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Archive for July, 2018

Heminger House Fundraising Gala Success

July 31, 2018
Heminger House Fundraising Gala Success

On Saturday, July 28th the Heminger House hosted the 1st annual “Unmasking Domestic Violence Masquerade Gala.”   They are pleased to announce that it was a huge success with approximately 65 guests, close to $1,600 was raised for the shelter. The evening included three survivors of domestic violence sharing their own personal stories.  Executive Director...
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PHS Rockies Soap Game Friday Night

July 31, 2018

The Plymouth Rockie Football team will hold their traditional Soap Game this Friday, August 3rd at 7 pm at the Rockpile.  The team is asking for dandruff shampoo instead of the traditional bar of soap for admittance. Come out and get a sneak preview of the 2018 Rockies.    Season tickets will also be on sale for...
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Help Support a Bourbon Woman Packing Boxes for Military Working Dogs on Sept. 1

July 31, 2018
Help Support a Bourbon Woman Packing Boxes for Military Working Dogs on Sept. 1

Lisa Eiser from Bourbon is a volunteer with the Military Working Dog Team Support Association. She will be hosting the pack for the third quarter of 2018. In a radio interview this week Eiser said, “Four times a year volunteers with MWDTSA send 200 boxes of goodies to deployed military working dogs and their...
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LJH iParent Meetings & Open School Day Wednesday Aug. 1

July 31, 2018

On Wednesday, August 1, Lincoln Jr. High School will hold iParent meetings at three different times. The first iParent Meeting will kick off at 10 a.m.-noon., an afternoon session will run from 2-4 p.m., and an evening session will be held from 6-8 p.m. The meetings are held to issue students their computers before the start of school next Wednesday and...
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PHS Boys Tennis Fundraiser at Pizza Hut Monday

July 31, 2018
PHS Boys Tennis Fundraiser at Pizza Hut Monday

The Plymouth Boys Tennis Team will host a Pizza Hut Fundraiser on Monday, August 6th from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Pizza Hut on North Michigan Street in Plymouth. The PHS tennis players will be your waiters for the evening. For each $9.29 buffet sold the boys tennis team will make $1 and...
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Susan Ring is a Storyteller through her Art

July 31, 2018
Susan Ring is a Storyteller through her Art

Susan Ring, Heartland’s featured artist for the month of August has this to say about herself and her art … “Me? It is not about me … when I create art, I am scratching an itch that God put deep down in my heart. Art is the feeling of comfort and fulfillment after spending...
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AG Curtis Hill joins bipartisan fight to protect veterans’ memorial

July 31, 2018
AG Curtis Hill joins bipartisan fight to protect veterans’ memorial

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Tuesday he has joined a bipartisan group of 28 states in fighting to protect a historic cross honoring World War I veterans as part of a case with broader implications for the First Amendment. The 28-state coalition urges the U.S. Supreme Court to protect veterans’ memorials that feature religious...
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Plan Your Visit to the 2018 Indiana State Fair

July 31, 2018
Plan Your Visit to the 2018 Indiana State Fair

The best way to enjoy the Indiana State Fair from August 3-19 is to plan ahead. With dozens of exhibits and activities, including the new and exciting Big Top Circus presented by Bee Window, Animal Town presented by Farm Bureau and The Ninja Experience, it’s a good idea for fairgoers to determine what they want to...
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In Letter to Air Force Secretary, Young and Banks Highlight Fort Wayne as Optimal Location For F-16s

July 31, 2018
In Letter to Air Force Secretary, Young and Banks Highlight Fort Wayne as Optimal Location For F-16s

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Congressman Jim Banks (IN-R-03) Monday sent a letter to Heather Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force, in support of transitioning Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base’s 122nd Fighter Wing from A-10s to F-16 fighter jets. “The 122nd Fighter Wing at Fort Wayne represents an optimal unit to transition to...
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DCI Drum Corps Competition at PHS Rockpile Tonight

July 31, 2018
DCI Drum Corps Competition at PHS Rockpile Tonight

Plymouth High School and the Plymouth Band Boosters are excited to announce a national marching event will be held at Plymouth High School’s Rockpile stadium tonight, Tuesday, July 31. Drum Corps International announced Plymouth High School as the host site for the new DCI Tour called, “Hoosier Heartland.” Drum Corps International has been the...
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PHS All School Alumni Friday Night River Park Square

