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Archive for May, 2019

Mishawaka makes the most of their opportunities in final win over Plymouth

May 27, 2019
Mishawaka makes the most of their opportunities in final win over Plymouth

PLYMOUTH – A two run third would be all Mishawaka would need to take a win over Plymouth for their second straight sectional title by a final of 3-0. It became a game of who could capitalize on opportunities, as Mishawaka could only mount two real scoring threats against Plymouth starter Jesus Luva who,...
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Lady Pilgrims fall to Munster in semi-state

May 27, 2019
Lady Pilgrims fall to Munster in semi-state

Lady Pilgrims fall to Munster in semi-state CULVER — For the second consecutive year, the Lady Pilgrim Tennis team took a regional crown to advance to semi-state play, that run came to an end Saturday afternoon at Culver Academy as the Lady Pilgrims fell to the Munster Mustangs 4-1. Freshman Aubrey Vervynckt was the only...
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Pilgrims fifth in Triton invite

May 27, 2019

Pilgrims fifth in Triton invite PLYMOUTH — The Varsity and Junior Varsity Plymouth Golf teams both played in the Triton Invitational Saturday afternoon at Swan Lake Golf Course. The invite included a total of 18 Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. The Pilgrim Varsity finished 5th overall with a score of 344. The course will...
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Senator Head: Supporting Our Veterans

May 26, 2019
Senator Head:  Supporting Our Veterans

State Senator Randy Head said in a recent news release, “Our servicemen and women sacrifice so much to protect our country, and it is critical they receive our support when they return home.” He continued, “Indiana legislators are committed to making Hoosier communities more accommodating to those who served our country, which is why...
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Walorski Votes to Help Families Save for Retirement

May 26, 2019
Walorski Votes to Help Families Save for Retirement

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday voted for bipartisan legislation to make it easier for small businesses to set up retirement plans for employees and help workers save more and earlier for retirement. The House passed H.R. 1994, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2019, by a vote of 417...
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Robocall Legislation Passes Senate

May 26, 2019
Robocall Legislation Passes Senate

Bipartisan legislation cosponsored by U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) to crack down on illegal robocall scams passed the Senate today on an 97-1 vote. TheTelephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act gives regulators more time to find scammers, increases civil forfeiture penalties for those who are caught, promotes call authentication and blocking adoption,...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

May 24, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff for Memorial Day. Flags should be flown at half-staff from sunrise to noon on Monday, May 27. Governor Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff on Monday.
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DNR Finds Oak Threat in Store Rhododendrons

May 24, 2019
DNR Finds Oak Threat in Store Rhododendrons

The Indiana DNR confirmed that it has intercepted plants containing a fungal pathogen that kills oak trees, sudden oak death (SOD), for the first time in about 10 years. Inspectors from the DNR Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology detected SOD (Phytophthora ramorum) in several varieties of rhododendrons being sold in Columbus, Noblesville, South...
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Young Announces Family Leave Working Group

May 24, 2019
Young Announces Family Leave Working Group

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.), a member of the Senate Finance Committee, Thursday announced he will serve on a bipartisan Finance Committee working group that will consider the issue of federal family leave policy. “Hoosiers agree that after 25 years it’s time to update our federal family leave policy. I look forward to working...
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Risk of Severe Thunderstorms Tonight and Again Saturday Afternoon/Evening

May 24, 2019
Risk of Severe Thunderstorms Tonight and Again Saturday Afternoon/Evening

The National Weather Service has placed the majority of Marshall County under the “Slight” risk category for the chance of isolated severe thunderstorms beginning tonight and again during the afternoon and evening hours on Saturday. Primary threats include damaging winds, large hail and heavy rain.  Strong winds could cause damage to trees or tree...
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Memorial Day Service

May 23, 2019
Memorial Day Service

A Memorial Day Ceremony will take place on Monday, May 27th in Plymouth. The first ceremony will take place at the Marshall County Court House beginning at 10:30.  From there they will stop on South Michigan Street at the bridge over the Yellow River for a brief ceremony that includes placing a wreath in...
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Crowdfunding campaign launched for “Lakeville Community Center and Wetland Barn” Project

