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Purdue Baton Twirling Clinic at LJH Sunday

October 9, 2012
Purdue Baton Twirling Clinic at LJH Sunday

  10/10/12 Daphne’s Dolls and the Purdue Club of Marshall County are sponsoring the fifth annual Purdue Twirling Clinic.  The clinic is being held at Lincoln Jr. High on Sunday October 14th.  The clinic is from 1-3:30 with a performance from the Purdue Twirlers at 3:30.  The public is welcome to attend the performance...
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What Does Indiana Mean to You?

October 9, 2012
What Does Indiana Mean to You?

  10/10/12 State Senator Ryan Mishler a Republican from Bremen urges local fourth-grade students in his district to celebrate Indiana’s 196th birthday by entering the annual Statehood Day essay contest and answering the question, “What does Indiana mean to you?” before October 29. Local fourth-grade classrooms are also invited to attend Statehood Day celebrations...
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Ancilla College launches Creative Commerce free workshop series

October 9, 2012
Ancilla College launches Creative Commerce free workshop series

10/10/12  Ancilla College is proud to launch a new series of free public workshops on planning, funding, and building successful businesses in Northern Indiana.  Creative Commerce is a series of presentations and discussions for entrepreneurs and business professionals designed to bring together business veterans with new business owners and entrepreneurs. “I hope people will join us for the series...
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WALORSKI RAISES OVER $1.5 MILLION

October 9, 2012
WALORSKI RAISES OVER $1.5 MILLION

  10/10/12 Republican Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski (IN-02) today announced her campaign has raised over $1.5 million this election cycle.  Her campaign outraised their goal and will report over $415,000 to the Federal Election Commission for the third quarter, which ended on September 30th. “I am so grateful for the dedicated grassroots support network...
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Triton 4th Graders Visit Forks of the Wabash

October 9, 2012
Triton 4th Graders Visit Forks of the Wabash

  10/09/12 The 4th grade classes of Triton Elementary School visited the Forks of the Wabash in Huntington.  The students were able to travel back in time where early American settlers signed peace treaties with the Native Americans. They were able to visit the home of Chiefs’ LaFontaine and Richardville, and explore other historic buildings along...
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Plymouth Visioning Workshop – October 23 rd

October 8, 2012
Plymouth Visioning Workshop – October 23 rd

10/09/12 The City of Plymouth assisted by RATIO Architects, Inc. will hold a public workshop on Tuesday, October 23rdfrom 6:00pm-8:00pm to gather input for the update to the City’s 2003 Comprehensive Plan.  The workshop will take place at the Life Enrichment Center, 1305 W. Harrison St., Plymouth 46563. Residents, business owners, and anyone interested...
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Culver Park Board Seeks Proposals for New Fishing Pier with Benches

October 8, 2012
Culver Park Board Seeks Proposals for New Fishing Pier with Benches

  10/09/12 To have backs or not to have backs was the question of the night at the Culver Park Board Meeting on Wednesday October 3rd. The board voted unanimously to submit a Request for Proposal on the much talked about fishing pier Wednesday evening. The discussion again centered on specifics. How many benches...
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Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

October 8, 2012
Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Police

10/09/12  On Sunday, October 7th at 2:15 AM Officer Paul Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at South Michigan and Dickson Streets on 32 year old Carlos J. Santiago Cruz of Plymouth. During the investigation it was discovered that Mr. Cruz was operating a vehicle while intoxicated.   He was transported...
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ABSENTEE VOTING BEGINS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2012

October 8, 2012
ABSENTEE VOTING BEGINS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2012

  10/09/12 Absentee voting began on Monday for registered voters.  There are three methods of Absentee Voting. You may vote in person in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office at 211 West Madison Street, Plymouth from 8:00AM to 11:30AM and 12:30PM to 4:00PM for the upcoming General Election on November 6, 2012.  The office will...
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Lincoln’s Drive Smart for Riverside Interdemiate School on Saturday

October 8, 2012
Lincoln’s Drive Smart for Riverside Interdemiate School on Saturday

   10/09/12 Oliver Ford Lincoln and Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth are partnering this Saturday, October 13th from 9 a.m. till noon, for Lincoln’s Drive Smart For Your School event at Plymouth High School’s north parking lot. At this important event, members of the local Plymouth community can support Riverside Intermediate School simply by...
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