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Poor Handmaids Presented Community Spirit Award

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July 13, 2014
Poor Handmaids Presented Community Spirit Award

The Catch the Spirit Gala hosted by Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center- Plymouth on July 11 celebrated the Congregation of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ and their service to the community and health system. The Community Spirit Award has been given to Marshall County residents since 1998 who exemplify the spirit of Saint...
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SJRMC ER Expansion Named in Honor of Daisy and John Oliver

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July 13, 2014
SJRMC ER Expansion Named in Honor of Daisy and John Oliver

The 17th annual “Catch the Spirit Gala” held at Swan Lake Resort on July 11 will assist thousands of those in the community for many years to come. The proceeds from the event will benefit the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center-“Investing in our Community”- emergency room expansion campaign. The facilities slated to be completed...
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County’s Health Insurance Costs Could Increas up to 25%

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July 13, 2014
County’s Health Insurance Costs Could Increas up to 25%

07/14/14 Last week the Marshall County Commissioners did not get good news from their Health Insurance Consultants, the Healy Group. Tony Nyers said, “It’s been a tough year on the health plan and that will have an impact on your renewal.” On a positive not he said county employees are using the ER substantially...
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City Meetings Monday Evening

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July 13, 2014
City Meetings Monday Evening

07/14/14 The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The first time of business will be opening bids for the Beerenbrook and West Jefferson Streets storm sewer project. The board will also...
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Busy Agenda for County Council Meeting

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July 13, 2014
Busy Agenda for County Council Meeting

07/14/14 The Marshall County Council will have a busy meeting this morning (7/14/14) starting at 9. Their agenda includes Annette Osborn, WIC (Women’s, Infant & Children) Coordinator will request a position name change. Osborn will discuss the state mandate to make the change. Wes Burden from the Health Department will seek approval to submit...
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Ford Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

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July 11, 2014
Ford Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges

On Friday, July 11th at approximately 12:55 A.M. an officer with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle on US 30 near the intersection of US 31. During the investigation it was determined that the driver of the vehicle, 22 year old Dustin Ford of Plymouth, was under the...
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FOP 195 Pack-A-Backpack Collection Underway

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July 11, 2014
FOP 195 Pack-A-Backpack Collection Underway

Although we are in the middle of summer, Plymouth F.O.P 195 is already thinking about back-to-school. The annual Pack-A-Backpack campaign is underway. The F.O.P. will be collecting school supplies and back-packs for children in the Argos, Bourbon, Bremen, Culver, LaVille and Plymouth Schools. School supplies and backpacks will be distributed to the various school...
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Bremen Police Weekly Report

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July 11, 2014
Bremen Police Weekly Report

The Bremen Police Department weekly report for Friday, July 4th through Thursday, July 10th consisted of officers issuing six traffic citations and eleven traffic warnings. The Offense Report for the Bremen Police Department listed one violation for each of the following offences: Operator Never Licensed, Driving While Suspended with a prior charge, Battery, Public...
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Learn to Make Cards at Miller’s Senior Living

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July 11, 2014
Learn to Make Cards at Miller’s Senior Living

Helen Bick of Plymouth who is well-known for her beautiful, hand-crafted cards leads card-making classes on the first Monday of each month at Miller’s Senior Living Community. Her Monday class is dedicated to cards that are glued and decorated with pre-cut card stock pieces. She also teaches embroidery stitching cards every – other month...
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GOVERNOR PENCE URGES CONGRESS TO BLOCK PROPOSED EPA REGULATIONS

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July 11, 2014
GOVERNOR PENCE URGES CONGRESS TO BLOCK PROPOSED EPA REGULATIONS

Indianapolis—Thursday day Governor Mike Pence called on Members of the Indiana Congressional Delegation to support legislative efforts that would block or prevent implementation of the EPA’s proposed regulations on carbon dioxide emission from existing and new power plants. “The Obama Administration has already put in place regulations on power plants that will increase the...
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