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Rockies Radio Auction 12 – 12:30

July 28, 2011
Rockies Radio Auction 12 – 12:30

12:00-12:30   1.)   Plymouth Rock 2 Rounds of Golf with Cart ($44.00) 2.)   Winning Edge Red Shirt large (25.00) 3.)   Indiana Beach for 4 ($160.00) 4.) Wrench General Oil Change for a Year ($125.00) 5.) Mancino’s sub/ pizza Marshall County Super Shopper ($34.00) 7.) Autographed Book By Paula Neidlinger 8.) 12 Silver Hawk Tickets...
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Rockies Radio Auction Big Board 12:30 – 1

July 28, 2011

1.)  Hot Air Balloon Ride ($400.00) 2.) Muhammad Ali Boxing Glove 3.) Colts Football 4.)  Milwaukee Bucks 2009-2010 autographed Basketball 5.) Oliver Ford Vacation Package ($3100.00) 6.) Adams Remco LexMark Copier ($8995.00) 7.) I Pad from Oliver Ford ($500.00) 8.) Hoosier Driving Academy ($395.00) 9.) Beef O’ Brady’s Wings for a year (460.00)
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Tyner Post Office on List for Possible Closure

July 28, 2011
Tyner Post Office on List for Possible Closure

07/29/11 Nearly 100 Indiana post offices are included in the US Postal Service’s list of facilities it will review as it looks to cut costs. The financially-troubled agency announced Tuesday that it will study more than 3,600 offices, branches and stations for possible closing. Some sites might be replaced by stores, libraries or government...
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Eli Lilly & Company’s Oncology on Canvas at SJRMC/Plymouth, Aug. 6-14

July 28, 2011
Eli Lilly & Company’s Oncology on Canvas at SJRMC/Plymouth, Aug. 6-14

07/29/11 Eli Lilly & Company’s Oncology on Canvas will be on display from Saturday, August 6 through Sunday, August 14 in the main lobby of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s Plymouth Campus. The free exhibit showcases the art from the 2010 Lilly Oncology on Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey art competition and exhibition....
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DONNELLY TO VOTE AGAINST REPUBLICAN DEBT LIMIT PROPOSAL

July 28, 2011
DONNELLY TO VOTE AGAINST REPUBLICAN DEBT LIMIT PROPOSAL

07/29/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement regarding S. 627, Speaker John Boehner’s plan for raising the debt limit. “The debate about raising our nation’s debt limit continues to be a mess because too many legislators won’t agree to anything unless they get everything they want.  Compromise and bipartisanship are the way...
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Charbonneau: A Summary of New Indiana Laws Now Available Online

July 28, 2011
Charbonneau: A Summary of New Indiana Laws Now Available Online

07/29/1  Hoosiers can now access a complete summary of the new laws approved during the 2011 legislative session at www.in.gov/Senator.Charbonneau, State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) said today. “At their convenience, taxpayers, educators, students, law enforcement officers and members of the legal profession can visit my website and access a comprehensive digest of new state...
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Big Weekend of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

July 28, 2011
Big Weekend of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

07/29/11 Friday, July 29th Plymouth Speedway presents $20 Car Load night!  Racing action for the night presented by Weaver Ag and Lawn Equipment will feature Outlaw Late Models, Late Models, Street Stocks, and Front Wheel Drives!  Special Guest, Indianapolis 500 Driver  Davey Hamilton, soon to be the voice of the IZOD Indy Car Series,...
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Culver Academies name Matt Thompson athletic director

July 28, 2011
Culver Academies name Matt Thompson athletic director

07/29/11    Matt Thompson has joined Culver Academies as the new Director of Athletics. Thompson comes to Culver from Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, Mass., where he spent four years as the associate athletic director, physical education teacher, and coach. Prior to his time at BCDS, he served as the athletic director,...
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Report from City Council Meeting

July 28, 2011
Report from City Council Meeting

07/29/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and the Common Council held short meetings on Monday night. Presiding over the meetings was Councilman Chuck Ripley in the absence of Mayor Mark Senter. Councilman Mike Delp thanked Fire Chief Andy Metsker for his department’s issuance of a tornado warning sirens late Saturday night...
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FIRST SIGN OF WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY REPORTED IN STATE

July 28, 2011
FIRST SIGN OF WEST NILE VIRUS ACTIVITY REPORTED IN STATE

07/29/11 The first signs of the West Nile virus activity in Indiana have been reported said State health officials. Both Allen and Hamilton counties have now had mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus. West Nile virus is commonly found throughout the state each summer and it is anticipated there will be an increase...
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