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Archive for May, 2019

Triton School Board Meeting Thursday

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May 16, 2019
Triton School Board Meeting Thursday

The Triton School Board shared their core values at a public board meeting in May 15. The meeting had been rescheduled from the usual meeting date. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “As good as we are, we know that we can always achieve better results. We constantly try to find better ways of doing our...
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Local Sister Elected as General Superior

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May 16, 2019
Local Sister Elected as General Superior

Sister Judith Diltz, Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ was elected as General Superior of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Congregation in Dernbach, Germany on May 14. The international congregation of women religious serve in Germany, USA, the Netherlands, England, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Mexico, and Brazil. In April and May, the Poor Handmaids of...
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County’s Phone System Upgrade to VOIP 50% Complete

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May 16, 2019
County’s Phone System Upgrade to VOIP 50% Complete

Michael Marshall, the County’s IT Director told members of the County Council the phone upgrade project to VOIP (voice over internet phone) is about half way completed. On Monday, Marshall said the funds he placed in this year’s budget were a basically a placeholder because the county wasn’t sure which direction they wanted to...
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Plymouth Board of Works Approves Requests

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May 16, 2019
Plymouth Board of Works Approves Requests

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered several request during their meeting on Monday. Zack Ferree from the Summer Sippin’ Craft Brew Fest requested permission to close River Street the whole day on Saturday, June 29th.  The closure is for the 4th Annual Brew Fest that is a fundraising benefit...
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Academy varsity LaCrosse defeats #7 Westfield

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May 16, 2019

Academy varsity LaCrosse defeats #7 Westfield WESTFIELD — Last night, the CMA Varsity Lacrosse team traveled to Westfield High School for a weeknight road match-up. The currently No.4 ranked Eagles defeats the No. 7 Shamrocks 10-5, advancing the team to to 6-5 on the year, and 5-3 for in-state play. The three losses on...
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Lancers take win over Rochester

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May 16, 2019

Lancers take win over Rochester ROCHESTER — Matt Butler carded a medalist round of 41 to lead the boys golf team to a victory over Rochester. Nathan Nichols-Petersen finished with a 42, Logan Plummer 42, Doug Cashen 62, and Nick Sherk 50 to round out LaVille. Reece Renie and Wade Shafer led Rochester with...
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Bremen splits meet

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May 16, 2019

Golf Bremen splits meet MISHAWAKA — Bremen’s golfers split a match defeating Washington and falling to Marian. Bremen was led by Brennen Adams and Brett Yelaska (52). JV Score: Marian 202 Bremen 256
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Lady Lancers finish seventh at Penn sectional

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May 16, 2019

Lady Lancers finish seventh at Penn sectional MISHAWAKA — The half point has been the dagger for the Lady Lancer track team this year. The Lancers traveled to Penn High School on Tuesday night for the 2019 Sectional finishing 7th overall missing out on a 6th place finish to Mishawaka Marian by half a...
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Plymouth falls at Northridge

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May 16, 2019

Plymouth falls at Northridge MIDDLEBURY — Northridge’s tough offense proved to be too much to handle for the Lady Pilgrims in their last NLC contest of the season losing a 16-3 decision. The Raiders did not go unanswered in spite of rendering Plymouth hitless. The Pilgrims were able to get on base in the night...
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Bremen tennis sectional postponed

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May 16, 2019

Bremen sectional postponed BREMEN — Play was stopped due to rain shortly after matches were in progress at the Bremen tennis sectional. Matches were delayed and then play was stopped twice before calling it for the evening. Play will resume on Friday.
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