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Archive for April, 2019

Memorial Service for Senator Birch Bayh to be Held May 1

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April 24, 2019
Memorial Service for Senator Birch Bayh to be Held May 1

A memorial service honoring the life and career of Indiana’s former U.S. Senator and House Speaker Birch Bayh (1928-2019) will be held at noon Wednesday, May 1, in the South Atrium of the Statehouse. Among those remembering Senator Bayh’s accomplishments will be Governor Eric J. Holcomb, House Speaker Brian Bosma, Congressman André Carson, Purdue...
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Age of Excellence Awards 2019

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April 24, 2019
Age of Excellence Awards 2019

Co-workers and volunteers from Miller’s Senior Living Community Plymouth attended the 23rd annual Age of Excellence Awards Luncheon celebrating the commitment and dedication of agencies, programs and individuals who care for and serve the elderly, disabled, and low-income populations in their communities. Hosted by Real services, attendees had the privilege to hear keynote speaker...
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Mable B. Green age 92 of LaPaz

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April 23, 2019
Mable B. Green age 92 of LaPaz

Click the Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete deteals.
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1st Presbyterian Church in Plymouth to Close its Doors

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April 23, 2019
1st Presbyterian Church in Plymouth to Close its Doors

The First Presbyterian Church in Plymouth will hold their final service on April 28 before closing. The decision whether or when to close the doors has been the topic of discussion over the past year as the congregation continued to dwindle. As they close, there are only 42-43 people still listed as members. Once...
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Ronald & Ryan Truex Arrested by City Police

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April 23, 2019
Ronald & Ryan Truex Arrested by City Police

A traffic stop conducted by Officer Finn with the Plymouth Police Department on Sunday, April 21st resulted in the arrest of two men from Elkhart. The vehicle was stopped at 2952 Gary Drive and the driver, 55 year old Ronald Truex was found to be Habitual Traffic Violator for Life.  He was booked into...
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3rd Annual Made in Marshall County – Business Engagement with Students

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April 23, 2019
3rd Annual Made in Marshall County – Business Engagement with Students

The third year is a charm for “Made in Marshall County,” with more businesses attending than ever before to showcase their good paying jobs and encourage students to reside in Marshall County. This year, 32 businesses are participated, demonstrating the diversity of our manufacturers, as well as the variety goods and services they provide....
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Former Rockie heads for Temple to extend his football career

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April 23, 2019
Former Rockie heads for Temple to extend his football career

INDIANAPOLIS – Former Plymouth Rockie Jake LaFree will soon be a resident of Philadelphia as he’s decided to head for Temple University to get his graduate degree and extend his football career for at least one more season. LaFree, a kicker at the University of Indianapolis for the past four years, will graduate this...
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Head: Legislation to Address School Bus Safety Issues Moves to Governor

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April 23, 2019
Head: Legislation to Address School Bus Safety Issues Moves to Governor

A bill authored by State Senator Randy Head (R-Logansport) that would comprehensively address school bus safety issues in Indiana Tuesday passed the Senate and House of Representatives. Senate Enrolled Act 2, also known as the MAX Strong Act, would: ·       Increase the penalties for drivers who violate school bus stop laws, including making a violation...
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Plymouth Board of Works Approves NO PARKING on Pennsylvania & Kingston

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April 23, 2019
Plymouth Board of Works Approves NO PARKING on Pennsylvania & Kingston

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety approved the NO PARKING request of Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson for the Candy Lane project. Davidson said there will be no parking on Pennsylvania Avenue from Lincolnway East to Liberty Street and on Kingston Road from Lincolnway East south to Pennsylvania Avenue.  Davidson also said Kingston...
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Bremen hits by Adams

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April 23, 2019

Bremen hits by Adams SOUTH BEND – The Bremen Girls Softball team had 10 hits in their 7-4 NIC win at South Bend Adams. Erin Coffel, Carly Snyder, and Caitlyn Myers had two hits each to lead the Lions. •BREMEN 7, ADAMS 4 at South Bend WP – Kaelyn Shively – 7IP, 4R, 3ER,...
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