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IN Attorney General Continues Defending Indiana Law Requiring Parental Notification When Minors Obtain Abortions

September 25, 2019
IN Attorney General Continues Defending Indiana Law Requiring Parental Notification When Minors Obtain Abortions

Attorney General Curtis Hill this week asked the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to rehear a challenge to an Indiana law requiring parental notification when minors obtain abortions. Last month, a three-judge panel of the court upheld a preliminary injunction against the enforcement of Indiana’s parental notice law. In a petition filed Tuesday,...
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Davis F. Jones Jr., 83 of Warsaw, formerly of Plymouth,

September 25, 2019

Click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Pilot News and Yoder’s Sports Center Changing Places

September 24, 2019
Pilot News and Yoder’s Sports Center Changing Places

It’s official the Pilot News and Yoder’s Sports Center are swapping places. During Tuesday’s What’s Your Opinion Show on WTCA, Cindy Stockton, Publisher of the Pilot News and Jeremy and Amanda Price from YSC confirmed the rumors floating around town. The Pilot News will be make a temporary move across the street to the...
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Caucus Set to Fill Umbaugh’s Seat on Argos Town Council

September 24, 2019
Caucus Set to Fill Umbaugh’s Seat on Argos Town Council

Marshall County Republican Party Chairman, David Holmes has set a caucus to fill a vacancy on the Argos Town Council. Last week Suzanne Umbaugh announced that she was resigning her position on the town council immediately. The caucus will be held on Tuesday, October 8th at 5:30 in Republican headquarters at 117 West Water...
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UPDATE: Mexican Restaurant in Plymouth Catches Fire

September 24, 2019
UPDATE:  Mexican Restaurant in Plymouth Catches Fire

The Plymouth Fire Department was dispatched to 2550 North Michigan Street Tuesday afternoon about 3:56 for a fire at Mi Camino Real. Before the fire department arrived on the scene Plymouth Police were able to confirm the fire due to the flames shooting from the roof of the restaurant.  The 911 call confirmed that...
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City Board Of Works Approved Low Bid for Fall Street Projects

September 24, 2019
City Board Of Works Approved Low Bid for Fall Street Projects

Rieth Riley Construction Company from South Bend was awarded the bid for the 2019 Fall Street and Sidewalk Projects by the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. Three companies presented bids for consideration.  E & B Paving Inc. from South Bend had a bid of $536,209.61 while Reith Riley Construction Company...
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Concierge Medicine of Marshall County Discusses Option for County Employees with Commissioners

September 24, 2019
Concierge Medicine of Marshall County Discusses Option for County Employees with Commissioners

Nurse Practitioner, Dan Tanner appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners last with to discuss the possibility of providing services to county employees. Tanner is owner of Concierge Medicine of Marshall County in downtown Plymouth and offers a unique medical practice where his patients pay a flat fee of $40 monthly and can use his...
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IN Author to Discuss Culinary Arts Revitalizing Historic Downtowns

September 24, 2019
IN Author to Discuss Culinary Arts Revitalizing Historic Downtowns

George Schricker from the Wild Rose Moon and Cori Humes from Visit Marshall County will be our guest on Thursday’s What’s Your Opinion Show about 9:30. These two organizations are bringing a special event to downtown Plymouth on Thursday evening and are encouraging the public to come hear a presentation by Author, David Hoppe....
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Potawatomi Park 5K October 5th

September 24, 2019
Potawatomi Park 5K October 5th

You can help Potawatomi Wildlife Park by signing up for their 5K Fun Run/Walk which will be held on Saturday, October 5th. Early registration is available at runsignup.com/Race/IN/Tippecanoe/TheTrailsOfPotawatomi5KFunRunWalk. Onsite registration on October 5th runs from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. with the run starting at 3:30 followed by the Fun Walk. Registration is $20...
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Indiana Republican Delegation Urges AG Hill to Ensure Remains Found on Klopfer Property Are Handled According to Indiana Law

September 24, 2019
Indiana Republican Delegation Urges AG Hill to Ensure Remains Found on Klopfer Property Are Handled According to Indiana Law

