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PHS volleyball beats St. Joe

October 7, 2014

The Plymouth Varsity volleyball team defeated South Bend St. Joe 26-24, 23-25, 25-16, 25-20. The Varsity record is 20-10. Plymouth leaders were: Kills – McKenzie Scheetz 16, Libbie Portteus 11 Assists – Haley Harrell 37 Digs – Scheetz 19, H Harrell 17 Aces – Scheetz 4, Lacey Poczik 1 Blocks – Hunter Stevens 6,...
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Tennis regional moving inside tonight

October 7, 2014

The Culver Academies Tennis Regional is moving indoors this afternoon. The indoor tennis facility is located behind the Gable Tennis Complex. The individual matches will be pushed back to Wednesday. Team play will begin with CMA vs. Peru at 5 p.m.. Singles matches will be on courts 1-2-3. Doubles on 4-5. Plymouth vs. Warsaw will follow...
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Dragons advance in Sectional

October 7, 2014

Argos 11, Culver 1            at Argos Sectional   First half   Argos                    Damon Binkley  (Josiah Osborn)                                                13th Argos                    Osborn                                                                                 23rd Argos                     Vincent Stone (Binkley)                                               31st Argos                    Spencer Van Der Weele (Binkley)                             32nd Culver                   Austin Jones (Garrett Jenkinson)                              33rd Argos                    V. Stone (Brandon Thomas)                                        39th   Second half   Argos                   Van Der...
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A Small Touch of Home for the Holidays for Our Troops

October 7, 2014

Touching hearts by providing comfort items for our wounded troops and the medical staff that care for them is what Operation: Quiet Comfort volunteers do all year long. Now it’s time for a little extra holiday cheer. It may seem early but the holiday shipment is huge and since most of it will be...
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AG Zoeller Offers Legislative Proposals to Combat Top Consumer Complaints

October 7, 2014

SOUTH BEND – Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller visited South Bend Monday to announce a series of legislative proposals that would strengthen consumer protection laws in Indiana. The proposals aim to address some of the most common consumer complaints being reported by the public to the Attorney General’s Office. “Bad actors are finding new...
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Jefferson Street Bridge to Close 3-4 Weeks for Repairs

October 7, 2014
Jefferson Street Bridge to Close 3-4 Weeks for Repairs

The Marshall County Commissioners were updated on the issues with the Jefferson Street Bridge over the Yellow River during their meeting Monday. Michael Obergfell from USI Consultants presented photos which show a void of 10 to 15 feet long and approximately 4 to 5 feet deep under the northwest apron and sidewalk for the...
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Refunding Jail Bonds to Save $630,000

October 6, 2014
Refunding Jail Bonds to Save $630,000

Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners and the Jail Holding Committee moved forward with the refinancing of the bonds for the County Jail. Last week the bond sale went better than Umbaugh expected. Originally the commissioners wanted a minimum of $350,000 savings to refinance the current bond issue on the jail. As the date...
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Rebecca Rodriguez – 77 – from Plymouth

October 6, 2014

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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All-Inclusive Playground to Move to Packard Woods

October 6, 2014
All-Inclusive Playground to Move to Packard Woods

Mike Reese from the Troyer Group appeared before the Plymouth Park Board Monday evening with a schematic drawing of the all-inclusive “Founders Park” playground relocated in Packard Woods. In July, the tornados that came through Plymouth dropped a large tree on the existing playground structure at Packard Woods destroying the play equipment. The city...
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Fuel Spill at King & 30 with Jackknifed Semi

October 6, 2014
Fuel Spill at King & 30 with Jackknifed Semi

Emergency responders were dispatched to a jackknifed semi at the intersection of US 30 and King Road about 1:15 Monday afternoon that tied up traffic for several hours. 47 year old Edward Tripp Jr. from Park Forest, IL was west bound and attempting to make a left turn into the Pilot Truck Stop at...
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