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Archive for January, 2014

Donnelly Welcomes Five-Year Farm Bill Compromise

January 28, 2014
Donnelly Welcomes Five-Year Farm Bill Compromise

  01/29/14 Senator Joe Donnelly Tuesday welcomed the House-Senate compromise on a five-year farm bill, highlighting the importance of giving the Hoosier ag community the certainty it deserves. “Finally, after years of negotiations, we have a farm bill,” said Donnelly.  “While the bill is not perfect, it represents a bipartisan agreement that will give...
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Whats Your Opinion Show 1-17-14

January 28, 2014


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Whats Your Opinion 1-27-14

January 28, 2014


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City Commits $750,000 to Tennis Court Project

January 27, 2014

01/28/14 Members of the Tennis Committee, Sarah Guild Smith, Betsy Gee Biederstede and Dawn Edwards Everidge presented information on a news tennis complex during Monday evening’s Common Council meeting.  Their hour long presentation and question and answer period ended on a positive note as the Council unanimously approved a resolution in support of future...
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FILING DEADLINE NEARING

January 27, 2014
FILING DEADLINE NEARING

  01/28/13 Little more than a week remains for interested parties to file their candidacy in the Clerk’s Office.    The last day to file is February 7, 2014 at noon. According to Julie Fox, Marshall County Clerk, there have been no filings for German Township Trustee, German Township Board or Tippecanoe Township Board.  Delegates...
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County Officers Investigate Weekend Accidents

January 27, 2014
County Officers Investigate Weekend Accidents

  01/28/14  On Friday, January 24th at approximately 11:25 p.m. the Marshall County 9-1-1 Dispatch Center received a report of a semi roll over on US 30 near Beech Road.  As Officer’s arrived on the scene it was determined that 57 year old Raymond J. Schone of Fort Wayne was driving a Volvo semi...
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Plymouth Opens Kindergarten Round-up to Students in Marshall, St. Joseph, and Starke County

January 27, 2014
Plymouth Opens Kindergarten Round-up to Students in Marshall, St. Joseph, and Starke County

  01/28/14 Since non-resident students can now attend Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) with no tuition, PCSC will host the annual Kindergarten Round-up on February 27, 2014 in all Plymouth Elementary Schools. Parents are invited to bring their children to Plymouth. Resident parents should attend their specific school district round-up. Non-resident parents may attend...
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Have a Heart – Donate Blood

January 27, 2014
Have a Heart – Donate Blood

  01/28/14  Absence makes the heart grow fonder, except when you’re talking about blood donors. Every day, hospital patients depend on steady and consistent blood donations from volunteer donors for the blood they may need for ongoing and emergency medical care. Since February is American Heart Month, it’s a great time to put your...
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Marshall County Under Wind Chill Warning Until Wednesday/ Warming Shelters Open

January 27, 2014
Marshall County Under Wind Chill Warning Until Wednesday/ Warming Shelters Open

  01/28/14 Marshall County will experience occasional snow, blowing and drifting snow and bitterly cold temperatures today.  An Arctic air mass spread over the area Monday afternoon causing bitterly cold temperatures.  As a result, the Winter Weather Advisory was allowed to expire.  Steady or slowly falling temperatures will keep wind chills bitterly cold Tuesday with...
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Commissioner’s Lift Travel Advisory from Warning to Watch

January 27, 2014
Commissioner’s Lift Travel Advisory from Warning to Watch

The Commissioners have decided to terminate the “Warning Level” Travel Advisory beginning at 4:00pm tonight. A “Watch Level” Travel Advisory will remain in place until further notice. Mayor has completely removed travel restrictions for the City of Plymouth
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