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Encore to Host Missoula Children’s Theatre of Robin Hood, Auditions June 24th

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June 16, 2019
Encore to Host Missoula Children’s Theatre of Robin Hood, Auditions June 24th

Encore performing Arts in Plymouth will host a Missoula Children’s Theatre production this summer for students entering first grade through twelfth grade.  This year’s performance will be Robin Hood and auditions will be held on Monday, June 24th at Menominee Elementary School from 9:30 till 11:30.  Those auditioning should arrive by 9:15 and plan...
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Big Agenda for Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

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June 16, 2019
Big Agenda for Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners meets Monday morning at 9:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. The agenda for the meeting is lengthy.  The County Highway Department is first up on the agenda followed by reports from the Plymouth, Bremen and Culver Boys and Girls Clubs. County Plan Director Ty Adley...
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County Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

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June 16, 2019
County Drainage Board Meeting Monday Morning

The Marshall County Drainage meets Monday morning at 8:30 in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes several variance requests.  Chad Walleske has a variance request on the Elmer Seltenright Ditch in North Township and the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation also has a variance request for...
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Photo Contest Highlights Indiana’s Ag Heritage

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June 16, 2019
Photo Contest Highlights Indiana’s Ag Heritage

Hoosiers can showcase the hard work and contributions of Indiana farmers, and the beauty of the state’s agricultural landscape by participating in the state’s annual agriculture photo contest. Photos can be entered under 1 of 4 categories including: On the Farm: Showcasing any building, piece of equipment or activity that is a part of life on...
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IN Attorney General Joins 16-state Coalition Supporting Expanded Health Care Options

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June 16, 2019
IN Attorney General Joins 16-state Coalition Supporting Expanded Health Care Options

Attorney General Curtis Hill has joined a 16-state coalition supporting a Trump administration policy enabling self-employed people and those working for small businesses to participate in Association Health Plans (AHPs). Following an executive order by President Trump, the U.S. Department of Labor finalized the AHP rule in the summer of 2018. AHPs provide access...
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Walorski Highlights Important Role Fathers Play in Helping Children Thrive

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June 16, 2019
Walorski Highlights Important Role Fathers Play in Helping Children Thrive

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), the top Republican on the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Worker and Family Support, in a hearing this week highlighted the important role fathers play in raising strong, healthy, and thriving children. “We all want the best for children, and we know intuitively and through research that when a...
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Sam Hicks Performs at Miller’s Campus

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June 16, 2019
Sam Hicks Performs at Miller’s Campus

Sam Hicks of LaGrange recently performed at the Miller’s Merry Manor Nursing Facility and the Assisted Living in Plymouth. Hicks is a well-liked entertainer who plays guitar and banjo and sings country and gospel songs.  He allows his audience to make requests and he is always able to please.  After his concert he enjoys...
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Rockies auction coming up

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June 14, 2019
Rockies auction coming up

Rockies auction coming up PLYMOUTH — The 2019 Plymouth Rockies football season started with a seven-on-seven matchup with CMA Friday and in just one week the Rockies football radio auction fundraiser will take place on WTCA from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. All money raised goes directly to the Plymouth High School Athletic Department to...
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What’s Your Opinion 6-14-19 (Senior Games)

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June 14, 2019


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Bourbon Town Board Approves Selling Residential Lot for Habitat Home Ownership Program

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June 13, 2019
Bourbon Town Board Approves Selling Residential Lot for Habitat Home Ownership Program

The Bourbon Town Council heard an update on the Marshall County Home Ownership Project during their June meeting. Presenting more details on the project that is being coordinated by the Marshall County Habitat for Humanity that encompasses properties in Bourbon, Plymouth and Argos was Brent Martin. Martin was requesting an option to buy on...
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