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Walorski Statement on President Obama’s Executive Action on Guns

January 5, 2016
Walorski Statement on President Obama’s Executive Action on Guns

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) issued the following statement in response to the President’s executive action on guns announced Tuesday: “President Obama continues to ignore the system of checks and balances by going around the legislative branch. His latest executive action is yet another example of his deplorable overreach. This time he...
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South Bend Woman Arrested Following Sunday Crash

January 5, 2016
South Bend Woman Arrested Following Sunday Crash

Following a crash on Sunday, January 3rd a South Bend woman was arrested on multiple charges. The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to the area of 5C and Hawthorn Road about 5:30 Sunday evening for a single vehicle crash.  Deputy Bragg located 48 year old Charlene Teeter at the scene.  During the investigation...
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Solid Waste to Investigate Recycling Program for Multi-Family Residential Units

January 5, 2016
Solid Waste to Investigate Recycling Program for Multi-Family Residential Units

The Board of Directors for the Marshall County Solid Waste District Management Agency asked director, Marianne Peters to look recycling in the multi-family residential units in the county. Peters told members, “that is probably the biggest lag nationwide.”  She said property managers of these types of units, including manufactured home parks and apartment complexes...
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INDOT Investment in Roads and Bridges Exceeds $1 Billion in 2015

January 5, 2016
INDOT Investment in Roads and Bridges Exceeds $1 Billion in 2015

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announced today that the agency’s 2015 construction season resulted in an investment of more than $1 billion in State and Local road, bridge, trail, and traffic safety projects. The mix of federal and state transportation funding along with funds from Governor Mike Pence’s Major Moves 2020...
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UCC PLANS “CHURCH CAFÉ” DURING WINTER MONTHS

January 5, 2016
UCC PLANS “CHURCH CAFÉ” DURING WINTER MONTHS

The First United Church of Christ, 321 North Center Street in Plymouth, beginning January 10th, plans to provide breakfast at 10:00 a.m. each week as a part of their Sunday morning schedule.  To conserve energy costs, the congregation will be holding a “cozier” worship service in a space smaller than the 150-year-old sanctuary.  Since...
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Guyse Honored by Miller’s Merry Manor

January 5, 2016
Guyse Honored by Miller’s Merry Manor

Miller’s Merry Manor in Plymouth recently honored one of their long time volunteers. John Guyse has been volunteering for 10 years at Miller’s Merry Manor, spending many hours with the residents whether it is going for a walk, enjoying one-on-one time or helping with activities.  Gwen Calvert, Director of Healthcare Development said, “John is...
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Aspiring Entrepreneurs Wanted

January 5, 2016
Aspiring Entrepreneurs Wanted

The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) and SCORE Indiana have partnered to invite local, aspiring entrepreneurs to kick off the New Year by attending The Fundamentals of Small Businesses Workshop. The event will be held at the MCEDC offices, located at 2864 Miller Drive in Plymouth on Wednesday, January 6th, 2016 from 9am-11am....
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LJH Storm Radio Received 9 Nominations to Intercollegiate National Broadcasting Competition

January 4, 2016
LJH Storm Radio Received 9 Nominations to Intercollegiate National Broadcasting Competition

This past weekend in New York City, finalists were announced for the 76th Intercollegiate National Broadcasting Awards. This year, nine Lincoln Junior High Storm Radio student groups were announced as finalists in the high school/middle school division. Lincoln is currently the only junior high radio station broadcasting 24/7 in the United States. The radio...
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McKesson-Golba Flees During Warrant Service

January 4, 2016
McKesson-Golba Flees During Warrant Service

A Plymouth woman fled from county police on Sunday, January 3rd as they attempted to serve a warrant for her arrest. Marshall County Officer Jonathan Bryant went to the residence of 37 year old Constance Rae McKesson-Golba about 5:10 Sunday evening to serve a warrant for Failure to Appear on a misdemeanor charge.  McKesson-Golba...
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Rough Draft of Park’s 5-year Plan Available

January 4, 2016
Rough Draft of Park’s 5-year Plan Available

Members of the Plymouth Park Board have a rough draft copy of the 5-year Park and Recreation Master Plan and Monday evening Park Superintendent Mike Hite said the rough draft will be available at the Park Office and hopefully in the Library for the public’s review. The plan was revised by board members Laura...
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