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Senate Republicans Announce 2016 Legislative Agenda

January 13, 2016
Senate Republicans Announce 2016 Legislative Agenda

Last week, the Indiana Senate Republican Caucus announced its legislative agenda for the 2016 session. The agenda outlines some of the Senate Republicans’ top priorities for the 2016 legislative session. The agenda includes: Senate Bill 67: Funding Our Local Roads Senate Bill 302: Supporting Economic Development Senate Bill 200: Fairness in School Accountability Senate Bill 290:...
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Adoption Records Bill Passes 10-0 in Senate Judiciary Committee

January 13, 2016
Adoption Records Bill Passes 10-0 in Senate Judiciary Committee

Wednesday, Indiana’s adult adoptees cleared a major hurdle in their quest to obtain sealed birth records. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-0 in favor of Senate Bill 91, which if passed would give adult adoptees from Indiana’s “closed records” period access to their original birth certificate and adoption records. Advocates from Hoosiers for Equal...
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Walorski Votes to Protect Hoosier Farmers, Taxpayers from Burdensome Government Regulations

January 13, 2016
Walorski Votes to Protect Hoosier Farmers, Taxpayers from Burdensome Government Regulations

Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement after the House voted to disapprove the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule by passing a bill that would nullify the rule: “President Obama continues to ignore the will of hardworking Hoosiers by expanding government regulation over ponds, ditches, and streams across Indiana. This rule will...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE HOOSIERS TO STAY SAFE THIS WINTER

January 13, 2016
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE HOOSIERS TO STAY SAFE THIS WINTER

As temperatures drop, state health officials are reminding Hoosiers to take steps to prevent injuries while clearing driveways and sidewalks of snow and ice. “Winter can be a fun time, but it can also be dangerous,” said State Health Commissioner Jerome Adams, M.D., M.P.H. “Activities like shoveling snow can provide a good workout, but...
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Virginia M. Chapman – 73 – of Inwood

January 12, 2016
Virginia M. Chapman – 73 – of Inwood

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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City Board Awards Fixed Fuel Pricing for 2016

January 12, 2016
City Board Awards Fixed Fuel Pricing for 2016

The newly organized Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meet Monday evening with members Michael Delp, Shawn Grobe, Jeff Houin, Shiloh Fonseca ad Mayor Mark Senter.  The other council member: Duane Culp, Don Ecker and Gary Cook only serve on the Common Council.    The Board of Public Works first order of business...
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Plymouth Police Make Arrests

January 12, 2016
Plymouth Police Make Arrests

Early Sunday morning about 1:45 Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller stopped a vehicle at the intersection of Oak Drive and Ritter Street. The driver, 23 year old Michael P. Burk of Wheatfield was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher. On Monday, January 11th Assistant Police Chief...
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M.C. Hot Air Affair Donates to Boys & Girls Club

January 12, 2016
M.C. Hot Air Affair Donates to Boys & Girls Club

Marshall County Hot Air Affair, the hot air balloon event during the Marshall County Blueberry Festival is a not-for-profit organization.  Recently board members Jim Kunze and Bill Walters presented a financial donation to Billie Treber, Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County.  Treber said Boys and Girls Clubs across America are...
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County Council Approves Request to Fill Vacancies

January 12, 2016
County Council Approves Request to Fill Vacancies

The Marshall County Council approved requests from three department heads to fill vacancies.    County Prosecutor Nelson Chipman three deputy prosecutors, one paid by the state and two paid through local funds.  He has a recent vacancy and was granted permission to fill the position. Wes Burden from the County Health Department told the...
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Two PHS Robotics Teams Advance to State Championship & U.S.

January 12, 2016
Two PHS Robotics Teams Advance to State Championship & U.S.

This past Saturday, the PHS Robotics teams traveled to Jay County High School in Portland, Indiana for the Jay County Border Wars Nothing But Net Competition. 35 teams competed across the state and six of those teams were from Plymouth High School. PHS Teams 586A and 586B teamed up and both brought home Tournament Championship...
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