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Coats to Obama: Rescind Contraceptive Rule Immediately

February 8, 2012
Coats to Obama: Rescind Contraceptive Rule Immediately

02/09/12 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Wednesday sent a letter to President Obama urging him to rescind his administration’s rule under the health care law requiring church-affiliated organizations, charities, hospitals and educational institutions to provide and pay for insurance coverage that includes contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs despite moral objections. In a letter to President Obama,...
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Stringfever quartet combines musical talent with snappy repartee in Valentine’s Day Concert at Academies’ Eppley Auditorium

February 8, 2012
Stringfever quartet combines musical talent with snappy repartee in Valentine’s Day Concert at Academies’ Eppley Auditorium

02/09/12 If you’re looking for an evening’s entertainment like you’ve never seen or heard before, then you will want to be part of the audience for the performance of Stringfever on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) on the campus of Culver Academies. The Broadbents – three brothers and a cousin – will be in concert...
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Plymouth Public Library SMS Alerts Service Description

February 8, 2012
Plymouth Public Library SMS Alerts Service Description

02/10/12 The Plymouth Public Library is offering a new service to their patrons. Short Message Service (SMS) Alerts service gives you the option to receive text messages from Plymouth Public Library on your mobile device. After you opt into SMS Alerts, Plymouth Public Library will send you text messages to bring an event to...
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Colts Football Staff Visit Riverside

February 8, 2012
Colts Football Staff Visit Riverside

02/09/12  Members of the Indianapolis Colts Football staff visited Riverside Intermediate School on Wednesday, February 8th, to hold three sessions of the Colts Fitness Camp for students.   Phil Andrews and Mike Prior worked with about 135 students and discussed the importance of taking pride in your work, eating healthy, and staying active for a...
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Ancilla Athletes Give Back to the Community

February 8, 2012
Ancilla Athletes Give Back to the Community

02/09/12 Ancilla College student-athletes work hard at their sport and in the classroom, but they also take time out to give back to the local community as well. Student-athletes from the Ancilla softball and volleyball programs were on hand as volunteers during the St. Michael’s School “A Night in Italy” fundraiser late last month....
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“Soup”er Bowl Supper at Miller’s

February 8, 2012
“Soup”er Bowl Supper at Miller’s

02/09/12 Residents and staff celebrated Super Bowl Sunday with a Soup and Sandwich buffet on Sunday evening February 5.  They were treated to four different flavors of soup and all the fixings for ham, turkey or Roast beef sandwiches.  There were also homemade desserts including football shaped cookies.  Super Bowl trivia placemats and napkins...
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Plymouth Park Board Approves 3-Year Contract with Blueberry Festival

February 7, 2012
Plymouth Park Board Approves 3-Year Contract with Blueberry Festival

02/08/12 Tuesday evening the Plymouth Park Board gave their blessings to Superintendent Mike Hite to submit applications for two grant opportunities.  Hite said the “Bikes Belong Grant” has a maximum value of $10,000.  The Bikes Belong Grant Program is aimed at providing funding to those who strive to improve bicycling in America through things...
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Plymouth Fire Chief Resigns, G. Cook to Serve as Interim

February 7, 2012
Plymouth Fire Chief Resigns, G. Cook to Serve as Interim

02/08/12 Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker has resigned to go into private business. In late February he will take a job with Gibson Insurance Corporation as a loss prevention consultant. Chief Metsker has nearly nine years as a full-time firefighter.  He was a 10 year volunteer prior to becoming a full-time firefighter.  He was...
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Berndt of Bremen Appointed Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

February 7, 2012
Berndt of Bremen Appointed Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

02/08/12 Tuesday afternoon Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, David R. Holmes, announced the appointment of Lynn Berndt, of Bremen, as Deputy Prosecuting Attorney effective February 6th.  Ms. Berndt is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the University of Michigan Law School, has served for the last seven years as a deputy in the St. Joseph...
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Tim Harman Files for State Representative

February 7, 2012
Tim Harman  Files for State Representative

   02/08/12 On Thursday, February 2nd, Tim Harman of Bremen officially filed to run for State Representative, District 17, in the upcoming Republican primary. District 17, comprised of all of Marshall and most of Fulton Counties, is an open seat for the 2012 election due to redistricting. Mr. Harman is a 38-year resident of...
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