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SPORTS ROOM PREMIERE – Saturday, May 11, Marshall County Museum

April 17, 2019
SPORTS ROOM PREMIERE – Saturday, May 11, Marshall County Museum

The County of Champions Sports Room is premiering on Saturday, May 11 from 1- 4 PM at the Marshall County Museum. This is a contemporary exhibit, two years in the making, with a vintage feel that celebrates boys and girls high school sports in Marshall County through the ages! The room is equipped with...
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Earth Day April 22nd Earth Week April 22-27…Earth Hug Boogie Events to Celebrate

April 17, 2019
Earth Day April 22nd Earth Week April 22-27…Earth Hug Boogie Events to Celebrate

Earth Day is an event observed annually on April 22. It is a day held to demonstrate and promote environmental awareness and calls for the protection of our planet. Today, Earth Day, 2019 is celebrated in more than 193 countries each year. A group of local citizens have worked to put together a whole...
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Attorney General Hill Urges Trump Administration to Adopt EPA Plan Easing Burdens on Farmers and Other Landowners

April 17, 2019
Attorney General Hill Urges Trump Administration to Adopt EPA Plan Easing Burdens on Farmers and Other Landowners

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill joined a 17-state coalition this week to support farmers and other landowners by urging the Trump administration to adopt its own proposed replacement of the Obama-era Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule. The 2015 regulation sought to define properties subject to federal management based on whether they contained environmentally...
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Young and Braun Cosponsor Resolution Declaring April Financial Literacy Month

April 17, 2019
Young and Braun Cosponsor Resolution Declaring April Financial Literacy Month

U.S. Senators Todd Young (Ind.) and Mike Braun (R-Ind.) cosponsored a resolution this week designating April as Financial Literacy Month. The resolution aims to highlight the importance of learning and maintaining healthy financial habits. According to a 2017 report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), approximately 25 percent of households in the United...
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Minor Flooding May Develop Late This Week into the Weekend

April 17, 2019
Minor Flooding May Develop Late This Week into the Weekend

The National Weather Service has issued a Hydrologic Outlook indicting that some minor flooding may occur late this week and into the weekend. A strong storm system is expected to bring some moderate to locally heavy rainfall for Thursday and Thursday night. The system has the potential to bring one or two inches of...
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Commissioners Continue Looking a Policy for Work Release Program

April 16, 2019
Commissioners Continue Looking a Policy for Work Release Program

During Monday’s Marshall County Commissioner meeting, Commissioner Stan Klotz said he had given the commissioners a starting point for a policy on a trustee work release program at the jail.  He wanted to know if the other commissioners had a chance to look over the policy and it they had any questions. Klotz said...
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Holloway Resigns from Plymouth School Board

April 16, 2019
Holloway Resigns from Plymouth School Board

Plymouth Community School Corporation has received notice of the resignation of Larry Holloway, at-large representative to the Plymouth Community School Corporation Board of Trustees. With this resignation comes the opportunity for a nominee to serve the Plymouth Community Schools by completing the remainder of this term, ending December 31, 2020. The vacant position must...
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Commissioner Klotz Questions Health Department’s Actions on Septic Systems

April 16, 2019
Commissioner Klotz Questions Health Department’s Actions on Septic Systems

During the Commissioner Items portion of the Commissioner’s meeting on Monday, Commissioner Stan Klotz said, “I wasn’t aware when I was elected that we had any power over the Health Department and the ordinances.”  He suggested looking at some of the ordinances and making changes to address the issues that are going on. Commissioner...
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Webster PTO Fun Fair – Friday, April 19

April 16, 2019
Webster PTO Fun Fair – Friday, April 19

Webster Elementary School will be holding its annual end of the school year Fun Fair this Friday, April 19, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The Fun Fair has been going on for more than a decade, and it is an annual event that signifies the end of the school year is near. A silent auction will...
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Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are Ready!

April 16, 2019
Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are Ready!

