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Agricultural Supplier Expanding in Kosciusko County

November 13, 2014
Agricultural Supplier Expanding in Kosciusko County

MENTONE, Ind. North Central Cooperative, Inc. (NCC) announced plans thursday to expand its operations here, creating up to 15 new jobs by 2016. The homegrown-Hoosier company, which is based in Wabash, Indiana, will invest $8.27 million to renovate and equip two buildings at its approximately 80-acre crop service center in Mentone. Adding more than...
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PHS Interact Club Comunity Service

November 13, 2014
PHS Interact Club Comunity Service

Members of the Plymouth High School Interact Club raked leaves as one of their community service projects this past Sunday afternoon on South Michigan Street. Pictured left to right are: Caleb Wiers, Max Holloway (President), Nick Felke, Tom Holloway, Jeff Houin (President of the Plymouth Rotary Club), Anja Houin, Jenny Cuatlacuatl, and Sonia Flores
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SJRMC Recognized as Top Performer by The Joint Commission

November 13, 2014
SJRMC Recognized as Top Performer by The Joint Commission

Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) has been recognized as a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of healthcare organizations in the United States. SJRMC in Mishawaka and Plymouth were both recognized as part of The Joint Commission’s 2014 annual report “America’s Hospitals: Improving Quality and...
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Triton 7th Graders Honor Vets

November 13, 2014
Triton 7th Graders Honor Vets

Mrs. Shaffer’s 7th grade honors class at Triton Jr./Sr. High School made a banner to honor veterans for Veterans Day. Pictured: (front) Jon Conley, Connor Pitney, Amy Miller, Maria Chupp, Maria Schwartz, Jessica Gladieau (back) Madison Stetzel, Caitlyn Ihnen, Briana Wilhite, Gavin Greer, Tiffaney Hughes, Tiana Yoder, Jared Bules, Whytnie Miller, Zach Berger, Susan...
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Carol Parker – 66 – from Plymouth

November 13, 2014
Carol Parker – 66 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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PHS basketball hosting youth tourney

November 13, 2014

The Plymouth High School Boys Basketball Program will be hosting 15 school-based youth basketball teams from around the area on Sunday, November 16th as part of the Northern Indiana Boys Basketball League.  Grade levels include 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teams.  All games will be played at Plymouth High school. Admission is $4 for all...
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CMA skates past St. Joe

November 13, 2014

CULVER MILITARY (Varsity A) 7, ST. JOSEPH 1 at Culver First Period CMA – Andrew Bryan (Luke Prpic), 14:28. CMA – Logan Badalich (Prpic) 8:36. SJ – Nicholas Tritotta (Joe Miller) 7:08. Second Period CMA – Bryan (Jordan Elfar, Tom Faulkner) 9:49. Third Period CMA – Misha Sobotin (Hunter Tuggle, Brennan Coulson) 14:13. CMA – Tuggle (Sobotin) 11:56. CMA –...
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Five Eagles make committments

November 13, 2014
Five Eagles make committments

CULVER - Five Culver Academies student-athletes declared their collegiate affiliations on Nov. 12, the first day of the early signing period for NCAA Division I and Division II schools. Four Culver Military Aacademy lacrosse players signed. David Dilts, a defenseman from Carmel, Ind., will be going to Syracuse University; Spencer Secord, a midfielder from Toronto,...
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3 Arrested, Meth found at W. Washington St. Home

November 13, 2014
3 Arrested, Meth found at W. Washington St. Home

Plymouth Police received a meth tip from a local convenience store in August of 2014. They followed up on the tip which led them to 710 West Washington Street. Indiana State Police assisted them with initiating a drug investigation. On the morning of Wednesday, November 12th officers from the Indiana State Police and Plymouth...
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WDA Seeks Blood Donors

November 13, 2014
WDA Seeks Blood Donors

Plymouth Washington Discovery Academy Principal, Mr. Andy Hartley cut his tie in half Wednesday during lunch to demonstrate to the first graders that right now they have met close to 50% of their blood drive goal. Their goal is to find at least 100 people willing to donate during the school’s blood drive on...
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