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Third City Squard Car Totaled in Less than a Month

July 12, 2011
Third City Squard Car Totaled in Less than a Month

 07/13/11 In less than a month’s time the Plymouth Police officers have totaled three squad cars.  The third crash happened at 1:26 a.m. Tuesday morning at the intersection of US 30 and Oak Drive.  County Police Officer Phil Beam was the investigating officer and reported that Plymouth Officer Ryan Richie was driving a 2010...
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Charbonneau to Chair Illiana Expressway Study Committee

July 12, 2011
Charbonneau to Chair Illiana Expressway Study Committee

07/13/11 Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne) today appointed State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) as chair of the Illiana Expressway Proposal Review Committee. Charbonneau said the panel will continue to evaluate the Illiana Expressway project, a 55-mile superhighway that will connect northwest Indiana with northeast Illinois. Long also tapped Charbonneau to...
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City Council Keeps Pine Water Plant Improvements Moving

July 12, 2011
City Council Keeps Pine Water Plant Improvements Moving

07/13/11 On Monday night, the Plymouth Common Council showed their approval by unanimous vote for a resolution that could mean the expansion of the Pine Water Treatment Plant. Utilities Director Donnie Davidson presented the matter for consideration at previous meetings and had gained support from both the Plymouth Board of Public Works and the...
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4-H Drill Team Honors Armed Forces Members

July 12, 2011
4-H Drill Team Honors Armed Forces Members

07/13/11 As they have done since 2002, the Marshall County 4-H Drill Team presented a program to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces. The program was held this year on Sunday night as the 4-H Fair was getting set up. The team lead by Harry Eskridge has been using the opportunity...
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Small Business Counseling Offered at MCEDC

July 12, 2011
Small Business Counseling Offered at MCEDC

07/13/11 Individual Small Business Development Consolation services are offered monthly in Plymouth at the Marshall County Economic Development office on Pioneer Drive.  Entrepreneurs, potential entrepreneurs and business owners in Marshall County are encouraged to sign up for one on one business counseling with Alan Steele, Advisor with the North Central Small Business Development Center....
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Church Orchestra to Perform at 4-H Fair

July 12, 2011
Church Orchestra to Perform at 4-H Fair

07/13/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra and The Plymouth Youth Orchestra performed Sunday evening at the Culver Town Park.  The gentle breeze coming across the lake made it a pleasant evening to be outside enjoying beautiful music. The MCCO under the direction of Don Harness presented a variety of music including traditional hymns, Broadway...
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DONNELLY INTRODUCES E-SERV ACT

July 12, 2011
DONNELLY INTRODUCES E-SERV ACT

07/13/11 Monday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced the introduction of The Ensuring Servicemembers’ Electronic Records’ Viability (E-SERV) Act, H.R. 2470, which would improve the efficiency of the current electronic health record system for military personnel and veterans.  Created in April 2008 by Congress, the Interagency Program Office (IPO) coordinates the transition to and implementation of...
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American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

July 12, 2011
American Red Cross Urges Donations During Heart of Summer

07/13/11  America’s blood supply is an important piece of our country’s ability to respond to disasters. By donating blood, people can help prepare for the unexpected and help ensure blood is available when and where it’s needed. “Any disaster, man-made or natural, can result in people being injured and needing blood,” said Sharyn Whitman,...
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Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named 2011 Most Wired Hospital

July 11, 2011
Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Named 2011 Most Wired Hospital

07/12/11 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center has been recognized as one of the “Most Wired” hospitals in the nation according to the results of the 2011 Most Wired Survey released today in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine. The nation’s Most Wired hospitals are making progress towards greater health information technology...
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4-H Fair Honors 53 10-Year Members

July 11, 2011
4-H Fair Honors 53 10-Year Members

7/12/11 The Marshall County 4-H Fair in Argos officially opened at 6:30 Sunday afternoon with the recognition of the 10-Year members and the crowing of the 2011 4-H King and Queen in the Joe Gingerich Area. Herb Newman, President of the 4-H Council welcomed everyone and said, “It’s hot! It’s July, and there are...
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