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Wintery Mix Predicted For The Weekend With Lake Affect To Start Us Out Next Week

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January 16, 2020
Wintery Mix Predicted For The Weekend With Lake Affect To Start Us Out Next Week

The next storm system will be arriving late Friday afternoon brining snow (1-3 inches) before it transitions to a  mix of sleet and freezing rain (less than.10 inches) late Friday night into Saturday morning.  The mix should become all rain by noon on Saturday. IMPACT:  Hazardous driving conditions may lead to an increase in...
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Bourbon Town Council Voted To Change The Ordinance for Rental Fees

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January 15, 2020
Bourbon Town Council Voted To Change The Ordinance for Rental Fees

 The Bourbon Town Council voted 3-0 Tuesday evening to change the ordinance for rental fees for the Matchette Center and the Park. It was noted that they would now be under one ordinance. Rental fees for the Matchette Center were discussed and where fees would be paid. That matter was tabled until the February...
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Bourbon Town Council’s First Meeting of 2020

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January 15, 2020
Bourbon Town Council’s First Meeting of 2020

The Bourbon Town Council made a number of changes during their first meeting of 2020. New board member, Ward Byers, was elected president. Byers officially took office on January 1. The board voted unanimously to approve Alex Hoover as the town attorney.   Hoover is from the Nappanee office of Walter Law Office. All department...
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Statement from State Sen. Ryan Mishler

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January 15, 2020
Statement from State Sen. Ryan Mishler

“During the 2019 legislative session, I worked with my colleagues to pass our state’s next two-year budget, which featured an increase of $763 million toward K-12 education, including $150 million to pay down schools’ pension liabilities.   “This evening in his State of the State address, Gov. Holcomb recommended that in Indiana’s next budget, the...
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Walorski Sends Gov. Holcomb Update on Family First Law to Transform Child Welfare Systems

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January 15, 2020
Walorski Sends Gov. Holcomb Update on Family First Law to Transform Child Welfare Systems

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) this week sent a letter to Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb providing an update on the Family First Transition Act, which was recently signed into law. The bipartisan law co-authored by Walorski will provide resources and flexibility to help states like Indiana transform their child welfare systems. Indiana is projected to receive...
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Young Applauds Recent Jobs Report

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January 15, 2020
Young Applauds Recent Jobs Report

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) highlighted the latest jobs report during the Senate Republican leadership press conference. “Friday’s Jobs Report provided some more good news for the people of Indiana and all across America. Let me read some brief numbers here. The unemployment rate held steady at 3.5 percent in December – 145,000 new jobs...
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Governor Holcomb’s 4th State of the State Features Teacher Pay, Adoption Support

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January 15, 2020
Governor Holcomb’s 4th State of the State Features Teacher Pay, Adoption Support

Governor Eric J. Holcomb on Tuesday delivered his 2020 State of the State address to a joint convention of the Indiana General Assembly. The governor focused on his commitment to bold ideas that will improve the health, safety and well-being of Hoosiers. “Thanks to the energy, ingenuity and hard work of Hoosiers across our...
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Miller’s Senior Self Defense Class

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January 15, 2020
Miller’s  Senior Self Defense Class

Miller’s Assisted Living recently hosted a Senior Self Defense Class for their residents and guests from the community. Chip Dean Owner of Integrity Academy of Martial Arts; Instructor, Angela Drake; and Student, Joe Choquette conducted the self-defense class.  Dean began by explaining the most important part of self defense is being aware of your...
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PHS freshman orientation

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January 15, 2020
PHS freshman orientation

Parents and students who make up the class of 2024 are invited to attend the annual PHS Freshmen Orientation program, Wednesday, January 15, at Plymouth High School. The evening will begin with a PHS Information Fair from 5:45 to 6:15 p.m. followed by the annual Freshmen Orientation program in the PHS auditorium beginning at...
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Plymouth Common Council Listened to Presentation on Issuing City ID’S

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January 14, 2020
Plymouth Common Council Listened to Presentation on Issuing City ID’S

During their regular meeting on Monday, January 13, the Plymouth Common Council heard a presentation on the possibility of issuing city IDs (Identity Document).  Presenting the purpose and management of the new type of identification was Ed Rodriguez and a representative from La Casa de Amistad. Other Indiana cities, including South Bend and Goshen,...
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No Serious Injuries in US 31 Crash

