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Archive for February, 2020

Plymouth girls advance to the sectional final

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February 7, 2020

Plymouth girls advance to the sectional final WARSAW – The Plymouth Lady Pilgrims had a strong showing on Thursday’s Sectional Prelims at Warsaw Community High School with all 3 relays and 7 individuals advancing to Saturday’s championship meet. Individually, Graci Holm, Marley Houin, and Lizzy Bacon finished in the top eight to advance to...
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Red Storm takes win at Bremen

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February 7, 2020

Red Storm takes win at Bremen BREMEN – The Lincoln eighth Grade Lady Redstorm traveled to Bremen last night to take on the Lady Lions and came away with a 31-18 win. Leading the way in scoring for the Lady Redstorm was Emma Winkle with 11 points. Emma Krupp pitched in nine, Rylee Mann...
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What’s Your Opinion 2-7-20 (Jack Jordan)

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February 7, 2020


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Pilgrims stifled by Goshen

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February 6, 2020

GOSHEN — A chilly night in Goshen was made chillier by the Red Hawks as Plymouth dropped a 44-27 NLC decision. Plymouth could manage just eight points in the first half and could never overcome the Goshen lead. “They are playing some really good basketball,” said Plymouth coach Ryan Bales. “They’ve gotten hot at...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Construction Project

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February 6, 2020
Plymouth School Board Updated on LJH Construction Project

Plymouth School Corporation Superintendent Andy Hartley presented some pictures of the progress of the building project at the new Lincoln Junior High School. Derek Anderson, Project Manager from Skillman Corporation was unable to attend the meeting but had a report for the school board. The kitchen equipment has arrived and is being installed and...
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County Attorney Updates Commissioners On Solar Amendments

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February 6, 2020
County Attorney Updates Commissioners On Solar Amendments

During Monday’s County Commissioner meeting, County Attorney Jim Clevenger updated members on the amendments to the Solar Energy Ordinance. Clevenger will meet next week with Plan Director Ty Adley and Plan Commission counsel, Derek Jones to discuss zoning amendment regulations for small, residential systems and to discuss regulations for larger, commercial solar farm systems....
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Bourbon Teen Vying for State Title

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February 6, 2020
Bourbon Teen Vying for State Title

Triton High School senior and Distinguished Young Woman of Triton, Whytnie Miller, will travel to Kokomo on February 9th where she will prepare to compete for the 2020 title of Distinguished Young Woman of Indiana on February 13, 14, and 15. Miller and 23 other high school senior girls from across the state will...
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Plymouth School Board Adopts Deadline to Accept Transfer Students

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February 6, 2020
Plymouth School Board Adopts Deadline to Accept Transfer Students

The Plymouth Community School Board adopted deadlines for students being accepted into the Plymouth system from out of the district during their meeting on Tuesday, February 4th. Board President Todd Samuelson said they accept students until the end of the school year; however, the state requires that they adopt deadlines. The deadline submitted to...
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Elswick Arrested On Battery Charges With Three Active Warrants

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February 6, 2020
Elswick Arrested On Battery Charges With Three Active Warrants

On Thursday, February 6th at approximately 5:45 in the morning,  officers from the Marshall County Police Department and the Bremen Police Department responded to the Sea Lane Apartments at Lake of the Woods for a domestic dispute. Arriving at the scene it was found that the suspect, 41 year old Gabriel R. Elswick of...
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Vet to Vet Cafe Meets At Miller’s

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February 6, 2020
Vet to Vet Cafe Meets At Miller’s

The veterans living at Miller’s Assisted Living met Wednesday morning for their monthly Vet to Vet Café hosted by The Center for Hospice Care with Mike Stack leading the group.  Miller’s Volunteer Hal Scott poured coffee while Stack, Hospice Community Liaison served mini eclairs for snack.  Stack also introduced Sarah Young the newest Center...
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Access Pass Provides Fun and Learning at Greatly Reduced Cost at Multiple Attractions

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February 6, 2020
Access Pass Provides Fun and Learning at Greatly Reduced Cost at Multiple Attractions

Families on a fixed or lower income often can’t afford to visit museums or attractions. The Access Pass presented by GEICO can help because it ensures that all families, regardless of income, can enjoy valuable learning opportunities at a greatly reduced price. Those who qualify through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program...
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INDIANA TAKES ACTION TO ADDRESS NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

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February 6, 2020
INDIANA TAKES ACTION TO ADDRESS NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is leading the state’s efforts to educate Hoosiers about the 2019 novel coronavirus that originated in China, ensuring that the public, healthcare providers and local health departments have the latest information available to keep themselves and their communities healthy. “There continues to be no confirmed cases of...
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State’s Oldest Employee Retires at age 102

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February 6, 2020
State’s Oldest Employee Retires at age 102

          Chief surveyor Bob Vollmer, age 102, left the Indiana Government Center South as an employee for the last time this morning. He worked for the Department of Natural Resources 57 years, mostly in the field or out of his home office in Brown County. Vollmer exited the building after...
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UNIT Arrests Couple On Dealing Charges

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February 6, 2020
UNIT Arrests Couple On Dealing Charges

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Undercover Narcotics Team Arrest Two On Dealing Marijuana Charges

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February 6, 2020
Undercover Narcotics Team Arrest Two On Dealing Marijuana Charges

On Tuesday, February 4th at approximately 1:30 P.M. Officers from the Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team (Unit)  assisted by the Indiana State Police Swat Team, the Plymouth Police Department and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant at 1013 North Michigan Street in Plymouth. During the search Officers located over 10 ounces of...
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What’s Your Opinion 2-6-20 (Genealogy)

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February 6, 2020


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Dee Kelly, 71, from Plymouth

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February 6, 2020
Dee Kelly, 71, from Plymouth

With her family near her side, Deloris J. Kelley, 71, moved to her heavenly home to meet her Savior, in the early morning of Sunday, January 26, 2020.         Born in Argos, Indiana on March 18, 1948, Dee was the daughter of H.W. and Nellie E. (Carpenter) Hunter. She graduated from Plymouth...
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Ida Hardin Chipman, 89, from Plymouth

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February 5, 2020
Ida Hardin Chipman, 89, from Plymouth

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Plymouth School Board Approves Hiring of Two Additional Elementary Counselors

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February 5, 2020
Plymouth School Board Approves Hiring of Two Additional Elementary Counselors

The Plymouth Schools will be adding two additional counselors at their elementary schools. During the February 4th meeting of the school board, Superintendent Andy Hartley requested permission to hire two certified elementary counselors so every one of the four elementary schools would have a counselor fulltime. Currently the two counselors split their time between...
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Plymouth Park Board Opens Quotes for Pick-Up Truck

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February 5, 2020
Plymouth Park Board Opens Quotes for Pick-Up Truck

Members of the Plymouth Park Board opened three quotes for a new pick-up truck during their meeting Monday evening. City Attorney Sean Surrisi opened the bids and presented the information to the board. Auto Park Buick GMC quoted a 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 regular cab, long bed, 4-wheel drive.  The manufactures suggested retail price...
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