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Trojan PRIDE Ticket Award Winners

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August 19, 2019
Trojan PRIDE Ticket Award Winners

Congratulations to this week’s Trojan PRIDE Ticket award winners at the Triton Jr/Sr High School. Each of these individuals went above and beyond this week and earned the most Trojan PRIDE Tickets in their class. Mrs. Stichter was also awarded with a gift card for giving out the most Trojan PRIDE Tickets this week....
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2019 Indiana State Fair Sees a Boost in Attendance

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August 19, 2019
2019 Indiana State Fair Sees a Boost in Attendance

Despite a closing weekend that included severe weather, this year’s hero-centric Indiana State Fair closed with 878,857 people traveling to the fairgrounds for the 17-day event. The Indiana State Fair was particularly special this year as it chose to recognize admirable Hoosiers through its theme, “Heroes in the Heartland presented by Indiana Donor Network.”...
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The South Bend Cubs play three games at home this week

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August 19, 2019

The South Bend Cubs play three games at home this week SOUTH BEND, Indiana (August 19, 2019) – The South Bend Cubs have announced their next homestand of the 2019 season, which includes three of the last six home games in the regular season. All homestand games take place at Four Winds Field, 501 W....
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County Highway Department and Road Projects

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August 18, 2019
County Highway Department and Road Projects

Marshall County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters wants to inform citizens of work plans for the department this week and in the coming week. On Monday the Highway Department will make cold patch at the highway garage, 600 tons through the pug mill at the King Road plant.   Peters said crushing of asphalt for additional...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Tree Removal Quote

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August 18, 2019
Bourbon Town Council Approves Tree Removal Quote

Bourbon Street Department Superintendent, Roger Terry, prioritized the list of trees within the town that need to be removed due to safety concerns. Terry had spent the past several months trying to find tree trimmers to do the work and was finally successful in locating Cox Wood Removal. Town Clerk/Treasurer Kim Berger explained that...
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Special City Council Meeting for 2020 Budget

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August 18, 2019
Special City Council Meeting for 2020 Budget

A special meeting of the Plymouth Common Council will be held Monday evening, August 19th beginning at 6:30 in the second floor Council Chambers of City Hall. The special meeting is being called to review the proposed 2020 city budget.  Department heads will be on hand to discuss with council members their requests and...
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Ortiz Arrested on Warrant for Contempt of Court

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August 18, 2019
Ortiz Arrested on Warrant for Contempt of Court

On Thursday, August 15th, Officer John Weir with the Plymouth Police Department was contacted and advised that 35 year old Gonzalo Ortiz of Mishawaka had an active warrant for his arrest. Ortiz was in the area of Michigan and Adams Streets.  Officer Weir located the suspect and took him into custody and lodged him...
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County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

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August 18, 2019
County Drainage Board & Commissioners Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Drainage Board and Commissioner will meet Monday morning, August 19th beginning at 8:30 in the morning.  The meetings are held in the second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda for the Drainage Board includes a public hearing on the construction of the Bellman Tile Arm in German Township.   The...
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Simon Arrested at Probation Department

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August 18, 2019
Simon Arrested at Probation Department

Officer John Weir was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department on Thursday, August 15th for a subject that had an active warrant through Saint Joseph County. 29 year old Tiffany Simon of Plymouth was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was held for the Probation Violation.  ...
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Rep. Jack Jordan: When should you stop for a school bus?

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August 18, 2019
Rep. Jack Jordan:  When should you stop for a school bus?

In a recent release from State Representative Jack Jordan he said, “Now that children are back in school, all motorists must pay attention and stop for school buses.” When a bus is stopped with its flashing red lights activated and its stop arm extended, drivers are required to stop when approaching it from any direction....
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