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Several Donnelly Provisions Included in Bipartisan Bill Aimed at Combating Opioid Abuse

September 18, 2018
Several Donnelly Provisions Included in Bipartisan Bill Aimed at Combating Opioid Abuse

Several of U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s provisions passed the Senate Monday as part of bipartisan legislation that would help combat the opioid epidemic. The Opioid Crisis Response Act (OCRA) passed with broad bipartisan support on a 99-1 vote. Donnelly’s provisions would improve access to opioid abuse treatment services and help speed up the approval of non-opioid...
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WALORSKI STATEMENT ON DEBATE AGREEMENT

September 18, 2018
WALORSKI STATEMENT ON DEBATE AGREEMENT

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Monday released the following statement after an agreement was reached for debates to be hosted by WNDU and WSBT: “Debates are vital to our democracy, and I welcome this opportunity to discuss the issues that matter most to Hoosier families. As a lifelong Hoosier, I spend every day fighting for the...
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Pollution Prevention Week is time to celebrate achievements, commit to new actions

September 18, 2018
Pollution Prevention Week is time to celebrate achievements, commit to new actions

To honor environmental achievements and spur the renewed commitment of business, industry, citizens, and government, Governor Eric J. Holcomb has issued a proclamation designating September 16 to 22, as Pollution Prevention Week in Indiana. Indiana’s proclamation coincides with National Pollution Prevention Week, also observed the third week of September. “Technological innovations are allowing more industries to...
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Card Game WAR Teaches Triton Students Less Than, Greater Than and Equal To

September 18, 2018
Card Game WAR Teaches Triton Students Less Than, Greater Than and Equal To

Ms. Finley’s class at Triton Elementary School had a fun time using a deck of cards and a game of WAR to learn greater than, less than and equal to last week. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “Our kindergarten students are off to a great start to their school year. They are learning so much...
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Plymouth Fire Called to Sycamore Street for Smoke in Home

September 18, 2018
Plymouth Fire Called to Sycamore Street for Smoke in Home

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a call of smoke in a home on Monday afternoon at 4:23. When firefighters arrived on scene they searched for the cause of the smoke and found a small fire in the crawlspace of the home at 1215 Sycamore Street. The fire did not get into any structural...
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Pat Walters Ask Commissioner for Attention on Fir Road

September 18, 2018
Pat Walters Ask Commissioner for Attention on Fir Road

 Pat Walters who lives on Fir Road near Bourbon is not happy with a lot of things happening on his road.  First he asked the County Commissioner why the berm wasn’t done on Fir Road as part of the paving project.  He said there are quite a few spots breaking down on the edge...
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Rochester Woman Passed Out in Vehicle Arrested

September 17, 2018
Rochester Woman Passed Out in Vehicle Arrested

Saturday morning, September 15th just after 6:00 AM officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a female subject passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle at 9C and Tulip Road. Once on scene officers made contact with 30 year old Nicole White of Rochester. After an investigation it was discovered White...
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THE 11TH ANNUAL MARSHALL COUNTY SENIOR EXPO OCT. 18TH

September 17, 2018
THE 11TH ANNUAL MARSHALL COUNTY SENIOR EXPO OCT. 18TH

Great things are ahead at this year’s Marshall County Council on Aging’s Senior Expo!  This year’s Expo will be on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th at Plymouth High School, #1 Big Red Drive in Plymouth. The 2018 Senior Expo will once again feature FREE admission, over 50 vendors, refreshments, entertainment, tons of door prizes and health...
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Drainage Board Approves Work at Aquatics Center

September 17, 2018
Drainage Board Approves Work at Aquatics Center

The Marshall County Drainage Board continues to work with the contractor on the Aquatics Center project along the Schuh Ditch. County Surveyor Craig Cultice said the original plan was to discharge the groundwater into a detention basin and then into the storm sewer line before going into the ditch.  On August 23rd the engineer...
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Senator Head: Text-to-911

September 17, 2018
Senator Head:  Text-to-911

Through the Indiana Statewide 911 Board, Indiana is the only state where 911 operators can initiate texts after receiving a disconnected or dropped 911 call. State Senator Randy Head said, “Indiana’s dispatch centers now receive an average of between 500 and 600 text-to-911 contacts every day, according to the Statewide 911 Board.” The senator...
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