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Archive for June, 2019

South Bend Cubs to host Midwest League All Star game

June 7, 2019
South Bend Cubs to host Midwest League All Star game

The 2019 Midwest League All-Star Game presented by Four Winds Casinos takes place Tuesday, June 18 and will feature some of the most promising players in professional baseball today. It is the first time in 30 years the Midwest League All-Star game will be held in South Bend, Indiana. The 2019 event will kick off...
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South Bend Cubs upcoming promotions

June 7, 2019
South Bend Cubs upcoming promotions

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (June 7, 2019) – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the 2019 season. Included in this homestand is Pride Night at the ballpark on Thursday, June 13. A special $25 ticket package for Pride Night includes a ticket to the game and an exclusive, limited edition t-shirt...
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Stone to coach Ancilla women’s soccer

June 7, 2019

Stone to coach Ancilla women’s soccer DONALDSON – Argos native Andy Stone is changing coaching positions at Ancilla College. The first year men’s soccer coach, is now a first-year women’s soccer coach. Stone has been involved in women’s soccer AAU events for years and thought the women’s position would be a good fit for...
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Indiana Wheel Company to Open Manufacturing Plant in Plymouth

June 7, 2019
Indiana Wheel Company to Open Manufacturing Plant in Plymouth

Across the United States, companies are continuing to bring business back from abroad, a trend known as re‐shoring. Today, Indiana Wheel Company (IWC), a joint venture led by China-based, Jingu Company Limited (Jingu), announced plans to launch operations in Plymouth, establishing Marshall County as a prime location for re-shoring companies. IWC is a startup...
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Durna and Morel smash home runs in 4-1 sweep win over Hot Rods

June 6, 2019

 South Bend, IN: In their biggest series of the year yet, the South Bend Cubs used timely hitting, shutdown pitching, and solid defense to their advantage in a sweep of the Bowling Green Hot Rods. In Thursday’s 4-1 win, the Cubs backed Manager Buddy Bailey on his way to win number 2,100 as a...
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Commissioners Open Bids for Community Crossing Road Projects

June 6, 2019
Commissioners Open Bids for Community Crossing Road Projects

Monday morning he Marshall County Commissioners opened bids for the five Community Crossing projects.  There were four companies that submitted bids: Reith Riley, E & B Paving, Walsh & Kelly and Pend and Brown. The five projects the funds will be used on are Dogwood Road from State Road 331 to U.S.6; North Michigan...
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Plymouth Schools Will NOT Fill Six Open Teaching Positions

June 6, 2019
Plymouth Schools Will NOT Fill Six Open Teaching Positions

Plymouth School administrators continue to look for ways to use their funding most efficiently. Superintendent Andy Hartley informed the school board members at their June meeting that six open teaching staff positions would not be filled for the 2019-2020 school year. He explained that the openings were due to attrition, meaning employees retire or...
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5th Annual Mayor’s Month of Music is August

June 6, 2019
5th Annual Mayor’s Month of Music is August

It is the 5 year anniversary of Mayor’s Month of Music at River Park Square and it is going to be bigger and better than ever!! In 2015, Mayor’s Month of Music was launched to provide free, family-friendly entertainment in River Park Square to show off this great Park.  Since the beginning, the crowds...
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Ronnie Lister Arrested for Dealing Meth Warrant through the UNIT

June 6, 2019
Ronnie Lister Arrested for Dealing Meth Warrant through the UNIT

54 year old Ronnie Lister of Plymouth was arrested on Thursday, June 6th after Plymouth Police Officer John Weir observed him driving a vehicle on 5th Street. The officer knew Lister had an active warrant through the UNIT (Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team) for dealing methamphetamines. Officer Weir initiated a traffic stop at Jefferson and...
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DOUG BIRD NAMED NEW HEAD OF CULVER ACADEMIES SCHOOLS

June 6, 2019
DOUG BIRD NAMED NEW HEAD OF CULVER ACADEMIES SCHOOLS

A 1990 Culver Academies graduate became the 14th Head of Schools effective June 3. Douglas Bird, Ed.D., succeeds Jim Power, who has been at Culver since July 1, 2016. Bird moves over after serving as the director of Culver Summer Schools & Camps, where he has overseen the planning and operation of the Upper Schools,...
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Chicago Woman Arrested for Theft & Possession of Marijuana

