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Walk A Mile in My Shoes …

April 23, 2012
Walk A Mile in My Shoes …

  04/24/12 Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness has partnered with the Marshall County Neighborhood Center to collect gently used shoes, athletic or other shoes, so children in our community can start the school year out with new shoes.  Any size shoe, adults or children’s is welcomed. The community may drop off shoes to the...
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“We the People” Meeting on Tuesday

April 23, 2012
“We the People” Meeting on Tuesday

    04/24/12 We the People Of Marshall and Fulton Counties will meet at 7 p.m. in the Plymouth Public Library on Tuesday, April 24th. Agenda for the meeting tentatively includes: Dan Sullivan a retired Secret Service members on the Presidential detail.  2nd Congressional candidates on the Republic ticket, Francis Ellert and Tim Harman are...
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DONNELLY SUPPORTS 20% TAX CUT FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

April 23, 2012
DONNELLY SUPPORTS 20% TAX CUT FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

  04/24/12 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly voted for the Small Business Tax Cut Act, H.R. 9, which would allow businesses with fewer than 500 employees to receive a tax deduction equal to 20% of their domestic business income. In Indiana, approximately 97% of businesses have fewer than 500 employees, and therefore would qualify for...
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Successful Blood Drive At Ancilla College

April 23, 2012
Successful Blood Drive At Ancilla College

  04/24/12 Ancilla College partnered with the American Red Cross to hold a blood drive on April 18 that passed their initial goal. According to Dianna Cooper, the Ancilla College staff member who coordinated the event, “The blood drive was once again a huge success. We had 47 people attend and ended up with...
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Child that Choked on Hot Dog at Day Care Still in Hospital

April 22, 2012
Child that Choked on Hot Dog at Day Care Still in Hospital

   04/23/12 The four-year old LaPaz boy the choked on a hotdog at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church Day Center the middle of last week is still in the hospital in South Bend. The child was eating lunch at the day care center and choked on a piece of hot dog about 11:30 Wednesday.  Plymouth...
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Railroad Work on Western Ave. Pending Board’s Approval

April 22, 2012
Railroad Work on Western Ave. Pending Board’s Approval

   04/23/12 Engineer for the City of Plymouth, Rick Gaul is warning of a proposed street closure. Pending the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety’s approval of Del Monte’s request to work in the right of way, on Monday, April 23rd, Western Avenue will be closed for nearly a week. The closure is needed...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center–Plymouth Named One of the Nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters

April 22, 2012
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center–Plymouth Named One of the Nation’s  100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters

     04/23/12 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center–Plymouth was named as one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of measurement in the healthcare industry. The top hospitals were announced in the April 16 edition of Modern Healthcare magazine. According to Thomson Reuters’ analysis of nearly 3,000 hospitals, the...
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2 Active Meth Labs Located in Vehicle During Traffic Stop, 3 Arrested

April 22, 2012
2 Active Meth Labs Located in Vehicle During Traffic Stop, 3 Arrested

04/23/12  On Thursday, April 19th at approximately 11:15 p.m. an officer from the Marshall County Police Department made a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling on US 31 near the intersection of 9A Road. The Plymouth Police Department was requested for the use of their K-9 dog Rex.  Rex and his partner Officer John...
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Update on Pickut Family Fundraiser at 1st United Methodist Church

April 22, 2012
Update on Pickut Family Fundraiser at 1st United Methodist Church

  04/23/12 A benefit planned for Matthew Pickut and his family has touched many people in the community. Pickut, associate pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Plymouth, continues to need specialized medical care. He first became ill in early February with what was later diagnosed as a severe septic strep infection. After...
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Ancilla Baseball Tornado Relief Trip

April 22, 2012
Ancilla Baseball Tornado Relief Trip

   04/23/12 Dylan Martin had just returned to his apartment from school when he and some of his fellow Ancilla College baseball teammates heard reports of bad storms heading for Indiana. Martin, who grew up in Borden, IN, near Henryville in southern Indiana, called home to check on his family. No one answered, so...
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