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Coaches Corner 8-31-19

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August 31, 2019


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Plymouth vs. Kokomo (Football) 8-30-19

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August 31, 2019


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Plymouth defense rebounds to spur week two win

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August 31, 2019
Plymouth defense rebounds to spur week two win

PLYMOUTH — A hard fought football game turned into a sort of street brawl as Plymouth got in the win column with a 41-20 win over Kokomo. Three quarters of a very solid game turned a little chippy in the fourth quarter after a frightening injury to a Kokomo player who had to be taken...
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Plymouth Named 2019 Community of the Year

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August 30, 2019
Plymouth Named 2019 Community of the Year

“Where community and possibilities connect” is more than a slogan for Plymouth. That approach has led to collaborative partnerships, significant projects – and a special buzz about the city. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has taken notice and is honoring Plymouth with its 2019 Republic Airways and LIFT Academy Community of the Year award. There are...
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Senator Young Statement on Labor Day

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August 30, 2019
Senator Young Statement on Labor Day

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today released the following statement in advance of Labor Day “This Labor Day we recognize the achievements of hardworking Hoosiers who have made Indiana a national leader in manufacturing and agriculture, and who every day invest their time, talents, and energy to serve the needs of others. For generations,...
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Troopers Increase Enforcement Patrols Over the Holiday Weekend

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August 30, 2019
Troopers Increase Enforcement Patrols Over the Holiday Weekend

Indiana State Police will be increasing patrols starting today and will be concentrating their enforcement efforts on impaired drivers, distracted drivers and for those drivers and passengers not buckled up. Last year during the Labor Day weekend, 2,101 crashes occurred throughout Indiana resulting in 507 injuries and fifteen fatalities. Troopers would like to remind...
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What’s Your Opinion 8-30-19 (Andy Banas)

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August 30, 2019


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Severe shortage of mental health professionals in rural America, opioid and drug problems a major concern.

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August 30, 2019
Severe shortage of mental health professionals in rural America, opioid and drug problems a major concern.

Rural America has a severe shortage of qualified mental health professionals because agencies and governmental units are unable to pay competitive wages commonly offered in larger communities, says Jagdish Khubchandani, a researcher at Ball State University. “While the shortage of mental health professionals affects communities across the nation, rural America has unique needs due...
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City Council Updated on City Stellar Projects for Application

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August 29, 2019

Earlier this month, members of the Plymouth City Council were updated on the four proposed city project for the Regional Stellar application by City Attorney Sean Surrisi. The biggest project for the city is the Entrepreneurial Hub that is planned for the Old Firehouse at the corner Center and Washington Streets.  The project also...
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Knox Woman Arrested in LaPaz for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting

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August 29, 2019

Marshall County Police responded to a complaint of an unwanted guest Wednesday afternoon, August 28th about 4:15 in LaPaz. Upon arriving, Officer Gorny observed a female in the front yard of a residence in the 100 block Troyer Street yelling and screaming. 55 year old Penny Singleton of Knox was arrested for Disorderly Conduct...
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Informational Meeting Scheduled for Homeowners Program to Help with the Rehabilitation of Low-Income Households

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August 29, 2019
Informational Meeting Scheduled for Homeowners Program to Help with the Rehabilitation of Low-Income Households

The Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Housing Committee has scheduled an informational meeting about a grant program that provides up to $25,000 for home repairs to homeowners that qualify. This grant requires no match money from the homeowner. The Stellar Housing Committee is planning on including this grant program as part of the Stellar application....
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60 Year Old William Edwards Arrested by City Police for Strangulation and Battery

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August 29, 2019
60 Year Old William Edwards Arrested by City Police for Strangulation and Battery

Plymouth Police were dispatched to a domestic disturbance Tuesday night about 9:30 at 511 East Garro Street. Arriving at the scene, Officer Beatty spoke with both parties involved and conducted an investigation. 60 year old William P. Edwards of the Garro Street address was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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Donna Coffin Arrested on Warrant

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August 29, 2019
Donna Coffin Arrested on Warrant

42 year old Donna M. Coffin of Plymouth was arrested on Wednesday, August at 1:30 in the afternoon on a warrant. Coffin had an active felony warrant for her arrest for two counts of fraud.  She was located, taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was held on a...
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See the Universe at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

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August 29, 2019
See the Universe at Potawatomi Wildlife Park

The Warsaw Astronomical Society will be conducting a public observing night hosted by Potawatomi Wildlife Park on Saturday evening, August 31st, one hour after dark at the park’s observation field.   Observing is pending clear skies, call ahead if partly cloudy.  (574-498-6550) Plan to attend and discover the universe for yourself.  Astronomical Society members will...
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Jefferson Pre-K Students Ready for Blueberry Festival

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August 29, 2019
Jefferson Pre-K Students Ready for Blueberry Festival

Pre-K students from Miss Angela and Miss Candace’s classes at Jefferson Elementary school are gearing up for Blueberry weekend.  On Thursday they ventured over to Centennial Park and had a photo op at the Blueberry Hand carved statue next to Information Booth #1.  Students also created their own Blueberry Hands from construction paper.
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Red Light Running Deaths Hit 10 Year High in Indiana

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August 29, 2019

More than two people are killed every day on U.S. roads by impatient and reckless drivers blowing through red lights, according to data analysis performed by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.  The most recent crash data available shows 939 people were killed in red light running crashes in 2017 — a 10-year high...
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Plymouth sweeps

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August 29, 2019

The Pilgrim Cross Country teams started their dual meet season Tuesday night by traveling to Bremen to take on the Glenn Falcons and the host Lions. The Pilgrim Boys swept the meet beating Glenn 15-50 and topping the host Lions 15-44.  The Pilgrims took the top five spots with Konner Ray winning the meet. ...
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PHS C volleyball team over Marian

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August 29, 2019

Opponent: Marion Winner: Plymouth Scores: 25-20, 21-25, 15-6 Karissa Hall – 6 aces Halle Hopple – 5 Assists
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Lincoln eighth at Edgewood

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August 29, 2019

The 8th grade volleyball team went 1-3 at the Edgewood tournament. We started out the day beating Wabash 20-25, 25-17 & 15-12We then went up against an impressive Maple Creek team losing in two 6-25, 10-25The 3rd match was against Wawasee we again lost in two 20-25, 20-25The 4 the match was against Edgewood...
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Lincoln seventh takes Warsaw Tourney

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August 29, 2019

Saturday 8/24/19, Lincoln Junior High participated in the Warsaw Edgewood Volleyball Tournament. The 7th grade finished in 1st place with a 3-1 tournament record The scores of the 7th grade games were as follows: Lincoln defeated  Wabash 20-25 25-13 15-8 Lincoln defeated Maple Creek 25-17 25-15 Lincoln lost to Wawasee 19-25 24-26 Lincoln defeated...
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