July 30, 2018
PHS All School Alumni Friday Night River Park Square

The Plymouth High School all school alumni will be held in River Park Square this Friday evening, August 3rd. The committee has joined with the City of Plymouth for the first “Mayor’s Month of Music” event. Alumni will gather in the designated grassy area by the river where the PHS Alumni hospitality tent will...
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Two Vehicle Crash on Oak Drive

July 30, 2018
Two Vehicle Crash on Oak Drive

Just after 5 p.m. Monday, July 30th, emergency responders were dispatched to a two vehicle personal injury accident on Oak Drive in front of Sherwood Tire. A gold Ford van collided with a white Ford Expedition. Plymouth Police reported the injuries were minor, sustained from the airbag deployment and seatbelts.  No one was transported...
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Earl W. Buchert, 88, of Plymouth

July 30, 2018
Earl W. Buchert, 88, of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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2nd Annual Dash N’ Splash this Saturday for M.C. Humane Society

July 30, 2018
2nd Annual Dash N’ Splash this Saturday for M.C. Humane Society

The second annual Splash N’ Dash fundraiser for the Marshall County Humane Society will be held this Saturday at the Beach Lodge in downtown Culver. This fundraiser was created last year to assist with routine maintenance at the shelter and ended up being so successful that enough money was raised to help with the...
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Senator Randy Head: Community Crossings Matching Grant Program

July 30, 2018
Senator Randy Head: Community Crossings Matching Grant Program

Indiana Senator Randy Head recently said the Indiana General Assembly passed legislation in 2016 to create a program to help cities, counties and towns across our state improve their roads and bridges – the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program. Through the program, the Indiana Department of Transportation matches up to $1 million when localities invest in...
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Donnelly Welcomes Federal Grants for Airports in Indianapolis, South Bend, Bedford, French Lick, and Michigan City

July 30, 2018
Donnelly Welcomes Federal Grants for Airports in Indianapolis, South Bend, Bedford, French Lick, and Michigan City

U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly Monday welcomed major federal grants from the Department of Transportation to help five airports in Indiana support needed construction projects and improve operations. Donnelly said, “These grants will help upgrade infrastructure at a number of airports across Indiana, improving the safety and efficiency of operations – fueling economic opportunities for...
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Walorski Statement on Strong Economic Report

July 30, 2018
Walorski Statement on Strong Economic Report

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) late last week released a statement on the strong economic report showing 4.1 percent growth of gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter of 2018: “The strong economic report is the latest sign the American economy is booming. Historic tax cuts and regulatory reforms have put our country...
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Learn About Swiss Genealogy at the Culver Library

July 30, 2018
Learn About Swiss Genealogy at the Culver Library

‘Swiss Genealogy’ will be held at the Culver-Union Township Public Library on Saturday, August 4 at 10:00 a.m. Genealogist Monty Peden will talk about Swiss records and research strategies; he will include information on Anabaptist, Amish and Mennonites from Switzerland.  Some common Swiss and Pennsylvania German ‘Deutsch’ names are Amstutz, Baumgartner, Burkhalter, Burki, Gerber, Hochestetler, Lehman,...
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M.C. Soil & Water Conservation District: From the Ground Up, At the 4H Fair

July 30, 2018
M.C. Soil & Water Conservation District: From the Ground Up, At the 4H Fair

I was at the Marshall County 4H Fair this year with the Augmented Reality Sandbox. I know a lot of people got to see it in action and were blown away. I’m a little like a proud parent taking a child out in public, however, I can’t really take credit for how great it...
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Regional Stellar Meeting for Marshall County at

July 29, 2018
Regional Stellar Meeting for Marshall County at

Thursday morning 95 leaders from Marshall County and representatives from various organizations participated in an input session to discuss projects for the Regional Stellar Community grant application at the Swan Lake Resort. The steering committee highlighted projects being considered for the application including housing projects in Argos, Bourbon and Plymouth.   Quality of Life projects...
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