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Archive for February, 2019

Young Statement on Compliance with Yemen and Global Magnitsky Act Requirements

February 17, 2019
Young Statement on Compliance with Yemen and Global Magnitsky Act Requirements

 U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Thursday issued a statement regarding the administration’s non-compliance with the Global Magnitsky Act relating to the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as well as a federal law requiring the Secretary of State to certify efforts by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to mitigate the humanitarian disaster...
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Indiana students to get free FAFSA filing help at College Goal Sunday

February 17, 2019
Indiana students to get free FAFSA filing help at College Goal Sunday

Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at 39 sites in Indiana to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday. The event is set for 2 p.m. (local time), February 24 and locally will be held at the Plymouth High School #1 Big Red Drive. The...
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Young, Cantwell Introduce Bill to Improve Medicare Coverage for People Living with Lymphedema

February 16, 2019
Young, Cantwell Introduce Bill to Improve Medicare Coverage for People Living with Lymphedema

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), and 28 colleagues introduced bipartisan legislation to improve Medicare coverage for lymphedema patients. The Lymphedema Treatment Act would increase and improve care for Medicare beneficiaries with lymphedema by requiring Medicare Part B to cover physician-prescribed compression therapy garments, which are essential in the effective treatment of lymphedema. “Treating...
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Coaches Corner 2-16-19

February 16, 2019


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Plymouth vs. Huntington North Boys Basketball

February 16, 2019


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Huntington takes a big win over Plymouth

February 15, 2019

PLYMOUTH – It was simply one of those nights for Plymouth’s Pilgrims as they lost a game that they were never really in by a 56-35 score to visiting Huntington North. Huntington came out astonishingly red hot hitting 85 percent from the field in the first half, including seven of eight from beyond the...
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Calhoun, Cernus, Finnearty, and Carwright move on at state

February 15, 2019
Calhoun, Cernus, Finnearty, and Carwright move on at state

INDIANAPOLIS – First time under the big lights. First time performing in front of 10,000 wrestling fans. But as far as Brennen Cernus is concerned, just another match. “I just tried to perform and do what I do,” said Culver Academies’ freshman phenom following his opening night win at the IHSAA state wrestling finals....
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Eagles fall to No. 1 Lakers in OT

February 15, 2019
Eagles fall to No. 1 Lakers in OT

By Ron Haramia Courtesy of our news partners at The Pilot News   CULVER – You’ve got to give the Culver Academy boys basketball program credit. With the goal of getting better each game and being prepared for the state tournament, the Eagles fill their schedule with high-quality competition. They’ll play anyone, anywhere.  ...
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Walorski Statement on Funding Bill

February 15, 2019
Walorski Statement on Funding Bill

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday released the following statement after the House passed legislation to fund the government and provide $22.5 billion for border security: “I voted for this bill because it keeps the government open and takes critical steps toward securing our nation’s borders. Republicans were able to secure $22.5 billion for...
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Young Votes to Fund the Government and Increase Border Security

February 15, 2019
Young Votes to Fund the Government and Increase Border Security

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Thursday issued the following statement after voting for legislation to fully fund the government and provide $22.54 billion in total border security funding, including $1.375 billion for 55 new miles of physical barriers in the most needed areas along the southwest border:   “Hoosiers have made it clear that...
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Chargers move into tie for second with win

February 15, 2019

Chargers Move into Tie for Second with Win PLYMOUTH – Ancilla College (15-7, 8-4) moved into a three way tie for second in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association with their 93-71 victory over Kalamazoo Valley Thursday night. Ancilla joins Lansing and Mid Michigan in the tie for second. Mike Green and Ty’Sean Sheppard led...
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Rascoe, Bee lift Lady Chargers to victory

February 15, 2019

Rascoe, Bee Life Lady Chargers to Victory PLYMOUTH – Ancilla College (11-11, 5-7) got two great performances from LaRae Rascoe and Talia Bee as they beat Kalamazoo Valley 81-72 Thursday night in a Michigan Community College Athletic Conference game. Rascoe recorded her 999th point on the evening. Bee owned the first half as she...
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Zone to hold girls travel basketball tryouts

February 15, 2019

Zone to hold girls travel basketball tryouts PLYMOUTH – The Zone will hold 2 free tryouts for its 2019 girls high school travel basketball teams. The tryouts will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday Feb. 20 and from 5-7 p.m. on Sunday Feb. 24 at The Zone. The tryouts are free. Players are...
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ARGOS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION NEW LOGO AND WEBSITE

February 14, 2019
ARGOS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION NEW LOGO AND WEBSITE

The Argos Community Development Corporation has launched a new logo and website that displays the organization’s focus and demonstrates some of the advantages and amenities to living in Argos. The new logo and website highlight Argos Community Development Corporation’s three main areas of focus. Future residents can find details on the site regarding housing development....
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Actions from Bourbon Town Council Meeting

February 14, 2019
Actions from Bourbon Town Council Meeting

Bourbon Town Council members officially entered into a contract during their February 12th, meeting with Anthony Wagner to serve as the town’s attorney.  Wagner of Wagner & Wagner, LLC has served in that capacity since February, 2018 following the passing of his father, Mark Wagner, who had been the town’s attorney for many years....
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County to Increase Confidential Drug Buying Funds with Grant Monday

February 14, 2019
County to Increase Confidential Drug Buying Funds with Grant Monday

The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office will have additional funds available for confidential drug buying funds thanks to the work of the Drug Task Force and the County Council. On Monday, Marshall County prosecutor Nelson Chipman asked the County Council to approve a grant application that has already been submitted and awarded. Chipman told the...
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HEMINGER HOUSE ANNOUNCES TELETHON

February 14, 2019
HEMINGER HOUSE ANNOUNCES TELETHON

The Heminger House is partnering with WTCA AM 1050 & FM 106.1 to raise money during Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Awareness Month.  Join us LIVE on WTCA on Friday, April 12th from 11 AM to 4 PM to hear all about the shelter and what you can do to help! There also will...
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Argos Elementary Prepares For the 2019-2020 School Year

February 14, 2019
Argos Elementary Prepares For the 2019-2020 School Year

Argos Elementary welcomes all families wishing to attend Argos Community Schools.  In preparation for the 2019-2020 school year, Argos Elementary will be hosting Preschool/Pre-K Round-Up on Thursday, March 7, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. During Round-Up, Preschool children will go through a screening to determine their placement. Argos Elementary is pleased to...
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Prom Dresses for Free!

February 14, 2019
Prom Dresses for Free!

The Plymouth Chapter of Tri Kappa is once again hosting “Promenade to Prom”, to assist young ladies with finding a dress for prom. Even better, the first dress they select is FREE! This year’s Promenade will be held Saturday, February 23, from 9am to 12pm. After several years of holding the event at the...
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Marshall County’s Neighborhood Center’s Dancing with the Stars Event Breaks Fundraising Record

February 14, 2019
Marshall County’s Neighborhood Center’s Dancing with the Stars Event Breaks Fundraising Record

The Marshall County Neighborhood Center’s Dancing with the Stars fundraiser broke its fundraising record last Saturday, February 9th, at its 11th annual event at Swan Lake Resort, raising $101,000 for the Center. A sold out crowd of over 450 people from around Marshall County and beyond came to support their families, friends, and co-workers...
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