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Harmony Marketing Group to Sponsor next Habitat House in Bourbon

March 30, 2015
Harmony Marketing Group to Sponsor next Habitat House in Bourbon

Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County has announced its next home will be built in Bourbon at the corner of Main Street and Shafer Road. This will be the seventeenth home constructed by the Marshall County affiliate. This home will have a major sponsor, Harmony Marketing Group (HMG) of Bourbon. Tim Harman, President of HMG,...
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Chances Now Available for Ancilla Ball Drop

March 30, 2015
Chances Now Available for Ancilla Ball Drop

Ancilla College is offering the public a chance to win up to $1,000 during their annual Golf Ball Drop. Eligible participants completing an entry form may purchase a golf ball for a $5 donation or a package of balls at various costs. Each purchase results in a numbered golf ball associated with the participant...
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Marshall County REMC to hold its 77th Annual Membership Meeting at Plymouth High School Auditorium

March 30, 2015
Marshall County REMC to hold its 77th Annual Membership Meeting at Plymouth High School Auditorium

Marshall County Rural Electric Membership Corporation will hold its 77th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 7th in the Plymouth High School Auditorium.  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for registration and the meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m.  All REMC members are urged to attend.  The Cooperative’s Annual Membership Meeting is the most important...
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PHS Speech & Debate Team 2nd at IHSFA Tournament

March 30, 2015
PHS Speech & Debate Team 2nd at IHSFA Tournament

The Plymouth High School Speech and Debate team will be returning from spring break with a well earned trophy for their Class AA second place win at the IHSFA (Indiana High School Forensic Association) State Tournament on March 28. PHS Head Speech Coach, David McKenzie, shared his pride in the perseverance of team members....
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3rd Annual PHS Smash Cancer Night scheduled for April 16th in Bremen

March 30, 2015
3rd Annual PHS Smash Cancer Night scheduled for April 16th in Bremen

The Plymouth High School Girls Tennis Team will be hosting the 3rd Annual Smash Cancer Night on Thursday, April 16th at 4:30 p.m.   This annual event has been held against the Bremen High School girl’s tennis team for the last three years. The Smash Cancer event honors those that have faced any type of...
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Walorski Supports Permanent Relief for Doctors, Medicare Patients

March 30, 2015
Walorski Supports Permanent Relief for Doctors, Medicare Patients

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02), last week voted for legislation that would permanently repeal the current formula that pays doctors who treat Medicare patients which has long been broken, and replaces it with a formula that returns stability to Medicare physician payments. The bill,H.R. 2 will resolve a long-running problem over how much doctors...
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2 Arrested Thursday Night by Plymouth Police

March 29, 2015
2 Arrested Thursday Night by Plymouth Police

Thursday evening local police agencies were notified of a possible impaired driver who was east bound on US 30 in a small black sports car with Illinois license plates. Plymouth Police and Marshall County officers were on the watch for the suspect vehicle. Plymouth Officer Paul Stamper was able to get behind the vehicle...
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Bremen PD Activity Report 3/20 – 3/26/15

March 29, 2015
Bremen PD Activity Report 3/20 – 3/26/15

Matt Hassell, Bremen Police Chief Released his department’s activity report for March 20 to the 26. Bremen Police officers issued a total of 46 traffic warnings, and 29 citations during the period. Officers from the Bremen Police Department responded to three property damage accidents during the time frame: March 21st at State Road 331...
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PHS to Offer New Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Courses /dual credit

March 29, 2015
PHS to Offer New Advanced Manufacturing & Logistics Courses /dual credit

By 2016, forecasts predict there will be over 11,000 middle skill advanced manufacturing and logistics job openings in Indiana. These are jobs that require more than a high school diploma, but less than a four-year degree.  However, middle skills doesn’t mean middle wage.  Advanced manufacturing and logistics jobs pay 40% and 30% higher than the state...
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BMV Announces Good Friday Holiday Hours

March 29, 2015
BMV Announces Good Friday Holiday Hours

Kent Abernathy, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced that all BMV license branches will be closed Friday, April 3 in observance of the Good Friday holiday.     All branches resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Saturday, April 4.
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