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Archive for May, 2019

Plymouth Variety Show Goes to Hollywood

May 1, 2019
Plymouth Variety Show Goes to Hollywood

The Plymouth High School Performing Arts Department will present the bi-annual Variety Show this weekend in the Plymouth High School auditorium. The theme for this year is “Hooray for Hollywood” and every performance in the show is based on the film and music industry. “This production is such a great showcase of the amazing...
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Walorski Renews Concerns Over Lack of Fairness in Tariff Exclusion Process

May 1, 2019
Walorski Renews Concerns Over Lack of Fairness in Tariff Exclusion Process

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) this week sent Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross a second letter in as many months to outline her growing concerns that U.S. manufacturers and small businesses seeking relief from steel and aluminum tariffs are being treated unfairly. Walorski has not yet received a response to her letter dated March 11, 2019,...
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WDC’s 5th Annual Science Rocks Night

May 1, 2019
WDC’s 5th Annual Science Rocks Night

Washington Discovery Academy in Plymouth held their 5th annual SCIENCE ROCKS Night on Monday evening. Washington Discovery Academy students and families enjoyed over 30 hands on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) related experiments and demonstrations. Popular activities included dissecting owl pellets, making ice cream, using the sand table from the Marshall County Soil and...
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AG Hill: Settlement Brings Indiana more than $136 Million this Year to Combat Smoking

May 1, 2019
AG Hill: Settlement Brings Indiana more than $136 Million this Year to Combat Smoking

Attorney General Curtis Hill announced Tuesday that Indiana this year has received more than $136 million from tobacco product manufacturers under the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA). Reached in 1998, the MSA imposes prohibitions or restrictions on tobacco advertising, marketing and promotional programs. The agreement was reached by the attorneys general of 46 states and...
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Senators Young, Schatz, Durbin, Romney Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Raise Smoking, Vaping Age to 21

May 1, 2019
Senators Young, Schatz, Durbin, Romney Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Raise Smoking, Vaping Age to 21

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i), Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), and Mitt Romney (R-Utah) Tuesday introduced the Tobacco to 21 Act, bipartisan legislation that would prohibit the sale of tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to anyone under the age of 21. “The nationwide epidemic of tobacco and electronic cigarette use among high school and middle...
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Indiana Department of Child Services raises awareness during Foster Care Month

May 1, 2019
Indiana Department of Child Services raises awareness during Foster Care Month

Monday marks the beginning of Foster Care Month, a nationally recognized observance acknowledging the foster parents, volunteers, child welfare professionals and other community members who help children in foster care throughout the country. During the month of May we recognize those who help provide a safe haven for the estimated 442,000 kids and teens...
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County Closes Roads for High Water

May 1, 2019
County Closes Roads for High Water

With the excessive amount of rain Marshall County has received the past several days, the County Highway Department began posting high water and road closed signs to help drivers avoid dangerous driving areas.   This is the latest updated list of county road closures and high water areas impacting roads in Marshall County. A Flood...
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Billie D. Garver, 77, of Argos

May 1, 2019
Billie D. Garver, 77, of Argos

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Beverly Jane Harris, 75, Plymouth

May 1, 2019
Beverly Jane Harris, 75, Plymouth

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Plymouth receives National Trainers Association award

May 1, 2019

Plymouth receives National Trainers Association award PLYMOUTH – Plymouth High School is a recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School Award. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that have met the recommended standards to improve safety in sports. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of...
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Utility Superintendent Warns of Possible Sewer Overflows with Excessive Rain

May 1, 2019
Utility Superintendent Warns of Possible Sewer Overflows with Excessive Rain

Plymouth Utility Superintendent, Donnie Davidson is warning citizens, with the rainy weather conditions there is a strong possibility that the city could experience combined sewer overflows during the next 72 hours. Davidson is recommending affected people avoid all contact with water downstream of combined sewers.  He said signage has been posted along our waterways...
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South Bend Cubs and Jordan Automotive Present Teacher Appreciation Night

May 1, 2019

SOUTH BEND, IN – The South Bend Cubs are proud to once again partner with Jordan Automotive to thank school teachers and administrators for their hard work and dedication in educating and mentoring students across all of Michiana. Teacher Appreciation Night at Four Winds Field will take place on Thursday, June 6 as the South...
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Bremen track battles elements at Kouts

May 1, 2019

Boys track Bremen battles weather for win KOUTS – Despite dealing with rain, sleet, hail, and snow Saturday the Bremen Boys were able to win the Kouts Invitational with a dominant performance. The adverse weather conditions couldn’t slow down the Lions as they took a first place finish in six of the 13 events....
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Latest Weather Update from Marshall County EMA Director

May 1, 2019
Latest Weather Update from Marshall County EMA Director

Here is the latest update: ·        A Flash Flood Watch continues for us until Noon today. ·        The Marshall County Highway Department advises that currently 10 county roads are closed due to high water.  (They are in the process of generating a report that I will forward on as soon as it is received). ·        We are...
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