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Archive for April, 2018

Bremen dimes Mishawaka

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April 29, 2018

Bremen dimes Mishawaka BREMEN – Bremen rapped 19 hits on its way to a 16-6 win over Mishawaka Friday. Included in the offensive barrage were two home runs by Erin Coffel and one each from Rylee Hershberger and McKenna Myers. Coffel had four hits, while Hershberger and Bailey Fritter added three each. •BREMEN 16,...
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Plymouth wins four-way match

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April 29, 2018

Plymouth wins four-way match LAPORTE – Plymouth’s golf team came out on top in tough scoring conditions Friday at Beechwood Golf Course. For the second time this week, junior Chapman Yoder led the Pilgrims in scoring, carding a 43. Steady 47s from sophomores Andrew Himes and Matthew Gerard buoyed a second consecutive outing with...
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Plymouth golfers score well in weekend matches

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April 29, 2018

Plymouth golfers score well in weekend matches SYRACUSE – The Plymouth Varsity golf team played in the Wawasee Invitational at South Shore on a cold and super windy Saturday. Chapman Yoder led the team with an 80, good for 10th overall. Fellow Junior Bryce Carmichael fired an 89. Sophomore Matthew Gerard started solid and...
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Triton wins county match

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April 29, 2018

Triton wins county match CULVER – LaVille’s Nathan Nichols Peterson took medalist honors with an 81 and Triton was the winning team in the six-school Marshall County golf match Saturday. •TRITON 357, GLENN 378, LAVILLE 380, BREMEN 394, CMA 391, CULVER 481 At Mystic Hills Golf Club (Par 71) Bremen: Bryce Sterling 97, Carter...
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US 30 COALITION – Thoughts from Randy Danielson

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April 28, 2018
US 30 COALITION – Thoughts from Randy Danielson

It was with great interest that I attended the US 30 Coalition meeting on Tuesday evening.  I was glad to see the numbers that turned out and the thoughts shared. I applaud the approach being taken by our local City and County leaders and even greater respect for the State of Indiana – INDOT and MACOG...
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NorthWood bats batter Pilgrims

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April 27, 2018
NorthWood bats batter Pilgrims

PLYMOUTH – It was a rocky start and it didn’t get any better for Plymouth’s Pilgrims as NorthWood rode solo homers from Sawyer Warren and Payton Bear in the first inning to a 10-1 win. The victory solidifies the Panthers hold on first place in the NLC as they remain unbeaten at 6-0 through...
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Make a Mistake on Your Tax Return? File an Amend

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April 27, 2018
Make a Mistake on Your Tax Return? File an Amend

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) is encouraging taxpayers who discover mistakes or omissions on their tax return to speak up. Taxpayers have the option to file an amended return to address a change in filing status, corrected income amount or mistakes made with deductions or credits claimed. Taxpayers generally don’t need to file...
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M.C. Reading Council Presents Award to Triton Elementary Librarian

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April 27, 2018
M.C. Reading Council Presents Award to Triton Elementary Librarian

Denise Shafer from the Triton School Corporation has been award the  2018 Celebrate Literacy Award. This award, given by Marshall County Reading Council, was presented to Triton Elementary School Librarian Mrs. Denise Shaffer for her outstanding dedication to increasing the joy of reading and literacy in children. Over the past five years, she has...
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Donnelly Recognized by BIO as 2018 ‘Innovator in Biotechnology’

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April 27, 2018
Donnelly Recognized by BIO as 2018 ‘Innovator in Biotechnology’

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly was recognized today as a 2018 ‘Innovator in Biotechnology’ by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO). The biotechnology industry supports approximately 58,000 jobs and 1,700 businesses in Indiana, according to BIO. Donnelly said, “Some of the most innovative progress in biotechnology is taking place in Indiana, and I’m proud to advocate for...
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Plymouth 12U Rebounds with Win

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April 27, 2018

Plymouth 12U Rebounds with Win SYRACUSE, IN  The Plymouth 12U used a seven-run fifth inning to secure their first Boys of Summer conference victory. The ball game had an ominous start as the cool winds blew briskly through the Syracuse Kiwanis junior league field. The question, how would the Pilgrims respond to last Saturday night’s...
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