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Archive for March, 2019

PHS Culinary and Chinese Students Collaborate for Chinese New Year Celebration

March 21, 2019
PHS Culinary and Chinese Students Collaborate for Chinese New Year Celebration

Plymouth High School Susan Kuckie, the family and consumer sciences teacher, welcomed the PHS Chinese teacher and her classes into her culinary labs to cook dumplings in honor of the Chinese New Year. PHS Chinese teacher Mei Guan said dumplings are a popular food in northern China. “Dumplings are the typical food that Chinese...
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Governor Holcomb to Honor Businesses for Longevity, Service to Hoosier Workforce

March 21, 2019
Governor Holcomb to Honor Businesses for Longevity, Service to Hoosier Workforce

Governor Eric J. Holcomb honored 65 Indiana companies and organizations Thursday during an event at the Indiana Statehouse, presenting each with the Governor’s Century or Half Century Business Award in recognition of each company’s longevity and service to its employees, community and the state. “Today we honor businesses that have helped lay a foundation...
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Senators Young, Markey, Merkley and Durbin Call for Greater Accountability for Atrocities in Burma

March 21, 2019
Senators Young, Markey, Merkley and Durbin Call for Greater Accountability for Atrocities in Burma

Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) this week sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin asking for clarification of the Trump administration’s policy on sanctioning the perpetrators of atrocities committed against the Rohingya people during the 2017...
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Wabash Man Arrested for Allegedly Making a Bomb Threat

March 21, 2019
Wabash Man Arrested for Allegedly Making a Bomb Threat

Wabash – This afternoon, the investigation of a reported bomb threat at the Wabash County Judicial Center, in Wabash, IN, led to the arrest of Chad Miller, 28, Wabash, IN. Indiana State Police Detective Josh Maller served Miller a Wabash Circuit Court arrest warrant alleging two felony charges for false reporting and intimidation where a...
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Crouch, FSSA Accepting 2019 Golden Hoosier Award Nominations

March 21, 2019
Crouch, FSSA Accepting 2019 Golden Hoosier Award Nominations

Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, in collaboration with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s Division of Aging has announced that nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Golden Hoosier award. “Every year, it amazes me how many thoughtful and selfless Hoosiers we have in our state, and those characteristics are often not restricted...
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First Day of Spring Crafting Fun

March 21, 2019
First Day of Spring Crafting Fun

Wednesday was the FIRST day of spring and residents of Miller’s Assisted Living celebrated by crafting their very own spring time birds to display in their apartments or to give as a gift. Under the direction of Volunteer Sharon the crafters used different lengths of yarn and cotton balls to make the bird bodies...
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Bremen wrestling awards

March 21, 2019
Bremen wrestling awards

Bremen’s wrestling team handed out their varsity awards. Pictured from left, Matt Harman mental attitude, Dylan Deadmond captain, MVP, four year letterman, Regional qualifier, Lane Moser: most improved.
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Plymouth Police Investigate Bicyclist Vehicle Accident

March 21, 2019
Plymouth Police Investigate Bicyclist Vehicle Accident

Wednesday evening, about 9:30, Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Western Avenue and the U.S. 30 overpass due to an unknown accident. The preliminary investigation showed 25 year old Jordan Ringer of Plymouth was riding a bicycle southbound on Western Avenue when it collided with a vehicle traveling north in the...
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St. Joe Health Systems Show (PACE)

March 21, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 3-20-19 (Rusty & Kathy)

March 21, 2019


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As We See It 3-20-19

March 21, 2019


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Redevelopment Commission Updated on Pool and Early Childhood Center Projects

March 20, 2019
Redevelopment Commission Updated on Pool and Early Childhood Center Projects

Tuesday evening, Jerry Chavez, President and CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation updated member of the Marshall County Redevelopment Commission on the Aquatic Center and Early Childhood Learning Center construction projects. He provided a couple of pictures showing that the roof deck is all on the aquatic center and they are putting...
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Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In Marshall County

March 20, 2019
Indiana State Police Bremen Post To Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint In Marshall County

Troopers with the Indiana State Police Bremen Post will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location in Marshall County this Friday night, March 22. This checkpoint is part of Operation Pull Over which has been in effect for all of March and concludes on March 24th. Drivers that encounter this checkpoint are...
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To Vote May 7th on the PCSC Referendum you MUST be a Registered Voter in the School Crop. Boundaries

March 20, 2019
To Vote May 7th on the PCSC Referendum you MUST be a Registered Voter in the School Crop. Boundaries

While there hasn’t been much information put out on voting on the Plymouth Community School Referendum in the May 7th Primary, WTCA confirmed today that any person living in the Plymouth School district may cast a vote, for or against the referendum BUT you must be a registered voter. You can register to vote...
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INDOT Bridge Rehabilitation on US 30 in Plymouth Begins

March 20, 2019
INDOT Bridge Rehabilitation on US 30 in Plymouth Begins

The $3.1 million bridge rehabilitation project on US 30 over the Baker Ditch in Plymouth is back in operation again. Last year the Indiana Department of Transportation awarded the project to LaPorte Construction and work on the westbound lanes of the bridge was completed in November.  During the winter month all work was stopped...
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Tomblin Arrested by County Police in Tyner

March 20, 2019
Tomblin Arrested by County Police in Tyner

On Monday, March 18th, Marshall County Police received a report of a property damage accident in the 4500 block of Miller Street in Tyner. Arriving on the scene of the collision, Officer Nick Laffoon determined that the driver, 57 year old Michael M. Tomblin of Tyner had operated a vehicle while intoxicated.   Evidence at...
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Boyle Signs with LaSalle Men’s Rowing Team

March 20, 2019
Boyle Signs with LaSalle Men’s Rowing Team

A nagging hip injury forced Elizabeth Boyle ’19 to stop rowing for Culver Girls Academy, but she found her true calling on the other side of the White-DeVries Rowing Center – as a coxswain for the CMA varsity eight and four boats. And this winter, she officially committed to be a coxswain for the...
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High School Students Honored at JAG State Career Development Conference

March 20, 2019
High School Students Honored at JAG State Career Development Conference

Nearly 200 high-school students from across the state competed in 10 different categories at the 11th annual Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Career Development Conference in Indianapolis on March 15. The event was the culmination of months of regional competitions, which focused on several disciplines critical to future employment. The top students in each...
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Don’t Fall Prey to Fake Charities

March 20, 2019
Don’t Fall Prey to Fake Charities

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) encourages all Hoosiers to do their due diligence before donating to any charitable organizations to not only ensure the organization is legitimate, but that their contributions go where intended. As customers file their taxes this season, several are unfortunately realizing some of their charitable giving did not qualify...
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State Championship Tickets for Culver Academies

March 20, 2019
State Championship Tickets for Culver Academies

People wishing to buy tickets for the IHSAA Class 3A state championship basketball game between Culver Military Academy (24-3) and Silver Creek (24-3) on Saturday have two ways to purchase them. People can go to the Culver Academies website (www.culver.org) and  a special pop-up window will direct them to purchasing tickets online or by...
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