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Guyberson Arrested by Bremen Police on Multiple Charges

October 15, 2018
Guyberson Arrested by Bremen Police on Multiple Charges

Bremen Police Officer Trent Stouder arrested a Bremen man on Sunday evening following a traffic stop.  About 9:30 Officer Stouder stopped a vehicle on Plymouth Street and arrested 31 year old Aaron J. Guyberson.  Guyberson was arrested for OWI Endangering, OWI on a Controlled Substance, Unlawful Possession of a Syringe and Possession of Methamphetamine....
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Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduce Bill to Promote Innovation in Higher Ed

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October 15, 2018
Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduce Bill to Promote Innovation in Higher Ed

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), and Tim Kaine (D-Va.), today announced that they have introduced the Innovation Zone Act (S.3596). The bipartisan legislation replaces the experimental sites initiative within the Higher Education Act to promote effective, evidence-based innovation in higher education and better prepare students for the workforce. A lack of evaluation and transparent data collection...
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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill asks U.S. Supreme Court to Affirm Constitutionality of Indiana Abortion Provisions

October 15, 2018
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill asks U.S. Supreme Court to Affirm Constitutionality of Indiana Abortion Provisions

Attorney General Curtis Hill Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review and reverse a lower court’s decision declaring unconstitutional certain provisions of Indiana law regarding abortion and the disposal of fetal remains. Signed into law in March of 2016 by then-Governor Mike Pence, House Enrolled Act 1337 contained two requirements that are at...
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Donnelly Urges HHS to Implement Provisions of Trevor’s Law

October 15, 2018
Donnelly Urges HHS to Implement Provisions of Trevor’s Law

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly sent a letter to Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Alex Azar, calling on him to begin implementing a Trevor’s Law provision requiring an update to the guidelines for investigations of potential cancer clusters. A bipartisan provision Donnelly authored, which provided $1 million for the resources necessary to update the guidelines,...
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Marty Miller To Appear In Concert @ THE WELL

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October 15, 2018
Marty Miller To Appear In Concert @ THE WELL

The Well and the Outreach committee of the First United Church of Plymouth will host a FREE concert on Sunday evening, October 21 at 5:00 p.m.  This concert will feature musician Marty Miller of Michigan. Marty first began writing lyrics to songs while in Bible College, and started putting some acoustic numbers together with...
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What’s Your Opinion 10-15-18

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October 15, 2018


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Tri-Way Golf Club to Close Nov. 1st; Sealed Bid Auction Nov. 15th

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October 15, 2018
Tri-Way Golf Club to Close Nov. 1st; Sealed Bid Auction Nov. 15th

Don and Jan Kinney announced Monday morning that they will close the Tri-Way Golf Club.  For 52 years the Kinney family has enjoyed providing a family oriented golf facility for the public.  Jan said, “We have seen countless golfers learn the sport here and watched them improve and increase their enjoyment of the game.” ...
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Wythougan Valley Preservation Annual Meeting

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October 14, 2018
Wythougan Valley Preservation Annual Meeting

Wythougan Valley Preservation celebrated its annual meeting Thursday night at The Standard in Bourbon. Wythougan elected officers Kurt Garner, Scott Schuster, Karin Rettinger, and Paul Schoberg, and welcomed Jordan Fuller to the board of directors. Mark Gidley announced a new program to identify the county’s historic trees, and Kurt Garner discussed the organization’s role...
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County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

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October 14, 2018
County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Drainage Board meets this morning at 8:30 in the Commissioner’s meeting room on the second floor of the County Building.  The agenda includes opening maintenance bids for the N. Berger (Burkey) Ditch and Arm; the Young Arm of the Gail-Unsicker Ditch; The Leeper Arm of the Outlet Arm Ditch and the...
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City Board of Public Works and Safety Addresses Parking Issue at Community Resource Center on Adams Street

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October 14, 2018
City Board of Public Works and Safety Addresses Parking Issue at Community Resource Center on Adams Street

A parking issue on the east side of the Community Resource Center on Adams Street was brought to the attention of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety last Monday. Savanna Fettig submitted a request for a NO PARKING sign at the intersection of Adams and 1st Street.  Her written request says cars...
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