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Walorski Votes to Send Farm Bill to President’s Desk

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December 13, 2018
Walorski Votes to Send Farm Bill to President’s Desk

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday released the following statement after voting for final passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act (H.R. 2), a five-year Farm Bill reauthorization: “Family farmers are the backbone of America, and their hard work keeps safe, nutritious, and affordable food on our tables. This bipartisan Farm Bill strengthens critical protections for Hoosier...
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AG Curtis Hill Warns Hoosiers Against ‘Free Trial’ Scams

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December 13, 2018
AG Curtis Hill Warns Hoosiers Against ‘Free Trial’ Scams

Attorney General Curtis Hill today warned Hoosiers to beware of “free trial” scams proliferating on the internet. These ads, often featuring fake celebrity endorsements, frequently tout products promising to help people improve their physical well-being by losing weight, looking younger or increasing energy. Over the last 10 years, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has...
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Miller’s Open House A Huge Success

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December 13, 2018
Miller’s Open House A Huge Success

Miller’s Assisted Living’s Holiday Open House and Festival of Trees proved to be a huge success this past Sunday.  A record number of guests took part in voting for their favorite tree as well as enjoying music provided by Fred Walker of Baroda, Michigan.  The facility dietary department offered many delicious homemade snacks throughout...
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Dragons to honor champs of 1978-79

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December 13, 2018
Dragons to honor champs of 1978-79

ARGOS – The 1978-79 class at Argos may have been the best ever in Marshall Co athletically, and for sure with Argos. The boys won the 1978 State Soccer Championship with a 5-2 win over Carmel HS. Then in the winter they became the smallest school since Milan to advance to the One-Class Final...
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Shop With A Cop Re-Auction Thursday morning at 9:30 on WTCA

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December 13, 2018
Shop With A Cop Re-Auction Thursday morning at 9:30 on WTCA

The WTCA Shop With A Cop Radio Auction with Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 last Friday was another success.  While the final numbers are not in, we raised about $14,000. This money will be used to take less fortunate children in Marshall County shopping.  It will also provide gifts for 25 clients at Marshall Starke...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Construction Project

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December 12, 2018
Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Construction Project

Members of the Plymouth Community School Board were updated on the new Lincoln Junior High School construction project during their meeting Tuesday night. A representative from Skillman, the construction company on the project said work progress in the last month was slowed by the weather.  The masonry bearing walls in the two-story classroom wing...
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Mishler to Chair Senate Committee on Appropriations

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December 12, 2018
Mishler to Chair Senate Committee on Appropriations

Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) has been appointed by Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray (R-Martinsville) to chair the Senate Committee on Appropriations for the 121st Indiana General Assembly. “I am proud to continue serving as head of this committee,” Mishler said. “As chair, I have the responsibility of spearheading the Senate’s efforts to craft...
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Benton Harbor Woman Arrested by Plymouth Police on Multiple Charges

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December 12, 2018
Benton Harbor Woman Arrested by Plymouth Police on Multiple Charges

On Sunday, December 9th at approximately 9:45 in the evening, 26 year old Kaiya Turner of Benton Harbor was stopped by city police on a traffic stop near the intersection of North Michigan and Klinger Streets. After an investigation by Officer Arnold, Ms. Turner was arrested for OWI on Controlled Substance with a juvenile...
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Bourbon Town Council Handles Business

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December 12, 2018
Bourbon Town Council Handles Business

Tuesday evening the Bourbon Town Council approved a lease of 74 acres for farming with Chad Nifong. The new lease will be in effect until January 31, 2021. A revised trash ordinance with Republic Services will mean a small monthly increase for Bourbon household trash pickup. According to Kim Berger, clerk /treasurer, the fee...
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TOPP Motorsports Donates Over $8,000 to Bow Foundation

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December 12, 2018
TOPP Motorsports Donates Over $8,000 to Bow Foundation

TOPP Motorsports in Rochester Tuesday announced a donation of just over $8,000 to The Bow Foundation, a rare disease charity that TOPP partnered with for the 2018 season to raise awareness and fundraising efforts for the charity. The team donated an exact total of $8,064.30, as a percentage of the teams 2018 winnings. The...
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