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Register now for the 2020 Meijer Baseball Academy

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February 12, 2020
Register now for the 2020 Meijer Baseball Academy

Open to kids ages 6 to 12, the Meijer Baseball Academy is a three-day camp, taught by South Bend Cubs players and coaches. SOUTH BEND – Registration is now open for the 2020 Meijer Baseball Academy, a baseball clinic taught by South Bend Cubs players and coaches. Two, three-day sessions will be held at...
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Virginia I. Klingaman, 98, of Bourbon

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February 12, 2020

Click the Deaton-Clemons Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Bremen falls at Penn

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February 11, 2020

Bremen falls at Penn MISHAWAKA — Bremen’s Lions to Penn 59-40. The Lions were led by Tony Hardin with 14 points with Carson Miller adding 12. The JV also lost 56-27. Next game is Friday night at Adams. •PENN 59, BREMEN 40 At Penn Bremen 11 13 25 40 Penn 12 29 43 59
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Argos takes win over Caston

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February 11, 2020

Argos takes win over Caston FULTON — The Argos Dragons came away with a win on the road over Caston by a final of 43-32. Sam Manikowski put up 20 points and Owen Nifong followed with 12 in the Argos win. In the JV contest Jake Stults had 13 but the Dragons fell 49-35. •ARGOS...
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City Redevelopment Commission Denies Payment to River Park South Developer

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February 11, 2020
City Redevelopment Commission Denies Payment to River Park South Developer

Tuesday evening the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission conducted a special meeting to consider releasing a portion of the remaining funds on the River Gate South residential project. Last month the commission denied the request to release a portion of the $129,499.97 the city owes to developer Scott Savin. Since the last meeting city department heads...
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David’s Courage Opens with Limits While Waiting for Certifications

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February 11, 2020
David’s Courage Opens with Limits While Waiting for Certifications

David’s Courage has officially opened; however, it is with limitations while they navigate certification processes. From the beginning, one of the focuses of David’s Courage was taking steps to ensure their program was self-sustaining.   “We have a very giving community” states Gregg Erickson, Board President of David’s Courage.  “One of our primary goals is...
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Zentis Applies for Tax Abatement, City Council Approves 1st Step

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February 11, 2020
Zentis Applies for Tax Abatement, City Council Approves 1st Step

Zentis North America, at the corner of Oak and Markley Drive in Plymouth is planning a $6.8 million expansion. Monday evening during the Plymouth Common Council meeting, Jerry Chavez, President and CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation said Zentis is planning a major expansion although it won’t require any new buildings or...
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Winter Weather Advisory Begins Wednesday at 1 P.M.

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February 11, 2020
Winter Weather Advisory Begins Wednesday at 1 P.M.

A “Winter Weather Advisory” goes into effect beginning at 1pm on Wednesday and continues until 1 pm on Thursday.  The forecast indicates Marshall County could see 3-5 of snow. Impacts from this storm include roads that will be snow covered, slick, and hazardous for the overnight hours on Wednesday and into early Thursday morning. ...
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Milford Man Arrested For Resisting Law Enforcement

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February 11, 2020

 On Saturday, February 8th at approximately 5:36 P.M. the Marshall County Sheriff`s Department received a call of a suspicious male wearing blue jeans, gray sweatshirt and brown boots walking north on Beech Road from 3B Road.  The caller stated the male was carrying a black trash bag. The caller later stated the male dropped...
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Carver Selected Tippecanoe Twp. Advisory Board Member in Caucus

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February 11, 2020
Carver Selected Tippecanoe Twp. Advisory Board Member in Caucus

County Republican Chairman David Holmes scheduled a caucus for Monday, February 10th to fill a vacancy on the Tippecanoe Township Advisory Board. Frank Carver was the only person who filed a Declaration of Candidacy for the position.  He was selected by Precinct Committeeman Matt Pitney to fill the vacant position. Carver was administered the...
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Triton School Board Makes Several Approvals During Tuesday’s Meeting

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February 11, 2020
Triton School Board Makes Several Approvals During Tuesday’s Meeting

The Triton School Board approved a long list of items during their February 10 regular monthly meeting.  Superintendent Jeremy Riffle explained the need for each item that were on the request list. Some of the terms approved included the extension of fiber between the buildings; a wireless connection with the bus garage; purchase of...
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City Council Denies Request to Place Banner on Rail Road Viaduct on South Michigan St.

