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Archive for March, 2020

Screening Hoosier Babies For Life-Threatening Disease

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March 6, 2020
Screening Hoosier Babies For Life-Threatening Disease

Early detection is critical to treating many diseases. Under legislation I supported, newborn babies would be screened for the rare genetic disease, Adrenoleukodystrophy. Adrenoleukodystrophy, or ALD, is a deadly disease that causes irreversible damage to the brain and leads to behavioral and neurological issues. ALD affects approximately 1 in 17,000 people and without early testing,...
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Young to Deliver Inaugural Richard G. Lugar Lecture On American Global

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March 6, 2020
Young to Deliver Inaugural Richard G. Lugar Lecture On American Global

Today U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) will deliver the Inaugural Richard G. Lugar Lecture at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies in Bloomington.   Senator Young will address America’s role in the world and confronting the challenges of the 21st Century. He will focus on the continued need for American leadership...
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What’s Your Opinion 3-6-20 (Jim Master co-host/Jim Smart-Link to Hope

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March 6, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 3-5-20 (Bob Barcus co-host/Dan Tyree)

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March 6, 2020


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As We See It 3-4-20

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March 6, 2020


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South Bend Cubs and Weigel Broadcasting Co. extend television deal for 2020 season

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March 6, 2020

South Bend Cubs and Weigel Broadcasting Co. extend television deal for 2020 season Forty-nine home games to air on WMYS, MyMichiana SOUTH BEND – The South Bend Cubs have renewed their partnership with Weigel Broadcasting Co. and will broadcast 49 regular-season games on WMYS, MyMichiana. This will be the sixth consecutive season South Bend...
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Shirley J. Donaldson

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March 5, 2020

Shirley J. Donaldson, 85, passed away at 7:10 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at Pilgrim Nursing Home, Plymouth. Shirley was born July 7, 1934 in Toledo, Ohio to Harry Edward and Josephine Annetta (Bishop) Fisher, died March 3, 2020. She grew up in Toledo, Ohio.  After her father passed away when she was...
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Marshall County Health Department Offers Preventative Steps To Avoid Influenza and Corona Virus

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March 4, 2020

The Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) would like to assure the public that there is a local plan in place for COVID-19 (Corona Virus). MCHD is monitoring the status of the COVID-19 virus frequently and attend weekly webinar meetings lead by the Indiana State Department of Health. MCHD would like to remind the community...
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Link To Hope Annual Dinner Meeting and Fundraiser

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March 4, 2020

  Link to Hope will host their 3rd annual dinner meeting and fundraiser on Saturday, April 4th at Christo’s Banquet Center on Lincolnway East in Plymouth. Link to Hope offers assistance to those in our county who need assistance with prescriptions, rent, utilities and transportation to shelters.  They also link those requesting assistance with other organizations...
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The Cat In The Hat Visits Miller’s

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March 4, 2020
The Cat In The Hat Visits Miller’s

As Miller’s residents sat down to play BINGO on Monday afternoon they were surprised by a special quest that arrived to play BINGO with them.  In honor of Theodor Geisel’s birthday, the ever popular CAT IN THE HAT arrived to say hello, pass out goldfish crackers and pose for pictures.  You may recognize Theodor...
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TAX SEASON IS ALMOST OVER AND TIME TO SHRED THOSE OLD RECORDS

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March 4, 2020

The Marshall County Recycle Depot is hosting a spring confidential paper document shredding event for Marshall County residents and businesses on Saturday, April 4 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m.   Citizens should bring their confidential documents for shredding to the Recycle Depot at 1900 Walter Glaub Drive in Plymouth. The service is free...
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Marshall County Economic Development Corporation’s Beginning Business Retention Interviews

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March 4, 2020

An integral part of Marshall County Economic Development Corporation’s mission is the work of retaining the current businesses in Marshall County. Part of helping to strengthen the Marshall County economy is talking to and listening to local businesses. The Business Expansion And Retention (BEAR) program that MCEDC utilizes is a formal industry standard questionnaire...
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Governor Holcomb Names Thacker As Fire Marshal

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March 4, 2020
Governor Holcomb Names Thacker As Fire Marshal

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced he has selected Plainfield Fire Chief Joel Thacker to serve as the Indiana state fire marshal. “Chief Thacker has risen through the ranks to bring 28 years of fire and emergency response experience to the position of Indiana fire marshal,” Gov. Holcomb said. “In his new role, he...
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Young Joins Bipartisan Letter Urging Secretary Pompeo To Oppose China’s Bid To Lead U.N. World

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March 4, 2020
Young Joins Bipartisan Letter Urging Secretary Pompeo To Oppose China’s Bid To Lead U.N. World

 U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), along with Senators Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), and Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), sent a letter urging Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to oppose China’s leadership in the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and take the necessary diplomatic steps to ensure our allies and partners do the same...
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Walorski Requests Information On Expansion Of Steel And Aluminum Tariffs

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March 4, 2020
Walorski Requests Information On Expansion Of Steel And Aluminum Tariffs

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) sent a letter to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross expressing concerns over the recent expansion of section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum to include certain derivative articles. She requested information about the legal justification for the expansion, how the new tariffs will address Chinese overcapacity, how it was determined...
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Supreme Court Should Preserve States’ Authority To Fight Rising Drug Costs

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March 4, 2020
Supreme Court Should Preserve States’ Authority To Fight Rising Drug Costs

Attorney General Curtis Hill said today that states must be permitted to regulate pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) in order to fight soaring prescription drug costs. In a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court, he and 45 other attorneys general are supporting efforts by the state of Arkansas to defend this prerogative. While few people...
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What’s Your Opinion 3-4-20 (Laura Mann co-host/Headstart)

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March 4, 2020


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Tech Talk 3-3-20

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March 4, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 3-3-20 (Bob Barcus co-host/Commissioner Mike Burroughs)

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March 4, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 3-2-20 (Allie Shook)

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March 4, 2020


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