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Shown is one of the possible concepts for Centennial Park Public Pool. Troyer Group Architect Mike Reese presented two concepts to the Plymouth Park Board for its consideration on Monday night. The current pool was originally built in 1967. Read more about this proposal in Wednesday's editio…
INDIANA — Many hosts have expressed concerns about hosting Solo & Ensemble this coming January and February. Covid-19 continues to be a public health risk and extra precautions must be approved by public health officials if any large indoor event is being held.
Attorney General Curtis Hill announced today that Jamie Johnson will be a keynote speaker at the 11th annual Drug Abuse Symposium, which takes place Oct. 22 in downtown Indianapolis.
(Minneapolis, MN) Arts Midwest announced today that it is adding $1.5 million in funding to the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund thanks to an anonymous donor. This landmark gift will support additional small arts organizations in the Midwest, prioritizing rural communities and art…
INDIANAPOLIS - Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch today announced the official launch of an arts, cultural and Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) grant totaling $10 million in financial assistance. The funding for this grant program comes from the CARES Act. In a partnership, the Indiana Des…
MARSHALL COUNTY — An annual favorite, the Marshall County Senior Expo has been cancelled for 2020. Janis Jeffirs Holiday, Executive Director of the Marshall County Council on Aging, the agency that coordinates the Senior Expo, said there have been many conversations on whether or not it woul…
AREA — The sweet treat most like to eat has its own day in the sun. Every third Sunday in July has been decreed as the day to celebrate National Ice Cream Day. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan issued the proclamation that not only proclaimed the third Sunday of the month of July as National …
The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour is back for an exciting extravaganza of creative talent for their July installment. Smooth-voiced host, George Schricker, interviews guests, Emma Hamel, The Mount Olympus Players, and Ryan Mear for three unique creative takes on life, sorrow, and love. This epis…
INDIANAPOLIS - Arts Midwest announced the recipients of $1.17 million in Shakespeare in American Communities grants, including a $20,000 grant to Shakespeare Notre Dame.
INDIANAPOLIS — The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announces the nonprofit arts organizations recommended for direct funding through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. As part of this funding, 12 Indiana organizations will receive a total of $600,000 in non…
ARGOS – After months of planning and much behind the scenes work, a project of the Stellar Communities Designation will break ground in Argos next month.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 523 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 43,655 the total number of Indian…
BREMEN — The Patriotic Porches of Bremen decorating contest is beginning! The contest is sponsored by Bremen Community Cares Main Street. Anyone within the Bremen town limits is able to participate by decorating their porches with patriotic colors, lights and decor between July 1 and 4. Thos…
PLYMOUTH -- Many of the best performances by an array of top performers from all over the globe can be heard this week on The Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour.
PLYMOUTH — Plymouth High School students from band, choir, orchestra and theatre held their annual Holiday Spectacular Show Friday, December 6 and Saturday December 7. Over 300 students participated in the event.
CULVER -- Email your favorite Holiday Hop, Living Nativity, and Holiday Event 2019 photos to Editor Jamie Fleury @ email@example.com for possible publication in the Culver Citizen next week.
MARSHALL COUNTY — It’s that time of year again. Not only for the holidays, but for the annual member exhibit at the Heartland Artists Gallery for the month of December. The theme for this year’s exhibit is “Time” and the member show is “It’s all about TIME.” Gallery member and Culver residen…
STARKE COUNTY — The Starke County Young Professionals (SCYP) are hosting a Holiday Cook Off on Sunday, Dec. 15 at the Community Services of Starke County Building in Knox.
People who enjoy Celtic music are in for a treat this Saturday, December 7th, at Wild Rose Moon Performing Arts Center in Historic Downtown Plymouth, as the energetic Irish/American band, Soltre, will perform at two different times – once, on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour at 11:00 a.m., and …
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.
PLYMOUTH — Boy Scout Troop 251 is holding their annual Christmas benefit buffet Sunday, December 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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.
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.
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.
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.
PLYMOUTH – A Pilot News poll determined most respondents were in favor of school districts closing on Tuesday, Nov. 19, so area educators could travel to Indianapolis to lobby the Statehouse for education reform.
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 …
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…
PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department has a pair of family-friendly events in the works for early December.
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…
PLYMOUTH -- Lincoln Junior High School will host a Commemorative Community Day from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday.
PLYMOUTH -- Town of Culver professional photographer Tony Straw has work being featured at the Heartland Artists Gallery located at 101 N. Michigan St.
PLYMOUTH — Downtown Plymouth’s annual Christmas tree lighting will be held on Saturday, November 30. The theme for the festivities this year is “Christmas on the Silver Screen”.
PLYMOUTH -- Yolanda’s has been serving this community for a total of 16 years. Edgar Quiroz, manager, bartender, and son of owner Yolanda Quiroz, has worked at the family business since he was 12 years old.
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.
WARSAW – Formal charges have been filed against an Etna Green man allegedly connected to a shooting earlier this month.
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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