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PHS Announces Boys Basketball Sectional Ticket Sales

February 24, 2020
PHS Announces Boys Basketball Sectional Ticket Sales

The Plymouth High School Athletic Department has announced ticket sales for the Boys Basketball Sectional in LaPorte. All tournament passes for the boys basketball sectional are now available at PHS in the athletic office.  Tickets are $10 each and will be available from 8-4 pm Tuesday, February 25th thru Friday, February 28th.  Please enter...
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LaPaz Man Arrested by County Police for Possession of Meth

February 24, 2020
LaPaz Man Arrested by County Police for Possession of Meth

On Sunday, February 23rd, about 10 minutes till 3 in the morning, Officer Wozniak with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stopped a silver 1999 Chevrolet pickup truck in the area of US 31 and 12th Road. During the course of the traffic stop, a search of the vehicle was completed and officers located methamphetamine....
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Miller’s Hosts Situational Awareness Seminar

February 24, 2020
Miller’s Hosts Situational Awareness Seminar

Dennis Carter of Plymouth recently held a Situational Awareness Seminar at Miller’s Assisted Living Facility. Situational awareness or situation awareness (SA) is the perception of environmental elements and events with respect to time or space, the comprehension of their meaning, and the projection of their future status.  Situational awareness is important to everyone –...
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Be a hero for patients: Donate blood during Red Cross Month

February 24, 2020
Be a hero for patients: Donate blood during Red Cross Month

The American Red Cross urges the public to join its lifesaving mission by giving blood or platelets this March in celebration of Red Cross Month. Donors of all blood types, especially type O, are urgently needed to help ensure blood is available for patients this spring. Every day, thousands of patients depend on blood...
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National Desert Storm War Memorial Association Receives $10 Million Pledge From Kuwait

February 24, 2020
National Desert Storm War Memorial Association Receives $10 Million Pledge From Kuwait

The National Desert Storm War Memorial Association (NDSWM) is pleased to announce Kuwait’s $10 million pledge to help build the National Desert Storm and Desert Shield Memorial. The Ambassador of the State of Kuwait in Washington D.C., H.E. Sheikh Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber AlSabah, expressed Kuwait’s pleasure in contributing $10 million to the National Desert...
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IDHS celebrates first-ever EMA Appreciation Week

February 24, 2020
IDHS celebrates first-ever EMA Appreciation Week

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) celebrates the tireless dedication of the state’s emergency management personnel this week during the first-ever EMA Appreciation Week, Feb. 24-28. “The entire state of Indiana relies on emergency management agencies to help communities and Hoosiers regain a sense of normalcy after a disaster strikes,” said Stephen Cox,...
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Christina (Tia) Corinne Andrews, 16, of Plymouth

February 24, 2020
Christina (Tia) Corinne Andrews, 16, of Plymouth

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Timothy A. Manuwal, 61, of Plymouth

February 24, 2020
Timothy A. Manuwal, 61, of Plymouth

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Plymouth swimmers finish sixth at Sectional

February 24, 2020

Plymouth swimmers finish sixth at Sectional WARSAW – Plymouth’s swim team took a sixth place finish in sectional action at Warsaw on Saturday. Individual Highlights: Cam Riddle – 12th in the 200 free & 8th in the 500 free Gavin Hartle – 7th in the 200 Individual Medley & 11th in the 100 free...
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82 year old Charles M. Ray Jr., former Plymouth elementary principal, died on February 19

February 24, 2020
82 year old Charles M. Ray Jr., former Plymouth elementary principal, died on February 19

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UPDATE: Meeting to be in City Hall, Wear a Coat: Agenda for City Meetings on Monday Evening

February 23, 2020
UPDATE: Meeting to be in City Hall, Wear a Coat:  Agenda for City Meetings on Monday Evening

