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Archive for January, 2019

Plymouth stays on top in NLC hunt with win over Memorial

January 6, 2019
Plymouth stays on top in NLC hunt with win over Memorial

PLYMOUTH – It was a night of big plays made by a lot of players as the Plymouth Pilgrims stayed on top of the NLC title chase by beating #5 ranked (4A) Elkhart Memorial with a 61-57 overtime win at Plymouth. “We didn’t flinch tonight,” said Plymouth coach Ryan Bales. “There have been other...
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Argos honors class of champions

January 6, 2019
Argos honors class of champions

ARGOS – The Argos community partied like it was 1979 Friday night.  During a reception before the high school boys basketball game, then again at halftime, former players and family members of the 1978-79 boys soccer and basketball teams celebrated the 40-year anniversary of that historic season. During that memorable school year, the soccer...
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Carl J. Bachtel, age 83, of Walkerton (rural Marshall Co

January 6, 2019

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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What’s Your Opinion 1-4-19

January 4, 2019


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Gidley Hands Gavel Over to Jacobs on Plymouth BZA

January 3, 2019
Gidley Hands Gavel Over to Jacobs on Plymouth BZA

Mark Gidley is serving his final year of a 4-year term on the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals and Plan Commission.  During Wednesday night’s meeting, Gidley, who has been president said, “I am going to be finishing my on the BZA. I think I’ve been on here 9 or 10 years and I think...
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Get to Know Marshall County Businesses – AutoCam360

January 3, 2019
Get to Know Marshall County Businesses – AutoCam360

A new business, unlike any other in the area, is soon set to officially launch in Plymouth. The success of this innovative company shows that Marshall County is an excellent place for small businesses to grow and thrive. The business, known as AutoCam360, began within Plymouth-based Kessler Crane in March of 2018. Thanks to...
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City Council Transfers Funds into Rainy Day Line Item

January 3, 2019
City Council Transfers Funds into Rainy Day Line Item

Last week the Plymouth City Council approved transferring of $750,000 from the General Fund to the Rainy Day Fund at the recommendation of Jeanine Xaver, the City Clerk Treasurer.  The transfer would bring the Rainy Day Fund balance back up to $3.6 million. Don Ecker, serving as Mayor Pro Tem since Mayor Senter was...
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A Thank You from Salvation Army Director Doug Kucera

January 3, 2019
A Thank You from Salvation Army Director Doug Kucera

Marshall County Salvation Army Director, Doug Kucera wanted to send a special Thank You to all who helped make this year’s Red Kettle Belling Ringing project such a success. In a letter to WTCA Kucera wrote: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Plymouth community for its incredible support for the...
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President Signs Young and Warren’s Government Accountability Bill Into Law

January 3, 2019
President Signs Young and Warren’s Government Accountability Bill Into Law

Thursday, the President signed U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) bipartisan legislation to increase oversight of taxpayer dollars spent by federal agencies into law. The Good Accounting Obligation in Government (GAO-IG) Act requires federal agencies to report on open and unimplemented recommendations from the Office of Inspector General (IG) and the Government Accountability Office...
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MCEDC Offers SCORE Workshop

January 3, 2019
MCEDC Offers SCORE Workshop

Marshall County has a rich history of entrepreneurship, with many successful businesses starting out of the home or garage. We are looking for the next generation of small business owners to join the Marshall County business community.Entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and small business owners are encouraged to sign up for a small business development workshop...
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