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Amramp Offering Safe Path Threshold Ramps This Holiday Season

November 11, 2011
Amramp Offering Safe Path Threshold Ramps This Holiday Season

11/14/11 Amramp, a leading accessibility solutions provider, is helping improve access to homes this holiday season with Safe Path ramps, The Path to Sustainability! Safe Path ramps areADAcompliant allowing for access to raised surfaces into homes and businesses. Safe Path ramps are made of recycled tires, better alternative to concrete and are able to...
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DONNELLY STATEMENT ON VETERANS DAY

November 11, 2011
DONNELLY STATEMENT ON VETERANS DAY

11/11/11 Today, Congressman Joe Donnelly released the following statement to commemorate Veterans Day: “I commend the veterans from Indiana and across the United States on this Veterans Day. We owe them a debt of gratitude for their service to our country.  They put their lives on the line to defend our freedom, and there...
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4 Businesses Burglarized Tuesday Night

November 10, 2011
4 Businesses Burglarized Tuesday Night

11/11/11 Plymouth Police are investigating several break-ins that occurred between 9 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8 and early Wednesday, November 9th. At 1:14 a.m. Wednesday, November 9th Plymouth Officer Paul Stamper found that the front door at Symphony’s Restaurant had been shattered.  The restaurant is located at 1410 North Michigan Street. The unknown suspects...
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Plymouth Man Sentenced for Child Pornography

November 10, 2011
Plymouth Man Sentenced for Child Pornography

11/11/11 On Monday a Plymouth man was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to distributing child pornography. U.S. District Judge Robert Miller Jr.  also ordered Jack E. Smith Jr. to remain on supervised release for the rest of his life after he finishes serving his 151-month sentence. Smith also...
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Police Looking Out for Impaired, Unbelted Motorists

November 10, 2011
Police Looking Out for Impaired, Unbelted Motorists

11/11/11 Marshall County Police announced that they will increase their efforts to detect motorists who drive impaired or fail to wear a seat belt. Officers will join nearly 250 other law enforcement agencies across the state to conduct the annual Safe Family Travel campaign.  Beginning November 11th, police will be conducting high-visibility enforcement efforts...
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Plymouth Boys Basketball Red/White Scrimmage

November 10, 2011
Plymouth Boys Basketball Red/White Scrimmage

11/11/11 Tonight (Friday, November 11th), the Plymouth High School Boys Basketball Program will be hosting a few events that will be open to the public. The first event will take place from 3:45 – 5:30pm that day with the coaching staff conducting a practice. The original practice time of 3-5pm has been changed to...
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Plymouth Kiwanis Donate to Five Star

November 10, 2011
Plymouth Kiwanis Donate to Five Star

11/11/11 The Plymouth Kiwanis group answered the call to help Plymouth students to become a success.  The Kiwanians have made a donation of $500.00 to the Five Star program.   The Five Star program teaches five core values: respect, responsibility, courage, sacrifice, and integrity. The program is offered at Lincoln Junior high school in Plymouth...
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ACMC Meetig Saturday Morning

November 10, 2011
ACMC Meetig Saturday Morning

11/11/11  The November meeting of The Arts Council of Marshall County is this Saturday, November 12th  at 10:00 a.m. at Heartland Artists on North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.   Important items on the agenda included a discussion of a more effective website, grant applications, and the ongoing program of work.   All interested...
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National Cancer Institute Praises Kanzius Research

November 10, 2011
National Cancer Institute Praises Kanzius Research

11/11/11  In a move that will advance the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment closer to the FDA approval and the human clinical trials phase, the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation has awarded a grant totaling $182,725 to The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Dr. Steven Curley, lead researcher at the Curley/Kanzius Lab...
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Coats Votes to Rein in EPA’s Overreach

November 10, 2011
Coats Votes to Rein in EPA’s Overreach

11/11/11 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.)  Thursday voted for a resolution introduced by Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to block implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR), which is set to go into effect in January. Enacting CSAPR will require hundreds of coal-fired plants in 27 states, including Indiana, to retrofit...
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