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Young and Booker Reintroduce Legislation to Create Federal Retirement Commission

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May 15, 2019
Young and Booker Reintroduce Legislation to Create Federal Retirement Commission

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) today announced they have reintroduced the Federal Retirement Commission Act, which calls for the creation of a federal retirement commission. The commission would be charged with reviewing private retirement benefit programs and submitting a report to Congress on how to improve private retirement security in the United States....
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Mother’s Day At Miller’s Assisted Living

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May 15, 2019
Mother’s Day At Miller’s Assisted Living

Residents and their guests celebrated Mother’s Day at Miller’s Assisted Living with a delicious meal of shrimp scampi, pesto tomato fettuccini, fresh green beans with bacon and onion, a dinner roll and a luscious, raspberry cream pie. Barry Stull of Walkerton provided easy listening luncheon music throughout the meal. Each lady in attendance was...
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Update: Mr. Featherstone Injured in Tuesday Morning Crash at Michigan & Plymouth/Goshen Trail

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May 15, 2019
Update: Mr. Featherstone Injured in Tuesday Morning Crash at Michigan & Plymouth/Goshen Trail

Plymouth Police investigated a two vehicle crash Tuesday morning about 6:45 at Michigan Street and Plymouth/Goshen Trail. Officer Wally Derifield investigated the crash that sent a Plymouth Man to Memorial Hospital in South Bend by air ambulance. The crash information states that a Honda CRV driven by 19 year old Gabriela Ruiz Licona of...
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CGA, Plymouth finish 1-2 in sectional

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May 15, 2019
CGA, Plymouth finish 1-2 in sectional

By Ron Haramia Pilot News Sports Writer PLYMOUTH — The high school girls track sectional at Plymouth held true to form for the most part. Favorites Culver Girls Academy and Plymouth finished 1-2, well ahead of third place Manchester as expected. The top three finishers in each event move on to the Warsaw Regional...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Amendments to Junk Vehicle and Unsafe Building Ordinances

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May 14, 2019
Bourbon Town Council Approves Amendments to Junk Vehicle and Unsafe Building Ordinances

The Bourbon Town Council continues to move closer to adopting a revised junk vehicle ordinance. At their May 14 meeting, town attorney, Tony Wagner, presented a revised version of an ordinance for the board’s consideration. A preliminary version of the ordinance had been passed on 1st reading at the April meeting. Wagner said, “This...
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Sheriff Recommends Reimbursement Program for Officer Training

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May 14, 2019
Sheriff Recommends Reimbursement Program for Officer Training

Sheriff Matt Hassel asked to the Marshall County Council to consider implementing a reimbursement plan. The sheriff said he received a letter of resignation letter Monday morning from an officer who has been with the department about 2 years.  The officer will be going to a city police department in another county.  Sheriff Hassel...
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Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

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May 14, 2019
Governor Eric Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to remain at half-staff on May 15, in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day. Flags should remain at half-staff until sunset on Wednesday, May 15, for Peace Officers Memorial Day as well as honoring the life of former U.S. Senator Richard Lugar. Governor Holcomb also...
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South Bend Man Arrested After Causing Crash on US 31

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May 14, 2019
South Bend Man Arrested After Causing Crash on US 31

On Monday afternoon, May 13th about 12:30 the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department was contacted in reference to an injury accident on US 31 in the area of Veteran`s Parkway. Initial investigation by Officer Rans revealed that a black Ford F105 had been traveling north on US 31, south of Veteran`s Parkway, when the driver,...
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NorthWood wins in walk off fashion over Pilgrims

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May 14, 2019
NorthWood wins in walk off fashion over Pilgrims

NAPPANEE – Things have a way of coming full circle in the game of baseball. Two weeks ago, Plymouth’s Pilgrims plated five runs in the seventh inning to take a walk off win over NorthWood Panthers at Bill Nixon Field. Last night the Panthers returned the favor with a walk off single by Sergio...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting Wednesday

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May 14, 2019
Plymouth School Board Meeting Wednesday

The Plymouth School Board will meet for a regular meeting on Wednesday, May 15.  The board meeting is usually held on the first Tuesday of each month; however, due to conflicts with the primary elections, the meeting date was changed. The board is expected to appoint a candidate to fill a vacancy on the...
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