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Archive for May, 2017

Lady Pilgrims shut out Northridge

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May 4, 2017

Plymouth 5, Northridge 0   at Middlebury   Singles: 1. Lanae Singleton (P) beat Taylor Sellers 6-3, 6-1  2. Erin Hunter (P) beat Luisa Weyer 6-0, 6-0  3. Ashley Harrell (P) beat Sarah Hartman 6-1, 6-2   Doubles: 1. Kendall Dreibelbis-McKenzie Scheetz (P) beat Jordan Kauffman-Kylie Bontrager 6-3, 6-2  2. Cortni Cook-Leah Smith (P) beat Dominique Bate-Alysha Homewood...
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Carey & John Weir Granted Requests for Daycare Facility on Lake Ave (SR17)

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May 4, 2017
Carey & John Weir Granted Requests for Daycare Facility on Lake Ave (SR17)

Carey and John Weir were granted a Special Use variance to allow a daycare at 1715 Lake Avenue Tuesday evening by the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals.  The daycare will be located on the curve between the historic Hohan-Klinghammer House and Saint Joseph Hospital in Plymouth. Currently Carey operates a home daycare operation in...
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Local Citizen seek Meet & Greet with Superintendent Candidates, School Board Shoots Down Idea

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May 3, 2017
Local Citizen seek Meet & Greet with Superintendent Candidates, School Board Shoots Down Idea

During their May 2 meeting, the Plymouth School Board allowed a handful of  local residents to share their concerns of the process of naming a new superintendent for the school corporation. Current Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, will be retiring effective June 30 of this year. Applications for the superintendent position were closed on Friday. The...
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Pilgrims fall in extra innings to Elkhart Memorial

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May 3, 2017
Pilgrims fall in extra innings to Elkhart Memorial

ELKHART – It was the same story, different night as Plymouth’s Pilgrims wasted another outstanding pitching performance and an early lead to fall in 10 innings to Elkhart Memorial, 3-2. Nate Nixon had an outstanding start, throwing six innings striking out nine, scattering three hits and walking just two while giving up one earned...
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NCIAR Host Shred for Food Event this Saturday

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May 3, 2017
NCIAR Host Shred for Food Event this Saturday

A “Shred For Food” event sponsored by the North Central Indiana Associated Realtors will be held this Saturday, May 6th in the old K-Mart parking lot from 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. on Plymouth’s north side. This shred event will give you the opportunity to clean out your office and home of unwanted paperwork...
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Local Organizations Receive Operation Round Up® Grant

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May 3, 2017
Local Organizations Receive Operation Round Up® Grant

On Tuesday, April 25 the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded 5 grants, totaling $5,000, to the following organizations: Freedom Park received funding to assist with the purchase of a variety of swings for the park. Freedom Park’s mission is to build a playground where differences disappear and children share experiences with...
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Antich Arrested in Bremen

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May 3, 2017
Antich Arrested in Bremen

A traffic stop by Bremen Police Officer John Tice Wednesday morning sent a Plymouth Woman to the Marshall County Jail. About 2:45 Wednesday morning, 39 year old Rhonda C. Antich was stopped at 1228 West Plymouth Street in Bremen. She was taken into custody and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Operating While...
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Commissioners Agree to Sponsor OCRA Grant for 4H Fair Board

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May 3, 2017
Commissioners Agree to Sponsor OCRA Grant for 4H Fair Board

The Marshall County Commissioners have agreed to sponsor a Community Development Block Grant through OCRA for the Marshall County 4H Fair Board. Long Range committee member Angel Balsey reminded the commissioners on Monday that they had paid for DLZ to take a look at the fairgrounds in Argos and complete a study.  The Long...
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“Uncovering the Charm of Indiana Courthouses” May Brown Bag Lunch Program at Museum

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May 3, 2017
“Uncovering the Charm of Indiana Courthouses” May Brown Bag Lunch Program at Museum

The next Brown Bag Lunch program will be Friday, May 12 from noon – 1 PM at the Marshall County Museum.  This month’s series features David Enyart, a fellow Hoosier that has spent much time collecting images and researching Indiana courthouses. His noontime talk, “Uncovering the Charm of Indiana Courthouses,” in be held in the Marshall County Museum...
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Jim Hulse Bring’s second Complaint of “Jake-Break” Noise to Commissioners

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May 3, 2017
Jim Hulse Bring’s second Complaint of “Jake-Break” Noise to Commissioners

Jim Hulse appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday morning to continue his quest to get the “jake-break” noise from farm semis stopped near his residence at 4B and Quince Road. In December Hulse first approached the commissioners with his concern of the semis hauling manure from the Houin Dairy Farm and using their...
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