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Archive for April, 2018

PHS shuts out SB Clay

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April 23, 2018

PHS shuts out SB Clay SOUTH BEND – Plymouth made quick work of its tennis match at South Bend Clay, winning 5-0. Plymouth 5, South Bend Clay 0 at South Bend Singles: 1. Cortni Cook (P) beat Janae Brown 6-0, 6-0;  2. Kyla Heckaman (P) beat Leila Karimi 6-0, 6-1;  3. Miranda German (P)...
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Plymouth JV defeats Goshen

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April 23, 2018

JV Baseball Plymouth takes big win over Goshen PLYMOUTH – Plymouth took a big win over Goshen in JV baseball action with a 12-2 final. Nick Spier gave ups just two runs on one hit over five innings of work on the mound. Colin Mills, Tolman Mills and Spier each had two hits apiece...
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Big inning dooms Pilgrim comeback effort

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April 23, 2018
Big inning dooms Pilgrim comeback effort

PLYMOUTH – It was one of those nights that proves you play to the last out as Plymouth’s Pilgrims came from behind only to see victory slip from their grasp as Goshen (8-3, 3-1) took an NLC win over Plymouth by a 9-3 final. Goshen’s Will Koshmider staked Goshen to a two run lead...
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Marshall Arrested for Shoplifting from Karma

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April 23, 2018
Marshall Arrested for Shoplifting from Karma

A Walkerton man was arrested Saturday afternoon April 21st for shoplifting from Karma Records. About 12:47 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was dispatched to the store at 2856 Miller Drive. The owner was able to show the officer a video that he had posted to social media early.  The video showed a person taking...
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City Police Arrest Pair for Meth

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April 23, 2018
City Police Arrest Pair for Meth

Last Thursday afternoon, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was on Michigan Street when he observed 39 year old Michael W. Arquette of Plymouth driving northbound and knew he had an active warrant for his arrest for Dealing Methamphetamines. Trooper Caswell assisted with his K9. While doing a “walk-around” the dog indicated the presence of...
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Town of Culver Street Naming Contest Finalists Announced

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April 23, 2018
Town of Culver Street Naming Contest Finalists Announced

The Town of Culver is pleased to announce the five finalists for our street naming contest!  The five finalists are, in no particular order: Vonnegut Lane—In honor of one of Culver’s most famous summer residents and families, author Kurt Vonnegut. Cavalier Drive—Referencing the public-school mascot for Culver Community Schools, as this street will terminate...
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Rep. Jack Jordan Supporting Military Members with New Laws

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April 23, 2018
Rep. Jack Jordan Supporting Military Members with New Laws

With nearly 20,000 active service men and women calling Indiana home, it is important to provide them resources for their service and sacrifice according to Representative Jack Jordan.   He said in his latest news release, “This session, I supported several new laws assisting members of the military.” One of the new laws allows members of the...
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Triton High School Students Seeking Donations to Tie Lap Blankets for Nursing Homes

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April 23, 2018
Triton High School Students Seeking Donations to Tie Lap Blankets for Nursing Homes

Sarrah Davis, the resource teacher at Triton Jr. Sr. High School is working with her students in grades 7 through 12 who want to do a service project.  The students have decided to make 50 lap blankets for the residents at Miller’s Merry Manor Nursing Home and Pilgrims Manor in Plymouth.  In order to...
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Miller’s Attends Age of Excellence Award Luncheon

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April 23, 2018
Miller’s Attends Age of Excellence Award Luncheon

Department Managers and volunteer honorees from Miller’s Senior Living Community Campus attended the 22nd Annual REAL Services Age Of Excellence Awards Luncheon at the Century Center of South Bend on Friday, April 20.  Nominees from the Plymouth campus were Doug Brenner, Miller’s Merry Manor Social Services Director and volunteer Nancy Smiley was the nominee...
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Expressive Arts to Improve Quality of Life for Residents at Pilgrim Manor, Plymouth

April 23, 2018
Expressive Arts to Improve Quality of Life for Residents at Pilgrim Manor, Plymouth

REAL Services, host agency to North Central Indiana Quality Improvement Collaborative, assists  participating facilities in seeking equipment to enhance  quality of life for residents experiences chronic pain. The Collaborative meets monthly, and is currently working toward reducing pain levels in residents who engage in Expressive Arts within their daily routine. The Regional Healthcare Quality...
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