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Archive for September, 2019

Pilgrims through first round unbeaten

September 26, 2019

Pilgrims through first round unbeaten NAPPANEE — The Plymouth Pilgrims were the only team to go undefeated in first-round action of the NLC Tennis Tourney Wednesday night at Northwood High School. Northridge and Northwood both went 4-1 on the night. #1 Singles player Grant Houin advanced with a 7-5, 6-1 victory over his Goshen...
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Culver Town Wide Garage Sales this Weekend

September 26, 2019
Culver Town Wide Garage Sales this Weekend

Town Wide Garage Sales are this Friday and Saturday in Culver. A map of the garage sales in and around Culver is available on the town’s website or in the town office. If you weren’t ready to have a sale this weekend, no worries. You have all winter to get ready for the spring...
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DNR: How Hunters Can Help Monitor for Chronic Wasting Disease

September 26, 2019
DNR: How Hunters Can Help Monitor for Chronic Wasting Disease

Hunters can help monitor deer populations in northwest and northeast Indiana for chronic wasting disease (CWD) by voluntarily submitting harvested deer to the DNR for testing during the 2019-20 deer hunting season. For doing so, participants will receive a commemorative 2019 Deer Management Partner magnet and a metal tag reminiscent of historical confirmation tags...
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From the Ground Up: Controlling Invasive Plants

September 26, 2019
From the Ground Up:  Controlling Invasive Plants

According to the DNR website, exotic animal and plant pests are invading Indiana and multiplying, causing economic and visual damage.  Indiana Wildlife Federation has a list of exotic, non-native plants to avoid but many landowners already have well established invasives on their property and need to know how to eradicate, or at least manage,...
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Study: Indiana May Have a Monopoly Problem for Healthcare Services

September 26, 2019
Study: Indiana May Have a Monopoly Problem for Healthcare Services

Hospitals and network providers for healthcare in Indiana exhibit broad signs of monopolization, causing Hoosiers to pay significantly more than the national average, says a new report from Ball State University. “Indiana has a Monopoly Problem in Healthcare; Preliminary evidence and recommendations,” a report released today by Ball State’s Center for Business and Economic...
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Linda L. Bloom 81, of Plymouth

September 26, 2019

Click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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What’s Your Opinion 9-26-19 (Boys & Girls Club/Wild Rose Moon)

September 26, 2019


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As We See It 9-25-19

September 26, 2019


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What’s Your Opinion 9-25-19 (Jerry Chavez MCEDC)

September 26, 2019


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St. Joe Med Center Show (Cold and Flu prevention tips)

September 26, 2019


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City Council Approves Changes to Ordinance Setting Mileage Reimbursement and Meal Allowance

September 25, 2019
City Council Approves Changes to Ordinance Setting Mileage Reimbursement and Meal Allowance

Members of the Plymouth Common Council were presented with an amendment to the ordinance setting the mileage reimbursement rate and the per diem for meals. Clerk/Treasurer Jeanine Xaver said she is looking at ways to save the city money and one way would be to reduce the mileage rate from the federal rate of...
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“Heroes of the Hardwood” Fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club in Plymouth on Saturday

September 25, 2019
“Heroes of the Hardwood” Fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club in Plymouth on Saturday

“Heroes on the Hardwood” is an event to sponsor the Plymouth unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Marshall County. This Saturday, September 28th the Plymouth Fire Department, EMS and Volunteers will take on the Plymouth Police Department and Marshall County Sheriff’s Department in Plymouth’s finest battle on the basketball court. All proceeds...
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County Police Arrest South Bend Man for Domestic Battery and DWS

September 25, 2019
County Police Arrest South Bend Man for Domestic Battery and DWS

On Sunday morning, September 22nd, just after 10 the Marshall County Dispatch Center received a report of a physical domestic disturbance in the 8,000 block of Dart Street in Bremen. Officer Bragg from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the incident reportedly between a male and female.  The caller said the male, identified...
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City Board of Public Works Updated on Caring Cupboard Program

September 25, 2019
City Board of Public Works Updated on Caring Cupboard  Program

Monday evening Rebecca Palmer updated the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety on the “Caring Cupboards” program in Plymouth.  In June the board granted approval to place a small emergency food and necessities pantry at the Plymouth Police Department and the Plymouth Fire Department. Palmer said the Caring Cupboards will provide food items,...
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THE RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST INDIANA MOVES ARGOS OFFICE TO NEARBY LOCATION

September 25, 2019
THE RED CROSS OF NORTHWEST INDIANA MOVES ARGOS OFFICE TO NEARBY LOCATION

The American Red Cross of Northwest Indiana will be relocating its office in Argos, to a new location, 12 miles away, at 2701 North Michigan Street in Plymouth, the back of Key Bank. The move is scheduled to occur by September 30. “As we look to meet the growing demand for our services, while...
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Tri Kappa Hosts Cocoa & Chanel -Themed Ladies’ Night Out

September 25, 2019
Tri Kappa Hosts Cocoa & Chanel -Themed Ladies’ Night Out

The Plymouth Beta Delta Chapter of Tri Kappa is hosting their annual Ladies’ Night Out fundraiser on Thursday, October 3rd at Pretty Lake Golf Club in Plymouth.  This year’s fundraiser, embracing the classic and trademark style of Coco Chanel, will feature an elegant evening consisting of dinner, drinks, chocolate tastings, silent auction, raffles, and...
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Walorski Applauds U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement

September 25, 2019
Walorski Applauds U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Wednesday released the following statement after the U.S. and Japan announced an agreement on a new trade deal: “I want to congratulate President Trump and his negotiating team on reaching this important agreement that will improve access to export markets for America’s farmers and ranchers. I’m also encouraged the...
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COME CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY of LUNAR LANDING at POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

September 25, 2019
COME CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY of LUNAR LANDING at POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing and International Observe the Moon Night, the Warsaw Astronomical Society and Potawatomi Wildlife Park are partnering to present a night with our moon. The evening will begin with a public talk about our Moon and Moon landings followed by observing the Moon, Saturn and Jupiter through...
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St. Michael Students Attend JA BizTown

September 25, 2019
St. Michael Students Attend JA BizTown

How do students in Marshall County learn the value of workforce readiness? By attending Junior Achievement BizTown of course. The 6th graders at Saint Michael enjoyed a fun-filled day in Fort Wayne on Monday, September 23 in Junior Achievement’s brand new facility! Junior Achievement gives young people the knowledge and skills they need to...
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Senator Young Continues Call for Economic Pressure on China

September 25, 2019
Senator Young Continues Call for Economic Pressure on China

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) Wednesday discussed China’s predatory economic practices during the weekly Senate GOP press conference. “The time has well passed for all of China’s trading partners to play a constructive part in correcting China’s predatory economic practices,” said Senator Young. “They need to join us. Each has to do their part so...
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