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January 28th

Water meter change out ongoing

January 28, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The City of Plymouth Water Department will continue for the next few months going door-to-door replacing the outdated water meters. Generally, meter change out takes 30 minutes or less. If this presents an inconvenience, customers are encouraged to make an appointment for the meter change out at the city office in person or by calling 574-936-2124.

Fitness Forum Sports and Wellness at LifePlex offers activities to recognize Heart Health Month

January 28, 2011

PLYMOUTH —  Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at LifePlex in Plymouth is offering many events in recognition of Heart Health Month. Local cardiologist Dr.

Black History Month underscores role of African Americans in building blood supply

January 28, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS — Blood donors can honor the enormous contributions African Americans have made to modern-day blood services by coming to give blood this February during Black History Month. 

PIDCO talks downtown plans and elects officers

January 28, 2011

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation unveiled new officers and details on their emphasis for the coming year at their annual meeting at Christo's Banquet Center.

'Dancing with the Stars' event coming up

January 28, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Her career has been backstage at Plymouth High School, but she will be one of several taking center stage Saturday, Feb. 5 as part of the Neighborhood Center’s fundraiser “Dancing With the Stars” at Swan Lake Resort.
Jane Faulstich and her partner Patrick Pendexter will try to win the title by gaining your votes and contributions for the center. Faulstich — who teaches theatre at Plymouth High School — is drawing on her “vast” experience as a dancer for a good cause.

January 27th

Argos home burns

January 27, 2011

ARGOS — A fire ripped through a residence on Michigan Street in Argos Tuesday night.
Neighbors of Cynthia Salyers alerted her and her family to the fire in their home before Argos firemen were called to the scene about 8:16 p.m.
“The family was watching TV, and the neighbors alerted them to the fire,” said Argos Fire Chief Mark Dean. “It was in the attic and they had about 12 inches of insulation in there. They had no idea there was a fire.”
Dean said that the fire was mostly confined to the ceiling and the attic of the home.

Season of entertainment set for Encore

January 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — It’s a new year and that means a new lineup of entertainment from Encore Performing Arts.
It promises to be an exciting and groundbreaking year for Encore as they expand the successful “Dinner and Music” series to include two shows this year and also work in conjunction with two other local agencies to bring acts in for the first time as well as unveiling a new website for the organization.

Fees for plastic bags may become law

January 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Indiana could be joining other areas around the United States and the world if proposed legislation concerning charging for plastic bags in retail stores makes its way through the Indiana legislative process.
Representative Shelli VanDen Burgh of Crown Point (D-District 19) authored House Bill 1521 that was read on Jan. 20, and then referred to the Committee on Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development.
The summary of the bill reads as follows:

Governor Daniels visits area; big night for Elliotts

January 27, 2011

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels made a stop in Culver Wednesday evening, sampling the fare at the Corndance Cafe, and meeting and greeting people at the Culver-Oregon Davis basketball game (which Culver won 89 to 45). Besides Daniels' presence, it was a big night in Culver for the Elliott family. Young Trent, a player on the team, scored 33 points during the game, which dad Kyle Elliott coached. Across town at the same time, meanwhile, Kyle's father John Elliott was awarded Citizen of the Year by Culver's Lions Club for his generosity and caring in the community.

January 25th

Library program focuses on youngest readers

January 25, 2011

BOURBON — The Bourbon Public Library began a new program geared to promote reading at the earliest age. “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” is for children birth through preschool and anyone can read to the child, any book (even the same book repeatedly) or attend Story Time at the library Thursdays from 2 to 2:45 p.m.

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