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Archive for July, 2019

Sunday, July 28 Tram Tours of Bremen Architecture

July 9, 2019
Sunday, July 28 Tram Tours of Bremen Architecture

Join the Marshall County Historical Society and Historic Bremen for a 90-minute tram tour of Bremen buildings on Sunday afternoon, July 28. Featured buildings are a mix of historic homes, churches, downtown buildings and other landmarks noted for their beauty, importance or significance. Trams start leaving at 2 PM from the Bremen High School...
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Michael Carpenter Arrested for OWI Endangering

July 9, 2019
Michael Carpenter Arrested for OWI Endangering

Saturday night, July 6th, just before midnight Plymouth Police Officer Arnold conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on North Michigan Street north of Hoham Drive. The driver of the vehicle, 41 year old Michael Carpenter of Bremen was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated endangerment with BAC above .15 Mr. Carpenter was incarcerated at...
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ROTARY PANCAKE DAYS SCHEDULED THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

July 9, 2019
ROTARY PANCAKE DAYS SCHEDULED THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

The Plymouth Rotary Club will host its Annual Rotary Pancake Days this Thursday, July 12th and Friday, July 13th from 7AM-12PM at the usual location, the tent on Garro Street just west of Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth. Rotary Pancake Days, which has been held by the club every year since the late 1950’s,...
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19 year old Plymouth Man Arrested for Minor Consumption

July 9, 2019
19 year old Plymouth Man Arrested for Minor Consumption

Officer Wallace with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a dispatch for a domestic disturbance at 305 Clark Street on Monday, July 8th just before 11 p.m. After conducting an investigation it was discovered that 19 year old Kegan Thomas of the Clark Street address had been drinking.  He was arrested for Minor Consumption,...
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Young Introduces Legislation to Bring Greater Accountability to Organ Donation System

July 9, 2019
Young Introduces Legislation to Bring Greater Accountability to Organ Donation System

Tuesday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) introduced legislation that aims to deliver more life-saving organs to patients by establishing clear, accountable metrics for organ procurement organizations (OPOs). Currently, the 58 OPOs in the United States maintain control over the organ procurement process, but questions surround the effectiveness, transparency, and accountability of these organizations. “In...
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CONSUMER ALERT: Attorney General Warns Hoosiers about Contractors Offering to Waive Deductibles

July 9, 2019
CONSUMER ALERT: Attorney General Warns Hoosiers about Contractors Offering to Waive Deductibles

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of a specific home-repair scam reported to his office following recent severe weather across the state. Callers have reported that certain home-improvement contractors have visited storm-damaged homes and offered to waive insurance deductibles for consumers who contract with them to make repairs. This practice is...
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Concert Series Begins at The Well

July 9, 2019
Concert Series Begins at The Well

The First United Methodist Church Outreach Committee and The Well cordially invite the Marshall County Community to the first concert of the 2019 summer season.  Anna Hagen of Goshen will appear in concert playing inspirational harp music.  Anna began playing harp professionally at the age of 14.  She plays for weddings, churches, funerals, with...
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Roger J. Haney age 54 of Plymouth

July 9, 2019
Roger J. Haney age 54 of Plymouth

Click the Deaton Clemons van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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CGA’s Hoff advances to USA Hockey’s Girls U18 Development Camp

July 9, 2019

Hoff advances to USA Hockey’s Girls U18 Development Camp CULVER – After having participated in USA Hockey’s girls U16/17 Development Camp June 25-July 1st, CGA goaltender McKinley Hoff (’02) managed to secure one of the remaining spots to attend this year’s Girls U18 Select Player Development Camp. The U16/17 camp featured 144 total players,...
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Pleninger hired as LaVille lady hoops coach

July 9, 2019
Pleninger hired as LaVille lady hoops coach

LAKEVILLE – Following approval at a recent Union-North United School Board meeting, Daniel Pleninger has been named the new head girls basketball coach at LaVille High School. Pleninger replaces Corey Duncan, who compiled a 42-51 record in four years at LHS. Pleninger becomes the fifth coach since 1990 and takes over a team that...
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Mike Delp Questions County Council on Request for Funds for Permanent Supportive Housing Project

