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New Prairie outlasts Lions

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February 23, 2020

New Prairie outlasts Lions BREMEN — The Lions were unable to hold a lead and fell to New Prairie 37-32. Bremen held a lead late into the 4th quarter but couldn’t hang on down the stretch. Carson Miller had 16 and Tony Hardin 10 for Bremen. •NEW PRAIRIE 37, BREMEN 32 At Bremen Bremen 4...
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Glenn sluggish against Mishawaka

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February 23, 2020

Glenn sluggish against Mishawaka MISHAWAKA — Glenn’s varsity struggled from the field Friday and fell short at Mishawaka by a 54-46 final. The Cavemen got off to hot night shooting and the Falcons could not quite overcome the deficit. Rob Porter led the team with 12 while Silas Kaser added 10 in the loss....
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Bremen sixth at Mishawaka

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February 23, 2020

Bremen sixth at Mishawaka MISHAWAKA — The Bremen boys swim and dive team placed sixth overall, out of ten teams, at sectionals on Saturday. The Lions had 18 individual swims, two divers, and three relays compete at sectional finals. This is the most Bremen has had qualify for day two in at least twelve years....
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Young, Pence Honor 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima at the Indiana War Memorial

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February 22, 2020
Young, Pence Honor 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima at the Indiana War Memorial

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) today hosted a press conference with Congressman Greg Pence (R-IN-06) recognizing the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima. Senator Young and Congressman Pence were also joined by World War II veteran Wayne Saucerman, who served in the Battle of Iwo Jima. Senator Young and Congressman Pence, both...
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FAFSA Help On College Goal Sunday

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February 22, 2020
FAFSA Help On College Goal Sunday

All Indiana high school seniors, current college students and adult learners who qualify for admission to a college or technical school are invited to attend College Goal Sunday on Feb. 23. Experts will be available to assist college-bound students with completing their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This is a free event...
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“It’s about the kids”

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February 22, 2020
“It’s about the kids”

PLYMOUTH – Coaches come and go. Those who have the staying power in the profession for a long career, generally speaking, are in it for the right reasons. A 33-year career could come to an end on Saturday if no Plymouth boy swimmer can advance to the state championship as Plymouth swim coach Leanne...
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Michigan City Man Arrested by City Police for Possession of Meth & Paraphernalia

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February 22, 2020
Michigan City Man Arrested by City Police for Possession of Meth & Paraphernalia

Officer Chad Beatty with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at 2505 North Oak Drive on Wednesday, February 19th about 4:30 in the afternoon. During the investigation, the driver, 34 year old Malcolm Smith of Michigan City was taken into custody for Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia. Malcolm was transported...
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Sliver Alert Update: Warsaw Boy Found Dead

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February 21, 2020
Sliver Alert Update: Warsaw Boy Found Dead

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department released information on the twelve-year-old boy from K-County that was reported missing Thursday afternoon through a Silver Alert. Ayden Elijah Adee was found dead about 12:15 today. This morning emergency personnel in Kosciusko County returned to the area of Ayden Adee’s residence to resume the search that was initiated...
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Congress Must Protect Consumers From Unfair Corporate Bankruptcy Rules

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February 21, 2020
Congress Must Protect Consumers From Unfair Corporate Bankruptcy Rules

Attorney General Curtis Hill today urged Congress to enact legislation aimed at protecting consumers and states affected by lax corporate bankruptcy rules. Attorney General Hill joined a bipartisan coalition of 42 state and territory attorneys general in supporting H.R. 4421, also known as the Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2019. The legislation would prevent...
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Governor Holcomb Earns Endorsement Of National Federation Of Independent Business

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February 21, 2020
Governor Holcomb Earns Endorsement Of National Federation Of Independent Business

Governor Eric Holcomb today joined National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) state director Barbara Quandt and members from across the state as the organization announced it is endorsing the Governor’s 2020 reelection bid. This is the second consecutive election where Governor Holcomb has earned the NFIB’s endorsement. “The governor has supported Indiana small business...
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Riverside Intermediate School High Honor Roll and Honor Roll Recipients – 1st Semester – 2019-20

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February 21, 2020
Riverside Intermediate School High Honor Roll and Honor Roll Recipients – 1st Semester – 2019-20

