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Archive for January, 2013

Senator Mishler Named Conservation Legislator of the Year

January 24, 2013
Senator Mishler Named Conservation Legislator of the Year

  01/25/13  State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) was awarded the 2012 Conservation Legislator of the Year Award by Angela Hughes of the Indiana Conservation Alliance during Wednesday’s Conservation Day at the Statehouse. Mishler was honored with the award for his involvement with the Sustainable Natural Resources Task Force and the Invasive Species Council. The...
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M.C. Habitat Searching for Next Partner Family

January 24, 2013
M.C. Habitat Searching for Next Partner Family

 01/25/13 Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County, Dean Byers announced Thursday their search for the next partner family. Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is now accepting applications for the next partner family. The home is projected to be constructed sometime in late 2014. Applicants must be willing to live in...
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Coats: Spending is the Real Problem, Not Taxes

January 24, 2013
Coats: Spending is the Real Problem, Not Taxes

  01/25/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) Thursday spoke on the Senate floor to continue his push for Congress to focus on addressing out-of-control government spending, not increasing taxes as the president has proposed. The following are excerpts from his speech: “The fact is that we are not going to be able to get our...
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Chargers Lose Late Lead to Kellogg

January 24, 2013
Chargers Lose Late Lead to Kellogg

  PLYMOUTH, IN – The Chargers men’s basketball lost a conference game to Kellogg Community College Saturday 75-72.  The victory brings their record to 7-9 on the regular season and 1-5 in MCCAA. Coach Butcher commented, “We led for about 38 minutes of the game. Unfortunately we failed to close another game. We have...
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Lady Pilgrims dominate SB Clay 83-25

January 23, 2013
Lady Pilgrims dominate SB Clay 83-25

   A ballgame that should of been played on Tuesday, the 9th ranked (3A) Plymouth Lady Pilgrims traveled to South Bend Clay for a non-conference game. Plymouth came out very strong from the tip-off.   Plymouth’s defense was just a tough, as they held Clay to single-digit scoring ALL 4 QUARTERS.   SB Clay had...
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Bomb Threat at PHS Delays Plymouth Schools for 2 Hours Thursday

January 23, 2013
Bomb Threat at PHS Delays Plymouth Schools for 2 Hours Thursday

  01/24/13 Plymouth Schools will have a two-hour delay on Thursday morning due to a bomb threat at Plymouth High School. Superintendent Daniel Tyree said they called a corporation- wide delay because the school buses shuttle students for all of the other schools at the high school each morning. Tyree assured WTCA saying, “The...
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Plymouth Freshmen keep rolling along!

January 23, 2013
Plymouth Freshmen keep rolling along!

  The Plymouth Freshmen Boys Basketball team traveled to Tippecanoe Valley on Tuesday night and got all they could handle from the Vikings, but came away victorious in a 38-35 overtime thriller.  The Pilgrims were up 8 points at halftime, but Valley made a charge in the third quarter to make it at a...
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Commissioners Approve $84,000 Contract for Lab Testing

January 23, 2013
Commissioners Approve $84,000 Contract for Lab Testing

   01/24/13 After discussing their concerns on the Great Lakes Lab contract for 2013 with the County Prosecutor and Sheriff the Marshall County Commissioners approved the agreement during their meeting Monday. Prosecutor Dave Holmes explained that he had made a presentation to the County Council during budget hearing discussing the reasons for the contract...
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Kosciusko Pursuit Ends in Marshall County with Arrest

January 23, 2013
Kosciusko Pursuit Ends in Marshall County with Arrest

  01/24/13 A Warsaw man was arrested Tuesday morning after he led state police on a pursuit in a stolen pickup.  The pursuit began near the intersection of SR 19 and CR 100 South in Kosciusko County and ended a few minutes later near the intersection of Apple Road and 19th Road in Marshall...
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PHS Key Club Members Volunteer for MLK Day

January 23, 2013
PHS Key Club Members Volunteer for MLK Day

  01/24/13 Sixty-eight members of the Plymouth High School Key Club joined hundreds of thousands of Americans in observing “a day on, not a day off” on Monday, January 21. To contribute to the national Martin Luther King Day of Service, students volunteered for organizations and schools across the Plymouth community.   Key Clubbers...
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