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Archive for June, 2019

Triton School Board Approves 50% Reduction in Transportation Fees for Field Trips, Club Events & Athletics

June 10, 2019
Triton School Board Approves 50% Reduction in Transportation Fees for Field Trips, Club Events & Athletics

The Triton School Board met for a short regular meeting on June 10.  The board unanimously approved reducing transportation fees for school field trips, club events, and athletic contests by 50 percent. According to Superintendent Jeremy Riffle, transportation fees totaled some $19,000 last year, with $10,000 coming from athletic related off-site transportation needs. Fees...
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Alec Mattke Arrested for Strangulation

June 10, 2019
Alec Mattke Arrested for Strangulation

Marshall County Police Officer Rob Hafke released a news release on the arrested of a Plymouth man for Strangulation.  On Monday, June 3rd at 5:18 in the afternoon, Marshall County Police received a report of a domestic battery that had occurred. The victim suffered minor injuries during the altercation. 23 year old Alec Mattke...
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Plymouth Park Board Shuts Down Request for Field Sponsorship Sign on Outfield Fence

June 10, 2019
Plymouth Park Board Shuts Down Request for Field Sponsorship Sign on Outfield Fence

Burke Richeson, President of Plymouth Junior League Baseball asked the Plymouth Park Board for permission to install a 3 foot by 5 foot sign on the outfield fence for companies that sponsor the various fields: C-league, B-league, T-ball and Pony Field. He said the companies making the $500 donations to the league are:  Reith...
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Delap Arrested by City Police for Public Intox.

June 10, 2019
Delap Arrested by City Police for Public Intox.

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to Centier Bank in reference to an intoxicated male subject on Friday, June 7th just before 1 a.m.  Dispatch stated the male subject had been in the road and almost hit twice by cars.  Officer Paul Stamper made contact with the individual and found him to be in an...
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South Bend’s Shanita Knight Arrested of Warrants & DWS with a Prior

June 10, 2019
South Bend’s Shanita Knight Arrested of Warrants & DWS with a Prior

33 year old Shanita Knight of South Bend was arrested in the 1600 block of North Michigan Street on Thursday, June 6th by Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer.  Knight was taken into custody for two active warrants for Failure to Appear and a new charge of Driving While Suspended with a prior charge.  Shanita...
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Matthes Arrested of Failure to Appear Warrant

June 10, 2019
Matthes Arrested of Failure to Appear Warrant

Natalie Matthes, 36 of Plymouth was arrested on Friday, June 7th on an active warrant for failure to appear in Marshall County by Plymouth Police Officer David Finn.  Ms. Matthes was located at her residence and transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was booked in on a $500 cash bond.  She bonded...
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Terrelle Jackson Arrested by County Police for OWI

June 10, 2019
Terrelle Jackson Arrested by County Police for OWI

On Saturday, June 8th, at 3:51 in the morning Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department initiated a traffic stop on a red 1997 Honda Civic in the area of North Plum Street and West Jefferson Street. The driver of the vehicle, 21 year old Terrelle S. Jackson of Plymouth was found to...
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Miller’s Residents Enjoy a Donut Surprise for National Donut Day

June 10, 2019
Miller’s Residents Enjoy a Donut Surprise for National Donut Day

Residents of Miller’s Assisted Living were surprised by staff and volunteers on Friday, June 7 when they were given a small treat bag with mini-donuts in observance of NATIONAL DONUT DAY!  Each resident received the treat with a cute note stating “I Love you to the Donut and Back!”  It was signed with love...
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Young and Murphy Resolution to Force Vote on Saudi Arms Sale

June 10, 2019
Young and Murphy Resolution to Force Vote on Saudi Arms Sale

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will introduce a privileged resolution today to begin the process of forcing a vote on arm sales and other security assistance to Saudi Arabia. This resolution comes after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared an emergency last...
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Plymouth High School Announces 2019 Valedictorian

