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Texas-Based Transportation Equipment Supplier Chooses Pulaski County for Midwest Hub

February 10, 2014
Texas-Based Transportation Equipment Supplier Chooses Pulaski County for Midwest Hub

  02/11/14  WINAMAC – Antares Trailer, LLC, a supplier of flatbed trailer and intermodal chassis equipment, announced plans Monday to locate its Midwest hub in Winamac, creating up to 42 new jobs by 2017. The Houston, Texas-based company will lease, renovate and equip a 50,000 square-foot building in Winamac. The facility, which will be...
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Automotive Supplier Expanding in Northeast Indiana

February 10, 2014
Automotive Supplier Expanding in Northeast Indiana

  02/11/14 PIERCETON– Shiloh Die Cast Midwest, a supplier of lightweighting, noise and vibration solutions, announced plans Monday to expand two of its Indiana locations, creating approximately 145 new jobs by 2018. “Indiana is perfectly positioned to help companies like Shiloh reach their full growth potential,” said Governor Mike Pence. “As a state that...
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City Officers Make Arrests

February 10, 2014
City Officers Make Arrests

  02/11/14  On Thursday, February 6th at approximately 10:00 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite responded to Wal-Mart in reference to two males shoplifters that were heading out of the store.  Arriving at the store, officers located one male who was attempting to walk out of the store with merchandise in his pockets that...
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DEADLINE FOR PURCHASING BANQUET TICKETS IS SATURDAY 2-15-14!

February 10, 2014
DEADLINE FOR PURCHASING BANQUET TICKETS IS SATURDAY 2-15-14!

  02/11/14 Potawatomi Park will hold its Annual Banquet at the Back Forty Banquet Hall in Bourbon on Saturday February 22nd.  Doors will open at 6PM with musical entertainment by Robert Hudson. A catered dinner will follow at 7PM. The evening’s festivities include a silent auction, an update on what has been happening at the...
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Roose withdraws from Commissioners race

February 10, 2014
Roose withdraws from Commissioners race

  02/11/14  Saying that the bottom line on his decision is his belief in term limits, Marshall County Commissioner Jack Roose told WTCA News that he will not seek re-election to his current seat as Commissioner from Marshall County District One. “After much prayerful consideration I have decided to withdraw from the race for...
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Teachers Credit Union Announces Annual Student-Athlete Award Winners

February 10, 2014
Teachers Credit Union Announces Annual Student-Athlete Award Winners

02/11/14 February 10, 2014 – Teachers Credit Union (TCU) announced today that it has awarded two student-athletes with the annual W.B. Hawkins Award for excellence in academics and athletics. The winners of the 2014 W.B. Hawkins Award are Sara Ann Slabaugh of Bremen High School in Bremen, Indiana, and Blake Hurford of Oregon-Davis High...
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Extreme Weight Loss Looking for Contestants

February 10, 2014
Extreme Weight Loss Looking for Contestants

  02/11/14 If you want to undergo a physical transformation and star in your own TV show this may be for you. In a unique, non-competitive show about weight loss, “Extreme Weight Loss” documents the amazing makeover of courageous, obese people who, in an unprecedented 365 days, set out to safely lose half of...
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Museum of Science & Industry offers FREE admission for Children in February

February 10, 2014
Museum of Science & Industry offers FREE admission for Children in February

  02/11/14 The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, is offering free Museum entry for kids, ages 3-11, throughout February. The Museum has14 acres of interactive exhibits and shows such as a 40-foot tornado, a fiery chemistry demonstration, exploring a WWII submarine and the museum’s newest temporary exhibit, Treasures of the Walt Disney...
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Plymouth Band Advances Numerous Students to State Finals

February 9, 2014
Plymouth Band Advances Numerous Students to State Finals

  02/10/14 On Saturday, February 8th, the Plymouth High School band students competed in the annual Indiana State School Music Association’s Solo and Ensemble competition.  Despite losing numerous rehearsal days to unplanned snow cancellations, the band members continued to work on their performances at home to prepare for this event.   Plymouth High School...
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City Meetings Monday Night

February 9, 2014
City Meetings Monday Night

  02/10/14 City Council members will meet Monday evening beginning at 6 for their regular meetings. The Board of Public Works and Safety will open quotes for Motor Vehicle Highway, a Wastewater Department truck, a truck for the Water Department, and for three cars for the Police Department.  Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson will discuss...
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