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LJHS students enjoy their own computers in the classrooms

September 2, 2010
LJHS students enjoy their own computers in the classrooms

09/02/10  Wednsday marked the first day kids from Lincoln Junior High School had a chance to use their very own school computer while learning at school. It was part of the Plymouth Community School Corporations “Learning in the Present: Preparing for the Future” project initiative. This project loans a school owned notebook, “Macbook” computer...
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Trash Schedule Changed for Holiday

September 2, 2010
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09/02/10 Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt has announced a change in next week’s trash and recycling collection by the city’s trash hauler. The Labor Day Holiday will move the Plymouth trash pick-up scheduled back one day for everyone the whole week. Allied Waste will be closed on Monday, September 6th and will begin picking...
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INDOT Urges Drivers to Stay Alert during Holiday Weekend

September 2, 2010
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09/02/10 The Labor Day holiday weekend is a heavy travel time for drivers along Indiana highways and interstates. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) reminds Hoosiers to travel safely and plan ahead to allow for more driving time during this busy holiday weekend. Beginning Friday, September 3 at noon, most maintenance activities and construction...
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DNR ANNOUNCES WATERFOWL HUNTING WORKSHOP

September 2, 2010
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09/02/10 A waterfowl hunting workshop will be held on Saturday September 25th from 9 AM until 12 noon at the Tri-County Fish and Wildlife Area near North Webster.  Instructed by Indiana Conservation Officers and DNR Wildlife Biologists, some topics of discussion will be: The history of waterfowl hunting Waterfowl ID (study skins and wings...
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HEALTH OFFICALS WARN HOOSIERS OF INCREASED MOSQUITO ACTIVITY

September 2, 2010
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09/02/10 State health officials are continuing to urge Hoosiers to take precautions to protect themselves from mosquito-borne diseases. To date, West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in 31 counties across the state.  In addition, mosquitoes have tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis in Elkhart County. “Mosquitoes in Indiana can spread several different viruses,...
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SBA Encourages the Public to Plan for Disasters During National Preparedness Month

September 2, 2010
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09/02/10 In conjunction with the five-year anniversary of the devastating Gulf Coast storms of 2005, the U.S. Small Businesses Administration is encouraging business owners, homeowners and others to create their own disaster preparedness plan during National Preparedness Month in September. “There is a tendency to think that a large-scale disaster is not going to...
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Eagle Scout Project Brings New Historical Market to Chief Menominee’s Village

September 1, 2010
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09/01/10 A new historical marker to tell the location of Chief Menominee’s village site will be dedicated September 17 at 4:00 p.m. at the Menominee statue site. Tylor Borggren, Plymouth, has worked all summer on a project to earn his Boy Scout Eagle Award and preserve local history. A member of Troop 251, he...
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Marquardt Named Street Superintendent of Indiana

September 1, 2010
Marquardt Named Street Superintendent of Indiana

09/01/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that at the 2010 Annual Indiana Street Commissioners Convention, Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt was named Indiana Street Superintendent of the Year.  This honor was bestowed on Jim by his fellow Street Superintendents.  Marquardt was presented with a plaque by Lebanon’s Street Superintendent, Larry Lee...
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Cola Cola Sponsors Blueberry Stomp

September 1, 2010
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09/01/10 Francis Ellert Plant Manager for Coca Cola Bottling in Plymouth recently presented a check to Julie Stauffer, Executive Director of Adams Street Ministries.  The donation will assist the Youth Groups from several churches in hosting the 37th annual Blueberry Stomp.  The Blueberry Stomp will take place on Monday morning prior to the Labor...
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LJHS students use new computers in classrooms

September 1, 2010
LJHS students use new computers in classrooms

Today marked the first day kids from Lincoln Junior High School had a chance to use their very own school computer while learning at school. It was part of the Plymouth Community School Corporations “Learning in the Present: Preparing for the Future” project initiative.   This project loans a school owned notebook, “Macbook” computer and...
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