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National One-Hit Wonder Day is Sept. 25. Because of that, we are holding a contest asking which one-hit wonder of an era is your favorite from 1970-2019. The winners of each decade will then go head to head! Up this week are the one-hit wonders of the 2000's!

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National One-Hit Wonder Day is Sept. 25. Because of that, we are holding a contest asking which one-hit wonder of an era is your favorite from 1970-2019. The winners of each decade will then go head to head! Up this week are the one-hit wonders of the 90's!

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National One-Hit Wonder Day is Sept. 25. Because of that, we are holding a contest asking which one-hit wonder of an era is your favorite from 1970-2019. The winners of each decade will then go head to head! Up this week are the one-hit wonders of the 80's!

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National One-Hit Wonder Day is Sept. 25. Because of that, we are holding a contest asking which one-hit wonder of an era is your favorite from 1970-2019. The winners of each decade will then go head to head! Up this week are the one-hit wonders of the 70's!

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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer met with President hopeful Joe Biden. The former vice president hasn't announced who he would be running with for the November election so this week's poll asks who you would like to see next to Joe Biden.

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With the second round of the stimulus checks being discussed, this week's poll asks the question: How much should each American get?

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Sunday, July 19 is National Ice Cream Day. In honor of the day that celebrates that tasty frozen treat, tell us what flavor is your favorite!

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Since the Back on Track plan for Indiana is reaching Phase 5, planned for July 4, the poll asks if you believe the State of Indiana should advance to it.

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Restaurants, starting Monday, May 11, will be allowed to open up for dine-in service. They may do so with 50% seating capacity and following specific guidelines from county and state health departments. Will you be visiting your favorite restaurant for dine-in this week?

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Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced the five stage plan to reopen Indiana. Called Back on Track Indiana, the plan details the five stages that will lead to fully opening the state. For most of the state, Stage Two begins Monday, May 4. Do you agree with the plan?

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Last weekend, President Trump tweeted about reading a "phony story in the failing" New York Times about his work ethic and eating habits. He stated that the "third rate reporter" knows nothing about him. The question for this weeks poll is: Do you agree with the President that the National m…

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Protests against the stay-at-home orders are breaking out in multiple states. Last week, residents of Michigan protested outside the capital. In Indiana on April 18, protestors gathered outside Governor Holcomb's residence. What are your thoughts about protesting the stay-at-home order?

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The Webster’s Dictionary defines the term Home Front as “the sphere of civilian activity in war.” I feel that it’s safe to say that we’ve found ourselves in a war. Albeit not a war against another country or a group of religious fanatics. It’s an invisible enemy and its name is COVID-19, the…

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MARSHALL COUNTY — Marshall County Attorney Jim Clevenger notified the Marshall County Commissioners that the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a petition with the Indiana Supreme Court to order County Sheriff’s to compile lists of inmates who would possibly qualify to be sent h…

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House Bill 1066, if passed, would require all schools in the state including public, charter, and accredited non-public elementary schools to add cursive to their curriculum. As part of a larger bill, this is only one part of it. For the full bill, visit http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2020/b…

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The laws on marijuana may be changing soon due to several bills introduced into the Indiana House of Representatives and the Senate this year. One such bill is HB 1036. House Bill 1036, authored by District 69 Representative Jim Lucas (Republican), decriminalizes the possession of 30 grams o…

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In late September, Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that his office would no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases when it involves an ounce or less and the person is 18 or older. (The policy does not apply to persons under the age of 18. Cases involving trafficking or de…

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