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Mission Trip Fundraiser for Argos United Methodist Church

February 9, 2011
Mission Trip Fundraiser for Argos United Methodist Church

02/10/11  Members of the Argos United Methodist Church are holding a concert fundraiser this Saturday, February 12.  Money raised will be used to support a team traveling to Belize to build a medical building.  The trip will take place during spring break in March.  The doors of the Community Life Center located at 570 North...
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Plymouth Swears in New Patrolman

February 8, 2011
Plymouth Swears in New Patrolman

02/09/11  Jordan Rans, a 2003 graduate of Plymouth High School, was sworn in Monday morning as Plymouth Police Department’s newest officer by Clerk-Treasurer Toni Hutchings in the City Council Chambers.  Rans, a Plymouth resident, is also a 2007 graduate of Ball State University.  He started his law enforcement career as a jailer/dispatcher at the...
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Pill Drop on Feb. 19, Argos Senior Project

February 8, 2011
Pill Drop on Feb. 19, Argos Senior Project

02/09/11 Seniors at Argos High School are required to create and implement a “Senior Project” as part of their graduation requirements. Eric Stockman, Argos Class of 2011 has decided to have a Pill & Medical Drop on Saturday, February 19th.  The event will take place at Argos High School from 9 a.m. till noon....
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Charbonneau: Bill Establishing Interstate Mutual Aid Agreements Passes Senate, Now Moves to House

February 8, 2011
Charbonneau: Bill Establishing Interstate Mutual Aid Agreements Passes Senate, Now Moves to House

02/09/11 Senate lawmakers voted 48-0 today in support of a bill co-authored by State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) allowing Indiana to call upon and assist emergency response teams in neighboring states. “Recent winter storms provided examples of why it’s important for first responders to be able to provide backup to their counterparts in neighboring...
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LaVille Open House Feb. 10

February 8, 2011
LaVille Open House Feb. 10

02/09/11 Residents of the Union-North United School District interested in seeing the completed renovations to the LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School are encouraged to take a walk through the media center, auxiliary gymnasium, main office and front hallway during an open house planned for Thursday, February 10th from 6:30 to 7 p.m.  The school is...
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Public Input on Park’s 5-year Plan

February 8, 2011
Public Input on Park’s 5-year Plan

02/09/11  The second public meeting held by the Plymouth Park Board to hear wants and wishes for the new 5-year plan wasn’t any better attended than the first one late last year.  Local business owner and democratic mayoral candidate Tony Gamble presented a project he would like to see.  Gamble said, “I’m not here...
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Peters take First Place at Toastmasters Competition

February 8, 2011
Peters take First Place at Toastmasters Competition

02/09/11 The Wythougan Toastmasters club held the first part of the annual competition for the International Speech Contest on Friday, February 4th. Toastmaster member Charlie Houin was recognized with second place to the first place award recipient, Marianne Peters. Both members will proceed to the next level of the competition, the Area International Contest....
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Argos Bowlers Finish Season at Regionals

February 8, 2011

02/09/11 This areas High School Bowling Regional’s were held last Saturday in South Bend. Argos High School Freshman, Jamie Ewing had a 499 series and finished 18th in the girls’ tournament while Argos sophomore, Ben Krull shot a 576 series and finished tied for 16th in the boys’ tournament.  Neither one advanced to the...
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1st United Methodist Church Celebrates 175 Years

February 8, 2011
1st United Methodist Church Celebrates 175 Years

02/09/11  Although area residents pass by the Plymouth First United Methodist Church on North Michigan Street in Plymouth day after day, they probably aren’t aware of the rich history that goes with the building and congregations past and present. The church will observe its 175th anniversary this year.  After serving as a mission station...
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Hard Work Pays Off: Vote Centers in Indiana

February 8, 2011
Hard Work Pays Off: Vote Centers in Indiana

02/09/11 A bill to make Vote Centers in Indiana a reality passed yesterday in the Indiana House of Representatives. The legislation results from five years of hard work led by former Indiana Secretary of State, Representative Todd Rokita (IN). After tirelessly advocating for the importance of Vote Centers, Rokita and Indiana’s bipartisan local election...
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