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Archive for February, 2019

Riverside J-Crew Visit Miller’s

February 10, 2019
Riverside J-Crew Visit Miller’s

  Miller’s Assisted Living residents and volunteers have been working on a project the past few weeks in which they would give back to the students of Riverside Intermediate School. 5th and 6th grade students visit with the residents once a month to help build social and conversational as well as to just have...
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Young and Baldwin Reintroduce Bill to Ensure American Students Remain Globally Competitive

February 10, 2019
Young and Baldwin Reintroduce Bill to Ensure American Students Remain Globally Competitive

Friday, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) announced they have reintroduced a bipartisan bill to reauthorize Title VI of the Higher Education Act. The Advancing International and Foreign Language Education Act will ensure that American students have access to quality international and foreign language education programs that meet the needs of our nation...
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Calhoun, Cartwright, four Academy wrestlers headed for state

February 10, 2019
Calhoun, Cartwright, four Academy wrestlers headed for state

IHSAA SEMISTATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT At East Chicago TOP 20 TEAM SCORES: Crown Point 87, Portage 81 ½, Merrillville 71 ½, Culver Academies 67 ½, Wawasee 55, Mishawaka 45, Penn 44, Chesterton 42, Harrison (West Lafayette) 25, Calumet 24, Wheeler 24, Attica 23, Plymouth 21, LaVille 20, Hammond Morton 16, LaPorte 13, Hebron 11, West...
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County Road Conditions

February 10, 2019
County Road Conditions

Due to the snow over last few hours, the Marshall County Highway crew will run main lines through out the county. Crews will run for about 4 hours and make plans after for tomorrow morning start time. Road conditions are slick, allow extra time to stop. 
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Reichard hits 1000 but Lady Pilgrims can’t hold off Penn

February 10, 2019
Reichard hits 1000 but Lady Pilgrims can’t hold off Penn

LaPORTE – It seemed like the dream might live for at least one more game, but a tough second half doomed the Plymouth Lady Pilgrims bid for a regional title as they fell to Penn by a 47-28 final. For the first half Plymouth gave Penn all they could have wanted, for the most...
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Red Storm defeats LaVille

February 10, 2019

Red Storm defeats LaVille LAKEVILLE – The seventh grade Lady Red Storm traveled to LaVille Thursday night and walked away with a win with a final score of 26-8. The girls played hard throughout the game playing great defense and worked the ball well on offense.
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Triton defeats Clinton Christian

February 10, 2019

Triton slips past Clinton Christian BOURBON – Triton’s Trojans took a 43-42 win over Clinton Christian. Ashton Oviedo led the Trojans with 11 points followed by Keegan Westafer with 10. The Trojans are now 7-9 on the season and 3-3 in the HNAC. They will be in action at Rochester on Tuesday.
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CMA defeats Attucks

February 10, 2019

BOYS BASKETBALL CULVER MILITARY 64, CRISPUS ATTACKS 35 At Culver CA        12          21          27          35 CMA      13          30          47          64 CA: Jason Hall 2, Harold Bennett 9, Donavon Barnett 4, Sincere McMahon 10, Jaden Tyson 0, E.J. Smith 0, Willie Mays 0, Jayon Barnett 0, Courtney Radford 4, Jaiquan Edwards 6,...
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Comeback falls short as Pilgrims fall to Warsaw

February 9, 2019
Comeback falls short as Pilgrims fall to Warsaw

PLYMOUTH – It was a game that had all sorts of implications for the NLC title – as it always seems to – and Warsaw’s Tigers were able to put themselves in the driver’s seat for the championship with a 54-41 win over Plymouth. For the Tigers it keeps them unbeaten in NLC play...
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Grand Jury Decision: No Charges for Truck Driver in US 31 Bus Fatality

February 8, 2019
Grand Jury Decision:  No Charges for Truck Driver in US 31 Bus Fatality

Friday afternoon the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office announced the decisions of the Grand Jury on two separate cases. Tylor Perry, the driver of the straight-truck that rear-ended a Winamac School bus that had stopped for the railroad tracks on US 31 on December 5th, 2018 will not face any criminal charges.  That crash claimed...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

