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I’ve Got A Secret” at Miller’s Senior Living

October 9, 2013
I’ve Got A Secret” at Miller’s Senior Living

  10/10/13 A popular activity at Miller’s Senior Living Community is the annual “I’ve Got A Secret” game show.  Taken from the popular 50’s TV game show residents are asked to volunteer to act as a contestant with a “secret”.  The panel of “celebrity” judges asks the yes or no questions and tries to...
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WALORSKI SUPPORTS LEGISLATION HONORING THE FAMILIES OF FALLEN SOLDIERS ACT

October 9, 2013
WALORSKI SUPPORTS LEGISLATION HONORING THE FAMILIES OF FALLEN SOLDIERS ACT

  10/10/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, released the following statement after House passage of H.J. Res. 91, the Honoring the Families of Fallen Soldiers Act:   “Our brave service-members and families selflessly devote their lives to the defense of our nation—in some cases making the ultimate sacrifice. ...
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River Park Square 3 Weeks Behind Schedule

October 8, 2013
River Park Square 3 Weeks Behind Schedule

10/09/13 The River Park Square project is about three weeks behind schedule according to Mike Reese from the Troyer Group.    He explained the some of the specialty items haven’t arrived on time causing the delay.  He also noted that the paving company, Phend and Brown has been jumping in and out of the...
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Free Dirt Giveaway at Jail Ends Saturday, Oct. 26

October 8, 2013
Free Dirt Giveaway at Jail Ends Saturday, Oct. 26

    10/09/13 Marshall County Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck reported the dirt giveaway from the jail property on Saturdays continues to be a success.  Citizens are able to have the free dirt on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the county has two employees to help get your trucks loaded.  The free...
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Armand Young Walks for Kindness Through Plymouth Again

October 8, 2013
Armand Young Walks for Kindness Through Plymouth Again

  10/09/13  Two-and-a- half years ago Armand Young walked through Plymouth on his way from San Diego to Ground Zero in New York City with a bamboo pole that had more than 200,000 signatures and a wish to help the world. This week, he is back in Plymouth on his way back to California...
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Burger King Benefit for Heminger House

October 8, 2013
Burger King Benefit for Heminger House

  10/9/13  A Royal Invitation has been sent out to the community to visit the Plymouth Burger King  located at 2021 North Michigan Street this Thursday.   A benefit night at Burger King will benefit the Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children.    On Thursday, October 10th from 4:00 p.m. till 7:00 p.m. plan...
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PHS Student, Hope Banghart, Riley Coin Toss Kid at Colts Game

October 8, 2013
PHS Student, Hope Banghart, Riley Coin Toss Kid at Colts Game

  10/09/13 In June 2012, PHS student Hope Banghart was diagnosed with a rare mutation of acute myeloid leukemia (AML).  Hope received chemotherapy treatments for three months and a bone marrow transplant from her sister Christine.   A straight A student, Hope was invited to join National Honor Society last year despite spending much...
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Ancilla Student Government attends National Conference

October 8, 2013
Ancilla Student Government attends National Conference

  10/09/13 Ancilla’s Student Government Association President, Vice-President, and Faculty advisor attended the 35th annual National Leadership Conference on Student Government in St. Louis, MO from October 3-6.    Amanda Amstutz, Student Body President, Desiree Narkawicz, Student Body Vice-President, and Jill Neidlinger, Faculty advisor spent four days interacting with students and Faculty from around...
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NIPSCO – Expect Similar Winter Heating Bills Compared to Last Year

October 8, 2013
NIPSCO – Expect Similar Winter Heating Bills Compared to Last Year

  10/09/13 NIPSCO Tuesday announced its forecast for heating bills this winter.  Assuming normal winter temperatures, projections indicate that bills will be approximately one percent higher than last winter’s bills, and they are expected to remain as some of the lowest bills in the last decade. Over the course of the five-month winter heating...
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Businesses Invited to Enter Scarecrows for Contest

October 8, 2013
Businesses Invited to Enter Scarecrows for Contest

  10/09/13  The Pilot News and WTCA have joined forces to present “The Best Scarecrow Contest” just in time for Fall and the Halloween tradition of Trick-or-Treat. Businesses in the Plymouth Community are invited to join the fun.  All you need to do is call us and let us know you want to participate. ...
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