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Archive for April, 2019

Cherokees quadruple Dragons

April 3, 2019

Cherokees quadruple Dragons ARGOS – Morgan Township opened up a 15-run lead and cruised past Argos, 20-5. Seniors Leslie Cather and Erin Edwards each had a pair of hits for the Dragons. •MORGAN TWP. 20, ARGOS 5 At Argos Morgan Twp. 960 23 – 20 Argos 003 02 – 5
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Lady Lancers fall in opener

April 3, 2019

Lady Lancers fall in opener LAKEVILLE – The varsity softball team dropped a 17-0 decision in the home-opener. LaVIlle’s Sydney Coblentz broke up the New Prairie no-hitter, with a single up the middle. It was the first-career hit for Coblentz. The Lancers will play host to South Bend Clay in a reschedule game on...
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St. Joe offense enough for opening win over Pilgrims

April 3, 2019
St. Joe offense enough for opening win over Pilgrims

SOUTH BEND – It was a rough start that got rougher as Plymouth took one on the chin to start their new season at St. Joe by a final of 12-3. “We saw some things today we need to clean up,” said Plymouth coach Ryan Wolfe. “Way too many free bases. We walked the...
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Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Re-plat at 824 West Monroe

April 3, 2019
Plymouth Plan Commission Approves Re-plat at 824 West Monroe

The request of Shawn McLochlin of Plymouth to split the large lot at 824 West Monroe Street in Plymouth had a bit of trouble getting approved through the Plymouth Plan Commission. Tuesday evening City Planning Consultant Ralph Booker presented the case where McLochlin would like to separate the home from the garage so he...
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Plymouth Park Department Celebrates Easter

April 3, 2019
Plymouth Park Department Celebrates Easter

The Plymouth Park Department will celebrate Easter with two events on Saturday, April 13th. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny is at the Webster Recreation Center on the 13th from 8 a.m. till 10 a.m.  Pre-sale tickets are available at the park office.  Adult tickets are $4 and children are $3.  Tickets will also be...
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Avoid an Unexpected Audit: Be Honest on Your Taxes

April 3, 2019
Avoid an Unexpected Audit: Be Honest on Your Taxes

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) encourages customers to take a note from Abraham Lincoln’s book and be honest when filing their taxes this season. Claiming income that was not earned, overstating deductions or falsely claiming credits are just a few of the examples DOR has identified this filing season that individuals are attempting...
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McKasson and McDonald on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour With South Bend Musician, Doug Harsch April 1st & 6th

April 3, 2019
McKasson and McDonald on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour With South Bend Musician, Doug Harsch April 1st & 6th

Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour features Celtic balladeers Ryan McKasson and Eric McDonald on the upcoming show. They’ll be talking about the Berklee School of Music, Club Passim, strathspeys and reels, contra dancing, and Tai coconut soup.  In addition, they’ll be sharing a child ballad called “Geordie,” several original fiddle tunes Ryan McKasson wrote for...
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Fewer Hoosier Students are College Bound, but more are College Ready

April 3, 2019
Fewer Hoosier Students are College Bound, but more are College Ready

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education announces this week that while Indiana college-going rates have slightly declined, Hoosier students are more prepared for college than ever. The Commission’s 2019 College Readiness Report shows that 63% of all Indiana high school graduates go directly to college, compared to 64% last year and 65% in 2017. That said, fewer...
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Walorski Signs Discharge Petition for Legislation to Protect Newborns

April 3, 2019
Walorski Signs Discharge Petition for Legislation to Protect Newborns

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday signed the discharge petition to bring the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (H.R. 962) to the House floor for a vote. “This is not a partisan issue, and it shouldn’t be controversial – it is simply what’s right,” Congresswoman Walorski said.   “This is about giving babies born alive after a...
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Millers Hosts Candidates Night

April 3, 2019
Millers Hosts Candidates Night

Miller’s Assisted Living hosted a “Meet The Candidate’s Night” for the Plymouth Municipal Primary Election Candidates on Tuesday evening, April 2.  The evening began as Mike Miley representing the Republican Party and Shiloh Carothers Milner representing the Democratic Party each drawing a card from a deck of card.  The high card indicated which party...
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