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Archive for August, 2018

Coffee With Dean 8-17-18

August 18, 2018


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Coffee With Dean 8-15-18

August 18, 2018


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Dust At Dusk with Angela 8-11-18

August 18, 2018


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St. Joe Health Systems show (Diabetes)

August 18, 2018


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Lady Pilgrims kick past Argos

August 18, 2018

By Andrew D. Hayn Correspondent ARGOS – The Plymouth Lady Rockies defeated the Argos Dragons for the first time since 2012 on a scoring frenzy from senior Madison Smith. Smith had a hat trick in the first 12 minutes of play en route to a 5-1 win over the Lady Dragons. The Lady Rockies...
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Opportunistic Knights take win over Rockies in opener

August 18, 2018

Opportunistic Knights take win over Rockies in opener By Rusty Nixon Sports Editor KENDALVILLE – It was a learning process for Plymouth’s Rockies as they took a 16-6 loss on the road at East Noble on Friday night. With some experienced talent returning, and some inexperienced talent in it’s opening Friday night, it was...
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Chicago Cubs Yu Darvish Expected to Start for South Bend Cubs on Second Rehab Assignment

August 18, 2018

MEDIA ALERT: Chicago Cubs Yu Darvish Expected to Start for South Bend Cubs on Second Rehab Assignment Darvish expected to start Sunday’s game against the Great Lakes Loons. This will be the second time this season that Darvish has appeared in a South Bend Cubs uniform at Four Winds Field.   As reported by multiple sources, it is...
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Wilcox Arrested at The Points for PI & Disorderly Conduct

August 17, 2018
Wilcox Arrested at The Points for PI & Disorderly Conduct

Monday night August 13th, just after nine, Plymouth Police were dispatched to 307 North Kingston for a public disturbance at the Pointe. While investigating the report of a loud disturbance, 60 year old Donald L. Wilcox of Plymouth was arrested for Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct.   Listeners and readers are reminded that charging...
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California Man Arrested at Red Rock on Traffic Stop

August 17, 2018
California Man Arrested at Red Rock on Traffic Stop

On Tuesday, August 14th at approximately 10:15 at night, 38 year old James D. Taft of Long Beach, California was stopped on a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Economy Inn Motel on North Michigan Street. After an investigation by Plymouth Police Officer Jerrid Arnold, Mr. Taft was arrested and incarcerated in...
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Dodson Arrested for Theft From Place of Employment

August 17, 2018
Dodson Arrested for Theft From Place of Employment

On Monday, August 13, at approximately 7:15 in the evening Plymouth Police Officer Krynock located 33 year old Heather A. Dodson at a family member’s residence. Dodson was taken into custody and arrested for criminal mischief and theft she committed at her place of employment, Parkside Mini-mart. Heather Dodson was transported to the Marshall...
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Donnelly, Group of Senators Urge Administration Not to Abandon Financial Protections for Servicemembers

August 17, 2018
Donnelly, Group of Senators Urge Administration Not to Abandon Financial Protections for Servicemembers

In an effort to protect soldiers and their families from abusive financial practices, U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, helped lead 48 other Senators in urging the Administration in a letter not to abandon its duty to protect our servicemembers and their families under the Military Lending Act...
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Former Wawasee Wrestling Coach Arrested For Sexual Misconduct With A Minor

August 17, 2018
Former Wawasee Wrestling Coach Arrested For Sexual Misconduct With A Minor

A former Wawasee Middle School and High School Wrestling coach was arrested today, August 17, 2018, following an investigation by the Indiana State Police into alleged inappropriate contact between the coach and a juvenile female student. Joshua M. Vallejo, age 29, of Warsaw, IN, is alleged to have had inappropriate sexual contact with a female...
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Plymouth Police Arrest Peeping Tom on Memory Court

August 17, 2018
Plymouth Police Arrest Peeping Tom on Memory Court

A Plymouth man was arrested Friday morning by Plymouth Police for Voyeurism and Resisting Law Enforcement. About 2:20 Friday morning Plymouth were dispatched to Memory Court for a suspicious male subject who was on private property and had been looking into windows. 33 year old Timothy L. Hoff of Ed Cook Blvd. fled from...
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Family Farms from Marshall County Receive Hoosier Homestead Award

August 16, 2018
Family Farms from Marshall County Receive Hoosier Homestead Award

At the Indiana State Fair, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler honored 88 families with the Hoosier Homestead Award for their longstanding commitment to Indiana agriculture. To be named a Hoosier Homestead, farms must be owned by the same family for more than 100 consecutive years, and...
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County Highway Seeks Additional Appropriation for Continued Road Projects

August 16, 2018
County Highway Seeks Additional Appropriation for Continued Road Projects

This week, members of the Marshall County council voiced their support for a request of an additional appropriation for the County Highway Department. Jason Peters, Supervisor of the County Highway said he needs an additional $300,000 to finish the 2018 road plan.  He told them it’s been a very successful year with 75 miles...
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Rockie frosh shut out by Marian

August 16, 2018

Rockie frosh shut out by Marian PLYMOUTH – The Freshmen Rockies opened up their 2018 season at home Thursday evening against Mishawaka Marian. The Rockies fell in the contest by a score of 22-0. In their first high school action, the Rockies fell behind in the first half by a score of 22-0. The...
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Humane Society of Marshall County to Host FREE Microchip Clinic Oct. 13th

August 16, 2018
Humane Society of Marshall County to Host FREE Microchip Clinic Oct. 13th

Did you know that one in three pets will be lost at some point?  That’s scary!  Microchips save lives by reuniting pets with their owners quickly. The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is injected just under the skin, between the shoulders in your pet.  The chip transmits an...
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Plymouth gets NLC shut out

August 16, 2018

Plymouth gets NLC shut out PLYMOUTH – Plymouth’s boys tennis team shut out conference foe Wawasee to open the NLC season for the Pilgrims by a final of 5-0. Andy Rostron, Grant Houin and Nic Bagley all took their singles matches in straight sets. The doubles teams of Clay Hilliard and Adam Hunter and...
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Culver takes win over Mishawaka

August 16, 2018

Culver takes win over Mishawaka CULVER – Culver’s boys soccer squad got four goals and an assist from Trent Jones on their way to a 6-2 win over Mishawaka. The Cavs scored twice in the first few minutes and never looked back holding a 3-1 lead at the half way mark. The Cavemen scored...
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LaVille shoots past Bremen

August 16, 2018

LaVille shoots past Bremen BREMEN – The Lady Lancers soccer team fought hard to defeat a very defensively strong Bremen team by a 6-1 final. Senior Kelsey Aschenbrenner picked up her first hat trick of the season. Freshmen Lauren Dove and Kylie Gorka dominated the offensive end. Shelfie Zeiger, Kylee Platz, Micah Edwards and...
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