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Prevent Child Abuse M.C. Launches Safe Sleep Campaign

February 10, 2016
Prevent Child Abuse M.C. Launches Safe Sleep Campaign

As you may have heard in recent months, Marshall County has embarked upon a large but important task in the child welfare realm: that of PREVENTION of child maltreatment.  Prevent Child Abuse Marshall County began forming in late September and is now a chartered council of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana thanks to the support...
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Walorski: HUD Rule is a Big Win for the RV Industry

February 10, 2016
Walorski: HUD Rule is a Big Win for the RV Industry

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02), co-founder of the Congressional Recreational Vehicle Caucus, issued the following statement after the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Tuesday released their proposed rule for Recreational Vehicles (RVs) that exempts RVs from being incorrectly classified as a manufactured home, an issue Walorski has worked on since being elected...
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New Tech Network Names Innovation Academy @ Riverside for the second year in a row a National Demonstration Site Exemplary School

February 10, 2016
New Tech Network Names Innovation Academy @ Riverside for the second year in a row a National Demonstration Site Exemplary School

New Tech Network (NTN) announced that Innovation Academy @ Riverside, for the second year in a row has been selected as a National Demonstration Site in the New Tech Network (NTN).  Innovation Academy @ Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth epitomized the best example of the New Tech mission – to help students gain the...
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O’Keefe Returns to Bremen Post after Year-Long Military Deployment

February 10, 2016
O’Keefe Returns to Bremen Post after Year-Long Military Deployment

The Indiana State Police welcome back Trooper Patrick O’Keefe after a year-long deployment with the National Guard in the Middle East.  Trooper O’Keefe is assigned to the Bremen Post in Marshall County and joined the state police in 2011. O’Keefe, a Bremen native, has been a member of the Indiana Army National Guard for...
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O’Keefe Wins $1,000 from Bremen H & R Block

February 10, 2016
O’Keefe Wins $1,000 from Bremen H & R Block

Lisa Scott (left), tax professional consultant at the Bremen H & R Block presented Colleen O’Keefe (right) with a check for $1,000. O’Keefe is the latest winner in the H&R Block 1,000 people win $1,000 a Day Sweepstakes. H&R Block is giving away a total of $32 million in the first month of tax...
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Miller’s Announces Mardi Gras King & Queen

February 10, 2016
Miller’s Announces Mardi Gras King & Queen

Miller’s Assisted Living Community held their Mardi Gras Celebration on Fat Tuesday, February 9th.  The celebration is an annual event in which the public is invited to attend a Cajun buffet.  The Mardi Gras Jesters and the Lovely Mardi Gras Ladies arrived just in time to hand out Mardi Gras beads and other tokens...
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NIPSCO Introduces New Ways for Customers to Save Energy

February 10, 2016
NIPSCO Introduces New Ways for Customers to Save Energy

NIPSCO Tuesday announced a lineup of newly available and popular energy efficiency programs to help customers save energy and manage their bills. “Customers want the ability to save energy and money each month, and these programs make it easy to do that,” said Violet Sistovaris, NIPSCO executive vice president. “We encourage all of our...
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Marshall County Under “Advisory” Level Travel Advisory

February 10, 2016
Marshall County Under “Advisory” Level Travel Advisory

Due to blowing and drifting snow primarily on north-south county roads, an “Advisory” Level Travel Advisory as been put into place in Marshall County. An “Advisory” Level is the lowest level and simply means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation and individuals should use caution...
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Bourbon Town Council Supports Local Business Expansion

February 10, 2016
Bourbon Town Council Supports Local Business Expansion

Following a public hearing last night, the Bourbon Town Council approved a ten year personal and real property tax abatement for Harmony Press, taking action in support for local business expansion and economic growth. This abatement was supported by the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC). The Council conducted a public hearing confirming action...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Awards Quote

February 9, 2016
Plymouth Board of Public Works Awards Quote

Monday night the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety awarded the quote for the cemetery’s mini excavation.  Mike Collins from the cemetery department recommended the quote from Bobcat of Warsaw for $62,858.92.  Collins noted that the piece of equipment is in this year’s budget at $63,000. The Board of Works also accepted the...
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