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Archive for November, 2018

Senator Head: Organization Day at the Statehouse

November 22, 2018
Senator Head: Organization Day at the Statehouse

Tuesday, legislators convened at the Statehouse in preparation for the 2019 legislative session. The Senate welcomed five newly elected senators who took the oath of office surrounded by fellow legislators and family.  Tuesday’s gathering of state lawmakers, known as Organization Day, also provided opportunities to discuss legislative topics and meet with fellow senators and...
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State Park Holiday Gift Packs are Now Available

November 22, 2018
State Park Holiday Gift Packs are Now Available

Don’t know what to buy for the person who has everything? Giving a holiday gift pack from the DNR may be your solution. It’s a gift the recipient can use the whole year, saving you $31 compared to what the items would sell for separately. Whether that person enjoys camping outdoors or sleeping in...
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IDEM Submits $40.9M Volkswagen Settlement Mitigation Plan

November 22, 2018
IDEM Submits $40.9M Volkswagen Settlement Mitigation Plan

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) has submitted the final plan for spending $40.9 million awarded to the State of Indiana from the national Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Environmental Mitigation Trust. The funding will be used for projects designed to alleviate nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions caused by Volkswagen vehicles. Indiana’s final plan was submitted to...
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Miller’s Gives to Shut-Ins

November 22, 2018
Miller’s Gives to Shut-Ins

Miller’s Assisted Living Facility hosted their annual Family Thanksgiving Buffet on Sunday, November 18th from 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  This has become a tradition which is looked forward to by young and old alike.  This year over 120 adults and 6 children were served.  As the last family left the dining room the...
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Indiana State Police Increases Traffic Enforcement This Thanksgiving With Operation C.A.R.E.

November 21, 2018
Indiana State Police Increases Traffic Enforcement This Thanksgiving With Operation C.A.R.E.

As millions of Americans flood our nation’s highways this Thanksgiving travel holiday, Indiana State Police will join forces with peer law enforcement agencies in other states as part of Operation C.A.R.E. Operation C.A.R.E.—short for Combined Accident Reduction Effort—reduces crashes by enforcing laws relating to impaired driving, seat belts, speeding and young-adult driver licenses. It...
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Culver Workforce Housing Development Wins State Funding

November 20, 2018
Culver Workforce Housing Development Wins State Funding

Last week, IHCDA awarded state funding to “The Paddocks,” the Town of Culver’s latest workforce housing initiative. This development is the next step in Culver’s ongoing effort to support local employers by increasing housing options and ensuring their employees can live and work in Culver. The Paddocks was awarded $925,000 in RHTCs and $500,000...
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Mishler: General Assembly Kicks Off 2019 Session

November 20, 2018
Mishler: General Assembly Kicks Off 2019 Session

State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) gathered with fellow legislators Tuesday at the Statehouse for Organization Day — the ceremonial start of the 121st Indiana General Assembly. Organization Day is made up of the swearing in of new and returning General Assembly members as well as the annual first roll call of all state lawmakers. This...
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Awards Handed Out Chamber’s Annual Dinner

November 20, 2018
Awards Handed Out Chamber’s Annual Dinner

  The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce 2018 Annual Dinner and Awards took place on November 15th, at Christos’ Banquet Center. Francis Ellert was the Emcee for the evening and Bob Snare provided the dinner music. Awards were presented in several categories, Of the Year, Service to the Community, and Board of Directors Awards.  ...
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Dennie makes it official that he’s headed to Arizona State

November 20, 2018
Dennie makes it official that he’s headed to Arizona State

PLYMOUTH – A member of the Plymouth Pilgrims has decided to head west to pursue his college baseball career. Senior Cam Dennie has decided to continue his education and baseball career at Arizona State University. “A lot of it has to do with the coaches, the facilities, the great weather,” said Dennie. “They want...
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This Holiday Weekend, Travel Safely and Plan Ahead

November 20, 2018
This Holiday Weekend, Travel Safely and Plan Ahead

Americans plan to travel pretty far to get their turkey fix this Thanksgiving, so says the American Automobile Association (AAA). It’s projected that more than 54 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles this Thanksgiving, which would be the most since 2005 and almost a five percent increase over 2017. With that many...
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THE RECYCLE DEPOT HOSTING ITS ANNUAL SHREDDING EVENT

November 20, 2018
THE RECYCLE DEPOT HOSTING ITS ANNUAL SHREDDING EVENT

The Marshall County Recycle Depot is hosting a document shredding event for Marshall County residents and businesses on Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. Citizens should bring their confidential documents for shredding to the Recycle Depot at 1900 Walter Glaub Drive in Plymouth. The service is free for residents, and...
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Representative Jordan returns to the Statehouse for Organization Day

November 20, 2018
Representative Jordan returns to the Statehouse for Organization Day

State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) joined fellow legislators at the Statehouse today for the Indiana General Assembly’s Organization Day. Organization Day marks the ceremonial start to the 2019 legislative session. It occurs annually in November, providing state lawmakers time to gather together, meet new members and prepare for the upcoming legislative session. Following the...
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Mejia Arrested for Operating Without a License

November 20, 2018
Mejia Arrested for Operating Without a License

A traffic stop was conducted in the area of Western and Skylane Drive on Sunday, November 18th about 8:15 in the evening.  Plymouth Police Officer Matt Emenhiser stopped the vehicle for driving left of center. It was discovered that the driver, 19 year old Oscar Mejia of South Bend was operating a vehicle without...
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Young Legislation Incentivizes New Investments in Cleaner and More Efficient Coal Technology

November 20, 2018
Young Legislation Incentivizes New Investments in Cleaner and More Efficient Coal Technology

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Tuesday announced new legislation to revitalize the Department of Energy’s (DOE) loan guarantee program and incentivize energy producers to construct new, cleaner, and more efficient coal-fired units. The Reinvigorating American Energy Infrastructure Act, S.3653, would expand eligibility for DOE’s existing loan guarantee program to high efficiency, low emission generating coal...
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DOR Warns of Email Scam Impersonating IRS

November 20, 2018
DOR Warns of Email Scam Impersonating IRS

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) warn of fraudulent emails impersonating either revenue agency encouraging individuals to open files corrupted with malware. These scam emails use tax transcripts as bait to entice users to open the attachments. The scam is particularly problematic for businesses or government agencies whose...
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Triton FAA Presents at School Board Meeting

November 20, 2018
Triton FAA Presents at School Board Meeting

Triton High School FFA members gave an outstanding presentation to the Triton School Board on Monday evening about their recent trip to the National FFA Convention. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said the students were able to hear President Trumps speak and see Garth brooks.   He said. “We are so proud of each and every one...
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Plymouth Frosh fall in opener

November 20, 2018

Plymouth frosh fall in openerMISHAWAKA – The Plymouth boy’s freshmen basketball team opened up the season on the road at Mishawaka Marian on Monday night. The Pilgrims went down in defeat by a score of 54-37. The Pilgrims were led by David Schadek with 12 points. The Pilgrims (0-1 ; NLC 0-0) return back into action...
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Tech Talk 11-20-18

November 20, 2018


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Interview with author Kayleen Reusser 11-19-18

November 20, 2018


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Plymouth wrestlers open at Early Bird tournament

November 20, 2018

Plymouth competed at the Culver Military Academy “Early Bird” super dual going 3-1 on the day. Following are the results: Plymouth 53 Rochester 30 Plymouth 31 CMA 48 Plymouth 41 SB Adams 36 Plymouth 66 Knox 9 Individual Results: 145 Fernando Rebollo 4-0 with 4 pins 170 Graham Calhoun 4-0 132 Jordan Howard 3-0...
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