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GOVERNOR PENCE ANNOUNCES COST-SAVING MEASURES

December 9, 2013
GOVERNOR PENCE ANNOUNCES COST-SAVING MEASURES

  INDIANAPOLIS— 12/10/13 Governor Mike Pence today announced the state will take a number of cost-saving measures in light of the November revenue report, which shows state revenue is $141 million lower than projected this fiscal year. The state will require agencies to hold back an additional 1.5 percent of their appropriations, sell the...
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Prosecutor Holmes Won’t Seek Relection

December 8, 2013
Prosecutor Holmes Won’t Seek Relection

  12/09/13 Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, David R. Holmes, announced Sunday that he would not be a candidate for re-election in 2014.  Holmes noted he was first elected in 1970 and that he would be 71 years old when he completes his current term. The filing period for the next election begins after the...
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Freezing Rain Advisory issued by National Weather Service

December 8, 2013
Freezing Rain Advisory issued by National Weather Service

  12/09/13 National Weather Service has issued a “Freezing Rain Advisory” in effect until 7am on Monday. Periods of freezing rain or freezing drizzle are expected across the area tonight. This event will cause hazardous driving conditions. Be prepared for slippery roads. If you must travel, be sure to give yourself additional time to...
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Plymouth Schools Selected “Apple Distinguished Program”

December 8, 2013
Plymouth Schools Selected “Apple Distinguished Program”

12/09/13 The Plymouth Schools have received official notice of being selected as an Apple Distinguished Program. Plymouth Community School Corporation Assistant Superintendent Dan Funston said, “The Apple Distinguished Program designation is reserved for programs that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate a clear vision for exemplary learning environments.” He added,...
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WALORSKI CONGRATULATES BREMEN DARE GRADUATES

December 8, 2013
WALORSKI CONGRATULATES BREMEN DARE GRADUATES

  12/09/13 Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Friday joined the Bremen community to congratulate local students graduating from the Bremen DARE program.  In a ceremony held at Bremen High School, Walorski delivered remarks to students from Bremen Schools and St. Paul’s Lutheran on the importance of leading a drug-free life for our families and communities....
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Save Up to 75% on Prescription Medication

December 8, 2013
Save Up to 75% on Prescription Medication

  12/09/13 In partnership with FamilyWize, United Way of Marshall County provides prescription drug discount cards to individuals and families who have no prescription insurance or whose insurance does not cover certain brand name medications.  Cards are available through local pharmacies, the United Way of Marshall County office, and local agencies.  An electronic version,...
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Beware Of Holiday Season Phone Scams

December 8, 2013
Beware Of Holiday Season Phone Scams

  12/09/13 The Indiana State Police would like to warn the public about a phone scam that has been reported recently in central Indiana, but happens annually all across the state. Recently some elderly residents have been swindled out of money by out of country con artists that are calling from phone numbers in...
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County Council Meeting Postponed

December 8, 2013
County Council Meeting Postponed

  12/09/13 Marshall County Auditor Penny Lukenbill announced the postponement of Monday’s County Council meeting.    She said, “The Pilot News missed inserting our additional appropriations ad on Thursday, making it necessary to postpone the County Council’s December 9 meeting to Tuesday, December 17.” 
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Donnelly Continues Call for Congress to Help, Not Hurt, Economy

December 8, 2013
Donnelly Continues Call for Congress to Help, Not Hurt, Economy

  12/09/13 In case you missed it, Politico reported Friday that though our economy is recovering, government dysfunction could continue to threaten economic growth.  According to Politico, Wall Street economists still rate government dysfunction as the leading risk factor for our economy.   “Washington has tried very hard this year to crush the economy...
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Judge Bowen Revokes Defendant’s Probation and Imposes the Entire Remainder of Ten Year Sentence

December 5, 2013
Judge Bowen Revokes Defendant’s Probation and Imposes the Entire Remainder of Ten Year Sentence

12/06/13 Gregory Mullins, 35, of Plymouth, was previously sentenced on January 6, 2010 to 10 years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Corrections, with credit for time served and good time credit prior to sentencing.  Four years of that sentence was suspended, and after his release from prison on February 7, 2012 he was...
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