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College Go! Week Indiana at Argos Community Schools

September 22, 2011
College Go! Week Indiana at Argos Community Schools

09/23/11 Every fall, Learn More Indiana supports College GO! Week in schools across the state. In 2011 the campaign is kicking off September 26-30 with activities planned for all fall semester. This year College GO! Week will include activities for elementary school students and current college students, in addition to middle and high school students. The goal...
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Crash-N-Bash at Plymouth Speedway

September 22, 2011
Crash-N-Bash at Plymouth Speedway

09/23/11 Plymouth Speedway is set to run their Fall Crash and Bash this Saturday night on the 24th. On a night with a guaranteed purse of $8,500. The headlining demo derby will have sedans from the 1980s and later, which will pay $1,000 to the winner. There will also be a pair of figure...
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INDOT LaPorte District Plans Job Fair In Gary

September 22, 2011
INDOT LaPorte District Plans Job Fair In Gary

09/23/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation’s (INDOT) LaPorte District will conduct a Job Fair on Monday, September 26 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Gary Subdistrict office, 7601 Melton Road, Gary, IN 46403. INDOT is seeking CDL-licensed individuals for up to 47 full-time and seasonal positions for highway workers and snow plow...
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Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Focuses on Historial Chapel

September 22, 2011
Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Focuses on Historial Chapel

09/23/11 Sr. Roberta Christianson, PHJC, was on hand as presenter for Ancilla College’s first Lampen Lecture of the semester, entitled “History, Architecture, and Symbols of our 1920 Chapel.” In the presentation, Christianson focused on the historical background of the Ancilla Domini Chapel and examined the statues, stained glass windows, and wall paintings featured throughout...
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Margaret Hayden – 85 – from Plymouth

September 22, 2011
Margaret Hayden – 85 – from Plymouth

Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Starke County Police Pursuit Ends in Marshall County

September 21, 2011
Starke County Police Pursuit Ends in Marshall County

09/22/11 A police chase that began in Starke County Tuesday afternoon ended in Marshall County with the suspect’s vehicle being involved in an accident. About 4:15 p.m. (CST) a Starke County Detective received a call in regards to a possible intoxicated driver in a red Jeep leaving the area of 900 E and 300...
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Autopsy Results of Inmates Death

September 21, 2011
Autopsy Results of Inmates Death

09/22/11 The Marshall County Coroner’s Office reported late Wednesday afternoon that preliminary autopsy results from Tuesday indicated that Georgina Onofre, an inmate at the Marshall County Correctional Facility, died of natural causes early Monday morning. The autopsy was performed Tuesday by board certified forensic pathologist, Dr. Jos. Prahlow of South Bend. Coroner Bill Cleavenger...
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Troyer Group Presents Redevelopment with 5 Concepts of Downtown Park

September 21, 2011
Troyer Group Presents Redevelopment with 5 Concepts of Downtown Park

09/22/11 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission got their first look at design concepts for the proposed downtown park. Appearing before the Commission on Tuesday night was Michael Reese, landscape architect, of the Troyer Group ofMishawaka. Reese passed out five hand sketched concept drawings and asked for feedback on what parts of each drawing they preferred....
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Plymouth Police Reports

September 21, 2011
Plymouth Police Reports

09-22-2011 On Tuesday, September 20th at 1:49 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bob DeLee responded to the Plymouth Probation Department in response to giving a portable breathalyzer test to a subject.  Upon his arrival, 43 year old Deanna L. Trivett of Plymouth was taken into custody for public intoxication after failing the breathalyzer test.  She...
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Redevelopment Commission Updated on Oak Drive

September 21, 2011
Redevelopment Commission Updated on Oak Drive

09/22/11 There is still hope that the construction on Oak Drive between the two shopping areas could be finished before the Thanksgiving holiday season. Rick Gaul, city engineer, said, “We are trying to get out of there this year.” “We hope to have electricity in by the middle of the month.” Although contractually, the project...
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