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Mayor’s 1st Blood Drive of 2016 Very Successful Thanks to Donors

January 20, 2016
Mayor’s 1st Blood Drive of 2016 Very Successful Thanks to Donors

Mary Ankrapp, Blood Donor Recruitment Specialist with the Medical Foundation in South Bend thanked the citizens of Plymouth and Mayor Mark Senter for their generous commitment to improving the lives of those in need of blood products during last week blood donation drive.  Ankrapp said, “The Medical Foundation is reliant on the help from...
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2016 PHS Winter Prince/Princess Nominees

January 20, 2016
2016 PHS Winter Prince/Princess Nominees

Prince and Princess nominations were chosen during homeroom on Tuesday, January 12. All PHS students were given the option to nominate one prince candidate and one princess candidate from students in their class. Candidates were announced last Friday. Two prince/princess candidates from each 9, 10 and 11 grades were chosen. Official voting took place...
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Donnelly: Addressing Food Insecurity Will Help Children Reach Full Potential

January 20, 2016
Donnelly: Addressing Food Insecurity Will Help Children Reach Full Potential

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly helped pass bipartisan legislation Wednesday in the Senate Agriculture Committee that would reauthorize programs to provide nutritious meals and snacks to food insecure children – children who sometimes do not know where their next meal will come from – and offer more flexibility to schools. The Improving Child Nutrition...
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Indiana Bicentennial Book Reviewed at Miller’s “Remember When” Meeting

January 20, 2016
Indiana Bicentennial Book Reviewed at Miller’s “Remember When” Meeting

Miller’s Assisted Living residents had a special “in-house” guest speaker at their monthly “Remember When” activity.  The group met on Friday, January 15th for a review of the recently published official bicentennial book, Indiana at 200: A Celebration of the Hoosier State.  Shirley Morrow is the proud owner of this book and was anxious...
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County Building Department Stats

January 19, 2016
County Building Department Stats

Marshall County Building Inspector, Chuck DeWitt presented the commissioners with the 2015 statistics during their meeting on Monday. The report compares 2013, 14 and 15. In 2013 a total of 440 building permits were issued while the next year it was 520 and last year, 2015 it was 523.  Those permits were valued on...
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Culver Academies’ Riders to Perform at Fort Worth Rodeo

January 19, 2016
Culver Academies’ Riders to Perform at Fort Worth Rodeo

Seven students from Michiana will be among the 44 riders from Culver Academies performing this weekend (Jan. 22-23) at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo in Fort Worth, Texas. In addition to appearing in the opening ceremonies, Culver will be performing four times during the Jan. 22-23 weekend at the World’s Original Indoor Rodeo in...
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Mishawaka Teen Arrested for Marijuana

January 19, 2016
Mishawaka Teen Arrested for Marijuana

Marshall County Police arrested a Mishawaka teen Saturday January 16. At 11:34 p.m. Officer Brandon Cooper arrested 18 year old Raul Rodriguez for Possession of Marijuana following a traffic stop on Oakhill Avenue near Chester Street.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an affidavit of probable cause is merely...
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More Details on Fatal Semi Crash on US 6

January 19, 2016
More Details on Fatal Semi Crash on US 6

Marshall County Police released more details on the fatal semi crash on U.S. 6 Tuesday morning. At 9:32 a.m. the County Dispatch Center received a call about a crash involving two semis on U.S. 6 near Kenilworth Road. The initial investigation by Officer Jordan Rans indicated that the driver of east bound semi, 56...
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Indiana Tax Season Opens

January 19, 2016
Indiana Tax Season Opens

Tuesday, the Indiana Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) opened the 2016 individual income tax filing season and began processing individual income tax returns. Tax season will close April 18, 2016. The department encourages taxpayers to electronically file their tax returns. Advantages to filing electronically include faster refunds through e-filed returns are...
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Argos Man Killed Tuesday Morning in Fulton County Crash

January 19, 2016
Argos Man Killed Tuesday Morning in Fulton County Crash

Fulton County Police are investigating a Tuesday morning crash that killed an Argos man. 25 year old Andrew Overmyer was traveling south on Old U.S. Highway 31 in the 6,000 block when his vehicle left the roadway, hit a fence and a tree stump before hitting a tree and coming to rest on its...
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