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TV Star Visits Country Auto

March 2, 2016
TV Star Visits Country Auto

Employees at Country Auto in Plymouth had an old TV star stop by for some service this week. Salesmen Dan Winkle and Jeff Odell thought a man asking for the service department looked familiar and when then found out his name, Larry Wilcox they used Google to figure out who he was.  If that...
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Ancilla Ads 5 New Associate Degrees

March 2, 2016
Ancilla Ads 5 New Associate Degrees

The Ancilla College Board of Trustees has approved five new associate degree programs. The college says the additions are another step in its growth and represent more options and opportunities for students. Students can now earn degrees in Culinary Arts, Hospitality & Tourism, Religious Studies, Sports Management and Theology. The additions mean Ancilla now offers...
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Ancilla Offers use of iStan to Health Community

March 2, 2016
Ancilla Offers use of iStan to Health Community

Padraig Marshall, Ancilla College’s new simulation technician, was an LPN medic for a combat unit of the U.S. Army. Marshall now runs Ancilla College’s, iStan, patient simulator. Considered to be the most advanced wireless patient simulator available, iStan helps nursing students at the two-year, private college complete patient care scenarios with no risk, said...
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Bicentennial Note:

March 2, 2016
Bicentennial Note:

On this day, March 2nd 1933, the Indiana General Assembly adopted the cardinal as the official state bird of the State of Indiana. Also known as the redbird, the cardinal is the state bird of seven states: Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. The bright red males are easily spotted,...
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Plymouth School Board Approves PATH to LJH Health Curriculum

March 2, 2016
Plymouth School Board Approves PATH to LJH Health Curriculum

A proposal to add ten days of a new curriculum at Lincoln Junior High in Plymouth was tabled by the school board last month to allow Principal Reid Gault to consider other alternatives. Gault is seeking approval to add PATH (Positive Approach to Teen Health) to the curriculum. The proposed classes would be taught...
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PLYMOUTH HOUSING PROJECT DENIED FUNDING

March 1, 2016
PLYMOUTH HOUSING PROJECT DENIED FUNDING

On Friday, February 26th, Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann announced the state is awarding more than $14.3 million in rental housing tax credits to 18 multi-family housing developments throughout Indiana. Project activities include new construction, rehabilitation, adaptive reuse (conversion of existing structures), and the preservation of historic buildings funded through the Internal Revenue Service Section 42 Rental...
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Rural Rochester Man Arrested for Meth Lab

March 1, 2016
Rural Rochester Man Arrested for Meth Lab

Rochester – Monday night at approximately 9:00 p.m., an illegal narcotics investigation by officers from the CLEAN Team resulted in the arrest of Donald Creviston to face felony charges for manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a drug lab, neglect of a dependent (two counts), and maintaining a common nuisance. The investigation led officers...
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Raising Funds for a Bison-tennial Art Project in Marshall County

March 1, 2016
Raising Funds for a Bison-tennial Art Project in Marshall County

Indiana Association of United Ways (IaUW) has been coordinating the Bison-tennial Public Art Project. This legacy project will help celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday by decorating and displaying 5-foot-tall fiberglass bison with an end goal of at least one – if not a herd – of bison on display in each of Indiana’s 92 counties....
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County Police Seek Assistance in Locating Wanted Persons

March 1, 2016
County Police Seek Assistance in Locating Wanted Persons

The Marshall County Sheriff is seeking the public’s assistance in locating several individuals….. Derek Alan Singleton from Bourbon is wanted for four charges of Neglect of a Dependent with two of them being for dealing with a child present or bodily injury.  Singleton also has a warrant for failure to appear on a probation...
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Empowering Workforce Development

March 1, 2016
Empowering Workforce Development

Despite Indiana’s peak levels of employment, across the state there are nearly 330,000 people who are either unemployed or not participating in the workforce. Senate Bill 301 is a strategic step toward developing a demand-driven workforce system in Indiana. State Senator Randy head said, “SB 301 would help career and technical training providers tailor their...
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