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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

October 27, 2011
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOSTING FISH DINNER

10/28/11 The Plymouth Knights of Columbus Council 1975 will be hosting an all you can eat fish dinner on Friday, October 28th.  The dinner will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 901 E. Jefferson in Plymouth from 4pm to 7pm. Your $8.00 ticket will provide with an all you can eat...
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Tax Payments Due November 10th

October 27, 2011
Tax Payments Due November 10th

10/28/11 The November 10 deadline for paying property taxes is fast approaching. Marshall County Treasurer Deb VanDe Mark wants to inform residents of the office hours and alternate methods to pay. Payments made after the November 10 deadline are subject to penalties. Normal business hours are 8:00a.m. until 4:00 p.m. weekdays. However, the County...
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Ancilla, Rochester Public Library to Host ‘Lunch and Learn Seminar’

October 27, 2011
Ancilla, Rochester Public Library to Host ‘Lunch and Learn Seminar’

10/28/11 Ancilla College and the Rochester Public Library will host a Lunch and Learn Seminar entitled “The ABC’s of the College Admissions Process” on Thursday, November 3, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT at the Rochester Public Library in Rochester, IN. Those in attendance will learn the ins and outs of how to...
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Purdue Featured Twirlers Coming to Lincoln

October 27, 2011
Purdue Featured Twirlers Coming to Lincoln

10/28/11 On Sunday, October 30th Lincoln Jr. High School will be the site of a baton twirling clinic hosted by Daphne’s Dolls and Purdue University!  The public is welcome to come and watch a short performance by the Purdue Twirlers at 4:00 that day.  There will also be time after their performance for photos...
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Platelet Donors Vital to Patient Care

October 27, 2011
Platelet Donors Vital to Patient Care

10/28/11 “You’re golden.”  That’s what platelet donors hear most every time they come to help save a life through the American Red Cross. And that’s because these tiny gold-colored cells in blood are constantly needed by hospital patients with life-threatening illness or injury. “Platelet donors are highly valued by medical professionals and by hospital...
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Lap Robes Donated to Veterans at Miller’s

October 27, 2011
Lap Robes Donated to Veterans at Miller’s

10/28/11 There is a lovely, kind lady living in Churubusco, Indiana named Peggy Whitcomb.  The residents and staff of Miller’s Senior Living Community have never met her.  How do we know she is kind; you ask?  Because even in her ill-health she takes time to sew lap quilts for veterans.  The seven veterans living...
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Riverside Receives Grant for “Fuel Up to Play 60″

October 26, 2011
Riverside Receives Grant for “Fuel Up to Play 60″

10/27/11 Riverside Intermediate School has received grant funding from the Dairy and Nutrition Council of Indiana, Inc., to sponsor activities for the school’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program during the 2011-2012 school year. Fuel Up to Play 60 is a national program sponsored by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League...
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Chamber Hosts Mayor’s Debate

October 26, 2011
Chamber Hosts Mayor’s Debate

10/27/11 Ryan Jessen, President of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce was pleasantly surprised with the attendance at the Mayoral Debate held Wednesday evening at the Plymouth Public Library.  55 citizens took about an hour out of their event to listen to Mayor Mark Senter and Democratic challenger Jim Vinall answer ten pre-received questions. Mike...
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Car Struck by Train

October 26, 2011
Car Struck by Train

10/27/11 44 year old Brian Kabay of North Liberty is a lucky man.  Monday evening about 7:45 Kabay was traveling west of 1st Road east of Quince Road going through a curve to cross the railroad tracks.  As he was approaching the tracks he was checking both ways to make sure there were no...
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Not a Licensed Driver or Driving While Suspended?

October 26, 2011
Not a Licensed Driver or Driving While Suspended?

10/27/11 When you hear talk about hazardous driving conditions, most people think of poor weather driving conditions or road hazards.  There are other circumstances that create hazardous driving conditions.  They’re people that drive without ever having had a valid driver’s license or are such poor drivers they’ve had their license suspended or revoked. These...
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