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Updated: School Delays & Closings

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January 31, 2021
Updated: School Delays & Closings

Argos Community Schools – closed Monday e-learning day Bremen Public Schools – 2 hour delay Monday Culver Community Schools – closed Monday NO ELEARNING Grace Baptist School – closed Monday Plymouth Community Schools – closed Monday  e-learning day Oregon-Davis School Corporation – closed Monday e-learning day The Crossing in Plymouth – 2 hour delay...
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Senator Stacey Denato: Improving Local Government Accountability

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January 31, 2021
Senator Stacey Denato: Improving Local Government Accountability

For nearly a year, local health departments have had to make many tough decisions, like putting limitations on gatherings and businesses, due to COVID-19. Senator Stacey Denato said, “Regardless of how you might feel about our community’s local health orders during this pandemic, I believe many of us can agree that such major policies...
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Argos Considers Fire Protection Territory

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January 31, 2021

Thursday evening members of the Argos Town Council, representatives from Green and Walnut Townships and citizens of Argos had the opportunity to learn about the possibility of creating a Fire Protection Territory. The idea of a Fire Protection Territory will help Argos EMS who has been experiencing a number of missed calls for assistance...
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SJHS vaccine clinic relocating to increase capacity

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January 31, 2021
SJHS vaccine clinic relocating to increase capacity

Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) began vaccinating health care workers in St. Joseph and Marshall Counties on Dec. 18, 2020. Since December, SJHS has partnered with the state to vaccinate the growing list of eligible Hoosiers. In the 43 days since vaccinations began, SJHS has put 11,745 shots in arms and 3,207 people have...
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SUNDAY UPDATE: HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

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January 31, 2021
SUNDAY UPDATE:  HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

The Indiana Department of Health Sunday announced that 1,750 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 626,682 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. Seven new cases were posted for Marshall...
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Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

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January 31, 2021
Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building. The commissioners will have several items to review including the USI Consultants agreement for bridge 120 and the 2021 Road Program.  Evelyn Shields from WIC will present the WIC Certified Professional Authority contract and Doug...
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Young Statement On Biden Abortion Actions

January 31, 2021
Young Statement On Biden Abortion Actions

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) issued the following statement regarding the Biden Administration’s executive actions to promote abortions in the U.S. and abroad: “Reversing pro-life policies enacted during the Trump Administration sends a false message to the world of how little we value the lives of the unborn. We should not be using federal...
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Department Of Revenue Recognized Nationally As A Top Workplace

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January 31, 2021
Department Of Revenue Recognized Nationally As A Top Workplace

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR), a two-time winner of the IndyStar Top Workplaces award, has now been recognized at the national level as a Top Workplace USA for 2021. This national recognition was announced today by Energage™. This prestigious award is based solely on an anonymous survey of DOR employees that measures several...
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Coaches Corner 1-30-21

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January 30, 2021


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Plymouth vs. Northridge 1-29-21 (Boys basketball)

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January 30, 2021
Plymouth vs. Northridge 1-29-21 (Boys basketball)


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North Judson runs past Culver

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January 29, 2021
North Judson runs past Culver

North Judson runs past Culver NORTH JUDSON — North Judson had a big night and took a conference win over Culver by a 71-26 final. Lilliann Frasure had 29 points to lead North Judson. Maddie Shedrow paced Culver with 15. •NORTH JUDSON 71, CULVER 26 at North Judson Culver 2 6 17 26 NJ 20...
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Pioneer easily past LaVille

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January 29, 2021
Pioneer easily past LaVille

Pioneer easily past LaVille LAKEVILLE — Pioneer took an HNAC win on the road at LaVille by a 61-29 final. Faith Rock had 10 to lead the Lady Lancers, Lucy Sherk had nine. •PIONEER 61, LAVILLE 29 At Lakeville Pioneer — Mackenzie Walker 6, Madison Blickenstaff 9, Olivia Brooke 6, Brooklyn Borges 6, Hailey Cripe...
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Glenn falls to Adams

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January 29, 2021
Glenn falls to Adams

Glenn falls to Adams WALKERTON — Glenn’s varsity battled all night but fell at home to Adams 64-47. The shorthanded Falcons got big contributions from Vinny Flaharty and Silas Kaser in big spots to keep Adams within reach. Carter Yung put together an extremely efficient night pouring in 22 points for Glenn •ADAMS 64, GLENN...
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Raiders rain threes in win over Plymouth

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January 29, 2021
Raiders rain threes in win over Plymouth

  MIDDLEBURY — It was a night to remember for Northridge and a night that Plymouth would like to forget as the Raiders came out red hot and never cooled in an 89-49 win over the Pilgrims. Northridge’s Trevor Brown set the tone for the game literally seconds after the opening tip taking a...
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Friday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

January 29, 2021
Friday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Friday that 2,647 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 622,625 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. Marshall County reported 16 new individuals tested...
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BMV Announces Two-Hour Closure February 4th

January 29, 2021
BMV Announces Two-Hour Closure February 4th

All Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle (BMV) branches will be closed Thursday, February 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. to engage in planned programming intended to foster a diverse, highly skilled, and professional workforce. All branches will resume regularly scheduled business hours on Thursday, February 4, at 10:30 a.m. For a complete list...
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Winter Storm Watch For Saturday Evening Into Sunday Evening

January 29, 2021
Winter Storm Watch For Saturday Evening Into Sunday Evening

The National Weather Service in North Webster has issued a Winter Storm Watch for counties in northern Indiana beginning Saturday afternoon and remaining in effect until Sunday Afternoon. THREAT: Heavy snow is likely with total accumulations of between 5 to 9 inches possible. IMPACTS: Snow covered roads will lead to hazardous driving conditions Saturday...
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Earning College Credit In High School Saves Families And Taxpayers Millions

January 29, 2021
Earning College Credit In High School Saves Families And Taxpayers Millions

More than 60 percent of 2018 high school graduates earned college credit in high school through dual credit or Advanced Placement (AP), with a combined potential economic impact of almost $160 million annually for students and the State of Indiana. This is according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education’s 2021 Early College Credit...
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Young Helps Reintroduce 20-Week Abortion Ban

January 29, 2021
Young Helps Reintroduce 20-Week Abortion Ban

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today joined Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and 42 other Senators to reintroduce the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The legislation would provide common-sense protections for unborn children at 20 weeks after fertilization, a point at which there is significant scientific evidence that abortion inflicts tremendous pain on the unborn....
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What’s Your Opinion 1-29-21

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January 29, 2021


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