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WALORSKI: “A TRIP TO THE GAS STATION SHOULD NOT BREAK THE BANK”

July 13, 2013
WALORSKI: “A TRIP TO THE GAS STATION SHOULD NOT BREAK THE BANK”

    07/15/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski spoke on the House floor urging the President and Senate to take up two House-passed energy bills to safely open more offshore areas for the development of natural resources.  “The House passed two bills to address high energy prices, create jobs, and move our country toward energy independence,”...
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Lake Max Triathlon “Swim the Max, Bike the Max, Run the Max, Party at the Max”

July 13, 2013
Lake Max Triathlon “Swim the Max, Bike the Max, Run the Max, Party at the Max”

  07/15/13 Are you ready to Swim the Max, Ride the Max, Run the Max, Party at the Max?  The 2nd Annual 2013 Lake Max Triathlon hosted by the prestigious Culver Academies welcomes you to come and join beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee, in Culver.  On August 10, this USAT certified triathlon will hold a 400...
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Miller’s Offers Class on Hand-Crafted Greeting Cards

July 13, 2013
Miller’s Offers Class on Hand-Crafted Greeting Cards

  07/15/13 Helen Bick of C & H Crafts recently led a card making class at Miller’s Assisted Living Community in Plymouth.  Bick provides the supplies and each student walks out of the class with two hand-crafted greeting cards.  Residents and guests enjoy creating the cards as well as visiting and laughing together during...
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Marshall County 4-H Fair Opens Sunday Evening

July 12, 2013
Marshall County 4-H Fair Opens Sunday Evening

07/13/13  The Marshall County 4-H Fair will kick off this weekend on Sunday, July 14th at 5 p.m. with Circus City Amusements offering Family Night with $2 off a family book of ticket. The 4-H Fashion Review is at 5 in the arena followed by the Opening Ceremonies at 6:30 including recognition of 10...
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WALORSKI: “A TRIP TO THE GAS STATION SHOULD NOT BREAK THE BANK”

July 12, 2013
WALORSKI: “A TRIP TO THE GAS STATION SHOULD NOT BREAK THE BANK”

  07/13/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski spoke on the House floor urging the President and Senate to take up two House-passed energy bills to safely open more offshore areas for the development of natural resources.  “The House passed two bills to address high energy prices, create jobs, and move our country toward energy independence,” said...
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THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR REMINDS YOUNG HOOSIERS TO DRIVE SAFELY TO SUMMER JOBS

July 12, 2013
THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR REMINDS YOUNG HOOSIERS TO DRIVE SAFELY TO SUMMER JOBS

   07/13/13 Governor Mike Pence and the Indiana Department of Labor want all young Hoosiers to stay safe on the roads this summer. To remind everyone of the dangers of texting and driving, a video about texting and driving created by the governor’s daughter, Charlotte Pence, is now available on the Indiana Department of...
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Coats, Senate Republicans Call on President to Permanently Delay Obamacare for All Americans

July 12, 2013
Coats, Senate Republicans Call on President to Permanently Delay Obamacare for All Americans

    07/13/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday joined all 45 other Senate Republicans in sending a letter to President Obama urging him to permanently delay the implementation of the health care law for all Americans. After receiving concerns from the business community, the Obama administration announced last week that it will delay implementation...
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Banner year for banding peregrine falcon chicks

July 12, 2013
Banner year for banding peregrine falcon chicks

  07/13/13 DNR wildlife biologists recently completed banding efforts with a record number of peregrine falcon chicks that were hatched this spring at 15 successful nesting sites across Indiana. “As a species that is dependent on man-made structures in the lower Midwest, peregrine falcon numbers are at unprecedented levels due to the efforts of...
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School Board Sets Capacity Limits on Enrollment

July 11, 2013
School Board Sets Capacity Limits on Enrollment

  07/12/13 During a regular meeting on July 9, the Plymouth School Board heard the first reading of a revised transfer student policy. Superintendent Daniel Tyree told the Board that the 2013 Indiana state legislature changed laws concerning transfer students. He said, “Because of this, we will ask the Board to look at the...
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City & County Police Solve 9 Vehilce Thefts

July 11, 2013
City & County Police Solve 9 Vehilce Thefts

    07/12/13 During the month of June, Detective Sergeants Jim a Cox and Leo Mangus of the Plymouth Police Department along with Detectives Duane Culp and Jeff Snyder of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department have investigated nine vehicle thefts and numerous thefts from vehicles.  Working jointly the two agencies have filed paperwork with...
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