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Fundraising for Morgan Uceny’s Parents to Travel to Olympics in London

July 12, 2012
Fundraising for Morgan Uceny’s Parents to Travel to Olympics in London

07/13/12 How much does it cost to attend the 2012 Summer Olympics in London?  It costs at least $10,000 for airfare, hotel and tickets to some of the Track & Field events. Brenda and Marty Uceny of Plymouth will be traveling to the Olympics in August to watch their daughter, and PHS graduate Morgan...
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Donnelly Raises Over $900,000 in 2nd Quarter and Has Nearly $1.4 Million On Hand

July 12, 2012
Donnelly Raises Over $900,000 in 2nd Quarter and Has Nearly $1.4 Million On Hand

   07/13/12 Thursday, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate announced that he raised $924,814.57 in the second quarter of 2012 and has $1,382,323.60 cash on hand. “Joe is honored to receive such strong support in his effort to be Indiana’s next U.S. Senator,” said Paul Tencher, campaign manager.  “He will continue to travel across...
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Visit the Greyhound, Listen to Dog Stories, and Non-Profits at Farmers’ Market Saturday

July 12, 2012
Visit the Greyhound, Listen to Dog Stories, and Non-Profits at Farmers’ Market Saturday

  07/13/12This Saturday, in addition to the freshest of the fresh produce and flowers, youngsters will have an opportunity to visit with Traveler, the greyhound, and listen to dog stories beginning at 9:30, He’s very excited. Not-for-Profit groups on hand will be Marshall County Foster Parents with information on their services. The Red Cross...
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Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

July 12, 2012
Leadership Marshall County is Accepting Applications for Class XVIII

  07/13/12 Leadership Marshall County is accepting applications for Class XVIII.  Applications are due on July 30, 2012. Leadership Marshall County is a nine month program designed to inform and support current and future leaders of Marshall County.  This program identifies, develops and inspires community leaders through education and skills development, involving sessions taught...
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Rita Lawson Memorial Science Fiction Collection Dedication

July 12, 2012
Rita Lawson Memorial Science Fiction Collection Dedication

  07/13/12 Culver-Union Township Public Library is privileged to hold the dedication ceremony of the Rita Lawson Science Fiction/Fantasy Collection at 2 pm on Saturday July 21,  in the in the upstairs lobby of the Library. Rita was the Treasurer of CUTPL’s Board of Directors, a former Culver schoolteacher and an avid science fiction...
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New Principal at LaVille Jr.-Sr. High

July 12, 2012
New Principal at LaVille Jr.-Sr. High

  07/12/12 New LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School Principal, Jeremy Tucker, isn’t wasting any time getting started on the goals he has set for himself and the school. Tucker replaces Chuck Phillips who was appointed Director of Operations for the Union-North United School Corporation. Tucker comes to LaVille from South Bend Washington High School where...
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School Board Aproves Bus Parking Lot at Webster School

July 12, 2012
School Board Aproves Bus Parking Lot at Webster School

  07/13/12 Traffic congestion at Webster Elementary School in Plymouth will likely be relieved with the completion of a bus parking lot at the school. During a school board meeting on July 10, architect Brent Martin presented drawings of the proposed parking area as well as reviewing bids that had been received on the...
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Miller’s Residents Hear Details of 1893 World’s Fair

July 12, 2012
Miller’s Residents Hear Details of 1893 World’s Fair

  07/13/12 Resident and guests of Miller’s Senior Living Community listened intently as Jennifer Harness of Plymouth shared her power point presentation title “Remnants of the White City”.  Harness is a first grade teacher at Argos Community Schools.  In 2010 she applied for and received a Lilly Teacher Creativity Grant from The Lilly Endowment. ...
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DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES HOUSE VETERANS’ COMMITTEE

July 12, 2012
DONNELLY BILL TO NOTIFY VETERANS OF VA DATA BREACH IN TIMELY MANNER PASSES HOUSE VETERANS’ COMMITTEE

  07/13/12 Wednesday, Congressman Joe Donnelly’s bill, The Veterans Data Breach Timely Notification Act, H.R. 3730, passed the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs as an amendment to H.R. 5948, The Veterans Fiduciary Reform Act. On June 27, 2012, Donnelly’s bill passed the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee by voice vote. “In the unfortunate event of...
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Update—-Plymouth Woman Missing has been found, Doing Fine!

July 12, 2012
Update—-Plymouth Woman Missing has been found, Doing Fine!

  Plymouth police are seeking the assistance of the community in locating an elderly woman who walked away from her home last night. 79 year old Ruth Martin walked away from the Fifth Street home in Plymouth sometime last night. Martin is described as being 5 feet tall, slender build, wears glasses, and has...
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