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Brown Bag Lunch Monthly Series at M.C. Museum

February 8, 2014
Brown Bag Lunch Monthly Series at M.C. Museum

  02/10/14 The Marshall County Museum Brown Bag Lunch Series will kick-off with Lilly Endowment recipient, Anna Liechty, presenting an in-depth story of an historical figure from this area in the 1800’s known as “The Huckleberry Queen.” Call a friend and bring your sack lunch to the museum for the first of a 2-part...
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Jason Kennedy Sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment for Possession of Methamphetamine

February 7, 2014
Jason Kennedy Sentenced to Ten Years Imprisonment for Possession of Methamphetamine

  02/10/14 Jason Kennedy, 37, of Plymouth was sentenced on Thursday, February 6 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to 10 years imprisonment for possession of methamphetamine within 1000 feet of an elementary school, a Class B felony.  Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an agreement reached between Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman and...
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Thursday Evening Arrests by City Officers

February 7, 2014
Thursday Evening Arrests by City Officers

  02/10/14  On Thursday, February 6th at 11:22 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop on 26 year old William Z. Wright of Plymouth. After a brief investigation Mr. Wright was arrested for Driving While Suspended with a prior charge of the same offense. He was transported and lodged at the Marshall...
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TCU Supports Efforts at Riverside Intermediate School

February 7, 2014
TCU Supports Efforts at Riverside Intermediate School

  02/10/14 Riverside Intermediate School Principal, Jeni Hirschy is pleased to announce the continuation of Teachers Credit Union’s efforts to reward students and staff at her school.  Fifth and sixth graders at Riverside are asked to complete two Achieve3000 articles each week, completing the thought question and answering questions with a 75% accuracy is...
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Ancilla’s Student Govt. Assoc. hosts Red Cross Blood Drive

February 7, 2014
Ancilla’s Student Govt. Assoc. hosts Red Cross Blood Drive

  02/10/14 Ancilla’s Student Government Association hosted a blood drive through the American Red Cross on Tuesday, February 4th.. SGA Faculty Advisor, Jill Neidlinger, along with President Amanda Amstutz and many student volunteers helped prepare and organize the event. Students, faculty, and staff turned out to donate. 21 volunteers offered to donate and 17...
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January Temperatures Bring Higher than Projected Natural Gas Bills

February 7, 2014
January Temperatures Bring Higher than Projected Natural Gas Bills

    02/10/14 The average temperatures across northern Indiana during January were 39 percent colder than last year – 17 degrees versus 28 degrees in January 2013 –resulting in consumption for the average residential natural gas customer increasing by 34 percent compared to last year.   Given the extreme weather conditions, the average natural...
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Department Offers Free Online Filing for Hoosier Taxpayers

February 7, 2014
Department Offers Free Online Filing for Hoosier Taxpayers

  02/10/14 This tax season nearly 1 million Hoosier taxpayers will qualify to file their federal AND state taxes online for free through Indiana freefile (INfreefile). If a taxpayer has an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $58,000 or less during 2013, the Indiana Department of Revenue can offer her free federal and state tax...
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Girl Scout Cookie Weekend: February 7-8!

February 7, 2014
Girl Scout Cookie Weekend: February 7-8!

  02/07/14 Record-setting snow and cold hasn’t slowed down Girl Scouts on a mission to build business skills and gain financial knowledge. From cookie booths in local retail stores to visits throughout their neighborhoods, Girl Scouts in the community are selling everyone’s favorite cookies through March 11, 2014. To celebrate the biggest girl-led business...
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Culver gets Federal $ for Safe Routes to School Project

February 6, 2014
Culver gets Federal $ for Safe Routes to School Project

    02/07/14 The Town of Culver is excited to announce that it has been awarded $239,200 Federal Highway Administration TAP funds for a Safe Route To School Project this week.   The project boundaries are College Avenue and Academy Road between Lake Shore Drive and School Street. The project is to increase walk...
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Ancilla Faculty Named Certified Nurse Educator

February 6, 2014
Ancilla Faculty Named Certified Nurse Educator

  02/07/14 Ancilla College Nursing Program faculty member Patricia Bawcum has earned the designation Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) after meeting strict eligibility criteria and successfully completing a rigorous certification examination developed and administered by the National League for Nursing. Ms. Bawcum RN, MSN, CNE, is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Ancilla College. Bawcum...
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