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Archive for May, 2018

Lucille Marie Snyder, 90, of Plymouth

May 19, 2018
Lucille Marie Snyder, 90, of Plymouth

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Seventh inning haunts SB Cubs again in 3-1 loss

May 19, 2018

FORT WAYNE – For the second straight day, the South Bend Cubs received a dominant outing from their starting pitcher. Last night, Cory Abbott struck out a career high 11 batters in six shutout innings. This afternoon, right hander Erich Uelmen tossed six scoreless frames of his own. Uelmen was forced to take a...
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Pilgrims split with Crown Point, McCutcheon

May 19, 2018
Pilgrims split with Crown Point, McCutcheon

PLYMOUTH — A long day of baseball ended in a split for Plymouth’s Pilgrims as they went to Crown Point to take on the hosts and McCutcheon in a three team double header. The Pilgrims were able to come from behind in the first to grab a win over host Crown Point 6-4 but...
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Fourth straight title for Lady Pilgrims

May 19, 2018
Fourth straight title for Lady Pilgrims

Plymouth’s girls tennis team took a sectional title from Bremen in a match that was moved indoors to Culver Academy to beat the weather after being rained out Friday at Bremen. Plymouth took all the matches in straight sets to go 5-0 on the day and take their fourth consecutive tennis sectional title and...
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Walorski Bill to Combat Opioid Epidemic Approved by Committee

May 19, 2018
Walorski Bill to Combat Opioid Epidemic Approved by Committee

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) this week applauded committee passage of her bipartisan legislation to combat the opioid epidemic by improving access to non-opioid pain treatments. The Dr. Todd Graham Pain Management Improvement Act (H.R. 5722), named for the South Bend doctor shot to death after refusing to write a prescription for opioid painkillers, was approved...
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Plymouth High School Students will be Inducted into the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

May 18, 2018
Plymouth High School Students will be Inducted into the PHS Academic Hall of Fame

On Sunday, May 20, at 3 p.m. Plymouth High School will hold its annual Academic Hall of Fame ceremony in the Studio Theatre at PHS. Eighteen various departments will induct 13 soon-to-be graduating seniors into the Plymouth High School Academic Hall of Fame. This year marks the 32nd year of the Academic Hall of...
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Young Fights to Ensure Troops Have Updated Authorities to Combat Terrorism

May 18, 2018
Young Fights to Ensure Troops Have Updated Authorities to Combat Terrorism

Wednesday, in a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing,   U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) continued to help lead efforts in the Senate to ensure our troops have the authorities necessary to fight Islamist terrorism abroad. The hearing addressed Senate Joint Resolution 59 (S.J.Res.59), which Senator Young helped introduce.  The legislation would replace the 2001 and 2002 authorizations...
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Donnelly Calls for Action to Protect Retiree Pensions, Highlights Hoosier Workers Who Would be Harmed by Looming Pension Cuts

May 18, 2018
Donnelly Calls for Action to Protect Retiree Pensions, Highlights Hoosier Workers Who Would be Harmed by Looming Pension Cuts

  This week U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly spoke on the Senate floor,   calling for action to protect the hundreds of thousands of workers and retirees across the country at risk of losing the pensions they earned through decades of work. Donnelly highlighted the stories of a number of Hoosiers who would be harmed...
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Culver Students Organize Bike Ride to Raise Awareness Rare Immune Disorder

May 18, 2018
Culver Students Organize Bike Ride to Raise Awareness Rare Immune Disorder

Three Culver Military Academy seniors are organizing a bike ride Saturday to raise awareness of a rare immune disorder that is often misdiagnosed as ADHD. The ride is to raise awareness of PANDAS, a relatively recent medical discovery that affects children’s immune system. It is a neuropsychiatric disorder associated with streptococcal infections. The problem for many...
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Anyone Who Was Impacted by the Flood Should Register with FEMA

May 18, 2018
Anyone Who Was Impacted by the Flood Should Register with FEMA

Federal funding is now available to homeowners and renters in Marshall County for temporary housing and home repairs as well as low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses after severe storms and flooding on February 14 – March 4, 2018. Disaster Recovery Centers are open in Saint Joseph and Elkhart counties to help local...
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Benefit Concert Saturday in RPS for Flood Recovery

May 17, 2018
Benefit Concert Saturday in RPS for Flood Recovery

Marshall County’s Long Term Flood Relief Committee is sponsoring a fundraising event at River Park Square this Saturday, May 19th. A huge benefit concert is planned from 4 pm till 9 p.m. with five different groups performing: The Ukulele Klub of Elkhart, Cool Change, Slow Orbit, LaLo Cura and Babylon Sneakers a Steely Dan...
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Plymouth 13U falls to Caston

May 17, 2018

Plymouth 13U falls to Caston PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s 13U baseball team fell to Caston in their opening game by a 10-6 final. Plymouth took a 3-0 lead into the fourth but couldn’t outscore Caston in the final three innings. Lennon Creighbaum gets a tough loss on the mound. The young Pilgrims got three hits...
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Plymouth 12U shuts out Triton

May 17, 2018

Plymouth 12U shuts out Triton PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth 12U used their red-hot bats and power pitching to defeat the Triton Trojans 11-0, in five innings on Wednesday night. The Pilgrims used a six run sixth inning to bust open the game, allowing the pitching staff to shut down the Trojan hitters. Jak Chaney...
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South Bend Cubs fall

May 17, 2018

EASTLAKE, OH – With six games in four days, the South Bend Cubs and Lake County Captains saw plenty of one another over the past week. After splitting two doubleheaders evenly, the Cubs came into Thursday with a chance to win the series. After South Bend’s rocky 6th inning on the field, the Captains...
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Swan Lake PGA Junior League team

May 17, 2018

Calling all Juniors 13 & under! Swan Lake Resort is still signing up Junior Golfers for our 2018 PGA Junior League Team. We will have an organizational meeting for those who are signed up AND any players still interested in signing up! The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday May 23 at 6:30 PM at...
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Drive 4 Your School at Triton May 26th

May 17, 2018
Drive 4 Your School at Triton 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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Niles Man Arrested for Felony OWI and Neglect of a Dependent

May 17, 2018
Niles Man Arrested for Felony OWI and Neglect of a Dependent

Marshall County Police arrested a Niles man for a felony Operating While Intoxicated and Neglect of a Dependent last Saturday.  About 7 o’clock in the evening the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center received a 911 call of a possibly impaired driver on US 31.  Marshall County Officer Wozniak located the suspected impaired driver in...
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Plymouth, Bremen to meet in final

May 17, 2018

Plymouth, Bremen to meet in final BREMEN – Plymouth shut out LaVille 5-0 and Bremen got past Glenn 3-2 to set up a championship match between the two at the Bremen sectional on Friday. Emily Smith and Katie Barnes took the number one and three singles matches and the number two doubles team of...
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CGA wins sectional title

May 17, 2018

CMA wins sectional title CULVER – The Culver Girls Academy survived a threat from Rochester to come away with a 3-2 win in the sectional final match at Culver. Chao-chin Hsu won at three singles and the number one doubles team of Rachael Dodson and Madeline Rahe and the number two team of Abby...
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Schwichtenberg Arrested for Strangulation and Battery

May 17, 2018
Schwichtenberg Arrested for Strangulation and Battery

On Tuesday, May 15th at approximately 8:00 PM Chad Schwichtenberg, age 41, of Plymouth was arrested by City Police.  City police officer Jerrid Arnold responded to 201 Alexander Street for a reported domestic battery and strangulation. Chad Schwichberg was taken into custody and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for the charges and held...
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