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Archive for January, 2020

Representative Jack Jordan: Students Invited to Page at the Statehouse

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January 5, 2020
Representative Jack Jordan: Students Invited to Page at the Statehouse

Students looking to learn about our state government are invited to participate in the House Page Program during the 2020 legislative session, which kicks off January 6th and concludes in mid-March Hoosiers between the ages of 13 and 18 who serve as a pages get a unique look at the legislative process. While spending a day...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting on Tuesday

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January 5, 2020
Plymouth School Board Meeting on Tuesday

The Plymouth School Board will hold their first meeting of 2020 on Tuesday, January 7. The meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the Administration Building on Berkley Street. The meeting is open to the public; however, comments from the audience are limited to agenda items only. There are two places on the agenda...
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Busy Agenda for Monday’s County Commissioners Meeting

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January 5, 2020
Busy Agenda for Monday’s County Commissioners Meeting

The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for their first meeting of the new year Monday morning, January 6th beginning at 8:30. Agenda items include reorganization of the board, department head appointments and appointments to various boards. County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters will report on activities in his department and Jim Hulse will be back...
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JOHN THOMAS: PHOTO-REALIST AND AIRBRUSH PAINTER

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January 5, 2020
JOHN THOMAS: PHOTO-REALIST AND AIRBRUSH PAINTER

John Thomas taught high school art in Walkerton for 43 years. His art department at John Glenn High School won 25 achievement awards from the Scholastic Art Awards in New York. Many of his students have gone on to become professional artists. We are very pleased to have John as a new member of...
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Miller’s Employees Receive Service Award Pins

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January 5, 2020
Miller’s Employees Receive Service Award Pins

Miller’s Senior Living Campus Administrator recently handed out service award pins to Assisted Living employees during a Christmas meal. Those receiving one year pins were:  Alissa Richhart, Lily Cochern, and Cassandra Atkins (not pictured Jenny Hartwell). Sonia Flores (not pictured) received her two year pin.  Heidi Watson received her three year pin.  Anna Corbett...
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Senator Stacy Donato: Staying Connected Through the 2020 Session

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January 5, 2020
Senator Stacy Donato: Staying Connected Through the 2020 Session

On Monday, January 6th, the Indiana General Assembly will reconvene for the 2020 legislative session. Indiana Senator Stacey Donato who represents West, Union, Green and Walnut Townships in Marshall County said is a recent release to her constituents, “My fellow lawmakers and I will examine and vote on a wide variety of legislative proposals during...
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IN Attorney General co-leads Multistate Coalition Supporting Louisiana Law Protecting Health of Women Getting Abortions

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January 5, 2020
IN Attorney General co-leads Multistate Coalition Supporting Louisiana Law Protecting Health of Women Getting Abortions

Attorney General Curtis Hill on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a Louisiana law requiring all ambulatory surgical centers, including abortion clinics, to hold admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Abortion providers have challenged the law, claiming it interferes with abortion access. “This commonsense measure to protect women’s health is entirely compatible with...
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County Council Schedules Evening Meeting for Public Input on Jail Expansion

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January 5, 2020
County Council Schedules Evening Meeting for Public Input on Jail Expansion

The Marshall County Council will hold a special informational meeting and a public hearing on the proposed expansion project at the County Jail on Monday, January 6th at 6 p.m. The meeting, which is open to the public, will be held in the second floor meeting room of the County Building, room 203.  The...
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Rockies take win at East Noble

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January 4, 2020

Rockies take win at East Noble KENDALVILLE — The Rockies traveled to East Noble and came away with a 49-30 victory. Wrestling began at 120 with Max Howard picking up a fall. Dominic Smith followed with a 7-4 win over Blaine Malott who is ranked #7th in the Fort Wayne Semi-State area. East Noble gained...
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Coaches Corner 1-4-20

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January 4, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 1-3-20

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January 4, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 1-2-20

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What’s Your Opinion 12-31-19

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January 4, 2020


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Pilgrims get game two win in First Source Bank Tourney

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January 3, 2020
Pilgrims get game two win in First Source Bank Tourney

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth’s Pilgrims continue to ride the roller coaster with a very up and down day of basketball, falling in game one of the First Source Bank Holiday Tournament by a 62-49 final to Knox then found a renewed energy in taking a solid 59-45 win over Whitko in the consolation matchup. Plymouth...
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Argos tops century mark in win

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January 3, 2020

Argos tops century mark in win ARGOS — The Argos Dragons put on an offensive show with a 101-28 win over West Central in boys basketball action Friday. Owen Nifong had 31 to lead the Dragons followed by Sam Manikowski with 15 and Teddy Redinger with 11. In all 10 Dragons reached the scoring column...
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Walorski Statement on Passing of Former Mishawaka Mayor Bob Beutter

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January 3, 2020
Walorski Statement on Passing of Former Mishawaka Mayor Bob Beutter

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today released the following statement on the passing of Robert C. Beutter, who was Mishawaka’s longest-serving mayor: “Bob Beutter was one of a kind, a truly great man. He was humble, wise, and always a gentleman. Bob was a political icon who garnered respect from both parties because he...
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Sanders Raises More Than $34.5 Million in Fourth Quarter Powered by More than 25,000 Donations from Hoosiers

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January 3, 2020
Sanders Raises More Than $34.5 Million in Fourth Quarter Powered by More than 25,000 Donations from Hoosiers

Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign on Thursday announced it raised more than $34.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2019 with more than 25,000 donations from Hoosiers. Since launching the campaign, Bernie 2020 has received more than $1 million from Indiana, with nearly $370,000 raised during the fourth quarter alone. “Bernie Sanders is closing...
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Walorski and Young Statements on Death of Qassem Soleimani

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January 3, 2020
Walorski and Young Statements on Death of Qassem Soleimani

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski today released the following statement on the death of Qassem Soleimani, head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps–Quds Force, a U.S.-designated foreign terrorist organization: “Qassem Soleimani was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of U.S. servicemembers and countless innocent civilians throughout the Middle East. Under his command, Iran-backed terrorists and...
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Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with North Township for Stellar Services

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January 2, 2020
Commissioners Approve Intergovernmental Agreement with North Township for Stellar Services

During the December 31st meeting of the County Commissioners, County Auditor Julie Fox presented an Intergovernmental Agreement between Marshall County and North Township.  The agreement is regarding the funding of services for the Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Communities Initiative for implementation of the Marshall County Quality of Life Plan. The agreement calls for North...
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M.C. Historical Society Presents Centennial Farm Sign to Donald & Christine Kitch

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January 2, 2020
M.C. Historical Society Presents Centennial Farm Sign to Donald & Christine Kitch

The Donald and Christine Kitch farm was awarded a Marshall County Centennial Farm designation by the Marshall County Historical Society.  The Kitch Farm, located northwest of Bourbon, has been in the family since 1919 when Oreal A. Kitch purchased 80 acres of land in Bourbon Township.  The massive barn, visible from U.S. Highway 30,...
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