February 8, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff to honor former U.S. Representative John David Dingell, Jr., the longest-serving member of Congress in U.S. history. Flags should be flown at half-staff from now until sunset Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents across...
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Walorski Calls for Vote on Bill to Prevent Infanticide

February 8, 2019
Walorski Calls for Vote on Bill to Prevent Infanticide

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday spoke on the House floor in support of the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (H.R. 962), legislation that would prohibit infanticide and ensure babies born alive after abortion attempts receive the same medical care and legal protections as babies born any other way. “Unfortunately, H.R. 962 is needed more...
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Warsaw Man Arrested After Short Vehicle Pursuit

February 8, 2019
Warsaw Man Arrested After Short Vehicle Pursuit

Thursday, February 7th a short vehicle pursuit led to the arrest of Randall Yeazel, 63, Warsaw. Yeazel was incarcerated in the Fulton County Jail to face criminal charges for possession of methamphetamine, possession of a narcotic drug, resisting law enforcement with a vehicle, and driving after having being deemed a habitual traffic violator for...
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NIPSCO Delays Repairs for Gas Leak on Maple Road

February 7, 2019
NIPSCO Delays Repairs for Gas Leak on Maple Road

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters said NIPSCO has postponed repairs for the gas leak on Maple Road. On Wednesday NIPSCO contacted the County Highway and said they needed to close Maple Road between 11 B and Michigan Road on Friday to repair a gas leak. Thursday, late afternoon NIPSCO contacted the highway and...
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Richeson Files on Republican ballot for City Council At-Large Seat

February 7, 2019
Richeson Files on Republican ballot for City Council At-Large Seat

Local attorney Burke Richeson threw his hat into the political ring again on Thursday, filing on the Republican ticket for an at-large seat on the Plymouth City Council. In 2015 Richeson ran for an at-large seat on the Plymouth City Council with 5 other candidates to fill the three open seats.  He was unsuccessful. ...
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ISP Officer Involved Crash on US 31 in Marshall County

February 7, 2019
ISP Officer Involved Crash on US 31 in Marshall County

An Indiana State Police Trooper was involved in a two vehicle collision of US 31, south of the Michigan Road intersection just after 10 Thursday morning. Trooper David Caswell was travelling southbound on US 31 near 13th road when he was involved in a rear end crash with a black 1999 Explorer.  The southbound Explorer...
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PHS Dance Marathon To benefit Riley Hospital for Children will be held tomorrow – Friday, Feb. 8

February 7, 2019
PHS Dance Marathon To benefit Riley Hospital for Children will be held tomorrow – Friday, Feb. 8

The Plymouth High Riley School Dance Marathon is re-scheduled for this Friday, February 8, starting during the school day and kicking off at noon. Originally the Riley Dance Marathon was scheduled for Saturday, January 12, but was postponed due to downstate inclement winter weather that hindered members from two key partnering entities: Riley Children’s...
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Senator Head Legislation to Address School Bus Safety Issues Passes Committee

February 7, 2019
Senator Head Legislation to Address School Bus Safety Issues Passes Committee

A bill authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) that would comprehensively address school bus safety issues in Indiana recently passed the Senate Committee on Judiciary unanimously. Senate Bill 2 would: ·       Increase the penalties for drivers who violate school bus stop laws, including making a violation that results in death a Level 5 felony and...
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MARSHALL COUNTY GRAND JURY CONCLUSION ON FATAL SCHOOL BUS CRASH TO BE RELEASED FRIDAY

February 7, 2019
MARSHALL COUNTY GRAND JURY CONCLUSION ON FATAL SCHOOL BUS CRASH TO BE RELEASED FRIDAY

The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office will release the recommendation of the Grand Jury that was convened on February 4th and 5th on possible criminal charges of the truck driver involved in the fatal school bus crash on U.S. 31 on December 5, 2018. A press conference will be held on Friday afternoon February 8th...
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2019 PHS Basketball Homecoming Court Announced

February 7, 2019
2019 PHS Basketball Homecoming Court Announced

Plymouth High School congratulates the following students on their nomination to the 2019 Basketball Homecoming Court. This year’s prince and princess and king and queen will be crowned at this Friday’s homecoming boys basketball game as Plymouth takes on Warsaw. Tip off is set for 6:15 p.m. The PHS homecoming prince and princess will...
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