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Updated Website Reflects Quality Work Of MCEDC

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September 21, 2020
Updated Website Reflects Quality Work Of MCEDC

Local economic development continues to evolve, and the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) website, www.marshallcountyedc.org, has been updated to reflect that evolution. MCEDC has laid the groundwork for success and is attracting a lot of attention to the area. The MCEDC updated website will improve on how information about Marshall County is delivered...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update

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September 21, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Monday that 535 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 112,027 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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Walorski Supports Upcoming NHTSA Studies To Prevent Illegal Passing Of School Buses

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September 21, 2020
Walorski Supports Upcoming NHTSA Studies To Prevent Illegal Passing Of School Buses

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today backed a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposal to study the best ways to prevent illegal passing of school buses and keep students safe. “The tragic crash in Fulton County that claimed the lives of three precious children and injured a fourth was a wake-up call that...
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Young Receives “A” Rating on Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life Scorecard

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September 21, 2020
Young Receives “A” Rating on Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life Scorecard

Friday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) announced he received an “A” rating on the Susan B. Anthony List’s new National Pro-Life Scorecard. “Our nation is divided on so many issues today, but defending the lives of innocent children should not be one of them. I have long been a champion for life and this...
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AG Curtis Hill: Wildlife in Need animals remain missing, Timothy Stark still at large

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September 21, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: Wildlife in Need animals remain missing, Timothy Stark still at large

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Friday that approximately 161 animals have been removed from the Wildlife in Need (WIN) premises in Charlestown, Indiana over the past week – but that many animals previously seen on the premises remain missing. Officials from the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) have spent the past week at...
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St. Joseph Health Systems Update Visitor Guidelines

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September 21, 2020
St. Joseph Health Systems Update Visitor Guidelines

St. Joseph Health System has recently updated its guidelines for visitors at the hospitals in Mishawaka and Plymouth. Effective immediately one unique visitor will be permitted per day for patients who are not under investigation for or diagnosed with COVID-19. Visitors must meet specific qualifications: Be 18 years old or older Wear a face...
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Miller’s Thespians Present The Golden Girls On Lockdown

September 21, 2020
Miller’s Thespians Present The Golden Girls On Lockdown

  Friday was the last day of National Assisted Living Week.  And as is usual custom, Activity Director Cindy Flagg wrote a three-act skit on the premise of The 1980′s sit-com titled The Golden Girls. This year the skit dealt with the “girls” living in an Assisted Living and how they were dealing with...
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City Council Discusses Full-Time HR Position

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September 20, 2020
City Council Discusses Full-Time HR Position

Members of the Plymouth City Council discussed creating a Human Resources position under the legal department in next year’s city budget. Mayor Senter would like to create a full-time position and have someone on staff to handle hiring, background checks, random drug testing, workman’s comp and required reporting and paperwork and working with employees...
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County Election Board Prepares Mail-Out Absentee Ballots

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September 20, 2020
County Election Board Prepares Mail-Out Absentee Ballots

The Marshall County Election Office was busy last week preparing absentee mail-in ballots to send to registered voters who have requested an absentee ballot for the presidential election on November 3rd. During Wednesday morning’s Marshall County Election Board meeting, Melinda Keilman, Voter Registration Deputy told members that 511 online application requests have been received...
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Utility Work To Close State Road 331

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September 20, 2020
Utility Work To Close State Road 331

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a road closure for State Road 331 between Tyler Rd and Old Indiana 331/U.S. 20 beginning Wednesday, September 23. The road will be closed while NIPSCO removes casing from the gas transmission under the road. State Road 331 is expected to reopen in mid-October, 2020. Drivers should seek...
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

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September 20, 2020
HEALTH DEPARTMENT UPDATES STATEWIDE COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

The Indiana Department of Health Sunday announced that 756 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 111,505 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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Governor Holcomb’s Statement on Passing of US Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg; Directs Flags To Half-Staff

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September 20, 2020
Governor Holcomb’s Statement on Passing of US Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg; Directs Flags To Half-Staff

 Governor Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement  regarding the passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “As a pioneering woman who triumphed in life, fighting for equality and justice for all Americans, tonight Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg takes her place in heaven. She leaves an everlasting legacy for which we can all...
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Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

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September 20, 2020
Commissioners to Meet Monday Morning

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 9:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes opening bids for a County Morgue building that will be built on property near the jail.  Plan Director Ty Adley will conduct a public hearing for the Esther and...
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AG Curtis Hill: Warrant For Alleged Animal Abuser Timothy Stark’s Arrest Was No Surprise

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September 20, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: Warrant For Alleged Animal Abuser Timothy Stark’s Arrest Was No Surprise

Attorney General Curtis Hill believes alleged animal abuser Timothy Stark, director of Wildlife in Need (WIN), got the result he wanted Wednesday afternoon when a judge found him in contempt of court. A warrant has now been issued for Stark’s arrest. “Tim Stark has sought to hamper the wheels of justice at every step...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Residents And Staff Participate In Karaoke And Cookies

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September 20, 2020
Miller’s Assisted Living Residents And Staff Participate In Karaoke And Cookies

On Tuesday of National Assisted Living Week residents and staff were invited to take part in an afternoon of Karaoke & Cookies. Cookies were served while participants selected the songs they wanted to sing. The biggest hit of the day were the Dietary Gals singing such favorites as “Y.M.C.A.”, “Girls Just Want To Have...
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National Rifle Association Endorses Governor Holcomb For Reelection

September 20, 2020
National Rifle Association Endorses Governor Holcomb For Reelection

The National Rifle Association-Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVA) has endorsed Governor Eric Holcomb for a second term – awarding him and Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch with an “A” grade reflecting their strong support for Hoosiers’ Second Amendment rights.   “Hoosiers’ rightful Second Amendment rights are well protected in Indiana by Governor Eric Holcomb,” said John...
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Young Introduces Bill To Improve Treatment For Dialysis Patients

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September 20, 2020
Young Introduces Bill To Improve Treatment For Dialysis Patients

Roughly 37 million Americans suffer from chronic kidney disease (CKD) and more than 726,000 have end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Additionally, approximately 20 percent of traditional Medicare dollars — $114 billion a year — are spent on Americans with kidney disease. Beneficiaries with kidney disease often have complex needs and multiple chronic diseases, and nearly...
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Potential Port Purchase Agreement Withdrawn

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September 19, 2020
Potential Port Purchase Agreement Withdrawn

Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced the state will not move forward with plans to purchase land near Lawrenceburg that was under consideration as a potential site for a fourth port. The Ports of Indiana entered into an agreement in September 2017 to reserve the option to purchase up to 725 acres of land that...
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During Pandemic And Severe Economic Disruption Eli Lilly Looks For Cost-Savings

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September 19, 2020
During Pandemic And Severe Economic Disruption Eli Lilly Looks For Cost-Savings

Community Health Centers (CHCs) are part of the backbone of Indiana’s health care safety-net. Non-profit, community-driven primary health care providers, CHCs serve Hoosiers who are identified as medically under-served and may otherwise have no access to health care. Collectively, Indiana’s CHCs provided primary care services to nearly 600,000 Hoosiers in 2019, nearly 70% of...
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Hoosiers Join Hundreds of Cancer Patients, Survivors Nationwide to Call on Congress: Make Cancer a National Priority

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September 19, 2020
Hoosiers Join Hundreds of Cancer Patients, Survivors Nationwide to Call on Congress: Make Cancer a National Priority

Nearly 700 cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones from all 50 states will dial into calls and log onto virtual meetings this week to ask members of Congress to make the fight against cancer a national priority. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is hosting...
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