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Archive for January, 2018

Bremen Police Department Annual Basketball Benefit March 19th

January 21, 2018
Bremen Police Department Annual Basketball Benefit March 19th

      On March 19, the Bremen High School will host the 22ndAnnual Bremen Police Department Benefit Basketball Game. For the past 22 years the basketball game has given the community an opportunity to come together to raise funds for Bremen families in need. This year the proceeds will go to two families facing financial...
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Plymouth High School 2018 Basketball Homecoming Winners Announced

January 21, 2018
Plymouth High School 2018 Basketball Homecoming Winners Announced

The 2018 PHS Basketball Homecoming King and Queen were announced and crowned Friday, January 19 at the Plymouth vs. Wawasee game during halftime of the varsity game. Senior Summer M. Smith was chosen as this year’s Queen and senior Trevor Pletcher was crowned this year’s King. Summer is the daughter of Cameron Smith and...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

January 21, 2018
City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings on Monday, January 22nd in the conference room at the Plymouth Fire Department. The Board of Public Works and Safety will meet at 6 p.m. Their agenda includes reports from the various city department heads, including the City Engineer who will continue the discussion of...
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Walorski & Donnelly Comment on Government Shutdown

January 21, 2018
Walorski & Donnelly Comment on Government Shutdown

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Saturday released the following statement after Senate Democrats blocked legislation passed by the House to prevent a government shutdown, suspend the job-killing medical device tax for two years, and reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for six years: “The House passed a commonsense bill to keep the government...
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VOLUNTEERS TO COUNT HOMELESS FAMILIES IN MARSHALL COUNTY

January 21, 2018
VOLUNTEERS TO COUNT HOMELESS FAMILIES IN MARSHALL COUNTY

The Marshall County Community Foundation and United Way of Marshall County are working with the local faith community, nonprofit agencies, businesses and volunteers to conduct a survey to collect data on homelessness and housing insecurities in Marshall County. The Point-in-Time (PIT) count is a count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless people on a single...
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Head: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Task Force Bills Pass Senate

January 21, 2018
Head: Substance Abuse and Mental  Health Task Force Bills Pass Senate

State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) said three bills he authored that are a result of the work of the Task Force on Substance Abuse and Mental Health, which he co-chairs, passed the full Senate Thursday. The Task Force, which discusses ideas, hears testimony and develops ways to address issues concerning treatment and resources for children...
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Governor Holcomb Proclaims Jan. 21-27 “Indiana School Choice Week” and Joins Leaders Nationwide in Celebrating Opportunity in Education

January 21, 2018
Governor Holcomb Proclaims Jan. 21-27 “Indiana School Choice Week” and Joins Leaders Nationwide in Celebrating Opportunity in Education

Joining dozens of other governors and hundreds of and county leaders nationwide, Gov. Holcomb has issued a proclamation officially declaring Jan. 21-27 as Indiana School Choice Week. Indiana parents, teachers, and students will host more than 650 events across the state, celebrating the educational options parents have and raising awareness about options parents want to have...
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County Suspects Vandalism with Trees Dropped on County Roadways

January 20, 2018
County Suspects Vandalism with Trees Dropped on County Roadways

During Wednesday’s What’s Your Opinion Show on WTCA, Marshall County Commissioner Mike Delp mentioned a couple of possible vandalisms acts in the southern part of the county. Delp said on two separate occasions trees had been felled across the county road with much of the debris left on the driving surface. Jason Peters also...
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New Executive Director Named for Catherine Kasper Life Center

January 20, 2018
New Executive Director Named for Catherine Kasper Life Center

The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ and Trinity Senior Service Management welcome Robin Scott as the new Executive Director of the Catherine Kasper Life Center as of January 2, 2018.  Robin comes with many years of experience in long-term care and will use her collective experiences and skill to further build the CKLC team....
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Walorski Supports Funding Bill with Medical Device Tax Relief, CHIP Reauthorization

January 20, 2018
Walorski Supports Funding Bill with Medical Device Tax Relief, CHIP Reauthorization

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement after voting to suspend the job-killing medical device tax for two years, reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for six years, and avert a government shutdown that would damage military readiness and put servicemembers at risk: “Obamacare’s medical device tax is a proven...
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