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AG Curtis Hill: Latest Court Ruling is Buzzkill for ‘First Church of Cannabis’

January 3, 2019
AG Curtis Hill: Latest Court Ruling is Buzzkill for ‘First Church of Cannabis’

The end of 2018 brought bad news for the “First Church of Cannabis,” a group of marijuana enthusiasts who have spent much of the past three years arguing for the right to use pot as a matter of religious liberty.   Once again, Attorney General Curtis Hill has prevailed in turning back this group’s efforts to...
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Wild Rose Moon’s “Best of” Program Features a Cavalcade of Songwriters

January 3, 2019
Wild Rose Moon’s “Best of” Program Features a Cavalcade of Songwriters

Whether it’s a fiddle tune from Canada’s own, April Verch, or the beautiful ballad, “Love Is Our Cross to Bear,” from the well-known, John Gorka, this month’s Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is loaded with fun and fancy.  Introduced by the audio producer, Nate Butler, and executive producer and host, George Schricker, the songs cover...
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Relaxing Dinner Music at Miller’s

January 3, 2019
Relaxing Dinner Music at Miller’s

 After all the festivities of Christmas and New Year’s Eve are over the residents of Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth are ready to relax a little.  They began with relaxing dinner music provided on New Year’s Day by Mary Kay(Collison) Bonner formerly of Plymouth.  She performed her soothing harp music throughout the dinner hour...
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Resolve to Give Blood with the Red Cross

January 3, 2019
Resolve to Give Blood with the Red Cross

The American Red Cross encourages people to help meet the urgent need for blood and platelets by resolving to give blood this January – National Blood Donor Month. Donating blood or platelets is a way to make a lifesaving impact in the new year for patients like Judy Janssen, who was diagnosed with end-stage...
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Fairgoers to Celebrate the 2019 Indiana State Fair “Heroes in the Heartland” presented by Indiana Donor Network

January 3, 2019
Fairgoers to Celebrate the 2019 Indiana State Fair “Heroes in the Heartland” presented by Indiana Donor Network

To pay tribute to the heroism of everyday Hoosiers, the Indiana State Fair announces that its 2019 theme is HEROES IN THE HEARTLAND presented by Indiana Donor Network.  Throughout the 17-day event, slated for August 2 -18, the Indiana State Fair will salute Hoosier farmers, first responders, educators, members of the Armed Forces, and many others...
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What’s Your Opinion 1-3-19

January 3, 2019


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As We See It 1-2-19

January 3, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 1-2-19

January 3, 2019


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Plymouth BZA Denies Request for Special Use for Home Business at 213 Shalley Dr.

January 2, 2019
Plymouth BZA Denies Request for Special Use for Home Business at 213 Shalley Dr.

Wednesday night the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals unanimously denied the request of Landon Krieg to allow a special use for a home-based business at 213 Shalley Drive. Plymouth Plan Consultant Ralph Booker said a home based business is allowed as a special use in the Traditional Residential zoning district.  He also told members...
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Christmas Bird County Saturday at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

January 2, 2019
Christmas Bird County Saturday at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

The nationwide Christmas Bird Census (CBC) is a holiday tradition that counts birds. Its roots extend back to the turn of the previous century beginning on Christmas Day 1900. The primary objective of the Christmas Bird Count is to monitor the status and distribution of bird populations across the Western Hemisphere. When the Christmas...
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