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Archive for April, 2020

South Bend Cubs to Offer Curbside Concessions

April 21, 2020
South Bend Cubs to Offer Curbside Concessions

South Bend Cubs to Offer Curbside Concessions Four menu packages have been created to make ordering easy and will feed a family of four. First set of orders will be available for pick up on April 24. SOUTH BEND, Indiana (April 21, 2020) – Fans missing their favorite Four Winds Field foods will now be able...
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Governor Issues Revised Stay at Home Order

April 21, 2020
Governor Issues Revised Stay at Home Order

Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued a revised Stay At Home order that lasts through May 1 and is designed to limit interactions among Hoosiers to increase containment of COVID-19. As of today, 11,686 people have tested positive and 569 people have died from the disease in Indiana. There are now positive tests in 92...
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Plymouth’s “Bobby G.” gets an unexpected parade

April 20, 2020
Plymouth’s “Bobby G.” gets an unexpected parade

PLYMOUTH – Every Plymouth basketball player in the past decade knows “Bobby G”. The long time Plymouth assistant Bob Girten decided it was time to retire and be with his family, and with one son in Michigan and one in Indianapolis, it requires a move. Last Thursday night those whose lives he’s touched decided...
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Sunday Night Shooting In Fulton County

April 20, 2020
Sunday Night Shooting In Fulton County

On Sunday, April 19th at approximately 06:24 P.M. Fulton County 911 had received a report of a shooting that had occurred in the S 1000 block of CR 400 E Rochester Indiana. At that time, dispatch had sent units to the address. Rochester City Police Department Officers were already on scene at Woodlawn Hospital...
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Walorski Introduces Bill To Provide Relief To Working Seniors

April 20, 2020
Walorski Introduces Bill To Provide Relief To Working Seniors

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) introduced legislation to provide immediate economic relief to seniors who continue working or return to work after claiming Social Security benefits. “Older Americans who keep working or return to work after taking Social Security shouldn’t have their benefits reduced or delayed – especially during this national crisis,” Congresswoman Walorski...
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Slide – Off Results In OWI Charge

April 20, 2020
Slide – Off Results In OWI Charge

On Sunday, April 19th at approximately 7:26 A.M. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Brunet responded to the 100 Block of State Road 10 and Oak Road in reference to a vehicle that had slide off the road way into a field. Upon arriving to the location it was found that 20 year old Allison C....
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Indiana Recognizing National Work Zone Awareness Week

April 20, 2020
Indiana Recognizing National Work Zone Awareness Week

Indiana, and states across the U.S. are observing April 20-24, 2020 as Work Zone Awareness Week. National Work Zone Awareness Week marks the ceremonial start to highway construction season and aims to bring awareness to motorist and worker safety in highway work zones. The theme for the 2020 National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW)...
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State FAFSA Deadline

April 20, 2020
State FAFSA Deadline

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) filing deadline for Indiana has been extended beyond the Commission for Higher Education’s original state deadline of April 15. The extension is intended to ensure as many Hoosiers as possible can access financial aid in the coming academic year in the midst of challenges presented by...
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USDA Announces Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

April 20, 2020
USDA Announces Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). This new U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program will take several actions to assist farmers, ranchers, and consumers in response to the COVID-19 national emergency. President Trump directed USDA to craft this $19 billion immediate relief program to provide critical...
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DNR Postpones Some Urban Catfish Stocking

April 20, 2020
DNR Postpones Some Urban Catfish Stocking

DNR’s urban catfish stocking program will postpone some catfish stocking scheduled for April until late September. The urban catfish program stocks catchable-size channel catfish ranging from 14-18 inches into 10 water bodies located in designated urban areas around the state. For a list of these water bodies, see wildlife.IN.gov/7508.htm. An estimated total of 5,000...
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Marshall County Health Department Releases Information On Private Home Sales

April 20, 2020
Marshall County Health Department Releases Information On Private Home Sales

During this time of self-quarantining, we know that you are cleaning out your homes. Please do not hold garage sales, yard sales, estate sales, or any other kind of private home sale at this time. There are several reasons but first and foremost, this does not allow for social distancing, which can increase the...
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Gladys E. Jolly

April 20, 2020

Gladys E. Jolly, 87, passed away peacefully at 2:40 a.m. on Sunday, April 19, 2020 at Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home, Plymouth. Gladys was born in South Bend, Indiana on January 22, 1933 to Harold D. and Marguerite (Pierson) Keel. Her family would move to Plymouth in 1943 from South Bend. She graduated from West...
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Indiana State Department Of Health Update

April 20, 2020
Indiana State Department Of Health Update

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 505 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 11,686 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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RECYCLE DEPOT CLOSURES EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 4

April 20, 2020
RECYCLE DEPOT CLOSURES EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 4

The Marshall County Recycle Depot facility will continue to be closed through Monday, May 4th in compliance with Governor Holcomb’s extension of the stay-at-home order.   All Marshall County Solid Waste meetings and events previously scheduled through the end of the month will be rescheduled or conducted virtually.   The Marshall County Solid Waste...
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Temporary Computer Labs Ready for Marshall County Residents

April 20, 2020
Temporary Computer Labs Ready for Marshall County Residents

When Work One offices were closed and the stay at home order affected the libraries, restaurants and other sources of free wi-fi, those needing to sign up for unemployment benefits were left without resources. Fortunately, the United Way of Marshall County stepped up to help. Three computer labs have been established in the Plymouth...
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Indiana State Department Of Health Update

April 19, 2020
Indiana State Department Of Health Update

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 529 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 10,641 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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Former Pilgrim standout Mike Scott had a good design for his future

April 19, 2020
Former Pilgrim standout Mike Scott had a good design for his future

PLYMOUTH — Former Plymouth baseball stand out Mike Scott could say that both his careers started in Plymouth. Scott now works pre-press — being certain that all images, designs, and text are ready to go to final print — for a company in Lansing that makes packaging for various products like pharmaceuticals, and entertainment items like...
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BMV Announces Branches Open For Appointment Only For CLP/CDL Credential

April 17, 2020
BMV Announces Branches Open For Appointment Only For CLP/CDL Credential

Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Commissioner Peter L. Lacy announced today the BMV is increasing the number of branches open by appointment only to process new Commercial Learner’s Permits (CLP), new Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDL), and upgrade/downgrade for the CDL to add the tank vehicle or hazardous materials endorsement. Three additional branches will...
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Marshall County Health Department Releases Information On Open Burning

April 17, 2020
Marshall County Health Department Releases Information On Open Burning

We, at Incident Command, want to make everyone aware that they need to continue to use the hospital’s emergency departments in case of emergency medical issues. We realize that COVID-19 is taking everyone’s attention right now, but medical emergencies must be seen right away. Emergencies such as stroke, heart attack, diabetes are life and...
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POTUS Taps Young For Coronavirus Economic Task Force

April 17, 2020
POTUS Taps Young For Coronavirus Economic Task Force

U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) announced he has been selected by President Donald Trump to serve on his bipartisan Congressional Economic Task Force. The task force will provide counsel to the President on the re-opening of America in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. “American families, workers, and job creators have suffered immensely as...
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