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Walorski Votes to Subpoena Department of Veterans Affairs

May 8, 2014
Walorski Votes to Subpoena Department of Veterans Affairs

WASHINGTON D.C. – Due to reports of continuing consult delay problems and patient deaths at numerous VA Medical Centers (VAMC) around the country, Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), met with fellow members of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Thursday morning and voted to subpoena records from the Department of Veterans Affairs.   “This morning,...
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Walorski Statement on Committee Passage of the National Defense Authorization Act

May 8, 2014
Walorski Statement on Committee Passage of the National Defense Authorization Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), a member of the House Armed Services Committee (HASC), released the following statement after H.R. 4435, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2015, passed out of the Armed Services Committee. The NDAA, which is the annual bill to authorize defense spending, now heads to...
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City Street Paving Project Update

May 8, 2014
City Street Paving Project Update

Wednesday evening Walsh and Kelly updated the City of Plymouth Street Paving Project.   Garro Street and LaPorte Street will have their finish paving done by noon Thursday.  South Michigan Street driving lanes should be paved by Thursday night and West Jefferson Street will be milled by Thursday night.  Jefferson Street will be milled by...
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Heminger House Needs Help from the Community

May 8, 2014
Heminger House Needs Help from the Community

05/08/14 One of the founders of the Heminger House Shelter for Women and Children, Laura Mann is making a plea for financial assistance to citizens of Marshall County.  The following is a letter submitted by Mann to everyone in the county.    Dear Friends~ In 1999, Dean Byers and I shared a dream.  Our...
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Facilities Study of Plymouth School Buildings Reveal Long List of Concerns

May 7, 2014
Facilities Study of Plymouth School Buildings Reveal Long List of Concerns

The Plymouth School Board heard the results of a facilities study that was commissioned in late 2013. Presenting the report to the Board was Dr. Ed Eiler and John Sayers of Administrator Assistance of West Lafayette, IN. Components of the study included tours of the buildings in the corporation, meeting with administrators and staff,...
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Sheriff Releases April Activity Report

May 7, 2014
Sheriff Releases April Activity Report

05/08/14 Operating While Intoxicated was the number one reason people were lodged in the Marshall County Jail in April.  Marshall County , Tom Chamberlin released his monthly report of the Top Ten Offenses.  Continuing down the list you’ll find Failure to Appear, Marijuana, Driving While Suspended, Theft and Operator Never Licensed.  Other reasons included...
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Stamp Out Hunger

May 7, 2014
Stamp Out Hunger

Stamp Out Hunger is the country’s largest single-day food drive and it is once again taking place here in Plymouth. Created by the National Association of Letter Carriers 22 years ago in response to the need they saw every day on their routes, Stamp Out Hunger has provided food to an estimated 30 million...
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Indiana State Police will be participating in “Click It or Ticket” to Boost Seat Belt Use – Day and Night Campaign

May 7, 2014
Indiana State Police will be participating in “Click It or Ticket” to Boost Seat Belt Use – Day and Night Campaign

Motorists who refuse to wear their seat belts – beware. Indiana State Police today announced that Indiana’s 2014 “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement campaign will begin Friday, May 9th and continue until June 1st. This national mobilization will also take place over the Memorial Day holiday period and is supported by thousands...
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Bremen Man Arrested as Fugitive of Justice

May 7, 2014
Bremen Man Arrested as Fugitive of Justice

05/08/14 On Monday, May 5th at approximately 4:35 P.M. an officer with the Bremen Police Department conducted a traffic stop on 31 year old Christopher B. Hurley of Bremen.  Hurley was stopped for operating an ATV on city streets which is in violation of a city ordinance. It was discovered then that Mr. Hurley...
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Brown Bag Lunch event at Museum Features Argos Teacher

May 7, 2014
Brown Bag Lunch event at Museum Features Argos Teacher

Bring your sack lunch to the May 9thSecond Friday Brown Bag Lunch event at the Marshall County Museum from noon – 1 PM featuring Portia Wampler, kindergarten teacher at Argos Elementary School, and Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship recipient.  Portia has been a lover of old houses, antiques and crafts since she was a young...
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