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What’s Your Opinion 12-27-18

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December 27, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 12-26-18

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What’s Your Opinion 12-21-18

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December 27, 2018


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Brandon A. Wojcik age 27 of Plymouth

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December 27, 2018
Brandon A. Wojcik age 27 of Plymouth

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The Rumor Mill on Garden Court Project Put to Rest

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December 26, 2018
The Rumor Mill on Garden Court Project Put to Rest

Local architect  and Garden Court committee member Brent Martin said, “I received a phone call right before Christmas and was asked if it was true the City of Plymouth put a stop work order on the Garden Court project.”  He said, “The answer is no.” Martin explained why that rumor started. Jackson Services cleared the...
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Plymouth Woman Arrested at Economy Inn on Multiple Charges

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December 26, 2018
Plymouth Woman Arrested at Economy Inn on Multiple Charges

Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Economy Inn just after midnight on December 19th for an unknown situation. Officer Miller arrived and met with 33 year old Falesha Lynn Martin of Plymouth who advised she and her boyfriend had been arguing verbally. After an investigation Ms. Martin was placed in custody for Battery, Disorderly...
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Young, Warren Government Accountability Bill Heads to President’s Desk

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December 26, 2018
Young, Warren Government Accountability Bill Heads to President’s Desk

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) announced that their bipartisan legislation to increase oversight of taxpayer dollars spent by federal agencies has passed the House by a 382-2 vote and now heads to the President’s desk to await his signature. The Good Accounting Obligation in Government (GAO-IG) Act requires federal agencies to report...
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Holiday Recycling Tips

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December 26, 2018
Holiday Recycling Tips

Americans generate 20% more waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day.  Remarkably, about 80% of what is thrown away during the holidays could actually be recycled or re-purposed.  Here are a couple tips to help you become a better recycler during the holiday season. You can always recycle paper including plain wrapping paper and...
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Plymouth Police Serve Warrants on Individuals

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December 26, 2018
Plymouth Police Serve Warrants on Individuals

Plymouth Police Officers served several warrants in the last week.  On December 20th, about 2:15 in the afternoon officers were dispatched to the area of 328 North Kingston Road for the report of suspicious male and female outside Dollar General. Officers arrived and located 47 year old Richard Milton of LaPaz. Centralized Dispatched advised...
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Walorski Statement on Audit of Commerce Tariff Exclusion Process

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December 26, 2018
Walorski Statement on Audit of Commerce Tariff Exclusion Process

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Friday released the following statement after the Government Accountability Office (GAO) announced it would review the Commerce Department’s tariff exclusion process, an investigation of which Walorski was a co-requestor: “A robust product exclusion process is critical to providing relief for American manufacturers and small businesses affected by the steel...
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