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Young Leads Effort To Defend Indiana-Grown Salmon

November 29, 2020
Young Leads Effort To Defend Indiana-Grown Salmon

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) sent a letter with members of the Indiana delegation to the Appropriations Committees voicing concern against provisions and unnecessary regulatory requirements that unfairly target bioengineered salmon. The letter warns such action against Indiana-grown Salmon would harm the state of Indiana and the future of biotechnology. “Provisions unfairly targeting the bioengineered...
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AG Curtis Hill: Federal Courts Must Settle Whether Public-Nuisance Laws May Be Used To Target Energy

November 29, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: Federal Courts Must Settle Whether Public-Nuisance Laws May Be Used To Target Energy

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court requesting that federal courts settle the question of whether federal public-nuisance laws may properly be used to target fossil-fuel companies for their alleged role in global climate change. A federal circuit court previously remanded a case that pits several energy...
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Winter Storm Watch Goes Into Effect Tonight

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November 29, 2020
Winter Storm Watch Goes Into Effect Tonight

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WATCH FOR OUR AREA THAT GOES INTO EFFECT LATE TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING…  WHAT…Heavy lake effect snow possible. Total snow accumulations in heavier lake effect snow bands in excess of 6 inches possible. Winds could gust as high as 40 mph and be accompanied by...
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Coaches Corner 11-28-20

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November 28, 2020


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Plymouth vs. Glenn 11-25-20 (Boys basketball)

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November 28, 2020


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Plymouth vs. Logansport 11-24-20 (Girls basketball)

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November 28, 2020


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Friday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

November 27, 2020
Friday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

 The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 5,700 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 324,537 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. Marshall County reporting 38 new positive indiviuals...
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INDOT Northwest Hosting Hiring Event For Snow Plow Drivers

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November 27, 2020
INDOT Northwest Hosting Hiring Event For Snow Plow Drivers

The Indiana Department of Transportation will be holding state-wide Winter Seasonal Worker Hiring Event on Thursday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. local time. In the Northwest District, hiring events will be held at the following location: Plymouth Sub District – 2845 Commerce St. (aka, Jack Greenlee Dr.), Plymouth, IN 46563 | Click...
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AG Curtis Hill Announces $17.5 Million Settlement With The Home Depot

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November 27, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Announces $17.5 Million Settlement With The Home Depot

Attorney General Curtis Hill Tuesday announced that he and 46 other attorneys general have obtained a $17.5 million settlement from Georgia-based retailer The Home Depot. The settlement resolves a multistate investigation of a 2014 data breach that exposed the payment card information of approximately 40 million Home Depot consumers nationwide. Under this settlement, Indiana...
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Changes to Bourbon’s Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

November 27, 2020
Changes to Bourbon’s Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

Due to the new Guidelines set forth By Governor Eric Holcomb on November 15th and with the recommendation of the County Health Department, the Christmas Tree Lighting in Bourbon will be modified slightly. The Christmas Tree Lighting and Santa’s arrival in Bourbon will be Live-Streamed on the Town Of Bourbon’s Facebook page. Residents can...
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HHS Finalizes Rule Modeled After Young’s Organ Donation Legislation

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November 27, 2020
HHS Finalizes Rule Modeled After Young’s Organ Donation Legislation

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Monday announced it has finalized a proposed rule modeled after legislation introduced by Senator Young to bring greater accountability to the nation’s organ donation system and deliver more lifesaving organs to patients.   “Saving lives must be the number one priority for organ procurement organizations, which are responsible for...
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J & J Quality Meats In Bourbon 1 Of 41 Meat Processors In Indiana Awarded $4 million

November 27, 2020
J & J Quality Meats In Bourbon 1 Of 41 Meat Processors In Indiana Awarded $4 million

Announced Monday, the Indiana State Department of Agriculture awarded $4 million to 41 Indiana meat processing businesses through the Indiana Meat Processing Expansion & Development Grant Program. This funding was allocated to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local and small meat-processing agribusinesses in Indiana. J & J Quality Meats, LLC in Bourbon, Indiana (Marshall...
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Glenn gets opening night win over Pilgrims

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November 27, 2020
Glenn gets opening night win over Pilgrims

PLYMOUTH – Two teams with different scripts to start the new basketball season made their debut on Wednesday night and drew mixed reviews from the critics as Glenn took an opening night win over Plymouth 53-41. “We were a little lax early, we haven’t played a game in nine months and obviously, they haven’t...
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Lincoln eighth takes win over Wawasee

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November 27, 2020

Lincoln eighth takes win over Wawasee SYRACUSE – Lincoln eighth grade boys varsity defeated Wawasee 32-29. Leading Lincoln in scoring was Troy Hundt with 11 points. Kadyn Ellery added nine points and Mason Bales added six points. The win brings Lincoln Boys Varsity to 5-0 on the season. Lincoln 8th Boys JV played a...
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Lincoln seventh splits with Wawasee

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November 27, 2020

Lincoln seventh splits with Wawasee SYRACUSE – Lincoln’s seventh boys basketball team fell on the road against Wawasee 42-14. Nick Manzuk scored eight points, all in the second half to lead Lincoln. The B team got their first win against Wawasee 11-9. The Redstorm only played one half but took advantage of the opportunity....
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Podlin smashes two school records in Bremen win

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November 27, 2020

Podlin smashes two school records in Bremen win BREMEN – Bremen’s girls swimmers defeated Marian 116 to 41. The Lions won the three relays: 200 Medley (2:12.81); 200 Free (2:16.07); and 400 Free (4:21.61). Notable individuals were freshmen Kaia Podlin, Sarah Stine, Audrey Sands, and Sylvia Meyer; and seniors Lauren Miller and Keely Miller....
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Bremen boys swimmers fall to Marian

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November 27, 2020

Bremen boys swimmers fall to Marian BREMEN – The Lion swimmers lost to Marian 87-71. Keegan Miller placed 2nd in the 100 back (1:19.53) and 3rd in the 200 free (2:21.15). Lextin Willis placed 2nd in the 200 IM (2:21.13) and 2nd in the 100 breast (1:09.56). James Wordleman placed 2nd in the 50...
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ISP Investigateing Officer Involved Shooting In LaPorte County

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November 27, 2020
ISP Investigateing Officer Involved Shooting In LaPorte County

Thanksgiving night at 5:15 p.m., the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Department received a report of shots being fired in the area of the 7000-8000 block of C.R. 500 West.  Responding officers were immediately met by gunfire by a suspect, with a police vehicle being struck by the suspect’s gunfire.  The officers returned fire, striking the...
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Plymouth Common Council Approves Memorandum For Tap-Fees

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November 25, 2020
Plymouth Common Council Approves Memorandum For Tap-Fees

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) addressing the utility tap-fees for the new Manufacturing Center. The agreement allows the MCEDC to defer payments for the utility tap-fees until the new facility is occupied and utilities are to be...
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Tuesday Night Crash On US 30 In Construction Zone

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November 25, 2020
Tuesday Night Crash On US 30 In Construction Zone

Tuesday evening at approximately 5:15 P.M. Officer’s with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a two-vehicle accident on US 30. It was determined that a 2019 Kia Rio, operated by Emily Bocko of Bourbon, was stopped due to construction in the eastbound lane of US 30 east of Pioneer Drive. A 2020 Freight liner,...
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