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Archive for December, 2019

2020 United Way Give and Golf Cards Available

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December 29, 2019

  United Way of Marshall County is once again selling Give and Golf Cards for the 2020 golf season.  The $60 donation to United Way of Marshall County gives golfers six rounds (two per location) at the following courses:  The Golf Club at Swan Lake Resort, Pretty Lake Golf Club and Woodbury Golf Course. ...
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Commissioner’s Final Meeting of 2019 Scheduled for Tuesday at 8:30

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December 29, 2019
Commissioner’s Final Meeting of 2019 Scheduled for Tuesday at 8:30

The Marshall County Commissioners will convene for the last meeting of 2019 on Tuesday, December 31st. Agenda for the meeting includes the Auditor’s report, approval of minutes from the last meeting, approval of the final claims for 2019, acceptance of the annual compliance of nepotism and contracting disclosures.  Also on the agenda is Commissioner...
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Rockies compete at Al Smith Invite

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December 29, 2019

Rockies compete at Al Smith Invite MISHAWAKA — The Plymouth Rockie Wrestlers competed at the Al Smith Smith Invitational over the weekend. The two-day event was the 42nd Annual that hosts a total of 32 teams. It is comparable to the IHSAA State tournament finals held at the end of the year because elite teams...
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LaVille Wrestling Team competes at Michigan City Super Dual

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December 29, 2019

LaVille Wrestling Team competes at Michigan City Super Dual MICHIGAN CITY — The Lancers traveled to Michigan City on Saturday, December 28th to compete at the Michigan City Super Dual. The team had a tough day due to some unfortunate illnesses on the team and finished the day going 2-3. The day started with a...
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Bremen swimmers fall at New Prairie

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December 29, 2019

Bremen swimmers fall at New Prairie NEW CARLISLE — New Prairie swept Bremen’s swimmers in an NIC match with the boys winning 123-62 and the girls beating Bremen 130-47. The Bremen boys swim and dive team recorded 11 lifetime personal bests against New Prairie Saturday morning to bring the season total to 98 PRs. Luke...
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Triton Scholars Giveback for the Holiday

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December 28, 2019
Triton Scholars Giveback for the Holiday

Triton Scholars took time out of their Sunday last week, (December 22nd) to bless others and live out the Trojan Way. Mr. and Mrs. Arveson planned a service day where Trojan wrestlers wrapped presents for the seniors at the Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth. Everyone then had the opportunity to visit residents and give...
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State parks to offer First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day

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December 28, 2019

Usher in 2020 with other outdoor lovers at one of the many First Day Hikes offered January 1st at Indiana’s state parks. First Day Hikes are a healthy way to start the new year and provide a chance to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature and connect with friends. Information on First Day events in...
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Byers Sworn in for Bourbon Town Council

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December 28, 2019
Byers Sworn in for Bourbon Town Council

Ward Byers was recently sworn in by Judge Robert Bowen, Marshall Superior Court 1. Byers will serve as Bourbon Town Council Member at Large beginning January 1st.
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Wanted Man is Apprehended After Leading ISP Troopers on a 12 Minute Vehicle Pursuit

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December 28, 2019
Wanted Man is Apprehended After Leading ISP Troopers on a 12 Minute Vehicle Pursuit

At 11:10 pm on December 26, ISP Trooper Derek Rine was patrolling in Fulton County when he observed a white 2011 Jeep Patriot driving northbound on CR 850 W at a high rate of speed.  Trooper Rine observed the Jeep turn onto CR 600 N without coming to a stop at the stop sign. ...
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Coaches Corner 12-28-19

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December 28, 2019


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Pilgrims vs. Riley

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December 28, 2019


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Riley overpowers Pilgrims

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December 27, 2019
Riley overpowers Pilgrims

PLYMOUTH — Riley’s Wildcats spoiled a festive night at Plymouth beating the Pilgrims by a 55-36 final. Before the game friends, family, former players and administrators paid tribute to Plymouth Assistant AD John Scott for his years of service to Plymouth athletics. Scott will be retiring on Jan. 2. That was about all the...
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Scott honored by PHS

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December 27, 2019
Scott honored by PHS

Plymouth Assistant AD John Scott was honored before the game by friends, family, former players and administrators as he will retire on Jan. 2. Here current AD Michael Delp awards him with a plaque and other gifts before last night’s game at Plymouth.
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Warsaw Man Arrested for Dealing Meth by County Police

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December 26, 2019
Warsaw Man Arrested for Dealing Meth by County Police

On Friday night, December 20th Marshall County Police  Officers working patrol in the area of US 31 and 12th Road observed a vehicle traveling southbound exceeding the speed limit. Officer J. Gorny initiated a traffic stop in the area of US 31 south and 18th Road on a 2001 Ford Escort. During the investigation...
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Stouder Arrested on $50,000 Cash Bond

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December 26, 2019
Stouder Arrested on $50,000 Cash Bond

On Saturday, December 21, at approximately 1:30 in the morning, Marshall County Sheriff`s Department Deputy Bennett conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle in the area of US 30 and Hawthorn Road. The driver was identified as 34 year old Cheyne Stouder of Bourbon. During the traffic stop suspected marijuana, illegal psilocybin mushrooms, controlled...
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Local Boy Scouts & American Legion Help Families at Christmas

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December 26, 2019
Local Boy Scouts & American Legion Help Families at Christmas

Plymouth Boy Scout Troop 251 helped adopted five families for the Christmas season. They held a fundraising meal on December 8, in partnership with Plymouth American Legion #27. Troop 251 and American Legion #27 adopted 5 families with a total of 15 kids. The meal raised over $2,200 that went to purchase gifts, canned...
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Indiana becomes one of the first states to receive federal approval to expand Medicaid treatment for Hoosiers with serious mental illnesses

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December 26, 2019
Indiana becomes one of the first states to receive federal approval to expand Medicaid treatment for Hoosiers with serious mental illnesses

Monday, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced the federal approval of a Medicaid waiver that will offer new hope to thousands of Hoosiers suffering from serious mental illnesses. The waiver, approved by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services late last week, gives Indiana Medicaid the authority to pay for acute inpatient...
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Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Thursday Morning Crash

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December 26, 2019
Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Thursday Morning Crash

Shortly before 11:30 AM Thursday, December 26th, K-County emergency personnel were dispatched to the intersection of Packerton Road and 400 S for a reported collision. It was determined that a red 2007 Dodge Journey driven by Nicole Smith, 36, of Pierceton had been traveling northbound on Packerton Rd, approaching 400 S, prior to the...
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Miller’s Annual; RED & GREEN Party Winners announced

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December 26, 2019
Miller’s Annual; RED & GREEN Party Winners announced

Residents, family, staff and volunteers of Miller’s Assisted Living Facility held their Annual RED & GREEN Party on Christmas Eve during the afternoon.  Finger foods were provided by dietary staff and volunteers.  Each resident received a gift and a box of chocolates generously provided a community member and a family member.  Mrs. Claus (Becky...
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Gov. Holcomb signs 2020 Indiana Residential Building Code

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December 26, 2019
Gov. Holcomb signs 2020 Indiana Residential Building Code

Hoosier homes built under the new 2020 Indiana Residential Code will not only be safer for residents, but also firefighting personnel, according to Shad Paul, incoming president of the Indiana Association of Building Officials (IABO). The new building code, signed by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on November 26th, is based on the 2018 ICC...
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