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Coaches Corner 11-30-19

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November 30, 2019


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Troopers are Focusing on Impaired Drivers

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November 29, 2019
Troopers are Focusing on Impaired Drivers

With the busy Thanksgiving Day weekend upon us, Indiana State Police Troopers are focusing on finding impaired drivers.  According to NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) each day in the United States, 30 people die as a result of an impaired driver.  That is almost 10,000 lives each year.  If you drive while impaired,...
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Holcomb Statement on Cease and Desist Letters

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November 29, 2019
Holcomb Statement on Cease and Desist Letters

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement after his General Counsel Joe Heerens sent the attached cease and desist letters to “Reveal” and the “Indianapolis Star.” “While filing a cease and desist letter is an unusual step to take, I’m compelled to do so. I will not let the false accusations about Indiana...
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James Lee Campbell Arrested for Murder in Starke County Shooting

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November 29, 2019
James Lee Campbell Arrested for Murder in Starke County Shooting

Sheriff Bill Dulin announced on Facebook that the Starke County Sheriff’s Department is investigation a Thanksgiving Day fatal shooting. Starke County Sheriff’s Office received a call around 2:10 in the afternoon on Thursday, November 28th of a male subject that was shot and deceased at the residence in the 2000 block of County Road...
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What’s Your Opinion 11-29-19

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November 29, 2019


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Pilgrims vs. Glenn

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November 29, 2019


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As We See It 11-27-19

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November 29, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 11-27-19

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November 29, 2019


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WDA 4th grade students participate in 6th annual Pumpkin Drop

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November 28, 2019
WDA 4th grade students participate in 6th annual Pumpkin Drop

Washington Discovery Academy fourth-grade students and teachers gathered outside in the parking lot on a cold November morning to witness the 6th annual Pumpkin Drop. “Students have been investigating the effects of gravity, thrust, drag, and lift. Then our students try to build contraptions to counteract the gravity of their pumpkins to keep them...
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Commissioners Reappoint Jonathon Oswald to Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District

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November 28, 2019
Commissioners Reappoint Jonathon Oswald to Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District

Last week the Marshall County Commissioners were asked to make their appointment to the Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District. The Lake of the Woods Regional Sewer District submitted a letter requesting reappointment of Jonathon Oswald to the Regional Sewer District for a four year term beginning January 1, 2020 and ending December...
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Caring Cupboard in Plymouth Being Used and Not Abused

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November 28, 2019
Caring Cupboard in Plymouth Being Used and Not Abused

Rebecca Palmer of Plymouth was pleased to tell the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety the Caring Cupboards mini food pantry at the Fire Department is being used and not abused.  She said a second pantry will be placed at the Plymouth Police Department next month. Palmer, the organizer of Caring Cupboards has...
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Commissioners Hire Rowland Design for Courthouse Clock Tower Restoration Design

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November 28, 2019
Commissioners Hire Rowland Design for Courthouse Clock Tower Restoration Design

Earlier this month the Marshall County Commissioners entered into a contract with Rowland Design, Inc. of Indianapolis to design the scope of work for a major renovation project on the Courthouse Clock Tower. Former county commissioner Kurt Garner helped the county receive a $25,000 matching grant from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division...
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County’s MVH Distribution Down over $350K from Last Year

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November 28, 2019
County’s MVH Distribution Down over $350K from Last Year

Jason Peters, Superintendent of the Marshall County Highway Department updated the commissioners this week on his department’s revenues. The Motor Vehicle Highway (MVH) distribution for November 2019 came in at $368,870.92.  Last year the November distribution was $349,615.67 so there was an increase of $19,255.25 over last year. The Local Roads and Streets (LR&S)...
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National Desert Storm War Memorial Association Receives Concept Approval of Design

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November 28, 2019
National Desert Storm War Memorial Association Receives Concept Approval of Design

The National Desert Storm War Memorial Association (NDSWM) is pleased to announce the Memorial’s design concept has been approved by the Commission of Fine Arts. Concept Approval is an important step toward remembering the service and sacrifice of America’s brave men and women during Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield. Final Design Approval is...
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New York City Songwriter & Poet, Bill Scorzari, To be Featured on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this Saturday

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November 28, 2019
New York City Songwriter & Poet, Bill Scorzari,   To be Featured on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this Saturday

New York City songwriter, Bill Sorzari, shares his emotionally moving songs and stories from his new album, Now I’m Free, for the up and coming 29th edition of the Wild Rose Moon radio hour.  Join host, George Schricker and radio announcer, Hannah Livengood, to hear childhood tales of Bill and his friends being chased...
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New Deer Harvest Website Available for Hunters

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November 28, 2019
New Deer Harvest Website Available for Hunters

Indiana DNR has launched a new website allowing deer hunters to access white-tailed deer harvest data as it is accumulated by the state.  During the check-in process, hunters report the county of harvest, sex of deer harvested, type of land the deer was harvested on, and type of equipment used to harvest deer. This...
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Young, Braun Introduce Bill to Designate Ernest ‘Ernie’ T. Pyle Post Office

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November 28, 2019
Young, Braun Introduce Bill to Designate Ernest ‘Ernie’ T. Pyle Post Office

This week U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) announced they introduced legislation to rename the post office in Dana, Indiana, after Ernest ‘Ernie’ T. Pyle, the celebrated war correspondent and Hoosier journalist who was born near Dana. On April 18, 1945, Pyle was reporting on the U.S. Army’s 305th Infantry Regiment...
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Miller’s Family Thanksgiving Buffet

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November 28, 2019
Miller’s Family Thanksgiving Buffet

Miller’s Assisted Living Facility held their annual Family Thanksgiving Buffet on Sunday, November 24.  The event was well attended by resident’s family members.  The dietary staff under the direction of Alissa Richhart prepared and served buffet style a traditional Thanksgiving meal.  Barry Stull of Walkerton provided luncheon music for the event.  Gwen Calvert, Director...
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What’s Your Opinion 11-26-19

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November 27, 2019


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Tech Talk 11-26-17

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November 27, 2019


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