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Dr. May from Ancilla will Speak to Chamber and Community

February 17, 2011
Dr. May from Ancilla will Speak to Chamber and Community

02/18/11 Because of a conflict the Chamber’s seminar on “The need for a Trained Workforce for the Jobs of Tomorrow” has been moved to next month. During the Community Conversation on Economic Development held in November 2010, participants identified the need for a longer-term focus on the connection between education and economic development and...
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People to People Fundraiser at Jimmy John’s

February 17, 2011
People to People Fundraiser at Jimmy John’s

02/18/11 This summer Plymouth High School junior Pricilla Hammonds will be participating in the People to People Student Ambassador program.  She will be traveling to Japan and visiting Tokyo, Kyoto, and Hiroshima for 14 days.  Pricilla will be with a delegation of 39 other students from northern Indiana. The opportunity does come with a...
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Ancilla College Participates in High Impact Learning Practices Conference

February 17, 2011
Ancilla College Participates in High Impact Learning Practices Conference

02/18/11 An Ancilla College team of faculty and staff members, led by Dean of Academic & Student Services Joanna Blount, participated in a working conference on High Impact Practices, sponsored by the Independent Colleges of Indiana, on February 9th in Indianapolis.  Other members of the Ancilla team included: Kristin Korcha, Roba Kribs, Gene Reese,...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy Humane Society Luncheon

February 17, 2011
Miller’s Residents Enjoy Humane Society Luncheon

02/18/11  Residents and guests of Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth attended the annual Marshall County Humane Society baked potato and salad bar on Wednesday.  The Miller’s facility declares each February as their “pennies For Paws” month.  They encourage all residents, staff and guests to deposit their loose change in a collection jar.  They...
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New Pastor at Sunrise Chapel

February 17, 2011
New Pastor at Sunrise Chapel

02/18/11 Plymouth’s Sunrise Chapel is happy to announce that Dr. Mark D. Allen of Mishawaka has been approved as the new Pastor.          Pastor Mark is presently a candidate for the Doctor of Philosophy in Theology at the University of Notre Dame.  He is majoring in Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism with a minor in...
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Valentine’s Day Winner at Miller’s

February 17, 2011
Valentine’s Day Winner at Miller’s

02/18/11  Mary Probst was the winner of the “Guess How Many Candy Conversations Hearts Are In The Jar” contest recently held at Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth.  All residents, staff and guests were encouraged to participate during the first few weeks of February.  The winner was announced Monday evening, February 14 at the...
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Marshall County Ranked 8th in State for Meth Labs Seized

February 16, 2011
Marshall County Ranked 8th in State for Meth Labs Seized

02/17/11 The Indiana State Police Methamphetamine Suppression Section has completed compilation of statistical information for the year 2010, related to methamphetamine laboratories in Indiana.  2010 was a record breaking year for all categories of meth related activities. Locally Kosciusko County had 85 and ranked 2nd for meth labs in the state.  They were followed...
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Census Numbers Cause City to Increase Council Seats

February 16, 2011
Census Numbers Cause City to Increase Council Seats

02/17/11 The number of seats on the Plymouth Common Council will have to be increased by the year 2016.  Indiana ordinances require that cities over 10,000 in population must have a Council of seven members as opposed to the five members that make up the Council currently. The final census tally lists Plymouth as...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on School Food Program

February 16, 2011
Plymouth School Board Updated on School Food Program

02/17/11 On Tuesday night, tie Plymouth School Board heard an report on the school corporation’s food service. Gloria Burnam, director of food service, presented an overview of the number of meals being served as well as mandates that will have to be incorporated into the food service with the passing of the Healthy, Hunger-Free...
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DONNELLY GIVES FLOOR SPEECH OPPOSING PROPOSED CUTS TO PELL GRANTS

February 16, 2011
DONNELLY GIVES FLOOR SPEECH OPPOSING PROPOSED CUTS TO PELL GRANTS

02/17/11 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly gave a speech on the House floor opposing proposed cuts to Pell Grants in H.R. 1.   Donnelly outlined the importance of these need-based grants to potential students in Indiana’s Second Congressional District as a way to access higher education and therefore better compete in today’s economy. “This bill threatens...
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