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THE CENTER AT DONALDSON RECEIVES GRANT FOR EQUIPMENT TO CONDUCT PRESCRIBED BURNS

May 24, 2018
THE CENTER AT DONALDSON RECEIVES GRANT FOR EQUIPMENT TO CONDUCT PRESCRIBED BURNS

On April 11, The Center at Donaldson, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, was awarded $4,400 for its prescribed burn program from Arrow Head County Resource Conservation and Development. This grant allows The Center at Donaldson to purchase equipment and protective gear that the program will use to increase the number of acres that...
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City Police Serve Warrants

May 24, 2018
City Police Serve Warrants

This week Plymouth Police Officers have arrested several people on warrants. Monday afternoon, May 21st Officer Ben McIntyre observed 27 year old James McMichael Jr. of Plymouth walking down Michigan Street and knew there was an arrest warrant for him through the Marshall County Drug Task Force.  McMichael was stopped and taken into custody...
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City Council Approves Tax Abatement Compliance Forms

May 24, 2018
City Council Approves Tax Abatement Compliance Forms

This week the Plymouth Common Council reviewed compliance forms for tax abatements granted to two local businesses. Pretzels Inc. was granted a personal property tax abatement in 2016 and a review found the snack manufacturer in compliance.  They also filed a 103-ERA form for the Economic Revitalization Area status and a 103-EL form which...
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President Trump Signs Donnelly’s “Very Important” Bipartisan Regulatory Relief Package into Law

May 24, 2018
President Trump Signs Donnelly’s “Very Important” Bipartisan Regulatory Relief Package into Law

President Trump Thursday signed into law the bipartisan community banking regulatory relief package that U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly negotiated, co-wrote, and helped introduce last November. The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act passed the Senate in March and the House of Representative earlier this week. President Trump Thursday called the law “a very, very important...
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Culver Police Warns of Click It or Ticket Patrols

May 24, 2018
Culver Police Warns of Click It or Ticket Patrols

Later this month, the Culver Police Department (CPD) will join law-enforcement agencies across Indiana and the nation to increase enforcement of seat-belt laws for Click It or Ticket. Multiple weeks of high-visibility patrols will be watching for unrestrained passengers in cars and trucks, both children and adults, the front seat and back, both day...
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Bremen Auto Park Ford hosts Drive 4 Your School for Triton School May 26th

May 24, 2018
Bremen Auto Park Ford hosts Drive 4 Your School for Triton School May 26th

Triton School Corporation is blessed once again to have the opportunity to join forces with Mr. Drew Westafer and Auto Park Ford in Bremen for another Drive 4 Your School Event. This Drive 4 Your School Event will take place on Saturday, May 26th from 9am till 1pm in the Triton Jr. Sr. High Parking lot....
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Donnelly’s Bipartisan Regulatory Relief Package Passes House, Heads to President Trump’s Desk

May 24, 2018
Donnelly’s Bipartisan Regulatory Relief Package Passes House, Heads to President Trump’s Desk

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly today lauded the House of Representatives passage of the bipartisan legislation package that he negotiated, co-wrote, and helped introduce last November, and helped pass in the Senate in March. The bill now heads to President Trump, who has previously said he would sign it into law. The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and...
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Irene M. Xaver, 94, of Plymouth

May 24, 2018
Irene M. Xaver, 94, of Plymouth

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Ground Breaking for News Lincoln Junior High

May 24, 2018
Ground Breaking for News Lincoln Junior High

Wednesday evening Plymouth Community School Corporation Superintendent Andy Hartley and members of the school board, Lincoln Junior High staff and students participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Lincoln Junior High. While dirt has already started to be moved, Hartley said, “While they have started without use, they kind of had to get...
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3rd Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft BrewFest June 23rd

