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What’s Your Opinion 10-26-18

October 26, 2018


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Saturday is Prescription Drug Take Back Day

October 25, 2018
Saturday is Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Citizens in Marshall County can help prevent prescription drug abuse by dropping off their unused medications.  The Indiana State Police Post in Bremen has teamed up with the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) for the 16th nationwide collection event. Prescription drug abuse is alarmingly high and many of the drugs used are from medications family...
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Early Voting Available Saturday from 8 till 3

October 25, 2018
Early Voting Available Saturday from 8 till 3

Registered voters in Marshall County can vote early this Saturday and next Saturday in Plymouth, Bremen and Culver. The General Election is November 6 and each year the County Clerk’s office offers early voting the two Saturdays prior to election day.  This Saturday and next, voters can vote at the Marshall County Clerk’s Office,...
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33 Properties Sold at Tax Sale

October 25, 2018
33 Properties Sold at Tax Sale

County Auditor Julie Fox told the County Commissioners last week that the tax sale was conducted on Wednesday, Oct. 11. There were originally 146 certified property set for the tax sale and the day of the sale 62 were offered for sale.  SRI sold 33 properties at the sale with 29 property that didn’t...
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Trick-or-Treat Activities

October 25, 2018
Trick-or-Treat Activities

This weekend kicks-off the Halloween tradition of Trick-or-Treat with many opportunities for kids to have fun and grab up some candy. Innovation Academy at Lincoln Junior High will host the Haunted Maze Saturday Oct. 27, from 6-8 p.m. to raise funds to honor the legacy of Lincoln Junior High School.  This kid friendly event...
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Tax Abatement for Marshall County Life Center Passes 2nd Step

October 25, 2018
Tax Abatement for Marshall County Life Center Passes 2nd Step

A public hearing for the tax abatement request from Marshall County Life Center, Inc. was held during Monday’s Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday.  While the request passed, it was not unanimous. Marshall County Life Center is a parent company of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation.  It is comprised of the new United Way...
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Red Cross Calls for healthy Donors to Maintain Blood Supply

October 25, 2018
Red Cross Calls for healthy Donors to Maintain Blood Supply

As influenza activity picks up, the American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood to ensure a strong blood supply for patients in need. Blood and platelets can only be given by donors who are feeling well. One way to maintain health is to get a flu vaccine...
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Senator Young’s Opioid Bills Signed Into Law

October 25, 2018
Senator Young’s Opioid Bills Signed Into Law

Wednesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) applauded the President’s signature of H.R. 6, the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act. The legislation, which contains six provisions that were introduced or co-led by Senator Young, passed the Senate on a 98-1 vote earlier this month. “This bipartisan opioid package is now law, meaning that more resources will be available in the...
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Donnelly Provisions to Combat Opioid Epidemic Signed into Law as Part of Bipartisan SUPPORT Act

October 25, 2018
Donnelly Provisions to Combat Opioid Epidemic Signed into Law as Part of Bipartisan SUPPORT Act

Several of U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s provisions to combat the opioid abuse epidemic were signed into law today by the President as part of the bipartisan Substance Use Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment (SUPPORT) for Patients and Communities Act.  Donnelly spoke on the Senate Floor earlier this month about his bipartisan efforts...
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Lutheran Health Fair at Triton Elementary

October 25, 2018
Lutheran Health Fair at Triton Elementary

Triton School Corporation Superintendent Jeremy Riffle thanked  Lutheran Health Network for put on a Triton Elementary Health Fair for the students. Triton Elementary kindergarten scholars from Mrs. Melling’s classroom had the opportunity to learn more about healthy afterschool snacks, CPR and First Aid, proper exercise, and proper hand washing during the Health Fair. Riffle...
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