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) on Monday led Republican members of the Indiana congressional delegation in urging Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill to ensure remains found on the Illinois property of abortionist Dr. Ulrich “George” Klopfer are handled according to Indiana laws requiring dignified disposition of fetal remains. “As you well know, since 2016...
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Triton Gives Back Day a Huge Success

September 24, 2019
Triton Gives Back Day a Huge Success

“Beyond Blessed” were some of the words that came out of the mouths of those who were served during last Friday’s Triton Gives Back Day. “We should do this more often” were some of the words that came out of Triton Scholars mouths on Friday when serving. Over 1000 individuals mobilized for one sole...
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Senators Young and King: Public Actions, Not Private Assurances, Will Help Repair US-Saudi Relations

September 24, 2019
Senators Young and King: Public Actions, Not Private Assurances, Will Help Repair US-Saudi Relations

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Angus King (I-Maine) penned an op-ed for Defense News following their recent congressional delegation visit to Oman, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia. “We recently returned from the first congressional delegation visit to Saudi Arabia in well over a year, where we delivered the kingdom — including Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin...
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Red Cross: Donors of All Blood Types, Races and Ethnicities Needed

September 24, 2019
Red Cross: Donors of All Blood Types, Races and Ethnicities Needed

The American Red Cross urges people of all races and ethnicities to give blood or platelets to help increase the diversity of the blood supply. The vast majority of blood types fall into one of the major blood groups.  However, for patients with rare blood types or those who receive regular blood transfusions, blood...
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Traffic Light at Jefferson and Center

September 23, 2019

Plymouth Street Superintendent, Jim Marquardt addressed the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening on the traffic light issue at East Jefferson and Center Streets. Marquardt said the controller is out and the cost to install a new controller, replace the light-heads like the city has done with several other lights and replace...
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Crash On US 31 Sends One To The Hospital

September 23, 2019
Crash On US 31 Sends One To The Hospital

A crash on US 31 near 13th Road sent a Summit Argo, IL man to the hospital with serious injuries this afternoon. This afternoon, around 3:38 p.m., Indiana State Police Trooper Ben Ennis responded to a crash between a semi and a passenger car in the northbound lanes of US 31 near 13th Road. Preliminary investigation...
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Busy week for LJH

September 23, 2019

Busy week for LJH PLYMOUTH – The Lincoln Jr. High cross country team had three meets this past week. On Monday, LJH traveled to Warsaw to face Lakeview and Bremen. The girls and boys edged out wins against both. The team had a total of 14 PR’s (personal records) that night. Scoring for LJH...
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PHS boys place 2nd

September 23, 2019

PHS boys place 2nd NEW CARLISLE – The Plymouth boys cross country team finished second out of 30 teams in Class AA at the huge New Prairie Invitational. Five Pilgrims earned individual awards: Konnor Ray (5th overall), Robby Richards (21st), Jonah Howard (22nd), David Schadek (33rd), and Trey Hall (38th). The Lady Pilgrims were...
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Lincoln seventh takes two

September 23, 2019

Lincoln seventh takes two PLYMOUTH — Plymouth’s seventh grade volleyball team came out on top of their last two contests. Both 7th grade teams were victorious against Knox by finals of 25-7, 25-10 in match one and then taking match 25-10, 25-8. On Monday Lincoln defeated Tippy Valley 20-25, 25-14, 15-11.
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Rockies pick up NLC win

September 23, 2019

Rockies pick up NLC win PLYMOUTH — The Rockie JV Football team picked up a good NLC win Saturday morning at The Rockpile over Elkhart Memorial 21-14. Elkhart Memorial picked up the opening touchdown of the game in the first quarter. But the Rockies would answer soon after as a Lennon Creighbaum to Payton Daley...
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County Unsafe Building Committee Orders Bourbon Home to Get Running Water or Move out

September 23, 2019
County Unsafe Building Committee Orders Bourbon Home to Get Running Water or Move out

Last week the Marshall County Unsafe Building Committee conducted a hearing on the property at 439 Lincolnway East of Bourbon.  The Marshall County GIS shows the deeded owner as Marjorie Holm while Karen Holm appeared before the committee. On July 23rd of this year the Health Department was called out to do an inspection...
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