May 24, 2018
3rd Annual Summer Sippin’ Craft BrewFest June 23rd

The third annual Summer Sippin’ Craft BrewFest benefiting Freedom Park located in Packard Woods is scheduled for Saturday, June 23rd in River Park Square. Freedom Park is an all-inclusive playground where kids of all abilities can interact with their friends and family members.  An inclusive playground can teach all children about diversity and acceptance....
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Pilgrims fall in sectional opener

May 24, 2018
Pilgrims fall in sectional opener

LAPORTE – It will come down to two plays in an almost perfectly pitched sectional game. Plymouth’s Cam Dennie and Mishawaka’s Sam Shively matched up in a gem at LaPorte that the Cavemen eventually won 2-0, but with just seven outs to play the outcome could just have easily been reversed. In the Plymouth...
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County Health Department to Provide Narcan Rescue Kits & Training

May 23, 2018
County Health Department to Provide Narcan Rescue Kits & Training

The Marshall County Health Department (MCHD) will offer a community Narcan training this month.  As the Opioid crisis continues across the nation, the Marshall County Health Department wants to get more Narcan Rescue kits out into the hands of friends and family members with loved ones addicted. Marshall County has not been spared from...
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Marshall County Life Center Bond Closing, Project to Break Ground Soon

May 23, 2018
Marshall County Life Center Bond Closing, Project to Break Ground Soon

With financing being finalized, the long-awaited Marshall County Life Center is on track to break ground this summer. The closing date on the bond financing officially took place on May 17th. Closing of the New Market Tax Credits will occur by the end of May or beginning of June. Located just off US Highway...
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Tyner Memorial Day Parade on Sunday

May 23, 2018
Tyner Memorial Day Parade on Sunday

The Tyner Memorial Day Parade will be held this Sunday, May 27th at 2 p.m. The parade line-up will be at the Polk Township Community Building starting at 1 p.m.  They are looking for units to join in the parade and everyone is welcome: cars, tractors, trucks, bikes, walking units, floats and bands. They are...
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Plymouth Public Pool Opens May 31st.

May 23, 2018
Plymouth Public Pool Opens May 31st.

The Plymouth Community Pool will open on Thursday, May 31st for the swimming season. Allie Shook, Recreation and Pool Director has also announced that the pool will be open 7 days a week weather permitting.  The pool will be open from noon until 6 p.m. daily. Admission to the Plymouth Public Pool for city...
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PHS Softball Gives to Ounce Of Prevention

May 23, 2018
PHS Softball Gives to Ounce Of Prevention

Thanks to the Plymouth High School Softball team for joining forces with the Northwood softball ladies to raise funds for Ounce Of Prevention. Together they played a great game on Monday, May 14th and gave back in a big way raising a grand total of $600.00 to donate to the Ounce of Prevention. Jennifer Houin...
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Pretzels Plant Proves Successful, Expansion on the Horizon

May 23, 2018
Pretzels Plant Proves Successful, Expansion on the Horizon

Pretzels, Inc is celebrating one year of production at the Plymouth location with new expansion plans. Due to market demand and a growing customer base, Pretzels Inc. will expand the facility with a $9 million investment. The company plans to install a second oven and new packaging line, as well as create 35 new jobs...
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STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE SAFE SWIMMING THIS SUMMER

May 23, 2018
STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS ENCOURAGE SAFE SWIMMING THIS SUMMER

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is reminding Hoosiers to protect themselves from illness and injury in pools, lakes and other bodies of water as part of Healthy and Safe Swimming Week, which is observed May 21-27, 2018. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an average of 10 people...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

May 23, 2018
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff for Memorial Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to noon on Monday, May 28, 2018. Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff on Monday.
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Donnelly’s ‘Right to Try’ Bill Passes House, Heads to President Trump’s Desk

May 23, 2018
Donnelly’s ‘Right to Try’ Bill Passes House, Heads to President Trump’s Desk

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s bipartisan ‘Right to Try’ legislation passed the House of Representatives today. The bill previously passed the Senate unanimously in August 2017 and now heads to President Trump’s desk to be signed into law. Donnelly introduced the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn, and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act with Senator Ron Johnson...
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