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County Council Reverses Decision on Exempt vs Non-Exempt Employee Status

November 29, 2016
County Council Reverses Decision on Exempt vs Non-Exempt Employee Status

During a special meeting on Tuesday, the Marshall County Council revisited its decision to make a couple of county employees eligible for overtime pay. Federal regulations at the Department of Labor that were to take effect December 1 would have required the County to pay salaried employees making less than $47,476 overtime. During their...
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Donnelly Statement on Carrier News to Keep Hundreds of Jobs in Indiana

November 29, 2016
Donnelly Statement on Carrier News to Keep Hundreds of Jobs in Indiana

Washington, D.C. –U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement about the news that Carrier plans to keep hundreds of jobs in Indiana. Donnelly said, “This is welcome news for the Hoosier workers who will keep their jobs, and I’m eager to learn the specific details of the agreement. For many months I have been fighting...
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INDIANA WIC COMPLETES ROLLOUT OF ELECTRONIC BENEFIT CARDS

November 29, 2016

Indiana health officials announced Tuesday that Women, Infants and Children (WIC) programs in all 92 counties are now using electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards instead of paper checks, streamlining the WIC shopping experience. WIC participants are now able to swipe their new EBT card enter their personal pin number and shop for groceries anywhere...
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Donnelly Announces He Will Oppose Nomination of Tom Price for HHS Secretary

November 29, 2016
Donnelly Announces He Will Oppose Nomination of Tom Price for HHS Secretary

Washington, D.C. – Tuesday, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly announced that he will vote against Congressman Tom Price, a leader in pushing for Medicare privatization, who has been nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to serve as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Price, the current House Budget Committee Chairman, was an architect of the Republican...
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Monterey Woman Wins $15,000 at Auto Park in Plymouth

November 29, 2016
Monterey Woman Wins $15,000 at Auto Park in Plymouth

Yes, People really do win with those advertisements that come in the mail.  They seem so easy, just scratch off here and match the number and you win….right? Well, a Monterey woman found out on Tuesday that it’s not just a gimmick.  82 year old Queen Curry took the Auto Park mailer she received...
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Fundraising Christmas Expo for Pebbles Wiremen this Saturday

November 29, 2016
Fundraising Christmas Expo for Pebbles Wiremen this Saturday

Pebbles Wiremen is a 1992 graduate of Plymouth High School.  A car accident changed he life forever and now she travels to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD for treatments. Pebbles suffers from chronic daily migraines that leave lesions on her brain and a pseudo-tumor cerebri.  The treatments for her illness cause many other...
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WNIT to feature “Our Town: Plymouth” on Thursday Night

November 29, 2016
WNIT to feature “Our Town: Plymouth” on Thursday Night

The City of Plymouth will be the shinning feature of the WNIT documentary titled “Our Town: Plymouth” on Thursday, December 1st at 8.p.m. The Our Town series is all about these towns and the people within them who help tell the stories of what makes their special corner of the world unique.  On Friday...
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M.C. Church Orchestra Performs “A Classical Christmas” Concert at Hamlet Church Dec. 1st

November 29, 2016
M.C. Church Orchestra Performs “A Classical Christmas” Concert at Hamlet Church Dec. 1st

The Marshall County Church Orchestra recently presented the community with a special concert to get the holidays started on a happy note.  Under the direction of Don Harness the 40 piece orchestra presented “A Classical Christmas”. “A Classical Christmas” was hosted by Plymouth Knights of Columbus #1975.  Refreshments were provided by Miller’s Assisted Living...
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Hoosiers Encouraged to Keep Safety in Mind When Putting Up Holiday Decorations

November 29, 2016
Hoosiers Encouraged to Keep Safety in Mind When Putting Up Holiday Decorations

While putting up decorations this holiday season, the Indiana State Fire Marshal, part of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, encourages Hoosiers to keep fire safety in mind. A large portion of home fires during the holiday season are a result of holiday lights and unattended candles. Holiday lights and decorations should be carefully...
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Special Turkey Visits Miller’s Assisted Living

November 29, 2016
Special Turkey Visits Miller’s Assisted Living

Tomasina Turkey made her annual pilgrimage to Miller’s Assisted Living the day before Thanksgiving.  Tomasina visited with residents and staff and posed for pictures with her friends.  She also urged everyone to consider eating FISH for Thanksgiving dinner!! Here you see Tomasina beak to nose with Miller’s resident Sue Gay!  This was Sue’s first...
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