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CHOOSE CHRISTMAS TREES WISELY TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE

November 28, 2011
CHOOSE CHRISTMAS TREES WISELY TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE

11/29/11 According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), while Christmas tree fires are not common, they are likely to be serious when they occur. About five percent of home Christmas tree fires result in death. The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office, a division of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, is encouraging everyone...
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STATE RELEASES 2010 MEDICAL ERRORS REPORT

November 28, 2011
STATE RELEASES 2010 MEDICAL ERRORS REPORT

11/29/11 The Indiana State Department of Health today released its Medical Error Report for 2010.  The annual report is based on the National Quality Forum’s 28 Serious Adverse Events.  The most reported event in 2010 was a stage three or four pressure ulcer acquired after admission to a hospital.  In four out of five...
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Miller’s Residents Experiment with Ceamics

November 28, 2011
Miller’s Residents Experiment with Ceamics

11/29/11 Jackie Owens of Mud Hut Ceramics directed residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community in Plymouth in painting and glazing a beautiful fall-leaf candy dish on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Karen Hart, owner of Mud Hut Ceramics began her traveling ceramic business while in Colorado.  Upon moving back to Indiana she brought her business with...
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October 2011 Indiana Unemployment Report

November 27, 2011
October 2011 Indiana Unemployment Report

11/28/11 More Hoosiers are rejoining the labor force, and the preliminary seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate moved slightly from 8.9 percent to 9.0 percent in October. The U.S. rate declined from 9.1 percent to 9.0 percent this month.   Indiana’s unemployment rate is equal to or lower than all of our neighboring states for the ninth...
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Police Arrest 3rd Suspected of Murder

November 27, 2011
Police Arrest 3rd Suspected of Murder

11/28/11 Tuesday, at approximately 7:06 p.m., officers from the Indiana State Police and Fulton County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call reporting a possible murder at 6832 West Olson Road in rural Rochester. The preliminary investigation revealed that the owners of a residence at 6832 West Olson Road arrived home from work, and...
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PHS Speech Results

November 26, 2011
PHS Speech Results

11/28/11 Plymouth High School Speech and Debate Team members traveled to two very different tournaments over the November 19 weekend. Competing in the national Glenbrook Tournament held in a suburb of Chicago were Pauline Dagaas, Olivia Hilliard, Kate Peters, Ellen Smith, Jason Pickell, Kyle Barry, Rebecca Brumbaugh, Patrick Felke, Michaila Nate and Kelsey Shaffer....
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Santa Arrives in Downtown Plymouth

November 26, 2011
Santa Arrives in Downtown Plymouth

11/28/11 With no snow on the ground for Santa and his reindeer to slide into downtown Plymouth on, the fire department saved the day by giving him a lift on the fire truck. Hundreds of parents and children had gathered in front of the City Center nearly an hour early to await his 5:30...
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WTCA and Plymouth FOP Prepare for Annual Radio Auction

November 26, 2011
WTCA and Plymouth FOP Prepare for Annual Radio Auction

11/28/11 With just about a week remaining until the 4th Annual Shop with a Cop Auction hosted by WTCA and sponsored by Plymouth FOP Lodge 195, auction items are beginning to fill the area set aside to store them. There are currently more than 350 items to be bid on. Vera Bradley bags, framed...
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Recycle Depot to Offer Document Shredding

November 26, 2011
Recycle Depot to Offer Document Shredding

11/28/11  The Recycle Depot is offering FREE (up to 100 pounds) confidential document shredding and recycling to all Marshall County residents and businesses. Additional documents may be shredded at $0.15 per pound. We urge residents to bring any documents with their name, address, account numbers or other personal information to be shredded. Examples include...
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Organization Day 2011: Key Issues Awaiting Indiana’s General Assembly

November 26, 2011
Organization Day 2011: Key Issues  Awaiting Indiana’s General Assembly

11/28/11 State Sen. Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) gathered with fellow lawmakers today at the Statehouse for “Organization Day” – the first official day of the 117th Indiana General Assembly’s short legislative session. Despite being a non-budgetary year, several important issues including job creation, economic development and education reforms will be prominent. “In the upcoming months, legislators...
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