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Drive One for United Way Oct. 27th

October 17, 2012
Drive One for United Way Oct. 27th

  10/18/12 On Saturday, October 27th from 9a.m. till 1p.m.  Oliver Ford is hosting a Drive One for United Way in the north parking lot of Plymouth High School. This event is sponsored by Oliver Ford and Christian Edwards Authentic BBQ from Bremen. Every United Way board member has tickets for the BBQ.  The...
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AT&T EXPANDS MOBILE INTERNET NETWORK TO COUNTY COMMUNITIES

October 17, 2012
AT&T EXPANDS MOBILE INTERNET NETWORK TO COUNTY COMMUNITIES

10/18/12 AT&T Wednesday announced the expansion of its mobile Internet network in several Marshall, St. Joseph, Elkhart and Kosciusko County communities, extending access for advanced mobile services, devices and feature-rich audio and video content to customers in the area. With mobile Internet speeds, AT&T customers can surf the Web, download files faster, and enjoy the...
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Triton H.S. Art Club T-Shirts

October 17, 2012
Triton H.S. Art Club T-Shirts

  10/18/12 Hope Dormire and Tyra Fakes, members of Triton High School’s Art Club, display the t-shirt that art club members designed and printed for the 2012-2013 school year. This is an annual project for THS.
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PHS New Tech Students Work on Religious Tolerance Project & Consider Mix-It-Up-Day

October 16, 2012
PHS New Tech Students Work on Religious Tolerance Project & Consider Mix-It-Up-Day

  10/17/12 Students at Plymouth High School will be able to participate in “Mix-It-Up Day” on October 30th. Mix-It-Up Day is a national campaign launched by Teaching Tolerance a decade ago, Mix It Up at Lunch Day encourages students to identify, question and cross social boundaries. In a survey, students identified the cafeteria as...
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Donations Still Being Accepted for Plymouth New Tech High School

October 16, 2012
Donations Still Being Accepted for Plymouth New Tech High School

10/17/12 The Plymouth Schools launched a project based New Tech High School of Inquiry at the beginning of the school year. This first year, 102 students are enrolled. Plans are to add approximately 100 students each school year until the total enrollment reaches about 400. Currently the New Tech center is located in classrooms...
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Ancilla Offers Free Workshop on Starting a New Business

October 16, 2012
Ancilla Offers Free Workshop on Starting a New Business

  10/17/12 Ancilla will host a free workshop on starting a new business this Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 pm for Ancilla’s Creative Commerce series. “Things to Consider if You Are Thinking of Starting a New Business” will be led by Alan Steele, Business Advisor for the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center....
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County Police Investigate Minor Accident at 6 & 31 Saturday

October 16, 2012
County Police Investigate Minor Accident at 6 & 31 Saturday

  10/17/12  On Saturday, October 13th at 10:18 AM Patrolman Matt Brown with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to US 31 and US 6 on a two vehicle accident. Upon arriving it was advised by the driver of the 2012 KIA Forte 17 year old Nicole Keenan of Goshen that she was traveling...
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Local Dentist Office Free Dental Care this Saturday

October 16, 2012
Local Dentist Office Free Dental Care this Saturday

  10/17/12 Plymouth dentist, Dr. Chad Shaw of Family Dental Care, is offering free dental care to area residents who do not have dental insurance and can’t afford dental care. This is the third year in a row that Dr. Shaw, his staff and others have volunteered their time for Project Smiles. This year,...
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Mayor’s Blood Drives with S.B. Medical Foundation Nets 72 Units

October 16, 2012
Mayor’s Blood Drives with S.B. Medical Foundation Nets 72 Units

  10/17/12 Abby Stopczynsik from the South Bend Medical Foundation recently issued a summary to the three Mayor’s blood drives conducted during the Farmers’ Market this season.   The results of the drives show the May drive with 4 pre-signed donors and a total of 18 signed in with 2 deferrals and a total...
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DONNELLY JOINS COATS, LUGAR, AND INDIANA HOUSE MEMBERS TO URGE EPA TO REDESIGNATE CENTRAL INDIANA’S STATUS UNDER THE NATIONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS

October 16, 2012
DONNELLY JOINS COATS, LUGAR, AND INDIANA HOUSE MEMBERS TO URGE EPA TO REDESIGNATE CENTRAL INDIANA’S STATUS UNDER THE NATIONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS

  10/17/12 Tuesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly joined other members of the Indiana congressional delegation in sending a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requesting that the agency re-designate central Indiana’s status to indicate that the area meets all National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) criteria.  Currently, the EPA designates central Indiana as an...
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