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Ripley Comments on County Employees Working 7/5

July 2, 2010

Over the past two years, our Marshall County employees have been informed that they will not receive a raise, will have their health insurance costs increased, have lost 2 paid holidays, and are required to clean their own offices.  Regardless of the spin that the county commissioners and council are trying to sell on...
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June 30, 2010

Early in the last Plymouth City elections the candidates were publishing their very limited preliminary background information. At that time, the only distinguishing attributes published for the now Mayor Senter were that he was a retired State Policeman and a Boy Scout leader. Since I had no previous knowledge of Mayor Senter or his...
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M.C. Health Department Thanks Community for Cooperation

June 18, 2010

Dear Speak Out, We at the Marshall County Health Department would like to take this opportunity to thank the community and local school corporations for their cooperation and partnership with us in our endeavor to get children in grades 6 through 12 vaccinated to the new state requirements. In January the State released a...
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Ripley Comments on Council Decision

March 12, 2010

03/12/10 The Marshall County Council decided to no longer accept public comments or questions until the end of each meeting.  This change eliminates our ability to proactively participate in our local government. Before each council meeting, an agenda is created and distributed.  The meeting agenda includes a brief description of the actions the council...
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