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Archive for February, 2020

Lady Pilgrims vs. CGA

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February 3, 2020


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“Soft Launch” for PRIDE Cards Conducted by La Casa de Amistad Friday Evening

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February 2, 2020
“Soft Launch” for PRIDE Cards Conducted by La Casa de Amistad Friday Evening

Friday evening a “soft launch” of the PRIDE (Plymouth Resident Identification Endorsement) ID Card was held at Plymouth High School with several invited dignitaries and a few wanting to apply for the new ID card. Juan Constantino, Development Coordinator of La Casa de Amistad said the PRIDE Card is an identification card that will...
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County Health Board Discusses Resignations

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February 2, 2020
County Health Board Discusses Resignations

Last week members of the Marshall County Board of Health met with Health Officer Dr. Byron Holm for their quarterly meeting. Dr. Holm told the board he has meet with and interviewed two individuals interested in filling the vacancy of Administrator.  Current Administrator Christine Stinson tendered her resignation on January 21st.  Stinson’s last day...
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Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning at 8:30

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February 2, 2020
Commissioners Meeting Monday Morning at 8:30

The Marshall County Commissioners have a short agenda for their meeting Monday morning at 8:30. County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters will report to the commissioners as will Linda Rippy, Director of the Marshall County Museum.  Rippy will present her quarterly report. County Sheriff Matt Hassel will request permission to apply for two grant opportunities,...
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$30K+ Raised at PHS Riley Dance Marathon

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February 2, 2020
$30K+ Raised at PHS Riley Dance Marathon

On Friday, January 31, Plymouth High School hosted the 9th annual Plymouth High School Dance Marathon (PHSDM) benefiting Riley Hospital for Children. PHS students joined together for a 9-hour marathon involving dancing, eating, participating in games and activities, and most importantly, listening to Riley kids share their inspiring stories of hope. This is all...
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Caucus Scheduled for Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board Seat

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February 2, 2020
Caucus Scheduled for Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board Seat

David Holmes Chairman of the Marshall County Republican Party announced Friday a caucus to fill a vacant position for the Tippecanoe Township Trustee Advisory Board. The Caucus will be held at 5:30 P.M. on Monday, February 10th at Marshall County Republican Headquarters located at 117 Water Street in Plymouth.   Republican Precinct representatives of Tippecanoe...
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Ancilla Continues to Work with Local Communities

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February 2, 2020
Ancilla Continues to Work with Local Communities

Ancilla College has added two new key players in their continued efforts to provide more opportunities for students as well as build stronger relationships with the neighboring communities. Jean Wolfe, a lifelong resident of Marshall County, has been added as AncillaWorks Coordinator. Wolfe has served as the Senior Training and Development Manager at Grace...
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American Cancer Society Daffodil Days Fundraiser in Marshall County March 19th

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February 2, 2020
American Cancer Society Daffodil Days Fundraiser in Marshall County March 19th

One of the first flowers of spring id the Daffodil.  It’s also a symbol of Hope. The American Cancer Society will hold Daffodil Day in Marshall County on Thursday, March 19th.  Donations raised help increase funds for the Marshall County Relay for Life in May. Bring a little sunshine and a ray of hope...
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Valerie Farkas Arrested on 16 Counts of Theft

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February 2, 2020
Valerie Farkas Arrested on 16 Counts of Theft

On Friday, January 31st at approximately 6:00 A.M. an Officer with the Culver Police Department arrested 33 year old, Valerie E. Farkas of 10B Road in Plymouth for an active warrant through Marshall County for 16 counts of Theft. According to court documents Farkas, the prior owner of Two Old Crows on West Jefferson...
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Representative Jordan: Legislation Would Stop Surprise Medical Billing

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February 2, 2020
Representative Jordan: Legislation Would Stop Surprise Medical Billing