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February 11, 2020
City Council Denies Request to Place Banner on Rail Road Viaduct on South Michigan St.

A request that should have been on the agenda for Monday’s Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting wasn’t addressed so the Plymouth Common Council took action on it. Marshall Clevenger, representing the Marshall County Builders Association was seeking permission to attach a banner to the viaduct on South Michigan Street at Pennsylvania...
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Governor Holcomb Earns Indiana Builders Association’s First Gubernatorial Endorsement

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February 11, 2020
Governor Holcomb Earns Indiana Builders Association’s First Gubernatorial Endorsement

Governor Eric Holcomb today joined more than 100 members of the Indiana Builders Association (IBA) as the organization voted to endorse the Governor’s 2020 reelection bid – the IBA’s first ever gubernatorial endorsement.  “Governor Holcomb’s success in bringing jobs to our state and making Indiana a desired place to work and live during his...
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Cancer Patients Use More Blood Than Those Fighting Any Other Disease

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February 11, 2020
Cancer Patients Use More Blood Than Those Fighting Any Other Disease

According to the American Cancer Society patients fighting cancer need more blood than patients fighting any other disease, using nearly one-quarter of the nation’s blood supply. That’s why this February, the American Red Cross and the American Cancer Society have teamed up to encourage people across the country to Give Blood to Give Time,...
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Young Statement on POTUS Budget Proposal

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February 11, 2020
Young Statement on POTUS Budget Proposal

U.S. Senator Todd Young today reacted to the President’s budget request for Fiscal Year 2021. This is the first year that Senator Young’s Good Accounting Obligation in Government (GAO-IG) Act goes into effect. The legislation was signed into law last year and seeks to increase oversight of taxpayer dollars spent by federal agencies.   “I am...
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Winter Weather Returns Wednesday Night

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February 11, 2020
Winter Weather Returns Wednesday Night

The National Weather Service is advising of the potential for accumulating snow beginning Wednesday afternoon into the early morning hours on Thursday morning.  Snow totals of between 3-5 inches are possible for our area, with additional snow on Thursday.  Colder air will arrive Thursday night into Friday with below zero wind chills Friday morning....
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South Bend Cubs single-game tickets on sale March 11

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February 11, 2020
South Bend Cubs single-game tickets on sale March 11

South Bend Cubs single-game tickets on sale March 11 Fans waiting in line at Four Winds Field will also be treated to a special lunch and appearances by the Midwest League Championship Trophy and mascot Stu D. Baker. SOUTH BEND – The wait is nearly over. South Bend Cubs single-game tickets will go on...
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Triton girls split with Bremen

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February 11, 2020

Triton girls split with Bremen BOURBON – Triton’s seventh and eighth-grade girls split decisions with Bremen, the seventh falling 10-9 and the eighth taking a 42-20 win. Scoring: 7th Grade Girls 10 Bremen – Ava Stackhouse 4, Christina Grabowski 3, Mackenzie Feathers 2, Naomi Moyer 1 9 Triton (1-6) – Maddison Miller 5, Allie...
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Pilgrims drop road game

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February 11, 2020

Pilgrims drop road game LaPORTE – Monday night the Pilgrims traveled over to La Porte and were edged out by a score of 31-26. The Pilgrims received scoring input from Michael Sheely, 10 points, and Matt Manzuk, 8 points. The Pilgrims (9-6, NLC 4-2) will now head into the NLC tournament when they travel...
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Triton High School to Purchase 12 Vape Smoke Detectors

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February 10, 2020
Triton High School to Purchase 12 Vape Smoke Detectors

Triton Jr/Sr High School will be one of several schools in northern Indiana installing vape smoking detectors. Triton purchased 12 detectors. According to Superintendent Jeremy Riffle, a total of 80 detectors were purchased through the Northern Indiana Service Center by schools in both Marshall and Starke Counties. The cost of each unit is $1,200....
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