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Heckaman scores three firsts on senior night

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January 28, 2020
Heckaman scores three firsts on senior night

PLYMOUTH — PHS gymnastics defeated West Noble by a score of 99.8 to 76.5. Raven White scored 30.15 as an individual for Bremen.   It was Senior Night for Kyla Heckaman, Plymouth’s lone senior this season. In her last home meet, Heckaman placed first on the vault, beam, and floor, second on the bars and first...
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Red Storm 7th gets win

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January 28, 2020

Red Storm 7th gets win PLYMOUTH — The seventh grade Lady Red Storm faced a strong aggressive opponent in New Prairie Monday night. The ladies played well under pressure and came out victorious with a 34-19 win. Sophie Miller was strong under the basket and compiled 13 points for the Lady Red Storm. Brooke...
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Lincoln beats NP

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January 28, 2020

Lincoln beats NP PLYMOUTH — The eighth grade Lady Red Storm moved to 2-0 on the season after earning a tough 31-27 win over New Prairie. Some early foul trouble in the first quarter and a minor injury in the second quarter were cause for concern in the first half but the girls handled...
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Seventh gets win over NorthWood

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January 28, 2020

Seventh gets win over NorthWood NAPPANEE — After fighting a very tough and aggressive Northwood team, the Red Storm ladies were successful with a 17-15 win. All nine players saw the court for playing time. Adisyn Huff led the B squad with 6 points. Aubrey Rivera was right behind contributing 5 points. The Lady Red...
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Lincoln 8th beats NW 21-20

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January 28, 2020

Lincoln 8th beats NW 21-20 PLYMOUTH — The eighth grade Lady Red Storm B-team kicked off its season with a thrilling 21-20 win over NorthWood. The Lady Red Storm came out strong in the first quarter but some unfortunate missed shots, would lead to the Lady Red Storm only scoring one point in the second...
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Plymouth girls get senior night win

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January 28, 2020

Plymouth girls get senior night win PLYMOUTH — For the first time in a long time, Plymouth had Senior Night at its own pool on Monday night. The Plymouth girls came away with a win 117-64. It was the final regular girls meet of the season as sectionals begin next week, with prelims on...
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Bremen girls lose to Marian

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January 28, 2020

Bremen girls lose to Marian BREMEN — The Bremen girl’s basketball team fell to a red hot Mishawaka Marian team 70-39. With the loss, Bremen falls to 15-7 and 7-4 in the NIC. Leading the way for the Lady Lions was Ellia Foster with 24 points. Erin Coffel had 9. Bremen will wrap up the...
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Argos runs past Lakeland Christian

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January 28, 2020

Argos runs past Lakeland Christian ARGOS — The Argos Dragons used a stifling second-half defense to take a big win over Lakeland Christian by a 55-37 final. Owen Nifong went off for 21 points to lead the Dragons. Sam Manikowski had 15 and Dylan Kindig 10. Colman Fishburn led the JV with 16 points...
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Glenn takes tough NIC loss

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January 28, 2020

Glenn takes tough NIC loss WALKERTON — Glenn fell short in an NIC contest at home to a hot shooting Washington squad dropping an 83-70 decision. Glenn showed great offensive balance but a rough stretch at the end of the first half doomed the home team. Glenn was led by Brycen Hannah’s 19. Khori Barker...
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UPDATE 1-29-20 4 P.M. Special Culver Town Meeting on East Shore Corp. Sewer Contract

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January 28, 2020
UPDATE 1-29-20 4 P.M.  Special Culver Town Meeting on East Shore Corp. Sewer Contract

This meeting has been cancelled! The Culver Town Council will conduct a special meeting on Thursday, January 30th at 5:30.  The special meeting has been called for the purpose of addressing the East Shore Corporation sewer contract. The meeting will be held in the Culver Town Hall at 200 East Washington Street.  The meeting...
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Minor Damage at Structure Fire on Bayless Street

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January 28, 2020
Minor Damage at Structure Fire on Bayless Street

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a structure fire Monday evening about 6:10 at 715 Bayless Street.  According to the Marshall County GIS, the home’s deeded owner is John and Essie Hull. Fire Chief Rod Miller said an electric cord in the attached garage shorted out and caused very minor fire damage.  He said...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests to Seek Quotes for Vehicles

