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Archive for September, 2019

Glenn second

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September 12, 2019

Glenn second MIDDLEBURY – Glenn’s Abby Machnic shot a 43 as Glenn finished between Northridge and Tippecanoe Valley. • NORTHRIDGE 170; GLENN 190; TV 217 At Meadow Valley Par 36 Northridge 179:  Braedyn O’Dell 39; Ashley Brewster 39;Jules Weaver 42; Emily Mack 50; Izzy Lawrence 59. John Glenn 190:  Abby Machnic 43; Megan Kobelt...
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CGA dominates LV

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September 12, 2019

CGA dominates LV LAKEVILLE – The Lady Lancers took a tough loss to a very talented Culver Academy team, 11-1. Senior Emily Talaga prevented the shutout, scoring her first career goal. • CGA 11, LAVILLE 1 At Newton Park LaVille Statistics: Shots on Goal: 2 Free Kicks: 7 Corner Kicks: 1 Goalie Saves: 21...
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Triton tops NJ

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September 12, 2019

Triton tops NJ BOURBON – Triton defeated North Judson in four sets. Leading hitters for the Lady Trojans were Abbey Viers (17 kills) and Lexia Hostrawser (8). Emma Hepler had 23 assists and Dylanie Miller added 12. Hostraswer had three aces, while Hepler added a pair. Molly McFarland led in digs with 23, followed...
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Plymouth splits with NorthWood

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September 12, 2019

Plymouth splits with NorthWood NAPPANEE – The Plymouth boys and girls cross country teams raced at NorthWood Tuesday evening in NLC action.  The Pilgrim girls fell to NW, 24-35, while the Pilgrim boys edged the Panthers, 25-30. Ashley Rosas was the first Lady Pilgrim through the chute winning the race in 21:13, 31 seconds...
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Jelinek Sentenced to Maximum 12 Year Prison Sentence

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September 12, 2019
Jelinek Sentenced to Maximum 12 Year Prison Sentence

      One hundred and five days after being charged and arrested for Dealing In a Narcotic Drug, Jessica Jelinek, 31, of Plymouth, was sentenced and is preparing to be transported to the Department of Corrections to complete a 12 year prison term.  Jelinek previously admitted in open court to supplying Roxicodone to Fabian Pioro...
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Mark Clemons Jr. Arrested by City Police for Residential Entry & Indecent Exposure

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September 12, 2019
Mark Clemons Jr. Arrested by City Police for Residential Entry & Indecent Exposure

Officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to 121 Green Street early Thursday morning, September 12th about 2:45 for an unwanted guest attempting to gain entry to the residence. Officer Paul Stamper arrived on the scene and conducted an investigation.  At the conclusion of his investigation it was determined that 32 year old...
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Funding Released for Permanent Supportive Housing Project in Plymouth, Construction Spring 2020

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September 12, 2019
Funding Released for Permanent Supportive Housing Project in Plymouth, Construction Spring 2020

On Wednesday, Garden Court received notification of the funding release from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) for the Serenity Permanent Supportive Housing project in Plymouth. In June the Board of Directors for the IHCDA approved funding to create permanent supportive housing in Plymouth. Garden Court, Inc. was awarded over $1.7 million that will...
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Pair Arrested in Parking Lot of Hacienda for Drugs

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September 12, 2019
Pair Arrested in Parking Lot of Hacienda for Drugs

Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a medical call in the parking lot of the Hacienda Tuesday night just before 11 for a motorist slumped over. Arriving on scene the officer found a female seated in the driver’s seat.  She was identified as 23 year old Maeve Concannon from North Liberty.  ...
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Bourbon Resident Upset with Town Street Paving

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September 12, 2019
Bourbon Resident Upset with Town Street Paving

Bourbon homeowner Rosemary Shearer at 207 West Sunset expressed her opinions on how the town has chosen which streets to repave and shared her disgust that her street has not been repaved since 1994 during Tuesday’s Town Council meeting. Shearer said, “My street is narrow and cracked. My street is being ignored.” Street Department...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES AS RARE VIRUS IS DETECTED IN NORTHERN INDIANA

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September 12, 2019
HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES AS RARE VIRUS IS DETECTED IN NORTHERN INDIANA

State health officials are urging Indiana residents to protect themselves from mosquito bites in response to the detection of eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus activity in northern Indiana. Since mid-August of this year, three horses and one group of mosquitoes from Elkhart County have tested positive for EEE virus. No human cases of EEE...
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