CollegeChoice CD 529 Savings Plan Surpasses $20 Million

Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell today announced that the state’s FDIC-insured CollegeChoice CD 529 Savings Plan has surpassed $20 million in assets under management. This...

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More Girls, Young Women Joining Scouting Programs

Becoming a Scout is one of the surest pathways for a young female to grow into an empowered woman. Lately, Scouting enrollment among girls has been growing throughout Northern...

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Attorney General Wins Significant Victory as he Continues Fight Against Robocallers

On the same day he notched a major court victory in one robocalling case, Attorney General Todd Rokita took new actions to bring such scammers to justice in another legal battle....

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Indiana Department of Education Provides Update & First-Lookat Indiana GPS Dashboard Development

Today, the Indiana State Board of Education (SBOE) received an update on the development of the Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed (Indiana GPS) dashboard. This...

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Local & State News

Gov. Holcomb Directs Flags to Half-Staff in honor of Richmond Police Officer Seara Burton

Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags in the State of Indiana to be flown at half-staff in honor and remembrance of Richmond Police Officer Seara Burton. Flags should be...
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City Redevelopment Commission Updated on TIF 2 Projects

 Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission received an update on the projects in TIF District #2 during their meeting Tuesday evening.  City Attorney Sean Surrisi...
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Commissioners Approve Zoning Change in Downtown LaPaz

This week Marshall County Plan Director Ty Adley presented the commissioners with a request to rezone a property in downtown LaPaz. The property is located at 101 South Michigan...
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Bourbon Town Council Approves Rental Increase for Matchett Event Center on 1st Reading

The Bourbon Town Council passed on the first reading of an ordinance amendment during their meeting on September 13th. Council President Ward Byers said the amendment will...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works & Safety Updates

Last week during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, Police Chief Dave Bacon was granted approval to extend a conditional offer of employment to Richard...
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Operation Quiet Comfort Seeking Donations for Holiday Stockings for the Troops

Operation Quiet Comfort, a 501 c(3) provides emotional and moral support through care packages and cards sent to America’s military men and women. Monthly packages include...
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MARHALL COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS TO PARTICIPATE IN A DISTRICT WIDE COMMUNICATIONS EXERCISE

Amateur radio operators from Indiana District 2’s emergency communications teams will hold a Simulated Emergency Training (SET) exercise called “Operation Rainfall 22A,” on...
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Attorney General Rokita and Office Win Another Big Vaccine and Mask Case

Attorney General Todd Rokita took another punch at the Biden administration this week to fight an unlawful vaccine and mask mandate placed upon Hoosiers.  “No one should be...
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Local Sports

Four Winds Field becomes 9-Hole golf course as part of Best. Week. Ever.

South Bend community has opportunity to book individual, foursome and VIP tee times. SOUTH BEND — From Sept. 29 through Oct. 1, Four Winds Field will be transforming into a...
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Culver takes win over New Prairie

CULVER — Culver’s Lady Cavs had a big night taking a 7-2 win over New Prairie.Hamilton and Villegas were the names of the night with Kaylee Hamilton grabbing a pair...
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Lady Rockies shut out by Concord

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth suffered an NLC shut out at the hands of Concord by a 2-0 final•CONCORD 2, PLYMOUTH 0At Plymouth1st Half2nd Half66′ C – Camdyn Bolton74′...
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Bremen Jr. High cross country gets perfect score

With Benton not having a full boys’ team, Bremen boys scored a perfect meet with the lowest possible points of 15 to 48 against LaVille with Jailen Marmalejos, Joseph Davis,...
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Plymouth 4th at Wawasee

SYRACUSE — The Plymouth Junior Varsity Tennis Team traveled to Wawasee High School on Saturday, September 17th, to participate in the Wawasee Invitational. Plymouth...
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Gerber and Wiedeman CMA Athletes of the Month.

 CULVER — Gerber, a 6-foot-5-inch senior from Hudson, Ohio, plays tight end and defensive end for the football team. Gerber was also named the MaxPreps Indiana High...
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SJ blanks PHS

SOUTH BEND – Class 3A No. 5 South Bend Saint Joseph shut out Plymouth, 9-0. • SB ST. JOSEPH 9, PLYMOUTH 0 At South Bend SJ – own goal 2nd min SJ – E Frick...
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Bremen blasts JG

WALKERTON – Class 2A No. Bremen scored five goals in the first 20 minutes on the way to a 9-1 win over Glenn in NIC action Wednesday night. Hudson Fox had four goals and two...
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