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January 28, 2020
Plymouth Board of Public Works Approves Requests to Seek Quotes for Vehicles

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety granted permission to Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt to seek quotes for two vehicles in his 2020 budget.  Marquardt has a new three-quarter ton, 4-wheel drive, cab and a half pick-up truck and a 4500 series dump truck chassis planned for this year. Mike Collins from Oak...
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Jordan’s Bill Providing Flexibility for Schools, Streamlining Teacher Training Heads to Senate

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January 28, 2020
Jordan’s Bill Providing Flexibility for Schools, Streamlining Teacher Training Heads to Senate

The House of Representatives advanced State Representative Jack Jordan’s (R-Bremen) legislation on Tuesday supporting local schools by adding flexibility and easing mandates. Jordan said many educators and schools throughout the state have expressed concerns regarding the number of regulations. Under Jordan’s legislation, local schools would be empowered to identify which education laws and requirements...
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Chamber of Commerce Urges Participation in Leadercast 2020

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January 28, 2020
Chamber of Commerce Urges Participation in Leadercast 2020

Make plans to attend Leadercast 2020 on Thursday, May 7th at New Song Church in Plymouth. “Learn from change-makers, trailblazers and innovators during the world’s largest one-day leadership event, Leadercast Live. Discover how to upset the status quo to incite positive change that will echo throughout your organization,” Source Leadercast.com. Scheduled to speak for...
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Senator Donato: Reducing Government Debt

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January 28, 2020
Senator Donato:  Reducing Government Debt

This session, Senator Stacey Donato authored Senate Bill 266, which would require the Indiana Department of Education to evaluate state teacher training requirements and report their recommendations for streamlining, combining and reducing teacher training requirements to the Indiana General Assembly. Senator Donato said, “I believe an educator’s job is to teach. It is important for the...
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AG Curtis Hill: State Trooper Who Fired Fatal Shots was Doing the Job Entrusted to Him

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January 28, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: State Trooper Who Fired Fatal Shots was Doing the Job Entrusted to Him

Attorney General Curtis Hill expressed satisfaction Tuesday with a federal jury’s finding that an Indiana state trooper was justified when he fatally shot a suspect in 2015. “As compassionate people, we always regret the loss of human life in police-action shootings,” Attorney General Hill said. “At the same time, we appreciate the jury’s correct...
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Blood Drive Saturday at Plymouth Fire Department

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January 28, 2020
Blood Drive Saturday at Plymouth Fire Department

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is asking residents to Share LOVE and Donate BLOOD! You are the perfect match for someone who needs your blood type!  Please join others from Plymouth for a Blood Drive at the Plymouth Fire Station sponsored by the Mayor’s Office this Saturday, February 1st from 8am-12pm. For an appointment click  HERE or call 574-936-6717.
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Reps. Walorski and Brady Op-Ed: Build on the Momentum for Paid Leave

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January 28, 2020
Reps. Walorski and Brady Op-Ed: Build on the Momentum for Paid Leave

Families have been the biggest winners in the Trump economy, with more jobs and higher wages, particularly for women. But, working parents shouldn’t have to choose between financial security and keeping their families strong. They should be able to do both. That’s why greater access to paid family leave is smart pro-family, pro-growth policy....
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Leadership Training Course Taking Place in Culver

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January 28, 2020

Marshall County Economic Development Corporation and Ancilla College are collaborating to offer a Team Performance leadership course.   This program is being presented by David Stauffer of Ancilla College at the Culver Union Township Library on Tuesday Jan. 28 and Wednesday Jan. 29 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.   Team Performance teaches managers...
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AG Curtis Hill: SEC should retain ability to seek financial penalties against fraudsters

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January 28, 2020
AG Curtis Hill: SEC should retain ability to seek financial penalties against fraudsters

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) should retain the authority to ask courts to require defendants to return money obtained by defrauding investors, Attorney General Curtis Hill said in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. The brief, filed by Attorney General Hill and 23 other attorneys general, argues that restricting the SEC from...
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