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Archive for November, 2018

Adams pressure too much for Pilgrims in loss

November 30, 2018
Adams pressure too much for Pilgrims in loss

SOUTH BEND – A good start was no indication of the end as Plymouth’s Pilgrims dropped a 67-51 game at South Bend Adams. The Pilgrims looked solid and in control for most of a quarter and a half, but the Eagles pushed the accelerator and used a 16-7 second quarter to jump out to...
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Coffee with Dean 11-30-18

November 30, 2018


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Coffee with Dean 11-28-18

November 30, 2018


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James Snyder, 71, of Plymouth

November 30, 2018
James Snyder, 71, of  Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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St. Joe Health Systems Show 11-29-18

November 30, 2018


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Potential for Heavy Weekend Rains, Threat of Flooding

November 30, 2018
Potential for Heavy Weekend Rains, Threat of Flooding

The National Weather Service is advising of the potential for heavy rain (up to 1 in) for this weekend.  Heavy rain combined with melting snow and frozen or partly frozen ground, may result in some flooding of low lying areas, including ponding on road surfaces and rises on rivers this weekend into early next...
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Johnson Resigns from Argos Town Board, Democrats Appoint Shawn Harley

November 29, 2018
Johnson Resigns from Argos Town Board, Democrats Appoint Shawn Harley

About two weeks ago the Vice President of the Argos Town Council, Dustin Johnson resigned his position.  According to Lisa Mullaney, Clerk Treasurer, Johnson sent an email with his resignation and told the clerk he had purchased a home outside of the Argos town limits so he tendered his resignation. Since the Marshall County...
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PHS Senior CeCe Robinson Hosts 2nd Special Olympics Clinic at PHS

November 29, 2018
PHS Senior CeCe Robinson Hosts 2nd Special Olympics Clinic at PHS

Celia “CeCe” Robinson, a senior at Plymouth High School, and a member of the IHSAA Student Advisory Committee will once again host a Special Olympics Clinic at Plymouth High School to raise awareness for Special Olympics Indiana. Last year she organized a basketball clinic and this year she is hosting a soccer clinic. The...
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Donate to the Salvation Army | Help Those In Need Today‎

November 29, 2018
Donate to the Salvation Army | Help Those In Need Today‎

The Salvation Army bell ringing season starts each November and runs through Christmas Eve, when the red kettles are packed away for the season. Volunteers are the difference between an empty kettle and one that raises about $30 per hour – enough to provide a family with two bags of groceries, or shelter an...
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Change in Date for Next Culver Town Council Meeting

November 29, 2018
Change in Date for Next Culver Town Council Meeting

Karen Heim the Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of Culver announced a change for the next Town Council meeting. Originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 11th, the Culver Town Council will meet one week earlier on Tuesday, December 4th.   The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Culver Town Hall at 200 East Washington...
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Following Administration Briefing, Young Announces Support for Senate Joint Resolution on Yemen

November 29, 2018
Following Administration Briefing, Young Announces Support for Senate Joint Resolution on Yemen

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, spoke on the Senate floor Wednesdayregarding the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and the U.S. relationship with Saudi Arabia following a briefing with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis. In his speech, Senator Young announced that...
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Triton 6th Graders Create Cave Paintings

November 29, 2018
Triton 6th Graders Create Cave Paintings

Triton Elementary 6th graders, after learning about earliest humans in Social Studies, used field stones to create their own “Cave Paintings,” depicting an important event in their lives in art class. Triton Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “Thank you Mrs. McFarland for making art both practical and fun!”
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County to Receive FEMA Reimbursement for Debris Removal

November 28, 2018
County to Receive FEMA Reimbursement for Debris Removal

Last week during the Marshall County Commissioner’s meeting, Highway Superintendent Jason Peters updated them on the FEMA reimbursement. The county was approved for a payment of $13,177.15 for debris removal from the February flooding event.  Peters said he signed the paperwork earlier in November and the county should receive their reimbursement in the next...
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City Approves Complete Streets Policy

November 28, 2018
City Approves Complete Streets Policy

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the Complete Streets Policy during Monday’s meeting. The policy requires the city to provide a transportation network that promotes accessibility, equity, health, economic vitality, and quality of life through safe, convenient, and welcoming streets for all users.  The city’s transportation network shall include...
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Common Council Approves Additional Appropriations as House Keeping Issue

November 28, 2018
Common Council Approves Additional Appropriations as House Keeping Issue

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council approved several resolutions for additional appropriations at the request of the Clerk/Treasurer. Clerk Jeanine Xaver explained the reasoning why the additional were presented.  She said, “This year we added extra funds into the regular budget process which we hadn’t done in the past.  Since we didn’t do the...
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Discover Plymouth Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced

November 28, 2018
Discover Plymouth Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced

Discover Plymouth held a scavenger hunt on Shop Small Saturday in the downtown area.  Over 40 businesses participated in the scavenger hunt by hiding a item that related to the Christmas song they selected.  Shoppers were given a ballot and then went to the local businesses to find the correct items.  Once their ballots...
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Marshall County Tourism Offers Funding for Local Events and Marketing Projects to Draw Visitors in 2019

November 28, 2018
Marshall County Tourism Offers Funding for Local Events and Marketing Projects to Draw Visitors in 2019

Marshall County Tourism will award $40,000 in 2019 to support local events and marketing efforts to entice visitors through grant programs. Marshall County Tourism will award non-matching grants up to $2000 through two grant programs, the Tourism Enhancement and Development (TED) Events Grant and Marketing Grant. The TED Grant has been established to support...
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NILES SCREAM PARK RAISES MORE THAN $132,000 FOR LOCAL GROUPS

November 28, 2018
NILES SCREAM PARK RAISES MORE THAN $132,000 FOR LOCAL GROUPS

The Niles Scream Park, one of Michiana’s most popular autumn attractions, recently completed another successful season at its always changing 44 acre site on Mayflower Road between Niles and Buchanan. This year, the 45th consecutive year for running the project, the Scream Park raised over $132,000 for more than 80 area children’s organizations, civic...
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Great Turnout for Parade of Lights, Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

November 28, 2018
Great Turnout for Parade of Lights, Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival

Laura Mann, Promotion of the City Coordinator was very pleased with the Parade of Lights and Christmas Tree lighting event on Saturday night. This year the parade had 21 units.  She said some of the participants were new this year and some are regulars that return each year for the event.  The theme this...
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AG Hill cautions Fans Buying Event Tickets Through Secondhand Person-to-Person Transactions

November 28, 2018
AG Hill cautions Fans Buying Event Tickets Through Secondhand Person-to-Person Transactions

As fans prepare to descend on Indianapolis this weekend for the Big Ten championship football game between Northwestern and Ohio State universities, Attorney General Curtis Hill Tuesday warned consumers of the dangers of buying tickets to spectator events through secondhand person-to-person transactions. Person-to-person buying typically involves a cash transaction for tickets without documentation proving...
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