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M.C. Veteran Service Officer Releases Additional Benefits for Air Force Veterans

June 18, 2015
M.C. Veteran Service Officer Releases Additional Benefits for Air Force Veterans

Marshall County Veteran Service Officer, Pam Schweizer-Betz released the following information from the Department of Veterans Affairs and said, “The first paragraph in this is very important.  We need to let our veterans know about this so they can apply.”  She continued, “They will want to have a Veteran Service Officer help them with...
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Ancilla College Hosts Seventh Annual ‘Tri Ancilla’ Sprint Triathlon

June 18, 2015

DONALDSON – The 7th annual Tri Ancilla event was held on Saturday, June 6th, under sunny skies and warm temperatures. A field of 50 participants including 47 individuals and 1 relay team of three converged upon Ancilla College and The Center at Donaldson for an exciting day of competition. Men and women, ranging in...
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INDIANA PREPARES TO IMPLEMENT SLOW DOWN TO GET AROUND LAW EFFECTIVE JULY 1

June 18, 2015
INDIANA PREPARES TO IMPLEMENT SLOW DOWN TO GET AROUND LAW EFFECTIVE JULY 1

In conjunction with its 20th annual statewide Trash Can Open gathering of more than 100 industry representatives, the Indiana Chapter of the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) Wednesday has kicked off efforts to  urge motorists to become familiar with and obey a new law that goes into effect on July 1 that requires drivers to...
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Farmers’ Market to Celebrate Fathers

June 18, 2015
Farmers’ Market to Celebrate Fathers

Celebrate Furthers’ Day at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market with old time country western music with John Bahler at 9 followed by a taekwondo demonstration with Master Castle at 9:30. Saint Joseph Regional Health Care will offer free health screenings from 8 until 11 and the Plymouth Optimist Club will serve a pancake breakfast from 7...
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Blueberry Queen Candidates Visit Residents at Miller’s Assisted Living

June 18, 2015
Blueberry Queen Candidates Visit Residents at Miller’s Assisted Living

Twenty-two lovely young ladies will vie for the crown of Miss Blueberry on Saturday evening, June 27th in the Argos High School Auditorium.  And while everyone is looking forward to that there is so much more that goes into getting ready for the pageant than simply putting on a long dress and walking out...
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Plymouth Lions Club Installs New Officers

June 18, 2015
Plymouth Lions Club Installs New Officers

The Plymouth Lions Club held their annual picnic Tuesday night for all members and their families.  Due to the inclement weather, the picnic was moved from the Lions Club Pavilion in Centennial Park to Christo’s Banquet Center.  This year the Lions Club was honored to award three scholarships to qualified high school students and...
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UPDATE – Many Roads in Northwest Indiana Remain Closed Due to Flooding

June 18, 2015
UPDATE – Many Roads in Northwest Indiana Remain Closed Due to Flooding

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is warning motorists that flooding continues to cause problems on several roads across Northwest Indiana. Many of the same closures from the past several days remain, as flood waters have yet to recede and rain continues to fall. In some areas, State Road 55 running through Lake and...
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Walorski & Donnelly Supports Repeal of Medical Device Tax

June 18, 2015
Walorski & Donnelly Supports Repeal of Medical Device Tax

WASHINGTON D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after the House passed legislation to repeal the Medical Device Tax. H.R. 160, the Protect Medical Innovation Act of 2015, which Walorski is an original co-sponsor, repeals the 2.3 percent tax on device sales, a significant funding mechanism for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly known as...
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National Weather Service Warns of Possible Severe Weather Today

June 18, 2015
National Weather Service Warns of Possible Severe Weather Today

The National Weather Service in Northern Indiana is advising of the potential for severe weather and brief heavy rain this afternoon and evening. Strong storms could bring damaging straight line winds as the primary threat if severe weather does occur. Some hail is also possible. Brief heavy rain is expected with these storms and...
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Redevelopment Commission to Pass Through

June 18, 2015
Redevelopment Commission to Pass Through

This week members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission made the determination to pass through $30 million dollars of assessed evaluation in TIF District One.  Each year the commission has to make the determination if they will pass through any assessed value from each of the city’s three TIF districts. In a special meeting, members...
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