June 9, 2019
Plymouth High School Announces 2019 Valedictorian

Plymouth High School is proud to announce this year’s valedictorian is Jackson Lee. He completed his high school career with the top GPA of 4.15 in the class of 2019, which consists of 262 graduating seniors. During commencement, Lee will be receiving an Academic Honors Diploma. He will have the honor of giving the...
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Plymouth High School Announces 2019 Salutatorian

June 9, 2019
Plymouth High School Announces 2019 Salutatorian

Julia Patrick has been selected as the salutatorian of the Plymouth High School class of 2019. Julia is the daughter of Paul and Laura Patrick. She graduates with a GPA of 4.135, and she will be receiving an Academic Honors Diploma this evening. Last month Patrick was inducted into the Plymouth High School Academic...
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Busy Agenda for City Meetings Monday Evening

June 9, 2019
Busy Agenda for City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will hold their meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety. Department heard reports will be presented along with a memorandum of understanding between the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth Community School Corp. for the assignment of the School Resource Officer.  Also...
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Jesse Whitmer of Walkerton Arrested for OWI

June 9, 2019
Jesse Whitmer of Walkerton Arrested for OWI

On Thursday, June 6th just before 10 p.m. the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a call in reference to a single vehicle accident on Underwood Road south of 4B Road. Officer Rans arrived on the scene and began an investigation.  He determined that alcohol was a factor in the crash.  The driver, 39 year...
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Bid Agenda for County Council Meeting on Monday

June 9, 2019
Bid Agenda for County Council Meeting on Monday

The Marshall County Council has a lengthy agenda for their meeting Monday morning, June 10th starting at 9 a.m. Jim Causey and Brent Martin from Garden Court will again request support from the county for the permanent Supportive Housing project on West Jefferson Street.  It was announced last week that the project was awarded...
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Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye Traveling Exhibit

June 9, 2019
Culver-Union Township Public Library Will Host IHS’s Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye Traveling Exhibit

The ways maps can be viewed, both as documents and as mirrors of their times, are explored in one of the Indiana Historical Society’s (IHS’s) traveling exhibits, Indiana Through the Mapmaker’s Eye. Culver-Union Township Public Library will host the exhibit in the lower level of the library, located at 107 N. Main St., Culver, Indiana...
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Senator Randy Head: Highlighting School Bus Safety

June 9, 2019
Senator Randy Head: Highlighting School Bus Safety

Over the past few weeks, Governor Eric Holcomb has ceremonially signed several bills into law, including Senate Enrolled Act 2, which Senator Head authored. SEA 2, also known as the MAXSTRONG Act, is named after siblings Mason Ingle, Alivia Stahl and Xzavier Ingle – three children who lost their lives boarding a school bus in Fulton...
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MACOG REGION AWARDED $600,000 IN FUNDING FOR BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

June 9, 2019
MACOG REGION AWARDED $600,000 IN FUNDING FOR BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT GRANT

Thursday it was announced that the Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG), along with coalition partners Elkhart, Kosciusko, Marshall, and St. Joseph Counties, was selected to receive $600,000 in funding for a regional Brownfield Assessment Coalition Grant to address potentially contaminated properties. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and the White...
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Young, Cardin Move Forward Legislation to Expedite Home-Based Therapy Services for Medicare

June 9, 2019
Young, Cardin Move Forward Legislation to Expedite Home-Based Therapy Services for Medicare

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.) have introduced a budget-neutral measure that would provide Medicare beneficiaries more timely access to needed therapies. The Medicare Home Health Flexibility Act of 2019 (S. 1725) breaks down barriers for seniors by allowing occupational therapists to perform the initial home health assessment in cases in which occupational therapy is ordered...
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Walorski Statement on U.S.-Mexico Agreement to Avoid Tariffs

June 9, 2019
Walorski Statement on U.S.-Mexico Agreement to Avoid Tariffs

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Saturday released the following statement after President Trump announced an agreement with Mexico that suspends tariffs set to take effect next week: “I’m grateful the U.S. and Mexico reached an agreement to address the border crisis and avoid costly tariffs that would have hurt American businesses and consumers. Now...
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Coaches Corner (Interview with former Plymouth coach Steve Yoder)

June 7, 2019


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