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Archive for October, 2019

Henry A. Hudon age 92, of Plymouth

October 2, 2019

For complete details click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Brett Wiscons “Late Bloomer” single and U.S. tour 2019

October 2, 2019
Brett Wiscons “Late Bloomer” single and U.S. tour 2019

Brett Wiscons “Late Bloomer” single and U.S. tour 2019 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Indiana singer, songwriter and author Brett Wiscons has announced his brand new single “Late Bloomer” will be released on Nov. 1. To celebrate, he’ll be heading out on tour starting Oct. 2. He wrote the new track with his producer Thom Daugherty...
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City Plan Commission Approves Re-plat for Habitat for Humanity Homes

October 1, 2019
City Plan Commission Approves Re-plat for Habitat for Humanity Homes

Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County will have the opportunity to build three new homes in Plymouth thanks to last night’s action of the Plymouth Plan Commission. The home, which set on two lots at 718 Pearl Street was destroyed by fire in December of 2017.  Habitat has acquired the property and asked the...
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REES Theatre Committee Seeking Saturday Volunteers for Grunt Work

October 1, 2019
REES Theatre Committee Seeking Saturday Volunteers for Grunt Work

The REES Theatre committee is in need your help and that of a spouse, child, friend or co-worker. They have selected three Saturdays in October to accomplish some grunt work in preparation for Phase 3 work that is currently underway and will be completed this fall as well work that will be completed in...
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City BZA Approves Variance for New Song Church

October 1, 2019
City BZA Approves Variance for New Song Church

Members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals approved a variance of development standard for the New Life Church at 1292 Baker Street last night. About a half-a-dozen times each year the church experiences an overflow of their current parking lot.  The church wants to create an overflow parking lot of 32 spaces to...
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Ancilla College Hosts Marshall County Promise Students

October 1, 2019
Ancilla College Hosts Marshall County Promise Students

For the fourth year, Marshall County Kindergarten and 1st grade students participated in the Marshall County Promise event “Walk into My Future” at Ancilla College. The program exposes students to college with the goal of parents starting to save for their child’s college education at an earlier age. This year, over 1,300 students from...
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Elkhart Man Arrested by County Police for Disorderly Conduct and Public Intox.

October 1, 2019
Elkhart Man Arrested by County Police for Disorderly Conduct and Public Intox.

  Just before 11 p.m. Monday, September 30th a resident in the 3600 block of 4th Road in Bremen called the Marshall County Police Department and reported that an unknown male subject was pounding on their door.  When Officer Ayala with Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to the address he located 28 year old...
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Indiana Volunteer Firefighter’s Assoc. and Ivy Tech Free Education Opportunity

October 1, 2019
Indiana Volunteer Firefighter’s Assoc. and Ivy Tech Free Education Opportunity

The Indiana Volunteer Firefighter’s Association and Ivy Tech have partnered to give volunteer first responders across the State of Indiana the chance to get a two-year degree at no charge. Earlier this year, House Bill 1064, authored by State Representative Randy Frye, established that a public safety officer may be eligible for a scholarship...
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Walorski Leads 67 House Republicans in Calling on DOJ to Assist Investigation Into Discovery of Fetal Remains

October 1, 2019
Walorski Leads 67 House Republicans in Calling on DOJ to Assist Investigation Into Discovery of Fetal Remains

U.S. Representatives Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) and Jim Banks (R-Ind.), along with 65 of their House Republican colleagues, Tuesday called on the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide any assistance requested by state authorities in investigating the discovery of human fetal remains on the property of Indiana abortionist Ulrich “George” Klopfer, and to open...
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Velvety-Voiced, Singer Songwriter, Caroline Cotter, To Appear on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

October 1, 2019
Velvety-Voiced, Singer Songwriter, Caroline Cotter,  To Appear on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

This Saturday, October 5th, at noon on WTCA 106.1 FM and 1050 AM, the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour will feature the remarkably intimate and prayerful song-styling of Maine songwriter, Caroline Cotter.  Cotter’s voice has been compared to “crushed velvet against a cheek,” and, “a short sip of bourbon under the tongue—warm and bright!”, and...
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Rockies hold at #8 in IFCA poll, Concord at #5

October 1, 2019

INDIANAPOLIS – The IFCA football poll is out and local teams find themselves in the top 10 again this week. Plymouth’s Rockies find themselves holding at #8 in the coaches poll in class 4A and NorthWood is just outside of the top ten at #11. This week’s Plymouth opponent undefeated Concord pulls in at...
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Plymouth Republican Committee Picnic – with Special Guest Jackie Walorski

October 1, 2019
Plymouth Republican Committee Picnic – with Special Guest Jackie Walorski

The Plymouth Republican Committee is holding a Family Picnic In the Park on Saturday, October 12, from 4:00 till 7:00 p.m., at Price’s Memorial Pond, 205 Plymouth-Goshen Trail in Plymouth. Join Mayor Mark Senter, Clerk-Treasurer Jeanine Xaver, Councilmen Don Ecker, Duane Culp, Randy Longanecker, and Bill Walters, and Council Candidates Linda Secor, Greg Compton, and...
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FAFSA Opens October 1st For 2020-2021 School Year

October 1, 2019
FAFSA Opens October 1st For 2020-2021 School Year

Hoosier students and families are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is now open for the 2020-2021 school year. With over $350 million in state financial aid available, as well as billions of dollars in federal aid, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education reminds Hoosiers it is more important...
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What’s Your Opinion 10-1-19 (Ounce of Prevention)

October 1, 2019


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Plymouth Couple Missing have been Located

October 1, 2019
Plymouth Couple Missing have been Located

Police say a missing Plymouth couple, both 80-years-old, who got lost on a day trip to Chicago on Saturday have been safely located. Family members reported William and Jane Wallace missing Sunday evening when they did not return home to their Plymouth home. The pair was spotted in Janesville, Wisconsin on Saturday evening when...
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