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Lakeville Man Arrested On Drug Charges

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February 19, 2020
Lakeville Man Arrested On Drug Charges

  On Tuesday, February 18th at approximately 6:37 P.M. Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle parked in the Shell Station parking lot. The passenger of the vehicle identified as 33 year old, Brandon M. Bettcher of Lakeville was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall...
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Miller’s Assisted Living: Afghan Raffle To Benefit Jaisyn Reese

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February 19, 2020
Miller’s Assisted Living: Afghan Raffle To Benefit Jaisyn Reese

Thirteen year old Jaisyn Reese is a7th grader at Plymouth’s Lincoln Junior High School and he has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. He is the son of Emanuel and Angie Reese of Plymouth.  Emanuel is a Miller’s employee where he began working at the Plymouth Campus and now works at Syracuse. Jaisyn...
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Traffic Stop Lands South Bend Man In Jail

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February 19, 2020
Traffic Stop Lands South Bend Man In Jail

On Tuesday, February 18th at approximately 8:00 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Beatty conducted a traffic stop at Dickson Street and Gilmore Street for a moving violation. During the course of the investigation of the traffic stop 22 year old, Jerrell J. Wright of South Bend was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall...
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2020 PCSC Kindergarten Roundup Registration March 17

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February 19, 2020
2020 PCSC Kindergarten Roundup Registration March 17

Plymouth Community School Corporation will host the 2020 Kindergarten Roundup on Tuesday, March 17, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at each of our four elementary schools. During the event, parents will meet with administrators and fill out registration forms while the children meet with teachers for kindergarten screening. In order to be eligible for...
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MISHLER CONGRATULATES BREMEN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM

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February 19, 2020
MISHLER CONGRATULATES BREMEN HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL TEAM

State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen, podium) congratulates members and coaches of Bremen High School’s softball team on winning the 2019 Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Class 2A state championship title with Senate Concurrent Resolution 31. Led by head coach Mike Huppert (far right), the Lady Lions finished the season with a 29-2 record, a 17-game winning...
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Pokagon Band Contributes $860,000 To the City of South Bend and Local Non-Profit Organizations

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February 19, 2020
Pokagon Band Contributes $860,000 To the City of South Bend and Local Non-Profit Organizations

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi is pleased to announce that it presented checks totaling $860,000 to South Bend Mayor James Mueller and representatives from several area non-profits today at a ceremony at Four Winds South Bend. This annual contribution is part of a voluntary local agreement between the Pokagon Band and the City of...
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AG Curtis Hill Encourages U.S. Department Of Education To Protect Religious Liberties

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February 19, 2020
AG Curtis Hill Encourages U.S. Department Of Education To Protect Religious Liberties

Attorney General Curtis Hill on Tuesday submitted comments to U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos supporting a proposed rule aimed at ensuring the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) adequately protects the religious liberties of students, teachers and faith-based institutions. The DOE’s proposed rule follows President Trump’s issuance of Executive Order 13831, which seeks to...
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Miller’s Assisted Living Residents Participate In Valentine Day Happy Hour

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February 19, 2020
Miller’s Assisted Living Residents Participate In Valentine Day Happy Hour

All residents were invited to a Valentine Day Happy Hour on Friday, February 14th by the Miller’s Assisted Living Activity Director, Cindy Flagg and Volunteer Staff.  The dietary department served a homemade red wine cheeseball and crackers.  The group played Valentine Trivia, told stories of how they met their spouse, and several received flower...
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Pilgrims vs. Penn

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February 19, 2020


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What’s Your Opinion 2-18-20 (Commissioner Kevin Overmyer)

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February 19, 2020


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Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark

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February 19, 2020
Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark

Manikowski breaks 1,000 point mark ARGOS – In Indiana high school basketball, one milestone stands out. Senior guard Sam Manikowski hit a pair of free throws right before the half of the Dragons game with South Central to score his 1000th career point. The son of Joe and Lauri Manikowski, Sam has been a...
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Cubs food feud final five voting now open

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February 19, 2020

Cubs food feud final five voting now open Fans can vote for their favorite with the winning recipe being added to the Four Winds Field 2020 concessions menu. SOUTH BEND – Nearly 100 entries were submitted in the first South Bend Cubs Food Feud. But now that list has been narrowed down to the...
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What’s Your Opinion 2-19-20 (Operation Quiet Comfort)

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February 19, 2020


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South Bend Cubs announce 2020 weekly promotional schedule

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February 19, 2020

South Bend Cubs announce 2020 weekly promotional schedule SOUTH BEND — Opening Night at Four Winds Field is exactly 50 days away and today South Bend Cubs have announced their Weekly Promotional Schedule so fans can plan their 2020 seasons. Off the success of last year’s addition to the lineup, Dog Day Monday and...
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Commissioners Supportive of Creating a County Park Board

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February 18, 2020
Commissioners Supportive of Creating a County Park Board

The Marshall County Commissioners were asked to consider creating a countywide park board during their meeting on Monday. Marshall County Circuit Judge Curt Palmer and County Clerk Deb VanDeMark, both appeared before the commissioners but as county citizens, not in their official capacity.  VanDeMark said there’s been a lot of movement in the county...
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Operation Round Up Donates $3,500 To Local Organizations

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February 18, 2020
Operation Round Up Donates $3,500 To Local Organizations

On Tuesday, February 11th, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded $3,500 to two organizations. The Bread of Life Community Food Pantry received funding to help with the installation of a phase converter to upgrade their current electrical system, allowing them to put in a walk-in freezer. The Bread of Life Food...
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Commissioners Impose 1-year Moratorium on Solar Farms

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February 18, 2020
Commissioners Impose 1-year Moratorium on Solar Farms

The Marshall County Commissioners imposed a moratorium on the development of Solar Farms on property within the county during their meeting Monday. While the current zoning ordinance was approved in 2007 and revised in 2017 to add solar energy system standards, there was no consideration for Solar Farms which would be greater than 10...
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Plymouth Man Arrested On Battery Charges

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February 18, 2020
Plymouth Man Arrested On Battery Charges

On Sunday, February 16th at approximately 12:48 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Emenhiser was dispatched to the 700 block of Oakhill Avenue for a report of a domestic battery. During the course of the investigation that 42 year old, Jorge A. Meda of Plymouth had battered a female victim. Meda was taken into custody and...
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Jordan Honors Bremen Softball Team For State Championship Title

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February 18, 2020
Jordan Honors Bremen Softball Team For State Championship Title

State Representative Jack Jordan (R-Bremen) today honored the Bremen High School Softball team on their 2019 state championship at the Statehouse. After a 29-2 season and earning the school’s first-ever conference title in any sport, the Lady Lions beat Tecumseh High School for the IHSAA Class 2A State Championship. “Bremen High is the smallest...
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PCSC Project Based Learning Applications Now Open

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February 18, 2020
PCSC Project Based Learning Applications Now Open

Applications for Project Based Learning classroom environments at Plymouth Community School Corporation for the 2020-2021 school year are open and available on the Plymouth Community School Corporation website www.plymouth.k12.in.us/about/pbl-application. Washington Discovery Academy – (grades K-4), Innovation Academy @ Riverside – (grades 5-6), Innovation Academy @ Lincoln – (grades 7-8) and Weidner School of Inquiry...
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