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Plymouth Man Arrested after Rolling Vehicle on Muckshaw Road

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April 26, 2017
Plymouth Man Arrested after Rolling Vehicle on Muckshaw Road

Emergency responders were dispatched to a single vehicle accident Saturday, April 22nd about 9:15 in the morning on Muckshaw Road. A 2002 Honda Civic was north bound on Muckshaw Road and left the roadway on the east side, rolling over and catching on fire in the front yard of 10258 Muckshaw Road. Witnesses at...
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Pilgrim bats big in NLC win

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April 26, 2017
Pilgrim bats big in NLC win

PLYMOUTH – It was a big way to get back in the win column for Plymouth’s Pilgrims but it took a little perserverance as they took a 10-3 win over Wawasee at Bill Nixon Field on Wednesday night. On a two game losing streak the Plymouth bats were handcuffed by Goshen pitching on Monday...
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Cathedral nips Eagles in overtime

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April 26, 2017

BOYS LACROSSE   CATHEDRAL 9, CULVER MILITARY (Varsity) 8 (OT) At Culver CMA goals: Henry Zehner 2, Michael Bocker 2, Jake DeMare 2, Connor Caponi, Dante Dalmaso. CMA assists: Pinson Neal, DeMare, Carter McKenzie CMA saves: Blake Ulmer 8. Records: CMA 6-3, Cathedral 10-3
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CGA slips past Michigan City

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April 26, 2017

CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 3, MICHIGAN CITY 2 At Culver SINGLES: 1. Sydney Kohn (MC) beat Kingsley Cortes, 6-4, 6-0; 2. Evangelea Dabagia (MC) beat Camila Romandia, 6-2, 6-4; 3. Lilia Rosique (CGA) beat Rachel Krentz, 6-2, 6-2. DOUBLES: 1. Harshita Sangaraju/Rachael Dodson (CGA) beat Katie Bildhauser/Madison Laux, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Gabrielle Maiolo/Maddie Rahe (CGA)...
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Marohn sets Lincoln high jump record

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April 26, 2017
Marohn sets Lincoln high jump record

The Lincoln girls track team traveled to New Prairie with Urey on Wednesday. The meet was run with 7th and 8th grades combined. The Red Storm battled hard and beat Urey, but finished 2nd to NP. (54-43-37)Claudia Marohn set a new Lincoln Junior High record in the High Jump with a jump that measured to...
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7th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

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April 26, 2017
7th ANNUAL BENACK’S CROSSING LIVING HISTORY FESTIVAL

Benack’s Crossing is April 29-30 at Potawatomi Wildlife Park on State Road 331 in Tippecanoe. Learn about 17th and 18th century life skills. Watch as opposing forces engage on a dynamic battlefield with calvary, infantry, and artillery.  Hear the boom of cannon and gun fire! Be entertained by American Tribal Style dancers. It’s more than an event, it’s an...
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Minor Injuries in Car Motorcycle Crash in LaPaz

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April 26, 2017
Minor Injuries in Car Motorcycle Crash in LaPaz

Monday afternoon the Marshall County Police Department responded to a two vehicle accident on Michigan Road just north of US 6. About 4:45 in the afternoon emergency services were dispatched to the crash involving a car and motorcycle.  The crash report states that 68 year old Myrtle Smith of Lakeville was attempting to turn...
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Plymouth Tractor Supply Hosting Semi-Annual 4-H Fundraiser

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April 26, 2017
Plymouth Tractor Supply Hosting Semi-Annual 4-H Fundraiser

Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, will partner with National 4-H Council for a nationwide in-store fundraiser to send thousands of students to 4-H youth development programs, camps and leadership conferences across the country. Between April 26 and May 7, Tractor Supply customers in Plymouth can participate in...
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Amacher Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

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April 26, 2017
Amacher Arrested by Bremen Police for OWI

A traffic stop early Tuesday morning in Bremen landed a Mishawaka man in the Marshall County Jail. Officer Trent Stouder with the Bremen Police Department stopped a vehicle at State Road 331 and US6 at 12:10 a.m.  The driver, 42 year old David C. Amacher was arrested and lodged in the Marshall County Jail...
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Farm Bureau Grocery Store Survey Shows Big Drop in Food Prices

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April 26, 2017
Farm Bureau Grocery Store Survey Shows Big Drop in Food Prices

Grocery store prices have plummeted by more than 14 percent compared to a year ago, according to Indiana Farm Bureau’s spring market basket survey. The national survey, which is compiled by the American Farm Bureau Federation, also shows a significant decrease of around 6 percent. “As expected due to lower farm-gate prices, we have...
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