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Santa Arrives at Argos Library

December 12, 2011
Santa Arrives at Argos Library

12/13/11 Santa arrived via fire engine at the Argos Public Library last Saturday.  Children received coloring books and crayons from the Friends of the Argos Public Library and gift bags from the Lions Club.  Santa’s helpers from the Argos Lions Club and Argos High School Students in Service included Front row:  Paul Stiver, Ryan...
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Marshall County REMC Announces Student Art Contest

December 12, 2011
Marshall County REMC Announces Student Art Contest

12/13/11Marshall County REMC is once again promoting the Electric Consumer Student Calendar Art Contest. Indiana’s young Picassos who wish to put paint to canvas and pencil or crayon to paper are encouraged to enter the 2013 Calendar Art Contest. Entries are currently being accepted.      Deadline for entries is March 23. The contest, in its 15th year,...
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Advance Tickets for Tony Stewart SOD Race Now Available

December 12, 2011
Advance Tickets for Tony Stewart SOD Race Now Available

12/13/11 Looking for that special gift for the Tony Stewart fan in your life? Consider a ticket to see the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion racing at Plymouth Speedway. Just in time to stuff the Christmas stockings, advance tickets went on sale Friday, Dec. 9. Visit ETIX.com to make your purchase. Stewart will take...
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Menominee Theme Night at Girls Varsity Game Tuesday

December 12, 2011
Menominee Theme Night at Girls Varsity Game Tuesday

12/13/11 Hey Menominee Families!  Show your pride and wear your Menominee gear to the girls’ home varsity basketball game on Tuesday, December 13th.  Come Support the Lady Pilgrims as they take on John Glenn Falcons.  Each student will receive a ticket the day of the game from their teacher.  With an adult, this ticket...
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Donnelly Calls on Congress to Pass Payroll Tax Cut Extension

December 12, 2011
Donnelly Calls on Congress to Pass Payroll Tax Cut Extension

12/13/11 Senate candidate Joe Donnelly spoke from a breakfast with working-class Hoosiers this morning to call for Congress to pass the payroll tax cut extension.  The payroll tax cut, which expires at the end of 2011, is worth more than $900 to the average Hoosier and more than 750,000 jobs in the American economy...
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342 Kids Shopping with Shop With A Cop and Emergency Services

December 11, 2011
342 Kids Shopping with Shop With A Cop and Emergency Services

12/12/11  The cafeteria at Plymouth High School was overflowing Saturday morning with policemen and women, firemen, EMTs, volunteers and 342 children and their families who had been picked to participate in the Shop With A Cop and Emergency Services event sponsored by Plymouth F.O.P. 195. Families began arriving at the school before 8 a.m....
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City Meetings Monday Evening

December 11, 2011
City Meetings Monday Evening

12/12/11 The City of Plymouth will hold its regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety.  Their agenda includes opening bids for the 2012 street materials and reports from department heads.  The City Engineer will ask the board to consider accepting the infrastructure improvements in the...
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Union North United School Board Narrows Field for Superintendent

December 11, 2011
Union North United School Board Narrows Field for Superintendent

12/12/11 After several weeks of reviewing resumes’ and interviewing potential candidates for the superintendent position, the Union-North United School Board has narrowed the field down to two candidates. The two candidates being considered are Greg Briles and Mitch Mawhorter. Board member David Grenert said they received several resumes’ from what he considered excellent candidates....
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MCEDC Offers Broadband to Bagels Series

December 9, 2011
MCEDC Offers Broadband to Bagels Series

12/12/11 A group of local technology companies have joined resources to construct an integrated high speed fiber and wireless solution servicing the Culver Academies and on to connect Culver Indiana. With its unique vendor neutral broadband cooperative at the core, The Midwest Network Cooperative’s contributing members established connectivity with a licensed wireless loop system...
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2 Awards Presented to City Wastewater Treatment Facility

December 9, 2011
2 Awards Presented to City Wastewater Treatment Facility

12/12/11 The City of Plymouth Wastewater Treatment Facility received two awards during the 75th Annual Conference of the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) held November 16-18, 2011 in Indianapolis.  The city received the Plant Safety Award and the Laboratory Excellence Award. The Safety Award is given only to those plants that have excellent safety records...
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