July 8, 2019
Mike Delp Questions County Council on Request for Funds for Permanent Supportive Housing Project

Members of the Marshall County Council heard from County Commissioner Mike Delp during the “Public Input” portion of their meeting on Monday. Delp questioned the council non-decision last month on the request for financial support for the Permanent Supportive Housing Project on West Jefferson Street.   He said, “Several times Jim Causey has been before...
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Actions of the Triton School Board

July 8, 2019
Actions of the Triton School Board

The Triton School Board approved a number of new hires for the upcoming school year including seven teaching positions. It was noted that they are still in the process of filling a social studies position at the Jr/Sr High School. They also approved a number of coaching positions. Among other items, the board members...
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The Antiquarian & Historical Society of Culver Presents “History of the Culver Fire Department” June 13

July 8, 2019
The Antiquarian & Historical Society of Culver Presents “History of the Culver Fire Department” June 13

A walk through the history – both distant and more recent – and contemporary story of firefighting in and around Culver will take place this Saturday, July 13, starting at 10 a.m. at the Culver fire station at Lake Shore Drive and State Street. The event, sponsored by the Antiquarian and Historical Society of...
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County Highway Superintendent Updates Council on Road Program

July 8, 2019
County Highway Superintendent Updates Council on Road Program

Jason Peters, Superintendent of the Marshall County Highway Department told the County Council on Monday they will continue paving on 12B Road over the next few days.   He plans to complete with the first layer to level the road by Thursday. The week of the July 15th the County Highway Department will start the...
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Over 300 Indiana High Schools, 7 in Marshall County Honored for Student FAFSA Completion Rates

July 8, 2019
Over 300 Indiana High Schools, 7 in Marshall County Honored for Student FAFSA Completion Rates

Just two years ago, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education tasked Indiana high schools with achieving a goal of having at least 70 percent of their students file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or before the annual April 15 deadline. Last week, the Commission, along with the Indiana Department of...
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Melody Makers & The Rose Hips at the Marshall County Museum for July Brown Bag Event

July 8, 2019
Melody Makers & The Rose Hips at the Marshall County Museum for July Brown Bag Event

This Friday, July 12th, at noon, the July Brown Bag Lunch event at the Marshall County Museum will feature the Melody Makers and The Rose Hips. Join this on Friday at noon at the Marshall County Museum for lively concert filled with some pop, gospel and folk music along with show tunes and classic...
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Next Level Teacher Compensation Commission Launches Input Sessions

July 8, 2019
Next Level Teacher Compensation Commission Launches Input Sessions

Governor Eric J. Holcomb Monday announced the Next Level Teacher Compensation Commission will launch a series of input sessions as part of his effort to make teacher pay competitive with surrounding states.   The commission and advisory council, which includes education and business leaders, have been tasked with providing recommendations for how to achieve...
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4th of July Celebration at Miller’s Assisted Living

July 8, 2019
4th of July Celebration at Miller’s Assisted Living

A capacity crowd filled Miller’s Assisted Living on Thursday for their Independence Day Picnic and Quentin Flagg Patriotic Concert.  Residents and guests were treated to a delicious meal of baked chicken, potato salad, pasta salad, a veggie tray and their choice of homemade apple or cherry pie. Following the meal Quentin Flagg of Knox...
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Academy picks Whitaker to head girls hockey

July 8, 2019
Academy picks Whitaker to head girls hockey

Academy picks Whitaker to head girls hockey CULVER – The fireworks came early this week at Culver Academies. Director of Athletics Louise Ericson and Director of Enrollment Management Staci Hundt announce the hiring of Cory Whitaker as the new Head Girls Hockey Coach and Assistant Director of Admissions. Whitaker replaces Brian Idalski, who resigned...
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LaVille golf outing

July 8, 2019

Big Blue golf outing PLYMOUTH – The 13th Annual Big Blue Golf Outing will be Saturday, Aug. 3, at Woodbury Golf Course in Plymouth. The event, which is used as a fundraiser by the Lancer Booster Club. Sponsorships for the event are also available. Please contact the Lancer Booster Club with any questions: Angie...
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