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Senators Introduce DRIVE-Safe Act to Expand Career Opportunities in Trucking Industry

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August 16, 2018
Senators Introduce DRIVE-Safe Act to Expand Career Opportunities in Trucking Industry

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), and Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) Thursday introduced the Developing Responsible Individuals for a Vibrant Economy (DRIVE-Safe) Act, S. 3352, to address the driver shortage in the trucking and logistics industry, and enhance safety training and job opportunities for young truckers. Though many states allow individuals to obtain a commercial driver’s license...
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Donnelly Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh

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August 16, 2018
Donnelly Meets with Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement after meeting with Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Donnelly talked with Judge Kavanaugh about his judicial philosophy, his experience working in the George W. Bush Administration and as a judge, and his thoughts on judicial independence in addition to other topics. Donnelly said, “I...
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As We See It 8-15-18

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August 16, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 8-15-18

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August 16, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 8-14-18

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August 16, 2018


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Tech Talk 8-14-18

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August 16, 2018


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McFarland to Retain Seat on Bourbon Town Council following Town Convention

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August 16, 2018
McFarland to Retain Seat on Bourbon Town Council following Town Convention

Wednesday evening registered Republicans in the Town of Bourbon gathered at the senior center to conduct their Town Convention.  The town convention was called to select the candidate for the November 6th General Election to fill the open seat open on the Town Board. Marshall County Republican Chairman Dave Holmes served as chairman of...
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City Board of Works Hears Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

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August 16, 2018
City Board of Works Hears Request to Limit Parking on Crimson Lane

Joan Walter lives on Crimson Lane in Plymouth and appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety this week with a request to limit parking on the street to one side. She said there is a physically challenged child on the block and sometimes the school bus that picks him up can’t get...
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Meet & Greet 2018 Marshall County Democratic Candidates this Saturday

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August 15, 2018
Meet & Greet 2018 Marshall County Democratic Candidates this Saturday

This Saturday, August 18th the Marshall County Democrats will hold a “Meet and Greet” with the 2018 Democratic candidates. The event will be held at Opie’s, 114 North Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth from 1 till 3.  They have a number of candidates on the ballot for the November General Election on Tuesday, November...
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Republic Asked Bourbon Town Board to Reduce Frequency of Recycling Pickup

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August 15, 2018
Republic Asked Bourbon Town Board to Reduce Frequency of Recycling Pickup

Representatives from Republic Services appeared before the Bourbon Town Board on Tuesday to request a change in the frequency of pickup for recycling. The board entered into a five-year contract in October, 2018 with Republic Services. Peter Callan, municipal account executive,  and Cody Humphrey, General Manager, both of Republic asked to change the weekly...
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