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AG Curtis Hill praises court for rejecting argument that ‘Right to Try’ negates laws against marijuana use

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August 29, 2018
AG Curtis Hill praises court for rejecting argument that ‘Right to Try’ negates laws against marijuana use

Attorney General Curtis Hill Wednesday praised a Marion Circuit Court decision rejecting an argument by the First Church of Cannabis (FCOC) that their case should be reopened in light of the Right to Try Act – legislation approved this year that allows terminally ill patients to try investigational treatments. The court already had rejected...
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Kindred Hospice of Rochester Honors Veterans at Miller’s

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August 29, 2018
Kindred Hospice of Rochester Honors Veterans at Miller’s

Veterans living at Miller’s Assisted Living Facility in Plymouth were recently honored by the staff of Kindred Hospice of Rochester.   Also participating in the ceremony was Plymouth VFW Quartermaster , Rowland Leech. Teri White of Kindred played the piano as the Veterans arrived in the Main Lobby and took their seats of honor. There...
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Slonaker Selected at West Township Advisory Board Member in Caucus

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August 29, 2018
Slonaker Selected at West Township Advisory Board Member in Caucus

The West Township precinct committee people participated in a caucus Tuesday evening to elect a new advisory board member to replace Dennis Beville who resigned because he moved outside of the township. There are three precinct committee people in West Township: Susan Sauer, Tammy Borggren and Donna Pontius. David Holmes, Republican County Chairman told...
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Bids Opened for City’s Fall Street Projects

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August 28, 2018
Bids Opened for City’s Fall Street Projects

Bids were open for the 2018 Fall Street and Sidewalk Projects during Monday evenings Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting.  Three companies submitted quotes with E & B Paving out of Rochester being the highest at $509,104.42.  Walsh and Kelly out of South Bend had the next highest bid at $478,033 and the...
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Culver Stellar Communities Housing Application Complete

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August 28, 2018
Culver Stellar Communities Housing Application Complete

The Town of Culver is pleased to announce that the town supported application for Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority tax credit funding has been submitted to the State of Indiana for review.  As a Stellar Community Designee, the Town of Culver’s application will be placed in a separate category of applications to compete...
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City Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Credit for Excessive Waste Water Bill

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August 28, 2018
City Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Credit for Excessive Waste Water Bill

The Plymouth Common Council approved the recommendation of Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson to credit Elisa Holstein’s waste water account after determining the large amount of water from a burst pipe didn’t go through the waste water treatment system. Monday evening Davidson said the Holsteins live at 217 Gilmore Street and their home was heavily...
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City Approves Comcast Request to Work in the Right-of-Way

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August 28, 2018
City Approves Comcast Request to Work in the Right-of-Way

Plymouth City Engineer, Rick Gaul presented a request to work in the city’s right-of-way from Comcast during Monday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Two weeks ago board members were notified that Comcast has a subcontractor install infrastructure to Super 8 at 2160 North Oak Drive without receiving a permit from the city. ...
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Young and Donnelly Vote to Confirm Sweeney for Indiana’s Southern District Court

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August 28, 2018
Young and Donnelly Vote to Confirm Sweeney for Indiana’s Southern District Court

  U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) Tuesday voted to confirm James R. Sweeney II, of Indianapolis, to be United States District Judge for the Southern District of Indiana. “As a fellow Marine and Naval Academy grad, I can say with great confidence that Jim is the right public servant to serve Indiana’s Southern...
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Scandling Named Director of Bremen Public Library

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August 28, 2018
Scandling Named Director of Bremen Public Library

Bremen Public Library Interim Director Chris Scandling was officially named Director by the Board of Trustees during their August 27 meeting. “Chris Scandling has proven to be a dynamic and meticulous employee who serves the Bremen community with his outstanding work ethic,” said Board of Trustees Secretary Jen Heiter. “He has quite the ‘hat’...
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Walorski Statement on U.S.-Mexico Understanding on Trade

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August 28, 2018
Walorski Statement on U.S.-Mexico Understanding on Trade

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Monday released the following statement after President Trump announced an understanding was reached in trade negotiations with Mexico: “I just met with Hoosier corn and soybean farmers in Miami County, and they told me what I hear from farmers and manufacturers across northern Indiana: they need long-term certainty when...
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