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Archive for February, 2019

SB Cubs to sell All Star/Fan Fest tickets

February 19, 2019

SOUTH BEND, IN – The Midwest League All-Star Week at Four Winds Field is shaping up to be a summer destination for baseball fans from around the country. In addition to the 55th Annual All-Star Game on Tuesday, June 18, the South Bend Cubs will host All-Star Fan Fest on Monday, June 17, that...
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Red Storm takes NorthWood

February 19, 2019

Red Storm takes NorthWood PLYMOUTH – Lincoln’s eighth grade girls basketball team took a 27-7 win over NorthWood. The team capitalized on creating turnovers with its press and defensive pressure to take a 12-3 lead into halftime. The Red Storm continued with good ball movement, solid defense, to take the win. Leading the way...
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LaVille topples O-D

February 19, 2019

LaVille topples O-D LAKEVILLE — LaVille’s Lancers ended their season at 19-3 with a big home win over Oregon-Davis by a 78-25 final. Luke Beehler had 21 points to lead the Lancers. •LAVILLE 78, OREGON-DAVIS 25 At Lakeville OD 9 10 13 25 LaVille 19 35 58 78 OD – Saylor 0, Taylor 4,...
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Glenn loses to Washington

February 19, 2019

Glenn loses to Washington SOUTH BEND — Despite a fantastic performance in the second half, John Glenn’s varsity boys basketball team could not climb out of a first quarter hole, dropping an overtime road conference contest to Washington Tuesday night. Glenn was led by the hot-shooting Rob Porter, who finished with 23 including four...
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Locals place at diving regional

February 19, 2019

Diving regional Locals place at Penn MISHAWAKA — Diving Regional was held at Penn High School Tuesday. NorthWood’s junior Caden Jenkins finished in fifth place with 366.15 points. Plymouth’s senior Justin Moser was 16th with 218.80 points and Culver Academy’s freshman Reid Omilian was 19th with 206.45 points.
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Pilgrims defeated by St. Joe

February 19, 2019
Pilgrims defeated by St. Joe

SOUTH BEND — It was another red hot shooting team and in particular, one red hot player as South Bend St. Joe took a 66-56 win over Plymouth at St. Joe Tuesday. The Pilgrims went in at halftime trailing just 28-24 out of the break the Indians JR Konieczny went off for 16 points...
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Highway Superintendent Updates Commissioners of State Distribution of Funds

February 19, 2019
Highway Superintendent Updates Commissioners of State Distribution of Funds

Jason Peters, the Superintendent of the Marshall County Highway Department gave the commissioners an update on the January and February distributions from the state. The January distribution from the state for MVH (Motor Vehicle Highway) was $351,510.31 and LRS (Local Roads and Streets) received $65,928.61.   He told the commissioners the MVH was down $44,766.52...
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Head: Legislation to Address School Bus Safety Issues Passes Senate

February 19, 2019
Head: Legislation to Address School  Bus Safety Issues Passes Senate

A bill authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) that would comprehensively address school bus safety issues in Indiana passed the Senate unanimously on Monday. 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 automatically suspending...
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Commissioners Deny Rezoning Request of George Hopple for Burr Oak Property

February 19, 2019
Commissioners Deny Rezoning Request of George Hopple for Burr Oak Property

Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners conducted a public hearing on the request to rezone a property in Burr Oak.  The property sits behind Republic Services on State Road 13 and sits on the south side of the railroad tracks.  Currently zoned A-1, the owner, George Hopple requested to change the zoning to I-2,...
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Kolesiak Construction Awarded Bid for Ditch Maintenance

February 19, 2019
Kolesiak Construction Awarded Bid for Ditch Maintenance

The Marshall County Drainage Board awarded the bid for the Macomber/Hartman/Hayn/Houin Drains to the J Ballinger-Myers Ditch to Kolesiak Construction during their meeting Monday morning. The scope of the work includes cleaning to the original bottom for a length of 7,490 feet of the Macomber Ditch and 2,050 feet of the Hayn Arm Ditch. ...
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Young Shares Second Fair Shot Agenda Video Highlighting Hoosier Farmers

February 19, 2019
Young Shares Second Fair Shot Agenda Video Highlighting Hoosier Farmers

