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TIME TO SIGN UP FOR CARDINAL ELF

November 19, 2017
TIME TO SIGN UP FOR CARDINAL ELF

Looking to volunteer to buy gifts for clients of a nonprofit this holiday season? Check out the Cardinal Elf, a project of Cardinal Services. Cardinal is seeking members of the community to buy holiday gifts for a person with a developmental disability served by Cardinal. You will receive information about an adult served by...
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Marshall County Bar Association Unveils Plaque for Courthouse Art Contest

November 18, 2017
Marshall County Bar Association Unveils Plaque for Courthouse Art Contest

Earlier this summer, the Marshall County Bar Association, in cooperation with the Heartland Artist Gallery and several other groups, participated in a Marshall County Courthouse Art Project. The project involved a contest to select an original work of art depicting the County Courthouse that would be submitted to a collection of images depicting all 92 Indiana...
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1981 Mishawaka cold case is focus of Paula Zahn program this Sunday

November 18, 2017
1981 Mishawaka cold case is focus of Paula Zahn program this Sunday

The story of two Mishawaka, Indiana church organists who were murdered a few miles apart in 1981, will be the focus of Paula Zahn’s national television program devoted to ‘cold cases’ at 10 p.m. this Sunday evening on the Investigation Discovery Channel. The story, entitled “Deadly Hymn” will feature St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Commander Tim Corbett...
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Donnelly, Hoeven Announce Bipartisan Legislation to Help Address Opioid Abuse in Rural Communities

November 18, 2017
Donnelly, Hoeven Announce Bipartisan Legislation to Help Address Opioid Abuse in Rural Communities

U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and John Hoeven (R-ND), announced bipartisan legislation aimed at combating substance use disorders in rural communities. The bill would direct the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Health and Safety Education Competitive Grants Program to give priority to applicants in rural communities that would use the grants for substance...
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Sheriff Hassel Urges Citizen to Be Responsible if Drinking During the Holidays

November 18, 2017
Sheriff Hassel Urges Citizen to Be Responsible if Drinking During the Holidays

This time of year, everyone seems to be dusting off old traditions as they begin to celebrate the holiday season. There is, of course, lots of family and friends, complete with turkey and all the fixings. Next comes ugly sweater parties, white elephant gift exchanges, company events, mistletoe and eggnog, and perhaps a Die...
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Thanksgiving Food Prices Increase in Indiana after Significant Price Decline in 2016

November 17, 2017
Thanksgiving Food Prices Increase in Indiana after Significant Price Decline in 2016

Hoosiers will pay significantly more for their Thanksgiving meal this year, when comparing prices to 2016, according to Indiana Farm Bureau’s annual Thanksgiving market basket survey. The average cost for a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 this year, including 12 traditional food items, is $50.88 or approximately $5.08 per person. The INFB Thanksgiving market basket...
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LJHS Students Perform with Northern Indiana All Region Orchestra

November 17, 2017
LJHS Students Perform with Northern Indiana All Region Orchestra

  Nine Lincoln Jr. High School orchestra students along with Jodi Kallenberg, the Director of Orchestral Studies for Plymouth Community School Corporation, traveled to Goshen Middle School for the Indiana Chapter of the American String Teachers Association Northern Indiana All Region Orchestra on Saturday, November 11. The students were selected as the top students...
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Walorski Votes for Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

November 17, 2017
Walorski Votes for Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement after supporting H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which passed the House by a vote of 227 to 205: “Hardworking Hoosiers send too much of their hard-earned money to Washington and spend too much time figuring out their taxes. Today we are one...
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Donnelly’s Provision Requiring a Strategy to Confront North Korea Heads to President Trump’s Desk

November 17, 2017
Donnelly’s Provision Requiring a Strategy to Confront North Korea Heads to President Trump’s Desk

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s provision requiring a comprehensive strategy from the Administration and the Department of Defense to confront the threat posed by North Korea is heading to the President’s desk to be signed into law. His provision was included in the final national defense bill that passed the Senate today. Donnelly helped negotiate...
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City Council Considers Tax Abatement for River Gate South

November 17, 2017
City Council Considers Tax Abatement for River Gate South

On Monday night the Plymouth City Council took the first step it the tax abatement process for the River Gate South residential housing development at South Michigan and Lake Streets. Developer for the project, Scott Sivan and Jerry Chavez, CEO and President of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation appeared before the city council...
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