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Archive for January, 2021

Christmas Tree Pick-Up For The Town Of Culver

January 6, 2021
Christmas Tree Pick-Up For The Town Of Culver

The Town of Culver will be out picking up Christmas Trees. If you are ready to take down your Christmas tree and are wondering what to do with it (and you live in the Town of Culver), you can place your tree (ornament and tinsel free) at the curbside and Culver Utility staff will...
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Wednesday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

January 6, 2021
Wednesday: Indiana Department Of Health Update

The Indiana Department of Health announced Wednesday that 6,214 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at state and private laboratories. That brings to 539,229 the number of Indiana residents now known to have had the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s dashboard. Marshall County reported 21 new individuals tested...
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Holcomb Statement on Events in Nation’s Capitol

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January 6, 2021
Holcomb Statement on Events in Nation’s Capitol

Governor Eric J. Holcomb offered the following statement. “It’s both saddening and sickening to watch a mob devolve into thinking their rules would ever replace the rule of law. I unequivocally condemn the violence at the U.S. Capitol that we are now witnessing.  Passion, patriotism and love for our nation should always and only...
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Walorski Named Ranking Member Of House Ethics Committee

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January 6, 2021
Walorski Named Ranking Member Of House Ethics Committee

U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) was selected to serve as the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Ethics for the 117th Congress. “As elected representatives, we are duty-bound to put the interests of the American people first and work to restore their trust in Congress,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “These principles will continue to guide...
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Governor Holcomb & INDOT Announce Next Call For Community Crossings Matching Grants

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January 6, 2021
Governor Holcomb & INDOT Announce Next Call For Community Crossings Matching Grants

Governor Eric J. Holcomb and INDOT Commissioner Joe McGuinnes announced Tuesday the next call for projects in the Community Crossings grant program is now open. Community Crossings is part of Gov. Holcomb’s Next Level Roads program, a 20-year, fully funded plan to enhance Indiana’s highways and local roads by awarding communities grants for shovel-ready...
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More Than $975,000 Awarded To Improve Water Quality

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January 6, 2021
More Than $975,000 Awarded To Improve Water Quality

The Indiana State Department of Agriculture and the State Soil Conservation Board awarded $975,651 in matching grant funds to 15 soil and water conservation districts and organizations through the Clean Water Indiana program. “Soil is one of our most valuable resources,” said Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch. “I commend our State Soil Conservation Board for...
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LaVille grad named Grace interim coach

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January 6, 2021

LaVille grad named Grace interim coach WINONA LAKE – LaVille High School and Grace College graduate Hannah Swartzentruber, an assistant coach under former Grace softball coach Sarah Harman will step into the head coach’s job for the coming season. Swartzentruber will direct the Lady Lancers through the spring season. The Lady Lancers’ season is...
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Warsaw splashes past Plymouth in NLC matchup

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January 6, 2021
Warsaw splashes past Plymouth in NLC matchup

WARSAW – The Plymouth Pilgrims were back in the pool for the first time in 2021 after a significant winter break, and were bested by Warsaw in an NLC meet, the boys falling 131-29 and the girls 133-52. Plymouth’s girl divers took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in their event. Maggie Bradway had the...
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Balance the key in Bales relationship

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January 6, 2021
Balance the key in Bales relationship

PLYMOUTH – There are many stresses and challenges in the relationship of a father with his son, and adding the relationship of player and coach to that mix can be an enormous challenge. Coaching your son can be the greatest thing that happens to a father-son relationship, or it can be the worst. Many...
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Plymouth vs. Michigan City 1-5-21 (Boys basketball)

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January 6, 2021


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What’s Your Opinion 1-6-21

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January 6, 2021


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Michigan City pressure too much for Pilgrims

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January 5, 2021
Michigan City pressure too much for Pilgrims

