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Listener Question for Congressman Donnelly

November 10, 2011

Ask why our President is touring America in a Canadian Made RV? Tom Flynn Response:  The Secret Service made the decision to purchase two buses from a Quebec-based manufacturer because they produced the only model that could support the weight of security and communication equipment the Secret Service needs.  President Obama has used one...
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MAKING WAVES, November 2011

November 7, 2011
MAKING WAVES, November 2011

11/08/11 For the past thirty-one consecutive days in October, I made a concerted effort to wear the breast cancer color, pink.  While this was no easy task, neither is living with cancer.  Wearing pink every day constantly reminded me that cancer never takes a break. I can’t believe it’s already November – National Pancreatic...
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Former Citizen’s Incident in Downtown

November 4, 2011

Hello,   My name is Susan and I am a former resident of Plymouth.  I was in town this past week, visiting my family.  I was shopping the downtown area  during the day while my kids and grandkids were at work and school.  A tall gentleman threw his cigarette butt out towards the road,...
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The End of Culver?

November 3, 2011

A Culver group warns of near apocalyptic consequences should the proposed NextEra Wind Farm be approved.  Humans may suffer headaches, blurred vision, dizziness, depression, etc.  Farm animals may become sick, die, suffer birth defects, decreased dairy and egg production, etc.  Birds, bats, butterflies, fish, etc. may be killed or abandon the area.  Yes, even...
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Concerned Property Owners of Southern M.C.

November 1, 2011

11/02/11 The October 24th What’s Your Opinion show on WTCA featured four guests who are land owners with NextEra wind turbines on their property. The show host questioned the landowners regarding various nuisances the turbines may pose such as noise, shadow flicker, environmental and local economic impact, etc. To our surprise, after doing some...
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What country needs now is tax reform to revive economy

October 21, 2011

Twenty-five years ago this week, President Ronald Reagan defied the political odds and signed into law sweeping legislation that simplified and reformed the U.S. Tax Code. Recognizing that he needed bipartisan support, Reagan worked with both a Democratic-led House and a Republican-led Senate to make tax reform a reality. The bipartisan bill resulted in...
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Jobs’ Legacy for the Creative Class

October 9, 2011

10/10/11 Never in history has the death of a CEO made such an impact in American lives. While the top broadcasting channels interrupted the evening’s regular scheduled programs, 90 seconds after Twitter friends broadcasted the passing Steve Jobs, I was driven to share a tribute to a man who lead the way for creatives like me giving...
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MAKING WAVES Donors think of Kanzius Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 6, 2011
MAKING WAVES Donors think of Kanzius Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The concept of electing to undergo a double mastectomy, when diagnosed with what is essentially “stage zero” cancer, is one that is foreign to most women. However, as comedian Wanda Sykes revealed recently on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” it is a reflection of the frightening nature of cancer, and all of the associated and...
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PHS Soccer Game Sadness

September 26, 2011

09/27/11 My husband and I were at the soccer game Thursday night where the mayor had a proclamation and Ounce of Prevention handed over a $4,500 check to Evan Glaub, Kim Nelson and Kathy Record for the Nancy Jaynes Scholarship Fund. It was a Pink, Breast Cancer Awareness Nigh and Tribute to Nancy Jaynes....
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The Man Who Refused to Fall Victim to Cancer

September 19, 2011

09/20/11 Every day, more than 4,000 Americans are diagnosed with cancer. In 2002, a Pennsylvanian named John Kanzius was one of those Americans when he was diagnosed and heard those devastating words, “You have cancer.” That day, John refused to fall victim to this disease. While undergoing treatment, John witnessed children experiencing the awful...
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