This past weekend the sisters of Plymouth Tri Kappa hand made over 5,000 Easter eggs in just two days.  That’s right; the Tri Kappa Easter Eggs are ready.  The handmade eggs are 4 oz. of deliciousness with your choice of peanut butter, butter cream or mint filling and dipped in milk chocolate.   Yes, mouth watering...
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SJHS & South Bend Cubs Team up for Seniors

April 16, 2019
SJHS & South Bend Cubs Team up for Seniors

The South Bend Cubs and Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) have teamed up for the seniors of our community with special ticket pricing and activities for the 2019 season. They are also coming together to offer residents of St. Paul’s and two South Bend Cubs players the unique living experience of residing together for...
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Menominee Elementary School Hosted Donuts with Dad

April 16, 2019
Menominee Elementary School Hosted Donuts with Dad

Menominee Elementary School hosted Donuts with Dad on Friday April 12. Fathers and father figures showed up bright and early to eat donuts with their Menominee Mustangs.   After a yummy breakfast consisting of donuts, milk, and coffee for the adults, the special guests were able to walk their students to class before the...
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Boxwood Blight Found in Indiana Landscape

April 16, 2019
Boxwood Blight Found in Indiana Landscape

The DNR Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology has discovered boxwood plants in the landscape of central Indiana infected with the boxwood blight fungus. The infected plants had been purchased several years earlier from a local retail chain store. Boxwood blight (Calonectria pseudonaviculata) is a fungal disease that infests members of the popular Buxaceae...
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Young Questions Telecommunications Executives on Robocalls

April 16, 2019
Young Questions Telecommunications Executives on Robocalls

In reaction to the high volume of illegal robocall scams flooding Hoosiers’ phones, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, questioned a panel of telecommunications experts in last Thursday’s Commerce Hearing on his recently released Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act.   During the hearing, Senator Young asked...
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James Sings Ol’ Blue Eyes at Miller’s Assisted Living

April 16, 2019
James Sings Ol’ Blue Eyes at Miller’s Assisted Living

James Morrelli of Mishawaka recently appeared in concert at Miller’s Assisted Living.  He is noted for paying tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes; Frank Sinatra.  He is also a talented pianist and trumpet player, not to mention he’s quite popular with the ladies in the audience.  He always takes time to pose residents and guests...
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Glenn falls to Marian

April 16, 2019

Glenn falls to Marian WALKERTON – Glenn’s tennis team dropped a conference decision to Marian by a final of 4-1 •MARIAN 4, GLENN 1 at Glenn #1 singles – Hannah Dickinson (JG) lost to Kathleen Hicks (M) 0-6, 0-6 #2 singles – Abby Machnic (JG) lost to Evie Cressy (M) 3-6, 2-6 #3 singles...
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Culver no hits Triton

April 16, 2019

Culver no hits Triton CULVER – Culver’s Cavalier baseball team took a win over Triton by a final of 7-1 on a combined no hitter by Jake Fisher and Joseph Paul. Fisher went six and two thirds and Paul pitched the final out for the no hitter. Fisher and Paul also had a pair...
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Bremen defeats Bethany

April 16, 2019

Bremen defeats Bethany BREMEN – The Bremen Softball team scored 17 runs again tonight as they pounded out 13 hits while taking advantage of 8 walks for the win over Bethany 17-0. Pitching dominated as well allowing only one hit. That runner was erased with a double play to end the game allowing the...
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Four RBI Day for Skyler Aker Brings Victory for Plymouth Pilgrims JV Over Elkhart Memorial

April 16, 2019

Four RBI Day for Skyler Aker Brings Victory for Plymouth Pilgrims JV Over Elkhart Memorial Skyler Aker drove in four on three hits to lead Plymouth Pilgrims JV past Elkhart Memorial 17-4 on Monday.  Aker drove in runs on a single in the first and a double in the third. An early lead helped...
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Lincoln golfers split with Rochester

April 16, 2019

Lincoln golfers split with Rochester PLYMOUTH _ Lincoln’s Red Storm golfers opened their season on a brisk, sunny day at Pretty Lake Golf Club. The Red Storm split with the visiting Rochester Zebras, with the boys taking a victory 224-248 and the girls suffering a defeat by the score of 257-274. Medalist honors for...
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