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BREMEN — Students in grades one to five are invited to register for the Bremen Children’s Choir, founded by Bethany Muck and Freya Varner.

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC) was one of seven schools districts chosen for the 10th annual JAKKS Pacific Toy Giveaway Pacers Sports and Entertainment (PS&E) holiday giveaway. 

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth Rockies assistant Coach Mike Kershner, his son William Kershner, assistant Coach Gene Skirvin, #78 Warren Sullivan, #64 Sam Driver, and #67 Reggie Vazquez #67 helped move a different Rockpile Saturday morning.

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Have you ever went to an event, parade, festival, etc.… and have seen ladies wearing some sort of decorative red hat? If you have, then you have encountered members of the Red Hat Society (RHS). It is an international social organization that was founded in 1998 in the United States.

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CULVER — Mary Jane Kutch is organizing the second annual Culver Living Nativity to be held at the Wesley United Methodist Church located at 511 School Street.

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NAPPANEE — After 50 years as a tourist attraction and hub for local events, Amish Acres will close its doors at the end of the fireworks finale of its New Year's Eve Celebration.

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HAMLET -- It feels like it was just a few months ago when Elizabeth and Rachel’s parents took them to Hensler’s to find the perfect Christmas tree. Their little coats and mittens were impatiently thrown on amidst giggles and excitement. Even though Mom and Dad took forever to get ready, the …

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CULVER — The Culver Tree Lighting has been a tradition in Culver for over a decade. Ambitious additions to the festivities have included cookie decorating, caroling and other activities organized by the local Culver Youth Community Organization (CYCO). This year, the student leadership organ…

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CULVER — Culver Union Township Public Library (CUTPL) held the first Macaroni and Cheese Throwdown Competition this Saturday. The contest was held in conjunction with the November food for fines program being held at the library. In an effort to help stock the shelves at the Culver Food Pant…

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PLYMOUTH -- The votes are in on the new branding logo for The REES that was established in 1940.

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BREMEN — With a sweet idea for a pumpkin, Bremen BP Bellmart's double-scoop ice cream cone made out of pumpkins won the inaugural Bremen Shopping Plaza pumpkin decorating contest, hosted by H&R Block.

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PLYMOUTH -- The South Bend School Corp., School City of Mishawaka and North Judson-San Pierre have announced that classes will be cancelled on Tuesday, Nov. 19, for the Red for Ed Action Day at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis. The day of action is to lobby state lawmakers to increase …

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KNOX — A new coffee business was hopping with Knox City officials and other members of the community on Friday. Rabbit Coffee Roasting Company owners Nathan and Mary Bradley and the Starke County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate their new location, at 10 S. M…

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PLYMOUTH — A little over a year ago, on the morning of July 18, a kitten was found sleeping on top of a refrigerator behind Opie’s restaurant in downtown Plymouth. The next morning, there were two kittens and their mother. ‘A.J.’ from Opie’s took both kittens home. The mother cat was too thi…

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PLYMOUTH – The Rees Theater has a new name and organizers behind the push to repurpose the former movie house are asking for the public’s help in picking out a new logo for the landmark.

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CULVER -- The first show of the 2019-2020 Huffington Concert Series will feature Nobuntu, a five member a'cappella ensemble comprised of young women from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Nobuntu celebrates the identities of being an African woman through their songs and dance.

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MARSHALL COUNTY — The performance ‘Layers’ by “Alignance in Motion” is an original creation of dance, poetry and music. The story of how the human experience seems to cycle with the seasons year after year is told using a variety of artistic layers including dance, piano, harp, song, sign la…

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In late September, Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that his office would no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases when it involves an ounce or less and the person is 18 or older. (The policy does not apply to persons under the age of 18. Cases involving trafficking or de…

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PLYMOUTH -- Cameron Carter, manager at the local gaming hub Got Game? and son of owner, Stephen Carter, has a fond smile on his face as he opens up with, “We opened the shop up about three years ago. We were avid board game and card gamers ourselves. We played a lot up at a store awhile away…

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PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Park Department, 1st Source Bank, and A & M Home Services are presenting the annual Haunted Grounds Wednesday, October 23 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event is free of charge and will be held at the Freyman Shelter which is located behind the tennis courts. 

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DONALDSON -- On a recent Friday at lunchtime, a stream of carts bearing crock pots flowed into Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center for a tasting of seven different chilis. The reason: This year, The Center at Donaldson will have an entry in the 28th Annual Fulton County Chamber of Comme…

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According to a recent USA Today article, between candy, decorations, greeting cards and costumes, the average American will spend $86.27 to celebrate the spookiest night of the year – Halloween. How much do you plan on spending to celebrate?

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PLYMOUTH – By a nearly two-to-one margin, most people who voted in an online Pilot News poll want the next mayor of Plymouth to be Democrat Josh Walker instead of Republican incumbent Mark Senter.

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PLYMOUTH — The City of Plymouth is hosting an ‘End of Summer Bash’  Friday, September 27 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. MGB will be providing live, musical entertainment in River Park Square sponsored by Opie’s Deli and Fernbaugh’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry.  The event is free and open to the public. 

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