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CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY: “NEVER AGAIN”

July 2, 2010
CONGRESSMAN DONNELLY: “NEVER AGAIN”

07/02/10 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly supported the Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act designed to hold Wall Street and big banks accountable while protecting consumers and investors.  The legislation, which is an agreement between the House and Senate on how to regulate our financial industry, includes amendments authored by Donnelly as a member...
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Subcontractor Receives Electric Shock at Soccer Field

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 A sub-contractor for Musco experienced an electric shock on Monday, June 28th while performing routine warranty work on pole lighting at the Kindt Soccerplex at Plymouth High School. The victim, Phil Stout was driven to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth by a co-worker.  He was treated and released for his minor...
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July Show at Heartland Artists Gallery

July 1, 2010
July Show at Heartland Artists Gallery

07/01/10 The Heartland Artists Gallery is pleased to present the Oil Paintings of their Featured Artist for the month of July, Joe Ruthrauff.  The show will run from June 30 to July 31. The Opening Reception will be held Friday, July 9, 6 – 8 pm.  It is open to the public and refreshments will be served!...
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City Passes Amendments to Garbage Ordinance

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council approved amendments to the City’s Garbage Ordinance on third and final reading.  Many changes have occurred since the city has gone to a private collection hauler thus the need for the amendments. The amendment ordinance includes several pertinent changes to the current ordinance that will affect customers. ...
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City Council Takes Action on Requests

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered three requests during their meeting Monday night. Board members denied the request of Kimberly Teutle to place a streetlight near the intersection of 7th Street and Beerenbrook Streets.  Councilman Mike Delp said he had driven by the location at 10:30 one evening and said,...
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Silent Auction to Benefit Art Council of Marshall County

July 1, 2010
Silent Auction to Benefit Art Council of Marshall County

07/01/10 Michael Burman, artist of the sculpted forms currently on exhibit at inSPIRATIVE gallery, shows his heart and soul through his creative works and by his acts of kindess. Burman has generously donated one of his items (see photo) to be sold in a silent auction throughout the exhibit. Any interested buyers may visit...
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Sen. Charbonneau: Dozens of new laws take effect July

July 1, 2010
Sen. Charbonneau: Dozens of new laws take effect July

07/01/10 Dozens of new laws are set to go into effect on July 1, ranging from cracking down on overdue child support to relieving overcrowded prisons, strengthening drunken driving penalties to protecting property rights, according to State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso). “Legislators achieved our top priorities by delaying $400 million in unemployment insurance premium...
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ted Way of Marshall County Announces 2010 Campaign Vice-Chair and Goal

July 1, 2010
ted Way of Marshall County Announces 2010 Campaign Vice-Chair and Goal

07/01/10 Melissa Owen, the 2010 Campaign Chair for the United Way of Marshall County is pleased to announce the appointment of Chad Dreibelbis as the Campaign Vice-Chair for 2010.  In announcing the appointment, Owen stated she was pleased that Chad accepted the position and was looking forward to working with him.  She commented further,...
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Kertsting’s Cycle Center donates to Starke United

July 1, 2010
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07/01/10 On Saturday, June 19th, Kersting’s Cycle Center, located four miles south of North Judson on Indiana Highway 39, held their annual Mint Fest Ride to benefit Starke United.  Proceeds from the event raised $2,000.00, even though the number of riders was down from a year ago.  “Bikers are the most generous group of...
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Half a World Away, Argos Grad Making a Difference

July 1, 2010
Half a World Away, Argos Grad Making a Difference

07/01/10 Heather Blanche didn’t have every young girl’s dream. The Argos High School and Ball State University graduate grew up in the American Midwest, but knew she wanted to serve somewhere else. With God’s leading, she decided to go help other young girls who weren’t even given the opportunity to have a dream. As...
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