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Donnelly: Every Child Achieves Act Would Reform No Child Left Behind Law, Enhance Early Childhood Education

July 17, 2015
Donnelly: Every Child Achieves Act Would Reform No Child Left Behind Law, Enhance Early Childhood Education

Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Thursday helped the Senate pass the bipartisan Every Child Achieves Act, which would reauthorize and update the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The bill, which would overhaul the flawed No Child Left Behind law, passed the Senate with support from both parties, 81-17. The bill would help ensure students receive a high-quality...
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Lake Max Triathlon Registration

July 17, 2015
Lake Max Triathlon Registration

Registration is still open for one of the highlights of a Culver summer. The Lake Max Triathlon will be Saturday, Aug. 8. Lake Maxinkuckee, the Culver Academies campus, and the Culver community provide the ideal setting for competition and a weekend of fun. Early registration runs through July 28. Lake Max is a USAT-certified triathlon. It...
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Tri-Way to Host 1st Pars for Paws Big Cup Fundraiser for Humane Society

July 17, 2015
Tri-Way to Host 1st Pars for Paws Big Cup Fundraiser for Humane Society

The Tri-Way Golf Club will be hosting the first Pars for Paws Big Cup Fundraiser for the Marshall County Humane Society. Golfers and sponsors are needed for this fun-filled day on Saturday, August 22nd. Golfers can participate in the “Purr”fect Putting Contest or the “Yipping” Chipping Contest.  They can tee off from the “Catnip...
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Heat Advisory in effect from Noon to 9pm on Saturday

July 17, 2015
Heat Advisory in effect from Noon to 9pm on Saturday

National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory that will go into effect beginning at noon on Saturday until 9 pm. A Heat Advisory means that a period of hot temperatures is expected.  Temperatures will rise into the 90′s Saturday. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a situation...
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Gibson Honored As One Of The 2015 Indiana Companies To Watch

July 17, 2015
Gibson Honored As One Of The 2015 Indiana Companies To Watch

Gibson has been recognized as one of the 2015 Indiana Companies to Watch, an awards program presented by the State of Indiana and the Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (OSBE) and endorsed by the Edward Lowe Foundation. Twenty companies from Indiana will be honored as outstanding second-stage companies during the seventh annual Indiana...
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Miller’s Hosts Senior Day at the Fair

July 17, 2015
Miller’s Hosts Senior Day at the Fair

Miller’s Senior Living Community hosted Senior Day at the Marshal County 4-H Fair on Thursday, July 16th.  Marshall County Seniors were invited to the fair to play BINGO. Following BINGO the crowd or over 125 were treated to a lunch of hot dogs, chips, cookie and a drink.  Miller’s staff and volunteers served the...
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Bremen Post First Sergeant Gary Coffie Celebrates 35 Years with Indiana State Police

July 17, 2015
Bremen Post First Sergeant Gary Coffie Celebrates 35 Years with Indiana State Police

Indiana State Police First Sergeant Gary Coffie was recently presented his 35 year longevity pin at a ceremony that took place in Indianapolis.  Coffie was presented his pin and plaque by Indiana State Police Superintendent Doug Carter. Coffie graduated from the state police academy in July 1980.  His career began with an assignment to the...
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Beautiful Baby Winners at 4-H Fair

July 17, 2015
Beautiful Baby Winners at 4-H Fair

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth hosted their annual Beautiful Baby Contest on Monday during the Marshall County 4-H Fair. Winners in the various categories are:   Girls: 0-6 months: 1st – Hadlee Flosenzier, 2nd – Delaney Arriaga, 3rd – Sadie Blanch   7-12 months: 1st – Paislee Brockus, 2nd – Emilia Marie Cannon, 3rd – Adysen Isley   1-2...
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Night Swim at Plymouth Public Pool

July 16, 2015
Night Swim at Plymouth Public Pool

Plymouth Park Department has announced a Summer Night Swim. The Plymouth Public Pool will be open to the public this Friday evening from 7 until 10 to allow citizens to take a dip under the starry sky. Admission for the Night Swim at the Plymouth Pool is $3 for city residents and $5 for...
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Marshall County Economic Development Corporation 2014 Annual Report

July 16, 2015

Thursday, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) releases its 2014 Annual Report. This year’s report details improvements made by economic development within each community and across Marshall County. The MCEDC is proud of the new direction it is taking, allowing the corporation to better fulfill its mission of expanding and diversifying the economy...
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