Surprise medical bills can be incredibly costly, and this issue impacts hundreds, if not thousands of Hoosiers each year. Legislation Representative Jack Jordan supported would prohibit health care providers from billing an in-network patient for amounts exceeding in-network rates, which are usually covered by their insurance. Jordan said, “Surprise billing is when an individual goes...
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Dr. Susan Bardwell Aquatics Center Off to Strong Start

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February 2, 2020
Dr. Susan Bardwell Aquatics Center Off to Strong Start

Marshall County Health and Wellness, Inc. (MCHW) announced today that the new aquatic center on Miller Drive in Plymouth is off to a strong start. “The Dr. Susan Bardwell Aquatic Center has already hosted hundreds of swimmers and several competitive meets and events,” said Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter.  “We’re proud to have worked closely...
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Lady Lancers get HNAC win

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February 2, 2020

Lady Lancers get HNAC win LAKEVILLE, IN. – Allison Medors scored 11 points and hauled down 12 rebounds to lead the varsity girl’s basketball team to a 34-25 Hoosier North Athletic Conference victory over Culver Community Saturday at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium. Medors was crucial as the junior post player scored 10 of LaVille’s...
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Pilgrims night turns sour in loss to Mishawaka

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February 2, 2020

PLYMOUTH — A promising night turned sour for Plymouth’s Pilgrims as they fell to Mishawaka by a 58-50 score. Things couldn’t have been better to open the game for Plymouth. Coming off a demoralizing loss on Friday, it appeared that loss would merely add incentive. The Pilgrims jumped out to a big lead and pretty...
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Red Storm falls to Warsaw in NELMSC

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February 2, 2020

Jr. high basketball Eighth falls to Edgewood in tourney WARSAW — Lincoln faced rival Edgewood in the NELMSC semifinals. Lincoln’s quickness and speed was not enough to overcome a distinct height disadvantage causing them to fall short 45-41. Leading Lincoln in defeat was Coby Walters with 16 points. Caleb Bowling and Jaxon Warner each chipped...
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Glenn finishes fifth in sectional

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February 2, 2020

Glenn finishes fifth in sectional WALKERTON — The Glenn Falcons advanced two wrestlers to next week’s regional at Crown Point. 106 pounder Bentley Whitmer lost in the finals and finished runner up. And Melachi Wright lost his 3rd place match to finish 4th in the 182-pound bracket. Placing for the Falcons were: 106 Bentley Whitmer...
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Bremen boys seventh at NIC

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February 2, 2020

Bremen boys seventh at NIC ELKHART — The Bremen boys swim and dive team placed seventh at the NIC swim and dive meet on Saturday afternoon. Anders Brurok highlighted the day with a 2nd team all-conference swim in the 500 freestyle, placing second with a time of 5:02.86. A. Brurok also placed fifth in the...
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Triton falls in tough overtime HNAC battle

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February 2, 2020

Triton falls in tough overtime HNAC battle BOURBON — Triton’s Trojans fell in an HNAC game to North Judson by a final of 64-54. Ashton Oviedo had 14 points and four assists to lead the Trojans with Tyson Yates adding 11 points and Tyler Heckaman with seven rebounds. •NORTH JUDSON 64, TRITON 54 At Triton...
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Plymouth swimmers sixth at NLC

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February 2, 2020

Plymouth boys sixth at NLC DUNLAP — Plymouth’s boys finished the NLC tournament at Concord with a sixth-place finish. Top individual finisher for Plymouth was Hugh Smith in the breaststroke with a seventh-best time of 1:06.55. Thomas Dolan finished 15th. Fitz Holm had a 12th finish in the backstroke and followed it with a...
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Plymouth gymnasts finish second at Western

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February 2, 2020

Plymouth gymnasts take second-place finish RUSSIAVILLE — Plymouth gymnastics traveled to Russiaville to compete in the Western Invite. Plymouth had a good day placing at least two individuals in the top 8 in each event and three gymnasts in the all-around. As a team, PHS finished 2nd out of nine competing schools. Northwestern won the...
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65 year old John Freyman Glaub, of Plymouth

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February 1, 2020
65 year old John Freyman Glaub, of Plymouth

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