Riverside 5th Grade High Honor Roll (1st Quarter) Recipients Valeria Antunez, Christianna Bradley, Sarah Christiansen, Lance Edison, Kayla Elsea, Ava Gonce, Jazmin Haro, O’Malley Holm, Taylor Hooper, Isaak Hutchinson, Davis Jones, Nathan King, Cadence Kinney, Marissa Kmiatek, Hannah Kresser, Ella Krynock, Eva Macey, Kristin Manges, Vivy Miller, Haileigh Olivarez, Chase Palmer, Trey Pletcher, Anthony...
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Raymond M. Richard, 90, of South Bend

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February 21, 2020
Raymond M. Richard, 90, of South Bend

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City Engineer Updates Redevelopment Commission of Hoham & Pioneer Drive Projects

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February 20, 2020
City Engineer Updates Redevelopment Commission of Hoham & Pioneer Drive Projects

Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul gave members of the Redevelopment Commission an update on the Hoham Drive improvement project during their meeting Tuesday evening. All the contracts have been submitted to INDOT for the project.  Work continues with NIPSCO to use a piece of their property on Hoham to place a drainage retention pond...
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City Redevelopment Commission Approves Resolution for Centennial Crossings

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February 20, 2020
City Redevelopment Commission Approves Resolution for Centennial Crossings

Steps were taken Tuesday evening by the Plymouth Redevelopment to move the unique financing forward for the Centennial Crossings residential housing development. This project is on the north side of Plymouth Goshen Trail at Randolph Street. City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented a resolution that details the Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) District #6 financing on...
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County Election Board Reviews Primary Ballot, Removes Precinct Committeemen of Ballot Due to Lack of Race

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February 20, 2020
County Election Board Reviews Primary Ballot, Removes Precinct Committeemen of Ballot Due to Lack of Race

This week the Marshall County Election Board reviewed the list of local candidates who will be on the May Primary Election ballot. Clerk Dev VanDeMark said both sided have delegate candidate filings for the convention this year. She said each side is entitled to 14.  The Democrats only had 9 file and the Republicans...
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A Statewide Silver Alert Declared for 12 yr. old Warsaw Boy

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February 20, 2020
A Statewide Silver Alert Declared for 12 yr. old Warsaw Boy

The Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the disappearance of Ayden Elijah Adee, a 12 year old white male, 5 feet 8 inches tall, 108 pounds, red hair with brown eyes, last seen wearing a black ball cap, black and blue coat, black vest, and blue jeans. Ayden is missing from Warsaw and was...
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PCSC Preschool Roundup 2020-21

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February 20, 2020
PCSC Preschool Roundup 2020-21

Plymouth Community School Corporation Preschool Roundup for the 2020-21 school year will take place on Tuesday, April 14, in the Jefferson Elementary School cafeteria at 6 p.m. Preschool Roundup is for children who will be 4-years-old by August 1. Families with a child this age should come to the PCSC Preschool Roundup for more...
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Bourbon Woman Charged With Theft From Kroger’s

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February 20, 2020
Bourbon Woman Charged With Theft From Kroger’s

On Tuesday, February 18th at approximately 7:31 P.M. Officer DeLee with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Kroger’s for a report of an internal theft. After an investigation at Kroger’s and the Plymouth Police Department 50 year old, Dottie L. Parker of Bourbon was arrested for Theft. Parker was taken into custody and transported...
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Governor Holcomb Pledges Support for Eroding Lake Michigan Shoreline

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February 20, 2020
Governor Holcomb Pledges Support for Eroding Lake Michigan Shoreline

Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced he signed an executive order directing state agencies to pursue collection of damage information that could lead to a declaration of disaster emergency along the Lake Michigan shoreline. He also outlined steps state agencies will take to provide assistance along the shoreline. The executive order is attached.   Governor...
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Tens of Thousands Rally to Save Indiana Beach, Petition Goes Viral

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February 20, 2020
Tens of Thousands Rally to Save Indiana Beach, Petition Goes Viral

Over tens of thousands have rallied to save Indiana Beach, an iconic Monticello amusement park that brought joy to many over its 94 years of operation. Monticello resident Dustin Sprunger started a now-viral Change.org petition to save the park that’s been signed by over 19,000 – and it’s still growing. Dustin hopes that by getting attention...
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