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Tuesday released the second video in his Fair Shot Agenda series to highlight Indiana’s vital farming community. In the video, Senator Young discusses the Farm Bill, that was recently signed into law by the President, with farmer Ronnie Mohr in Greenfield, Indiana. “It’s farms like this that really make up the lifeblood of rural Indiana. We need to continue to support them and make sure...
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County Highway Prepared for Winter Weather Advisory

February 19, 2019
County Highway Prepared for Winter Weather Advisory

Due to the Winter Weather Advisory and the confidences County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters has of the weather statement sent out by the Nation Weather Service, his employees will take to the roads early Wednesday morning. Peters said, “The highway department has scheduled their start time for 4:00 AM.”  He continued, “With what is...
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County Drainage Board Sets Maintenance Assessments for 2019

February 19, 2019
County Drainage Board Sets Maintenance Assessments for 2019

Craig Cultice, the Marshall County Surveyor presented members of the County Drainage Board with his recommendations on maintenance assessments for 2019. Cultice reviewed all the account balances for the maintenance assessments and recommended placing 26 drains on “non-collection” statue for this year.  Those drains include: the Mechling-Brockey, Elliott-Stevens, Donnybrook, Lemert-Johnson, Eversole, McKesson, Flory, M...
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UPDATE: PHS Boys Basketball Sectional All Tournament Tickets

February 19, 2019
UPDATE: PHS Boys Basketball Sectional All Tournament Tickets

The Plymouth Pilgrims Boys Basketball team will participate in the Elkhart Central Sectional at Northside Gym next week. Tickets for the Boys Basketball sectional are now on sale in the PHS athletic office thru noon on Monday, February 25th.  All Tourney tickets are $10 each while single session tickets can be purchased at the...
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LJHS & RIS 2019 ISSMA Solo & Ensemble Choir Results

February 19, 2019
LJHS & RIS 2019 ISSMA Solo & Ensemble Choir Results

Fifty students from Lincoln Junior High School and Riverside Intermediate School competed in the annual Indiana State School Music Association Solo & Ensemble Choir Contest held at Plymouth High School on February 2nd. Students had the option to participate through piano or vocal solo, small treble/men/vocal ensemble, or large ensemble. Each student that participated...
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Few Tickets Remain for Potawatomi Wildlife Park Annual Banquet

February 19, 2019
Few Tickets Remain for Potawatomi Wildlife Park Annual Banquet

Time is running out to get your tickets for Potawatomi Wildlife Park’s Annual Banquet and Fundraiser on March 2nd. The annual banquet is their major fundraiser for the year and a great way for those in attendance to celebrate Potawatomi Wildlife Park and support its mission! This year’s banquet will again be held at the Back...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy fun and Fellowship

February 19, 2019
Miller’s Residents Enjoy fun and Fellowship

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living were pleasantly surprised on Sunday by the Shiloh Wesleyan Youth Group that dropped in to visit and hand out flowers.  They found the residents either playing euchre in the Rec Center or having a gospel sing-a-long with members of the Tippecanoe Primitive Baptist Church.  The residents had a full...
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Update on Winter Weather Advisory 3PM

February 19, 2019
Update on Winter Weather Advisory 3PM

Here is the latest update from the National Weather Service: Marshall County is now included in a Winter Weather Advisory which will go into effect at 4 AM till noon on Wednesday. We can expect mixed precipitation that will begin as snow and or sleet, changing over to a light freezing rain.  Total snow...
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Hazardous Weather Predicted for Wednesday

February 19, 2019
Hazardous Weather Predicted for Wednesday

Marshall County Emergency Management Director, Clyde Avery is warning residents of the winter weather that will come in early Wednesday morning. Here is the latest forecast update from the National Weather Service: Snow will spread from the south to the north from 2AM to 6AM tonight. Snow will change to freezing rain everywhere by 6AM...
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Marshall County Dispatcher Honored for Assisting with Home Delivery

February 18, 2019
Marshall County Dispatcher Honored for Assisting with Home Delivery

Sheriff Matt Hassel conducted an employee recognition during the commissioner’s meeting Monday morning. Hassle read the events as they unfolded, “On February 6th, 2019 at 11:13 A.M. Marshall County Central Dispatch received a call from a male subject in the 19,000 block of 16th Road.  He advised his girlfriend was pregnant and had gone...
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