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Plymouth School Board Discusses Annual Teacher Appreciation Grant Distribution

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September 1, 2020
Plymouth School Board Discusses Annual Teacher Appreciation Grant Distribution

The Plymouth School board held a regular monthly meeting, teacher compensation public hearing, and a budget workshop on Tuesday, September 1.  Audience members could attend the meeting in person or access by telephone conferencing due to restrictions being imposed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The board discussed the annual Teacher Appreciation Grant distribution...
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Bremen Manufacturer Extends Furloughs, Layoffs

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September 1, 2020
Bremen Manufacturer Extends Furloughs, Layoffs

A Marshall County manufacturer is extending dozens of previously-announced furloughs and layoffs. In a notice to the state, Bremen-based Universal Bearings LLC said the 61 employees affected by the decision will likely remain out of work beyond the original six-month period, though a specific duration was not given. The company, which manufactures loose needle and needle...
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Health Department Shuts Down Labor Day Community Fest

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September 1, 2020
Health Department Shuts Down Labor Day Community Fest

Due to unforeseen circumstances the Labor Day Community Fest at the Knights of Columbus in Plymouth has been canceled. The Community Fest organized by Quentin Flagg and members of the Knights of Columbus decided to put together an event that would allow for non-profits to have a way to make money since the cancelation...
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City Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Habitat Request

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September 1, 2020
City Board of Public Works and Safety Approves Habitat Request

Last week members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety considered the request of Dean Byers from Habitat for Humanity and local architect Brent Martin to waive the financial guarantee for a project on West Garro Street. Martin said Habitat is requesting a waiver of the financial guarantee for the storm drainage...
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Lincoln sweeps New Prairie

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September 1, 2020

Lincoln sweeps New Prairie PLYMOUTH – The Lady Red Storms took on the New Prairie Cougars with the 7th grade was victorious in 2 games 25-12 and 25-9 and the eighth taking a 25-7, 25-21 win. Mia Heartly went on an eight serve run. Livy Cooper went on a seven serve run. Eva Sheedy...
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Lancers at NorthWood Invite

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September 1, 2020

Lancers at NorthWood Invite NAPPANEE – The Lancers traveled to Nappanee for the Northwood Invite on Saturday. In a field of stiff competition, several Lancers were able to come away with personal best on the season including Saum Lillie, Colin Christy, and Charlie Lemberis. The Lady Lancers were led by Faith Rock (27:25) and...
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Local teams at Swan Lake

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September 1, 2020

Local teams at Swan Lake PLYMOUTH – Elle Lemberis carded a 9-hole score of 53 at Swan Lake in Plymouth, IN. LaVille participated in a four-team match with John Glenn, Knox, and Triton. John Glenn’s Megan Kobelt was medalist with a 44. Other Glenn scores: Emma Egger had a 48, Jessie Yelaska 51, Cassidy...
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Mishawaka kicks Lady Lancers

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September 1, 2020

Mishawaka kicks Lady Lancers LAKEVILLE – The Lady Lancers fought hard but came up short against the Lady Cavemen of Mishawaka at Newton Park 3-1. Mishawaka scored early in the game and continued their offensive pressure picking up another goal with only five minutes left in the first half. The Lancers came out strong...
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City Attorney Updates Board of Works on Unsafe Building Projects

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September 1, 2020
City Attorney Updates Board of Works on Unsafe Building Projects

City Attorney Sean Surrisi updated members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety on a couple of matters during their meeting on August 24th. The City of Plymouth is taking additional action on the unsafe building at 400 East Jefferson, the former Clark Station.  Surrisi said they moved forward after the foreclosure...
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Plymouth Native Celebrates Women’s Equality Day Aboard USS Germantown

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September 1, 2020
Plymouth Native Celebrates Women’s Equality Day Aboard USS Germantown

Lt. Megs Barron, from Plymouth speaks during a yellow-lit ceremony celebrating Women’s Equality Day on the mess decks of the amphibious dock landing ship USS Germantown (LSD 42). Germantown, part of the America Expeditionary Strike Group, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit team, is operating in the 7th Fleet area of operations to enhance interoperability with...
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Local Blood Bank Urging People To Donate

September 1, 2020
Local Blood Bank Urging People To Donate

As the Labor Day holiday weekend approaches, the South Bend Medical Foundation Blood Bank has a concerning low blood supply. Closings and restrictions of college campuses and high schools due to COVID-19 continue to significantly contribute to the decline in local blood supply. “Understandably, our Bloodmobile has limited access to schools and campuses right...
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DNR Receives Three National Communications Awards

September 1, 2020
DNR Receives Three National Communications Awards

The Indiana DNR received three national communications awards for work done in 2019 during the Association for Conservation Information awards program last night. Indiana took first and second place in the poster contest in the Graphics Division, and third place in the Magazine Division in the Destination, Historical or Cultural article category. The first-place...
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Indiana Governor Holcomb Recognizes Clean Energy Week

September 1, 2020
Indiana Governor Holcomb Recognizes Clean Energy Week

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has issued a state proclamation recognizing September 21-25, 2020 as Clean Energy Week in his home state. In the proclamation, Gov. Holcomb notes the economic importance of the energy sector and says clean energy has been a “key driver of economic growth in Indiana in recent years, with over 86,000...
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Indiana Department Of Health Update

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September 1, 2020
Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health today announced that 721 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at the state laboratory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 94,891 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous...
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September National Preparedness Month

September 1, 2020
September National Preparedness Month

Like an uninvited guest, disasters have a way of showing up when we least expect them. In recognition of National Preparedness Month, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) encourages Hoosiers to spend the month of September talking with their friends and family about planning and preparing for all of Indiana’s potential disasters. “It...
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What’s Your Opinion (Kevin Overmyer co-host/Pretty Lake Golf Club)

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September 1, 2020


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Tech Talk 9-1-20

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September 1, 2020


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John A. Banning, 81, of Plymouth

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September 1, 2020
John A. Banning, 81, of Plymouth

Click the Deaton-Clemens Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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