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Josh Walker, Democratic Candidate for Mayor of Plymouth, Outraises Mayor Senter During First Reporting Period

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April 28, 2019
Josh Walker, Democratic Candidate for Mayor of Plymouth, Outraises Mayor Senter During First Reporting Period

The first reporting period for municipal candidates to report their campaign finances show Democratic candidate for Mayor of the City of Plymouth, Josh Walker in the lead of the three mayoral candidates. Walker raised $10,612.65 and has $6,712.65 on hand while incumbent Republican Mayor Mark Senter raised $6,650 and has $5,674.29 on hand.  The...
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General Assembly Concludes 2019 Legislative Session

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April 28, 2019
General Assembly Concludes 2019 Legislative Session

The Indiana General Assembly adjourned last week, concluding the 2019 legislative session. Earlier this year, the Senate Republican Caucus developed their top legislative priorities. IN Senator Randy Head said, “Below are the goals we set and the bills we passed to achieve them.” He continues, “Like all hardworking Hoosiers who balance their checkbooks, we know...
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PHS students named NSPA 2019 Honor Roll of Student Journalists

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April 28, 2019
PHS students named NSPA 2019 Honor Roll of Student Journalists

Five Plymouth High School students have made the 2019 list for the National Scholastic Press Association honor roll for their journalism work in the Student Media class taught by Amy Schmeltz. The NSPA Honor Roll of Student Journalists honors students across the country who have worked on an NSPA member publication for two or...
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Governor Asks to Lower Flags to Half-Staff to Honor U.S. Senator Lugar

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April 28, 2019
Governor Asks to Lower Flags to Half-Staff to Honor U.S. Senator Lugar

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff to honor former U.S. Senator Richard Lugar, who passed away on Sunday. Flags should be flown at half-staff from now until sunset on the day of his funeral, which has not yet been announced. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses...
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Shipshewana Flea Market Announces Changes for Upcoming 2019 Season

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April 28, 2019
Shipshewana Flea Market Announces Changes for Upcoming 2019 Season

It’s that time of year again to find the best bargains in Amish Country. The Shipshewana Flea Market will kick off the 2019 season on Tuesday, May 7th and has announced changes to its upcoming season including the introduction of weekend markets. For the first time ever in the 80 years of the Shipshewana Flea Market,...
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Dylan & Jessica Bender Arrested for Dealing Marijuana, Neglect of Dependent

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April 28, 2019
Dylan & Jessica Bender Arrested for Dealing Marijuana, Neglect of Dependent

On Thursday morning, April 18th police officers with the UNIT (undercover narcotics investigation team) executed a search warrant at 9091 King Road. During the search officers seized suspected marijuana, a handgun and U.S. currency.  A small child was removed from the home. 22 year old Dylan Bender and 22 year old Jessica Bender were...
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High School Students Win $25,000 during Midwest Business Idea Competition at Culver Academies

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April 28, 2019
High School Students Win $25,000 during Midwest Business Idea Competition at Culver Academies

Students from the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy in Aurora, Illinois won $25,000 this week with their idea for a more affordable solution for eye ware. The business idea was the winning concept at The Next Launch, a regional business idea competition specifically for high school students sponsored by The Ron Rubin School for...
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Indiana State Police Bremen Post Troopers Honored

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April 28, 2019
Indiana State Police Bremen Post Troopers Honored

The Indiana State Police held an awards and recognition ceremony in Indianapolis Friday afternoon. The ceremony publicly recognized the achievements and accomplishments that all too often go without the proper recognition. Officers were recognized for their dedication, service, bravery, devotion to the department and the citizens of Indiana. Three troopers from the Bremen Post...
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Young Statement: Indiana’s Todd Leininger Released from Venezuela

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April 28, 2019
Young Statement: Indiana’s Todd Leininger Released from Venezuela

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Friday issued the following statement after Indiana’s Todd Leininger was released from Venezuela after being imprisoned there since 2014: “After five years, I am relieved that Todd has finally been allowed to return to the United States, and I look forward to welcoming him home to Indiana. It is shameful...
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Unlikely finish gives Plymouth a big NLC win

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April 26, 2019
Unlikely finish gives Plymouth a big NLC win

PLYMOUTH — After a six innings of struggling to even get base runners, Plymouth’s Pilgrims had no end of them in the seventh in coming from four runs down to beat NorthWood by an 8-7 final on a walk off single through a drawn in infield by Jackson Lee. “Right before the seventh I...
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