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SJRMC Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling Upholding the Affordable Care Act

June 28, 2012
SJRMC Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling Upholding the Affordable Care Act

  06/29/12 With a belief that access and coverage for all is both a moral and practical imperative, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) is pleased with the Supreme Court’s decision, based on an initial read of the ruling. While we do not believe the Affordable Care Act to be perfect, it advances the...
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Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

June 28, 2012
Improperly Discarded Cigarettes are Leading Cause of Unintentional Grass Fires

  06/29/12 The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Indiana State Police are reminding Hoosiers that proper disposal of cigarettes and safe handling of fireworks is critical to avoid accidentally starting a fire. “Two-thirds of Indiana’s counties have issued burn bans and numerous jurisdictions have placed restrictions on the use of fireworks because dry...
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Sally & Friends at Miller’s last Tuesday of every Month

June 28, 2012
Sally & Friends at Miller’s last Tuesday of every Month

   06/29/12 Sally & Friends arrived at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Tuesday, June 26th wearing their red, white and blue.  They were prepared to play patriotic music while the audience sang along from the song sheets Ed Hasnerl passed out.  They began with patriotic favorites such as “My Country ‘Tis of Thee”, “This...
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Help Operation Quiet Comfort during your 4th of July Holiday

June 28, 2012
Help Operation Quiet Comfort during your 4th of July Holiday

  06/29/12 You may have heard by now that Marshall County has extended the burn ban indefinitely and included a ban on private and public fireworks.  That means that if it doesn’t rain substantially, and there isn’t any in the forecast, we will not be celebrating July 4th with fireworks but we can still celebrate...
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M.C. EMA Warns of Excessive Heat on Thursday

June 27, 2012
M.C. EMA Warns of Excessive Heat on Thursday

   06/28/12 The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning which will be in effect from 11am until 8:00pm on Thursday, June 28.  Air temperatures and heat index values will range from 103 to 107 degrees. This type of excessive heat will pose a risk for heat stress for those with outdoor...
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Ancilla College Celebrated 75th Anniversary with Party

June 27, 2012
Ancilla College Celebrated 75th Anniversary with Party

  06/28/12 Ancilla College celebrated its 75th anniversary with a party on campus June 22nd. Over 100 friends of the college, staff, and community members attended the event, which was broadcast live by WTCA.   Sister Virginia Kampwerth, a former president of the college, was given a commemorative medallion for her service. Singers from the...
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Officer Hite Arrests 2 for Theft

June 27, 2012
Officer Hite Arrests 2 for Theft

  06/28/12 Monday evening Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite received information that 19 year old Alicia N. Lewis of 10B Road in Plymouth had been at a location on Pennsylvania Avenue and taken an X-Box from the residence.  Ms. Lewis had attempted to return the X-Box to the male subject when Officer Hite located...
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“Pedal for Petals” Benefit for America in Bloom of Plymouth

June 27, 2012
“Pedal for Petals” Benefit for America in Bloom of Plymouth

  06/28/12 America in Bloom of Plymouth is hosting its first bicycle cruise “Pedal for Petals” on Saturday, July 28, 2012.  It is a 3 mile cruise through Plymouth’s scenic “Greenway Trail” beginning and ending at Founders Park on Polk Street behind the Coffee Lodge.  Riders may begin anytime after 8 a.m. and have...
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Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

June 27, 2012
Thursday Arrests by Plymouth Police

  06/28/12 On Thursday, June 21st around 1:27pm, Officer Shanna Gilmer of the Plymouth Police Department responded to Martin’s Supermarket on Jefferson Street after receiving a call that a female subject later identified as Sarah B. Hopkins 35, of Grovertown was shoplifting.  After an investigation it was found that Hopkins was also in possession...
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BUSINESS TOOLKITS NOW AVAILABLE TO ASSIST WITH SMOKE FREE AIR LAW

June 27, 2012
BUSINESS TOOLKITS NOW AVAILABLE TO ASSIST WITH SMOKE FREE AIR LAW

   06/28/12 Effective July 1, all Hoosiers will be able to breathe easier. The Indiana Smoke Free Air Law will prohibit smoking in all businesses, except for private clubs, bars, casinos and retail tobacco shops. Indiana will join 39 other states in protecting workers from secondhand smoke in the workplace. Secondhand smoke contains more...
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