Awarding quotes for city vehicles tops the Board of Public Works and Safety agenda for Monday’s meeting. During their meeting on February 10th, the Board of Public Works and Safety opened vehicle quotes for the Street Department, Cemetery and Police Department.  Since only one quote was presented for the cemetery vehicle that was awarded. ...
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Plymouth Economic Development Commission Meets Monday at 5:30 in City Hall

February 23, 2020
Plymouth Economic Development Commission Meets Monday at 5:30 in City Hall

Members of the Plymouth Economic Development Commission will meet Monday evening, February 24th at 5:30 in the Council Chambers of City Hall. Member of the commission are Jenny Sickmiller, Robert Listenberger and John Yadon. A public hearing will be held on the Economic Development Revenue Bonds for the Centennial Crossing residential development project. The...
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A Space to Unload Burdens for Ancilla Students

February 23, 2020
A Space to Unload Burdens for Ancilla Students

Ancilla College has been working hard over the past few years to grow in areas that benefit students. They have built two residence halls and a dining hall. They have also created new market driven programs such as Vet Nursing and Culinary as well as expanding existing programs like Nursing. They have even added...
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PHS Senior Semifinalist for Cooke College Scholarship

February 23, 2020
PHS Senior Semifinalist for Cooke College Scholarship

Plymouth High School Senior Alexa Orozco has been named a semifinalist for the prestigious Cooke College Scholarship. She is the only student from the Michiana area to be selected. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced Orozco is among the 477 high school seniors selected as semifinalists. This highly selective scholarship provides high-achieving students with...
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DONATO HONORS ARGOS HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER TEAM

February 23, 2020
DONATO HONORS ARGOS HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER TEAM

State Senator Stacey Donato (R-Logansport) presented Senate Resolution 9, honoring the Argos High School boys soccer team on winning the 2019 Indiana High School Athletic Association Class A State Championship at the Statehouse on Thursday, February 20th. Argos defeated Indianapolis Lutheran 2-1. This is the school’s fourth state title and the first in more than...
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Boys sectional pairings announced

February 23, 2020

Boys sectional pairings announcedINDIANAPOLIS — Four hundred two (402) teams were drawn today and placed into brackets for the 110th Annual IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament presented by the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever. Sectional games are scheduled to begin Tuesday, March 3, and run through Saturday, March 7, with the regional round slated...
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Culver Work Session and Town Council Meeting Tuesday

February 23, 2020
Culver Work Session and Town Council Meeting Tuesday

The Culver Town Council will conduct a Work Session on Tuesday, February 25th at 5:30 in the evening in the Town Hall at 200 East Washington Street.  Council members will meet for a work session for a Board of Finance presentation on the state of the town’s finances. Culver Town Council members will then...
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New Indiana Birding Trail features 35 DNR sites

February 23, 2020
New Indiana Birding Trail features 35 DNR sites

More than half of the sites on the new Indiana Birding Trail, which the Indiana Audubon Society (IAS) announced earlier this year, are operated by the DNR. DNR worked with IAS and several regional partners to develop the trail, which provides a great resource for Hoosier birders and others who might visit the state...
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Calhoun, Himes, Lone, Pack land on State Finals podium

February 23, 2020
Calhoun, Himes, Lone, Pack land on State Finals podium

Thanks to our news partners at the Pilot News By Steve Krah Correspondent INDIANAPOLIS — Plymouth High School wrestlers Graham Calhoun and Andrew Himes have faced and overcome adversity in different ways during the 2019-20 season. Both were placers — 170-pounder Calhoun third and 285-pounder Himes eighth — at the 82nd annual IHSAA State...
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Berger starts IUSB sweep

February 23, 2020

Berger starts IUSB sweep TEXARKANA — Indiana University South Bend earned its first sweep of the season on Friday at Texas A&M-Texarkana defeating the Eagles, 2-1 in game one and 9-4 in game two. With the pair of victories, the Titans improve to 5-5 overall. In what turned out to be a pitcher’s duel...
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