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Air Force Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bakian Returns from Serving

January 13, 2012
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bakian Returns from Serving

01/16/12 Air Force Tech. Sgt. Samuel G. Bakian has returned to Joint Base Charleston after serving in Southwest Asia and Persian Gulf region in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Operation Enduring Freedom is the official name given to anti-terrorism military operations involving U.S. troops and allied coalition partners.  Active duty and reserve component members...
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NIPSCO Announces South Bend Area Members for 2012 Community Advisory Panel

January 13, 2012
NIPSCO Announces South Bend Area Members for 2012 Community Advisory Panel

 01/16/12 NIPSCO Friday announced the South Bend area members of its 2012 Community Advisory Panel (CAP) – a diverse group of 148 local leaders representing all of NIPSCO’s 30-county service area that contributes to the Company’s commitment to improve service and foster open dialogue with customers and communities.   The South Bend chapter is one...
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S.B. Riley Rolls over Argos Bowling

January 13, 2012

01/13/12 The Argos High School GirlsBowling Team lost to South Bend Riley Wednesday night 5-15.  Game one scores were: Abby Cohagan 110, Chelsea Bradley 89, Brittani Brown 57, Jamie Ewing 172 — high game, and Jina Ewing 166 Game two scores were: Abby Cohagan 128, Chelsea Bradley 86, Liz Hack 102, Jamie Ewing 160, Jina Ewing 178 —...
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Republican File for 2012 Election

January 12, 2012
Republican File for 2012 Election

01/13/12 The Marshall County Clerk’s Office was a busy place Wednesday morning as several Marshall County Republicans took advantage of the first day to fill their candidacy.  Many of those filing are seeking re-election to their office. William “Bill” Cleavenger was the first to file his paper work with the Clerk of the Courts. ...
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Tyree Explains Cost for Chinese Teacher

January 12, 2012
Tyree Explains Cost for Chinese Teacher

01/13/11 The Plymouth School Board held their re0organizational meeting this week and will retain the current officers for 2012: Melissa Christiansen, president; Todd Samuelson, vice-president; and Larry Holloway, secretary. Jeff Houin was retained as legal counsel. Superintendent Dan Tyree announced that they are changing some of the duties of the administration office staff. Tyree...
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Holzwart Resigns Festival Coordinator Position

January 12, 2012
Holzwart Resigns Festival Coordinator Position

01/13/12 Connie Holzwart, Festival Coordinator for the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, has submitted her resignation, effective January 27, 2012.  Connie has held the position for nearly six years and has said she feels “It is time to pursue other interests.” Connie lists just a few of her highlights as creation of “Hank” mascot costume,...
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City Police Arrest Plymouth Couple for Resisting

January 12, 2012
City Police Arrest Plymouth Couple for Resisting

01/13/12 Wednesday evening the Plymouth Police Department received a call from Wal-Mart advising that two subjects were in their store making a purchase of precursors.  The suspects left the parking lot and headed south on Oak Drive. Officer Shanna Gilmer attempted to made a traffic stop on the suspect’s vehicle at approximately 6 p.m....
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Harper Resigns from Election Board to Run for County Council

January 12, 2012
Harper Resigns from Election Board to Run for County Council

01/13/1 After serving on the Marshall County Election Board since the early 1990’s, Steve Harper is stepping down. Harper announced his resignation at the Election Board meeting on Thursday morning. Harper filed for a seat on the County Council on Wednesday and indicated that he felt his position on the Board could be viewed...
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INDOT’s LaPorte District Ready For Winter Storm

January 12, 2012
INDOT’s LaPorte District Ready For Winter Storm

01/13/12 Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)’s LaPorte District has every available snow plow on the roads or on standby in anticipation of the winter storm headed toward our area. Crews began pre-treating the roads with anti-icing materials Tuesday in anticipation of the snowfall. They will be working 12-hour shifts to keep the highways clear....
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY AND OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUE STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA

January 12, 2012
FORD MOTOR COMPANY AND OLIVER FORD LINCOLN CONTINUE STRONG COMMITMENT TO FFA

01/13/12 Today, Jennifer Houin announced that Oliver Ford Lincoln would join Ford Motor Company in its ongoing commitment to the National FFA (formerly known as the Future Farmers of America). Ford has committed to a fifteenth year of the Built Ford Tough – FFA collegiate scholarship program, which will award $1,000 scholarships to hundreds...
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