PLYMOUTH — Comfortable with chaos, Michigan City’s Wolves were able to cause enough of it to walk away from Plymouth with a mid-week 59-50 win. While Michigan City led most of the game, they never were able to run away from the Pilgrims as Plymouth fought back to single digits with three minutes to...
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Argos gets home conference win

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January 5, 2021
Argos gets home conference win

Argos gets home conference win ARGOS — The Argos boys basketball squad returned to the floor with a win over South Bend Trinity by a final of 35-20. J.J. Morris led the dragons with 12 points, Michael Richard had nine. Argos is now 5-3, 2-0 in the Hoosier Plains Conference, and have Bethany Christian...
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Lancers take the win over Valley

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January 5, 2021
Lancers take the win over Valley

Lancers take the win over Valley LAKEVILLE — LaVille boys beat Tippecanoe Valley Tuesday night, 58-48. The Lancers were led by Leyton Czarnecki’s16 points. Bobby Good chipped in 14. • LAVILLE 58, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 48 At Lakeville LaVille 14 28 38 58 TVHS 7 21 23 48 Tippecanoe Valley – Braden Shepherd 7, Rex...
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Bremen beats Penn by one

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January 5, 2021
Bremen beats Penn by one

Bremen beats Penn by one MISHAWAKA — Bremen defeated Penn, 53-52, in Northern Indiana Conference boys basketball action. Bremen 53: Ethan Nunemaker 0, Tony Hardin 15, Dawson Hickman 1, Trevor Devine 7, Brady Ginter 0, Ty Feldman 2, Connor Hundt 0, Carson Miller 26, Marty Manges 2. • BREMEN 53, PENN 52 At Mishawaka...
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Warsaw runs past Plymouth

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January 5, 2021
Warsaw runs past Plymouth

Warsaw runs past Plymouth WARSAW — Warsaw was able to use a big second half to outlast Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims by a final of 52-30. Plymouth was led by Lindsay Janus, Taylor Delp and Clare Sheedy, all with eight points. Tallulah Gault had seven rebounds and Janus had four assists for the Lady Pilgrims. •WARSAW...
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News Release from Sheriff Hassel on COVID-19 Outbreak in County Jail

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January 5, 2021
News Release from Sheriff Hassel on COVID-19 Outbreak in County Jail

Tuesday afternoon, Marshall County Sheriff Matt Hassel sent a news release out to update the county on the COVID-19 outbreak in the jail. In his release the sheriff said after receiving the results of the state’s Strike Team testing on December 31st and learning that 122 of the 169 inmates were positive, they immediately...
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URGENT NEED IN MARSHALL COUNTY FOR COVID Vaccine Volunteers

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January 5, 2021
URGENT NEED IN MARSHALL COUNTY FOR COVID Vaccine Volunteers

Saint Joseph Health System needs your help bringing this deadly pandemic to an end.  With vaccine now in stock, Saint Joseph Health System’s goal is to vaccinate as many as possible as fast as possible, consistent with the State guidelines.  Each day matters in this race towards ending COVID-19.  As a result, Saint Joseph...
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Solid Waste Board Approves Salaries for 2021 and Part-time Educator

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January 5, 2021
Solid Waste Board Approves Salaries for 2021 and Part-time Educator

Members of the Marshall County Solid Waste District Board, made up of the three commissioners, Kevin Overmyer, Stan Klotz and Mike Burroughs, the mayor, Mark Senter, a City Council representative Greg Compton,  a representative from another community in the county, Trend Weldy Director of Operation for Bremen and a representative from the County Council...
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Applications for New Judge Position in Marshall County Expected in February

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January 5, 2021
Applications for New Judge Position in Marshall County Expected in February

Marshall County Attorney Jim Clevenger updated the County Commissioners on the process for selecting a judge for Marshall Superior Court III that will open in July. Governor Holcomb’ office will be accepting applications for the new judge position in February.  Clevenger said the process normally takes 90 days.  He said there is some concern...
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