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Ancilla College SGA Hosts American Red Cross Blood Drive

April 16, 2015
Ancilla College SGA Hosts American Red Cross Blood Drive

DONALDSON – Ancilla’s Student Government Association will host a blood drive through the American Red Cross on Thursday, April 23rd. SGA Faculty Advisor, Jill Neidlinger, along with President Jacob Burgo and many student volunteers prepare and organize the event. Students, faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to come donate. The event is part...
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LJH Bands Earn Gold Rating at McCutcheon

April 16, 2015
LJH Bands Earn Gold Rating at McCutcheon

On Saturday, April 11th, the Lincoln Junior High Bands traveled to McCutcheon High School to compete in the Indiana State School Music Association Organizational Festival for junior high and middle school bands. Both of the Lincoln Junior High bands had outstanding performances and earned the top rating of a Gold Award. The 7th grade...
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County BZA Approves Special Use for Summers End Abate Party

April 16, 2015
County BZA Approves Special Use for Summers End Abate Party

Abate will live on to raise money for motorcycle awareness after Tuesday night’s Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals decision. The BZA heard Dan Perry and Richard Sommers’ request to hold the annual Summers End Party on Sommers’ property at the corner of Upas and 10B Roads the weekend of September 18, 19, and 20....
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Governor Pence Invites Hoosiers to Submit Photos for Indiana Bicentennial Book

April 16, 2015
Governor Pence Invites Hoosiers to Submit Photos for Indiana Bicentennial Book

Indianapolis – Governor Mike Pence is inviting amateur and professional photographers across Indiana to submit their favorite images of the state for possible inclusion in a coffee table book commemorating Indiana’s 200 years of statehood. The deadline to submit photos is May 15, 2015. “As Hoosiers, we all know Indiana is a special place,” Governor Pence said....
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Walorski Issues Statement on Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015

April 16, 2015
Walorski Issues Statement on Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015

WASHINGTON D.C. – Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) made the following statement after H.R. 1105, Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015, passed the House by a vote of 240-179: “For too long, the death tax has undermined small businesses and the life savings of farmers across Indiana and has become the number one reason why family-owned businesses...
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Open Practice Set for Saturday at Plymouth Speedway

April 16, 2015
Open Practice Set for Saturday at Plymouth Speedway

It’s time to test the new clay at Plymouth Speedway in an open practice this Saturday, April 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. All classes of race cars are welcome to practice: 600 Open Sprints, UMP Modifieds, Street Stocks, Thunder Stocks, and Cyber Stocks. Crews have been working hard to get the racing surface prepped for...
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Anhydrous Tanks Involved in Crash on 12th Road

April 16, 2015
Anhydrous Tanks Involved in Crash on 12th Road

Firefighters from the Plymouth Fire Department responded to a single vehicle accident on 12th Road between Rose and Tomahawk Trail Wednesday evening about 5 p.m. The accident involved a pick-up truck pulling two anhydrous tanks.  The driver, who had only been on the job for a few days told officials he ran off the...
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Mooney’s Ice Cream Being Fined for Sign in Violation

April 16, 2015
Mooney’s Ice Cream Being Fined for Sign in Violation

Last week the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals approved a variance for a new pole-sign at 309 East Jefferson Street.  Along with the variance was the requirement to immediately remove the current Ice Cream Parlor sign for Mooney’s that has been in violation.  The April 7th BZA meeting requested the sign be removed by...
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Operation Pull Over Blitz Results for Marshall County Police

April 16, 2015
Operation Pull Over Blitz Results for Marshall County Police

 During the month of March, eight officers with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department worked a total of 45 hours of extra patrol during Operation Pull Over Blitz.   These hours are above and beyond the regular duty hours already worked by the officers.   While working Operation Pull Over officers were focusing on aggressive and...
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Mayor’s Youth Council to Host 3rd Earth Day/Arbor Day Celebration on 25th

April 16, 2015
Mayor’s Youth Council to Host 3rd Earth Day/Arbor Day Celebration on 25th

As a continuation of a new tradition, the Mayor’s Youth Council of Plymouth will hold their third annual Earth Day / Arbor Day Celebration in River Park Square. The scheduled date for this clean-up event is April 25th, 2015 from 9am – 1pm. All Plymouth residents are invited to volunteer.  There are only a...
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