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Plymouth School Board to Meet Thursday

November 16, 2010
Plymouth School Board to Meet Thursday

11/17/10 The Plymouth Community School Board will meet Thursday, November 18th at 7 p.m. in the Administration Board Room.  The Agenda for the meeting includes the resignation of Joe Morris as PHS Girls Varsity Soccer coach effective October 17th and the resignation of Brian Hamman as PHS Girls JV Softball coach effective October 18th....
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Rep. Friend: Create Good Policy By Means of Good Government

November 16, 2010
Rep. Friend: Create Good Policy By Means of Good Government

10/11/17  Tuesday marked Organization Day where all 100 members of the House, including 19 new State Representatives, were sworn in by Chief Justice Shepard.  In what has been described as one of the most difficult legislative sessions to come, State Representative Bill Friend (R-Macy) and his fellow House Republicans regained control of the House....
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Holiday Open House at Earthworks

November 16, 2010
Holiday Open House at Earthworks

11/17/10 This weekend Earthworks in Donaldson will celebrate the holiday seasons with a special Open House.  Each holiday-decorated room in the Earthworks House will be filled with items for sale.  Shoppers will find rummage sale goodies that are recycled, polished, and ready for giving, as well as Earthworks breads, oils, jams and jellies, Christmas...
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‘GET SMART ABOUT ANTIBIOTICS’ SAYS HEALTH OFFICIALS

November 16, 2010
‘GET SMART ABOUT ANTIBIOTICS’ SAYS HEALTH OFFICIALS

11/17/10 State and local health officials have news for parents this cold and flu season: antibiotics don’t work for a cold or the flu. “Antibiotics kill bacteria, not viruses,” said State Health Commissioner Gregory N. Larkin, M.D.  “And colds, flu, and most sore throats are caused by viruses. Antibiotics don’t touch viruses – never...
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Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

November 16, 2010
Thanksgiving Holiday Patrols

11/17/10 The Indiana State Police will be stepping up patrols for the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday period.  Last year during the Thanksgiving holiday period, two people were killed in traffic crashes on Hoosier roadways.  In both cases, the victims were not wearing seatbelts and one fatality was alcohol related.  The current blitz will run through...
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Hoosier Tire & Rubber Donates AED to Fire Department

November 16, 2010
Hoosier Tire & Rubber Donates AED to Fire Department

11/17/10  John DeSalle, Vice President of Manufacturing at Hoosier Tire & Rubber in Plymouth recently presented a Lifepak 500 AED (automated external defibrillator) to Plymouth Fire Department Chief Andy Metsker.  The donation is part of Hoosier Tire & Rubber’s continuing efforts to be an active member of the community by supporting those who serve to...
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Unique Show at inSPIRATIVE Art Gallery

November 16, 2010
Unique Show at inSPIRATIVE Art Gallery

11/17/10 Plymouth’s own inSPIRATIVE Art Gallery held a unique art exhibit on Friday night. Gallery Director Angela Leed invited young and old to paint, draw, color or write on artwork that will be displayed to the public. Although the opening night was November 12, the project will continue through December 9. Leed chose the...
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Commissioners Approve Health Insurance Renewal & Trucks for Sheriff’s Department

November 15, 2010
Commissioners Approve Health Insurance Renewal & Trucks for Sheriff’s Department

11/16/10  It was a busy meeting for the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday.  A representative from the Healy Group gave an update on the health insurance renewal with Advantage.  When the commissioners signed with the Healy Group last year there was a clause in the agreement that the renewal increase wouldn’t be more that...
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12 Paid Holidays for County Employees in 2011

November 15, 2010
12 Paid Holidays for County Employees in 2011

11/16/10 The Marshall County Commissioners approve the 2011 Holiday Schedule during their meeting Monday morning.  Next year county employees will have twelve (12) paid holidays.  This is the same amount that they had for 2010. The commissioners have removed Columbus Day from the holiday schedule but did keep Primary Election Day and Election Day. ...
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Scrap metal Stolen from Vermillion Well Drilling

November 15, 2010
Scrap metal Stolen from Vermillion Well Drilling

11/16/10 On Monday, November 15 at approximately 9:40 a.m. Dennis Vermillion reported to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department that several items were stolen from his business at 20860 Lincoln Highway in Grovertown. Several of the items taken were scrap metal, including well drilling drill heads.  Each drill head weighs approximately 25 to 30 pounds. ...
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