June 6, 2019
Chicago Woman Arrested for Theft & Possession of Marijuana

Early Thursday morning Plymouth Police arrested a Chicago woman for theft at Walmart. Just after 2 a.m. city officers were dispatched to the Plymouth Walmart in reference to a theft that had occurred. 21 year old Bria Smith was located in a semi leaving the scene.  The truck was stopped by Officer Enyart and...
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10th Annual P-Town Cruz’n Car Show in Downtown Plymouth this Saturday

June 6, 2019
10th Annual P-Town Cruz’n Car Show in Downtown Plymouth this Saturday

The 10th Annual P-Town Cruz’n Car Show is this Saturday, June 8th in downtown Plymouth. A fundraiser for the Marshall County Humane Society, the car show is always held the second Saturday in June and has some of the finest automobiles on display.  There are no restrictions on the types, makes, models or years...
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Bipartisan, Bicameral Group, Including Sen. Young & Rep. Walorski Introduces New Legislation to Combat Affordable Housing Crisis

June 6, 2019
Bipartisan, Bicameral Group, Including Sen. Young & Rep. Walorski Introduces New Legislation to Combat Affordable Housing Crisis

As the country continues to grapple with an affordable housing and homelessness crisis, a bipartisan, bicameral group of U.S. Senators and Representatives today introduced legislation to increase investment in affordable housing and provide more resources and stronger protections for at-risk groups. The Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act of 2019 was introduced by U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski...
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51 Year old Plymouth Woman Arrested for Trespassing

June 6, 2019
51 Year old Plymouth Woman Arrested for Trespassing

51 year old Lisa Miller of Plymouth was arrested on Tuesday, June 4th about 7:15 in the evening. Corporal Bob DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department was dispatched to Skylane Drive for an individual trespassing on the property.  He located Miller and took her into custody. Miller was lodged in the Marshall County Jail...
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Attorney General Hill Stresses Value of Collaboration in Protecting Older Hoosiers from Scams

June 6, 2019
Attorney General Hill Stresses Value of Collaboration in Protecting Older Hoosiers from Scams

With World Elder Abuse Awareness Day coming up on June 15, Attorney General Curtis Hill has announced that his office is working with other state agencies and non-profit organizations through membership in the newly-formed Indiana Council Against Senior Exploitation (IN-CASE). IN-CASE pursues a mission of educating seniors and their caregivers on how to prevent...
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Commissioners Begin Talking Publicly About Jail Expansion

June 5, 2019
Commissioners Begin Talking Publicly About Jail Expansion

After Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel was granted approval to apply for a SAVE (Stop Arm Violation Enforcement) Grant from the County Commissioners on Monday the topic evolved into the population at the jail. The Sheriff said 17 individuals were arrested over the weekend and 9 were released bringing the count to 245 inmates...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Building Project, 2-3 Weeks Behind Schedule

June 5, 2019
Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Building Project, 2-3 Weeks Behind Schedule

The Plymouth Schools building project for Lincoln Junior High School is approximately 2-3 weeks behind the original schedule, but still remains on budget. Project manager, Derek Anderson, gave his monthly progress report to the Plymouth School Board on June 4 at their regular meeting. Anderson said weather related days have caused the delays; however,...
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Double Concert June 22nd Benefits REES Theatre Project

June 5, 2019
Double Concert June 22nd Benefits REES Theatre Project

The REES Theatre Project Committee had hoped to have a stand-up fund raising concert inside the Rees Theatre this year but that can’t happen. Committee member Jack Davis said, “Due to construction and the lack of a sprinkler system we are unable to make that work.” He said, a small committee has been working...
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Stg. Deisch Arrests Two at Walmart for Theft

June 5, 2019
Stg. Deisch Arrests Two at Walmart for Theft

Stg. Joe Deisch with the Plymouth Police Department investigated a theft complaint on Thursday, May 30th about 9 p.m. at Walmart. After the investigation the officer arrested 30 year old Jennifer L. VanBlaircom of Walkerton and 30 year old Jennifer A, Nevil of Plymouth were arrested and lodged in the Marshall County Jail for...
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INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES FIRST SIX OF 17 FREE CONCERTS OFFERED AT THE 2019 INDIANA STATE FAIR

June 5, 2019
INDIANA STATE FAIR ANNOUNCES  FIRST SIX OF 17 FREE CONCERTS  OFFERED AT   THE 2019 INDIANA STATE FAIR

The Indiana State Fair announces the first six of 17 concerts that will be part of the 2019 Indiana State Fair Free Stage headline entertainment, which returns August 2-18. Each night of the Fair features a concert that is free with paid fair admission. The first six shows announced Wednesday include: Ace Frehley - (original KISS...
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