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Health Board Lacks Quorum for Meeting

January 31, 2018
Health Board Lacks Quorum for Meeting

The Marshall County Health Board had their quarterly meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 30th at 6:45 in the Community Room of the Community Resource Center. New board member, Sandy Reed was introduced.  She and Dr. Miller were the only two board members who showed up for the meeting along with Health Officer Dr. Byron...
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT AWARDS NEARLY 3,400 NALOXONE KITS TO FIRST RESPONDERS IN RURAL COUNTIES

January 31, 2018
HEALTH DEPARTMENT AWARDS NEARLY 3,400 NALOXONE KITS TO  FIRST RESPONDERS IN RURAL COUNTIES

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has awarded $127,000 in naloxone kits to 95 first responder agencies serving 34 rural counties to help prevent fatal overdoses. The funding will be used to: Provide 3,388 naloxone kits to first responders for emergency treatment of known or suspected opioid overdoses in rural communities; Train first...
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Kegarise Featured Artist for February at Heartland Gallery

January 31, 2018
Kegarise Featured Artist for February at Heartland Gallery

Don Kegarise, the artist, has a goal: – “to see the beauty in everything” and to make others aware of this beauty through his are.  He will be the featured artist at Heartland Artist Galley until February 24th. As a self-taught artist, Kegarise began drawing as a child.  He was given his first oil...
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Lincoln seventh falls twice on the road

January 31, 2018

Lincoln seventh falls twice on the road PLYMOUTH – On Monday and Tuesday evening the seventh grade Red Storm girls basketball squad traveled for a couple away games. Monday night the girls took on Rochester. Rochester was a very good team with good guard play and a solid post performance. The girls struggled to...
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Lady Red Storm take win

January 31, 2018

Lady Red Storm take win PLYMOUTH – The Lincoln eighth grade took a win over Tippecanoe Valley by a 19-7 final. The Lady Red Storm came out fast to take a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. After that, the offense but missed several high quality shots as they went cold in the second...
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Plymouth edged by Rochester

January 31, 2018

Plymouth edged by Rochester ROCHESTER – Plymouth’s boys swim team fell just short to Rochester by a final of 94-80. Plymouth got first place finishes from Alex Vancza in the 100 freestyle with a 54.8, and the 200 IM with a 2:17.48, and Justin Moser in diving with a 196.35.
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Elizabeth Smart visits South Bend

January 31, 2018
Elizabeth Smart visits South Bend

In an effort to bring awareness in April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Family & Children’s Center has invited Ms. Smart to South Bend to share her story of resiliency, hope and recovery. The event, An Evening with Elizabeth, will be open to the public. Tickets ($10) will go on sale Thursday, February...
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LaVille Unified team finishes third at state

January 31, 2018
LaVille Unified team finishes third at state

INDIANAPOLIS, IN. – LaVille’s Unified bowling team participated in the first-ever Indiana State Unified Bowling Tournament. The Lancers were in tough competition with 13 other schools for one of the three trophies and medals. Based on total points, LaVille finished tied for third place with Noblesville. Fishers High School won the state championship and...
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Donnelly Statement on State of the Union Address

January 31, 2018
Donnelly Statement on State of the Union Address

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after attending President Trump’s State of the Union address this evening. Donnelly’s guest at the address was Taylor Nielsen, a member of the Lebanon Police Department, whose openness about mental health challenges as a police officer helped advance Donnelly’s Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act, which...
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Walorski Statement on President Trump’s State of the Union Address

January 31, 2018
Walorski Statement on President Trump’s State of the Union Address

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday released the following statement on President Trump’s first State of the Union address: “President Trump tonight displayed the kind of bold optimism that defines the American spirit. Congress and the president set out last year to build a stronger country and make sure the American Dream remains a reality. Now...
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