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Cartwright named to head new Ancilla Dance Team

October 29, 2015
Cartwright named to head new Ancilla Dance Team

DONALDSON, IN – Ancilla College is excited to welcome Mewsette Cartwright to the athletic staff and to announce the addition of a Co-ed Dance team for the 2016-17 school year.   Mewsette Cartwright has been dancing for over 20 years she began as a Contemporary dancer in 1994 and later fell in love with Ballroom...
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Plymouth Police Seek Info on Female Subject

October 29, 2015
Plymouth Police Seek Info on Female Subject

Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman is asking for the public’s help in identifying a female subject.  Security photos of the subject from Wal-Mart are posted on the WTCA website and Facebook page. The woman was driving a blue Jeep Liberty. If you have any information please call Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman at 574-936-2126...
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Donnelly & Walorski Comment on Grissom’s Future Despite Not Being Selected as Air Force Perferd Location for the Third KC-46A

October 29, 2015
Donnelly & Walorski Comment on Grissom’s Future Despite Not Being Selected as Air Force Perferd Location for the Third KC-46A

Washington, D.C. —After Grissom Air Reserve Base was not selected Thursday as the Air Force’s preferred location for the third KC-46A Main Operating Base, U.S. Senator Donnelly expressed optimism about the base’s future. He also invited Air Force Secretary Deborah L. James to visit Grissom ARB in the coming months. Donnelly said, “While I was...
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Pride of Plymouth Community Performance Tonight

October 29, 2015
Pride of Plymouth Community Performance Tonight

The “Pride of Plymouth” marching band is hosting a community performance in full uniform tonight to help them prepare for this Saturday’s Semi-State competition.  The performance will be at 8:30 p.m. near the football stadium at the band rehearsal tower. After the performance, the band hosts a “Flashlight Parade” in which the community lines the sidewalks holding flashlights or...
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Red Strings Quartet to perform at Lincoln MKX Event at Oliver Ford

October 29, 2015
Red Strings Quartet to perform at Lincoln MKX Event at Oliver Ford

The Plymouth High School Red Strings Quartet will perform inside the main showroom of Oliver Ford Lincoln from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. tonight during the unveiling of the all new redesigned 2016 Lincoln MKX. Plymouth Community School Corporation’s Orchestra Instructor Jodi Kallenberg will be on hand at Oliver Ford in Plymouth to direct...
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Time Change, “Fall Back” on Saturday Night

October 28, 2015
Time Change, “Fall Back” on Saturday Night

Whether you love it or hate it, it’s time for the semi-annual time change. If you don’t want to be late for church on Sunday you’d better turn your clocks back one hour on Halloween night. The official switch, part of the Daylight Saving Time program, takes place at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 1....
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TRICK-OR-TREAT in Marshall and Area Cities

October 28, 2015
TRICK-OR-TREAT  in Marshall and Area Cities

Halloween is this Saturday and the communities in Marshall County have all decided to have trick-or-treat on Saturday, October 31st.  Plymouth, Argos, Culver and Bremen will welcome little ghosts and goblins from 5 until 7 p.m. On Saturday, the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce will be having Downtown Trick or Treat from 1:00 p.m. until...
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Walorski Statement on Bipartisan Budget Act

October 28, 2015
Walorski Statement on Bipartisan Budget Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after voting against H.R.1314, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015:   “This budget deal was negotiated behind closed doors, excluded Members from the process and gave us a very short window in which to read and fully understand the ramifications of the policy changes in the bill....
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Donnelly Helps Senate Pass Extension Delaying Implementation of Positive Train Control

October 28, 2015
Donnelly Helps Senate Pass Extension Delaying Implementation of Positive Train Control

Washington D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Wednesday helped the Senate pass legislation that would extend the deadline for rail operators to implement positive train control (PTC) for three-to-five years. The bill passed the House and now heads to President Obama to be signed into law. The extension is for three years but also includes...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE FIRST INDIANA INFLUENZA DEATH OF 2015-16 SEASON

October 28, 2015
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE FIRST INDIANA INFLUENZA DEATH OF 2015-16 SEASON

INDIANAPOLIS—State health officials are reporting the first influenza-associated death in Indiana for the 2015-2016 flu season. No additional information about the patient will be released due to privacy laws. Although this death has occurred early in the flu season, state health officials report influenza, or flu, activity is currently minimal in both the state and...
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