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Archive for May, 2018

Falcons win three-way meet

May 1, 2018

Falcons win three-way meet WALKERTON – Glenn defeated Bremen and LaVille in girls track at GHS Tuesday night. LaVille’s Aryn Eash set a personal record in the shot put (30-2). Other first place finishes for the Lady Lancers were: Eash (shot, discus), Kalista Lemberis (100m, 200m), 4×400 relay (Trynitie Cox, Natalie Gonzalez, Rebekah Beehler,...
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LV bests Goshen

May 1, 2018

LV bests Goshen LAKEVILLE – LaVille was 10 strokes better than Goshen on Tuesday. The Lancers’ Nathan Nichols Peterson tied the Red Hawks’ Peyton Cripe for medalist honors with 44s. •LaVille 187, Goshen 197 LaVille: Nathan Nichols Pertersen 44, Dakota Figg 48, Matt Butler 45, Doug Cashen 53, Logan Plummer 50 Goshen: Peyton Cripe...
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Robert W. Rettinger, 68, of Plymouth

May 1, 2018
Robert W. Rettinger, 68, of Plymouth

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Walorski Statement on Tariff Exemption Announcement

May 1, 2018
Walorski Statement on Tariff Exemption Announcement

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday released the following statement on the Trump administration’s decision to extend exemptions from the steel and aluminum tariffs for the European Union, Canada, and Mexico: “President Trump’s decision to extend tariff exemptions for our trading partners is good news for our local manufacturers and their workers. I will...
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Donnelly, 12 Senators Call for Department of Education to Assist Students Harmed by Closure of ITT Tech

May 1, 2018
Donnelly, 12 Senators Call for Department of Education to Assist Students Harmed by Closure of ITT Tech

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Monday led 12 Senators in urging Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to assist students harmed by the 2016 closure of ITT Tech. A sizeable number of students have financial debt due to their education and many have ITT Tech credits with little market value, but it remains unclear if the...
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Advanced Art Sculptures from Triton High School Students

May 1, 2018
Advanced Art Sculptures from Triton High School Students

Triton School Corporation Scholars in advanced art have spent the last couple weeks working on large scale sculptures inspired by artist Claus Oldenburg. They took an everyday object, measured it and then enlarged it to scale. Pictured are: Fiona and Susan Young (11) with their dream catcher, Tammy Arndt (11) with her cookie, and...
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Ultrasound-guided breast biopsies introduced at Paqui and Brian Kelly Comprehensive Breast Center, Plymouth Medical Center

May 1, 2018
Ultrasound-guided breast biopsies introduced at Paqui and Brian Kelly Comprehensive Breast Center, Plymouth Medical Center

  Detecting breast cancer early when it’s easiest to treat has proven to be key in conquering this disease. Annual screening mammograms and monthly self examinations are an important part of maintaining breast health and early detection. Often during mammograms or an exam, however, suspicious areasare identified and require follow-up testing to diagnose or...
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Head: Federal Lawmaker Introduces Continued Opioid Education Bill

May 1, 2018
Head: Federal Lawmaker Introduces Continued Opioid Education Bill

Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN05) recently introduced a bill, similar to legislation authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) during the 2018 legislative session, that would set continued opioid education requirements for prescribers. The original concept was brought forward by Dr. Hannah Maxey, director of the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy,...
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Freet Arrested of Public Intox. & Battery By Bodily Waste

May 1, 2018
Freet Arrested of Public Intox. & Battery By Bodily Waste

51 year old Mark L. Freet of Plymouth was arrested last Wednesday evening by Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer after a concerned citizen advised of a male stumbling down the roadway on West Madison Street. Officer Gilmer located Freet at 5th and Corbin Streets.  He was highly intoxicated.  After being transported to the Marshall...
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Trash Bash! Results in Thousands of Bags of Litter Removed from Hoosier Highways

May 1, 2018
Trash Bash! Results in Thousands of Bags of Litter Removed from Hoosier Highways

With the month of May comes warmer weather across Indiana. INDOT reminds motorists that although these conditions invite motorists to roll down vehicle windows, it is against the law to litter by throwing trash out of vehicles. INDOT has several beautification initiatives to help keep Indiana clean. During INDOT’s annual Trash Bash! on April...
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