May 23, 2019
Crowdfunding campaign launched for “Lakeville Community Center and Wetland Barn” Project

Lakeville residents will soon be able to enjoy year-round events in the new community center and eco-education facility if a crowdfunding campaign reaches its fundraising goal of $15,000 by June 23rd. The CreatINg Places’ campaign for the project is led by the Town of Lakeville and sponsored by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA). If the campaign reaches...
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2019 Plymouth High School Senior Awards Friday Morning

May 23, 2019
2019 Plymouth High School Senior Awards Friday Morning

Plymouth High School invites the community to the annual end of the year Senior Awards Assembly, which will take place Friday, May 24, starting at 8:15 a.m. Millions of dollars in grants and scholarships will be awarded to the 2019 senior graduating class.  The particulars of which students are receiving specific grants and/or scholarships...
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Kiefer Arrested on 2 Failure to Appear Warrants

May 23, 2019
Kiefer Arrested on 2 Failure to Appear Warrants

Officer Paul Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department arrested a Plymouth man Tuesday, May 21st on a couple of warrants. About 10 p.m. the officer located 54 year old Kenneth Kiefer at Krogers.  He was taken into custody for two outstanding warrants through Marshall County for Failure to Appear. Kiefer was taken to the...
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IN Secretary of State Mailing Post Card for 2019 Voter List Maintenance

May 23, 2019
IN Secretary of State Mailing Post Card for 2019 Voter List Maintenance

The Indiana Secretary of State’s office is mailing postcards to Indiana voters as part of its ongoing efforts to identify outdated or inaccurate voter registrations. The postcards from the office’s Election Division remind voters that November 5 is Election Day, but they’re also being used to revise Indiana’s statewide voter list. Postcards returned to...
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Corey Scott of Walkerton Arrested by City Police for Possession

May 23, 2019
Corey Scott of Walkerton Arrested by City Police for Possession

A traffic stop Monday, May 20th at 9:04 PM was conducted at the intersection of Michigan Street and Hillside Drive by Officer Enyart of the Plymouth Police Department.  The traffic stop was for a vehicle with an infraction. During the investigation marijuana and paraphernalia were located inside the vehicle. 24 year old Corey Scott...
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Attorney General Hill Leads 18-state Effort to Resist Public-Nuisance Lawsuits Based on Global Climate Change

May 23, 2019
Attorney General Hill Leads 18-state Effort to Resist Public-Nuisance Lawsuits Based on Global Climate Change

Indiana Attorney General, Curtis Hill argued in a brief filed this month that the cities of San Francisco and Oakland should not be able to use the common law of “public nuisance” to force five fossil fuel companies to pay for the harms the cities say the companies created by contributing to global climate change....
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Walorski, Boyle Introduce Bill to Retire Animals from Government Labs

May 23, 2019
Walorski, Boyle Introduce Bill to Retire Animals from Government Labs

U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) and Brendan Boyle (D-Pa.) Wednesday introduced the bipartisan Animal Freedom from Testing, Experimentation and Research (AFTER) Act. The bill would direct all federal agencies to develop and maintain a policy allowing for the adoption or other non-laboratory placement of dogs, cats, primates, rabbits, and other regulated animals no longer needed...
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Young, Casey, Cassidy, Hassan Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Remove Unnecessary Barriers for Students with Disabilities

May 23, 2019
Young, Casey, Cassidy, Hassan Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Remove Unnecessary Barriers for Students with Disabilities

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.), Bob Casey (D-Pa.), Bill Cassidy (R-La.), and Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) introduced the Respond, Innovate, Succeed, and Empower (RISE) Act to help ease the burden of transitioning to college for students with disabilities. The legislation would amend the Higher Education Act (HEA) and clarify that students with previous documentation of a disability would...
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Tech Talk 5-21-19

May 23, 2019


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