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Blizzard of Miracles: Today is DQ Miracle Treat Day

August 11, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Today, communities throughout the United States and Canada are sharing in some summer treats for a cause.

It’s the sixth annual Miracle Treat Day, and the local DQ Grill & Chill will give a percentage of its Blizzard sales to Riley Hospital for Children.

Plymouth led the fundraising efforts in 2010 by more than $15,000 over other DQs throughout the state. For more than a decade, the Plymouth DQ Grill & Chill has been leading efforts for Riley Hospital for Children over 299 DQs statewide.

Health department may add educator to staff

August 11, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Health Department may soon add another member to their staff.

Wes Burden, health department director, visited the county council meeting Monday to discuss hiring a part-time health educator. Burden said that the state of Indiana is pushing the health department to expand in ways that they don’t have the staff for or that their current staff is not trained on.

Commissioners give termination order for Starke Treasurer employees

August 11, 2011

KNOX — Starke County Commissioners gave the order to terminate all employees in the Starke County Treasurer's office in a public meeting, which was held this morning (Thursday, Aug. 11) and which took place after an emergency executive session of the commissioners.
The termination order was due to an unresolved issue in the 2009 audit by the State Board of Accounts of the Starke County Treasurer's office.
Starke County Commissioner President Dan Bridegroom read a release for members of the media and anyone else in attendance.

Davis leads as Ball State tops 100 in win over Quest

August 11, 2011

SQUAMISH, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — The Ball State men’s basketball team opened its foreign tour of Canada with an impressive 104-61 victory over Quest University in Squamish, British Columbia. The game was played with international basketball FIBA rules, including four 10-minute quarters.
Six different Cardinals scored in double figures in the victory, while all 11 Cardinals scored at least four points. The Cardinals scored 59 points in the second half as they hit 65.8 percent (25-of-38) from the field in the frame.

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