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Archive for August, 2017

Lots of Free Entertainment at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival

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August 30, 2017
Lots of Free Entertainment at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival

Many free entertainers will be at the Marshall County Blueberry Festival this year.  This year they welcome back new performers, as well as welcoming back some of the favorite past performers. With three stages there’s something for everyone throughout the long holiday weekend. The Jefferson School Stage will host opening ceremonies Friday, September 1st...
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2017 Fall Triton Homecoming Court candidates

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August 30, 2017
2017 Fall Triton Homecoming Court candidates

Here are the L to R: Emma Hepler, Melissa Mullett, Delanie Groves, Emily Chickering, Taytum Hargrave, Emma Ross, Nicole Sechrist   L to R: Hunter McIntyre, Trenton Kreft, Billy Smith, Riley Chickering, Vincent Helton, Lee Mullett, Drew Stichter
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Red Storm splits with Bremen

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August 30, 2017

On Tuesday evening at The Rockpile the 8th grade Lincoln Red Storm team hosted the Bremen Lions.  Bremen’s offense put Lincoln behind early with three touchdowns in the first half.  The defense held Bremen scoreless in the third but the Red Storm’s offense could not get going.  Bremen would score one more time in the...
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Plymouth fall baseball

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August 30, 2017

Baseball players in Plymouth looking to add a few extra weeks of baseball to the fall have an option this year. Bob Caban is organizing a fall baseball camp that will last from September 11 to October 11. This will be for players that were ages 6-9 in our leagues this season. Cost is...
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Board of Works Receives Request to Place Stop Sign in Alley

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August 30, 2017
Board of Works Receives Request to Place Stop Sign in Alley

Dawn Seifer, a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church asked the Board of Public Works and Safety to install a stop sign at the intersection of two alleys. The alley lies between Baker Street and Franklin Street and where the two converge at the north end is a blind corner.  Ms. Seifer said she...
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Committee to Review Proposed 2018 Salary Ordinance that didn’t get Second Reading

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August 30, 2017
Committee to Review Proposed 2018 Salary Ordinance that didn’t get Second Reading

The 2018 Salary ordinance for the City of Plymouth was on the agenda for 2nd and 3rd reading Monday night, but the Mayor Senter call for a motion to bring the ordinance before the council it died for lack of a motion. Mayor Senter asked for discussion and guidance from council members on their...
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Lincoln falls at New Prairie

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August 30, 2017

Lincoln falls at New Prairie NEW CARLISLE – Lincoln’s 8th grade volleyball team travelled to New Prairie Middle School Tuesday night and fell to the home team by a 25-17, 25-23. The visiting Red Storm came back to take the lead in game two 23-22 off the tough serving of Madie Mann (nine for...
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Glenn scores win over Elkhart Central

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August 30, 2017

Glenn scores win over Elkhart Central WALKERTON – Glenn Girls soccer beat Elkhart Central in a hard fought game by a 3-1 final. The Glenn defense was very tough against a fast front line for Central. Delaney Patterson sent a nice corner kick across and Abby Schmidt put in the first goal of the...
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Bremen gets past Triton

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August 30, 2017

Bremen gets past Triton BOURBON – Bremen took a cross country sweep from Triton with the boys winning by a 20-41 final and also winning the girls match with just two Triton runners. Officials at the meet informed the Pilot News that a glitch in the meet printer left times off the results for...
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NorthWood runs past Plymouth

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August 30, 2017

NorthWood runs past Plymouth NORTHWOOD – Plymouth took on NLC foe NorthWood at Stauffer Park with the girls falling 19-44. Girls finishers: 1. Erica Stutsman NW 21:49 2. Ella Hissong P 22:03 3. Breanne Resler NW 22:25 4. Megan Miller NW 22:31 5. Ariana Runge NW 22:36 6. Laura Schrock NW 22:36 7. Abigail...
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