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January 14, 2020
No Serious Injuries in US 31 Crash

On Monday, January 13, 2020, an Indiana State Police trooper responded to a single-vehicle crash on US 31 involving a pickup truck and trailer rolling over in a watery ditch. A preliminary investigation conducted by Trooper Rodd Schuh indicated that, around 1:20 P.M., 54 year old, George Piper, of Plymouth was driving a maroon...
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State Senator Stacey Donato Votes To Pass Senate Bill 2

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January 14, 2020
State Senator Stacey Donato Votes To Pass Senate Bill 2

State Senator Stacey Donato (R-Logansport) made the following statement Monday regarding the Senate’s passage of Senate Bill 2, which would hold K-12 schools harmless for the 2019 and 2020 test scores: “In the months leading up to the 2020 legislative session, I spent a considerable amount of time touring schools and meeting with local...
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Triton’s School Boards First Meeting of 2020

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January 14, 2020
Triton’s School Boards First Meeting of 2020

On Monday, January 13th ,The Triton School Board held their first meeting of 2020. The first agenda item was to elect officers for the year. By unanimous vote, the board chose to retain the same officers that served in 2019. Officers include: Terri Barnhart, president; Kevin Miller, vice-president; and Steve Stichter, secretary. Barnhart will...
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Plymouth Fire Chief Miller Presents 2019 Activity Report

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January 14, 2020
Plymouth Fire Chief Miller Presents 2019 Activity Report

Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller presented members of the Board of Public Works and Safety with the 2019 Departmental Activity Report Monday evening during the city meeting. Firefighters responded to 7 chemical release calls last year, 12 combustible spills or leaks, 3 crop fires, 10 electrical wiring problems, 1 excessive heats call, 1 explosion...
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AG Curtis Hill Assails Effort to Overturn Entire Slate of Indiana Abortion Laws

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January 14, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Assails Effort to Overturn Entire Slate of Indiana Abortion Laws

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week filed a brief in U.S. district court refuting arguments by Whole Woman’s Health Alliance that 25 sections and sub-sections of Indiana law dealing with abortion are unconstitutional. “Indiana’s abortion regulations are carefully designed to further our important and legitimate interests in expressing respect for fetal life and promoting...
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Senator Young Will Vote Against Politically Charged Kaine Resolution, but Reiterates Support for Congressional Oversight of Use of Military Force

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January 14, 2020
Senator Young Will Vote Against Politically Charged Kaine Resolution, but Reiterates Support for Congressional Oversight of Use of Military Force

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today announced he will vote against moving forward on a politically charged version of Senator Tim Kaine’s (D-Va.) war powers resolution in order to continue working on revisions. Senator Young and Senator Kaine are working together to develop a revised war powers resolution, which removes political language and addresses...
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Miller’s Hosting For Your Health

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January 14, 2020
Miller’s Hosting For Your Health

Miller’s Assisted Living Facility continues their FOR YOUR HEALTH series into the year 2020.  Christy Crawford, RN and Health Education Specialist of Miller’s Health Systems was the facilitator during January’s meeting. Crawford’s topic “What Does Medicare Cover?”  was well received by the audience of residents and guests.  The audience asked many questions.  FOR YOUR...
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County Council reorganizes

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January 13, 2020

Members of the Marshall County Council held their first meeting of the new year.  The first order of business was the reorganization of the board.  Judy Stone was nominated to retain her position as President of the Council while Penny Lukenbill was nominated to retain her position as Vice President of the Council. The...
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Plymouth Man Arrested On Outstanding Warrants

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January 13, 2020
Plymouth Man Arrested On Outstanding Warrants

On Friday, January 10th at 3:15 P.M. Officer Beatty with the Plymouth Police Department  along with  the Marshall County Drug Task Force located 20 year old, Tyler L Wenzel of Plymouth in the area of the 2,100 block of North Oak Drive.  Wenzel was taken into custody and arrested for outstanding Warrants out of...
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Chance to serve motivates Krupp’s run for Attorney General

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January 13, 2020
Chance to serve motivates Krupp’s run for Attorney General

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth native Adam Krupp currently the head of the Indiana Department of Revenue came to Plymouth Monday to announce his candidacy for the Republican Party nomination for Attorney General. “The last three years have been incredible,” said Krupp. “It’s been a very special and emotional time for me at the Department of...
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