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Archive for April, 2011

Plymouth FFA Needs Help on a Fundraising Project

April 21, 2011
Plymouth FFA Needs Help on a Fundraising Project

04/22/11  Plymouth High School’s Agriculture teacher and FFA (Future Farmers of America) Advisor, Kelli Hoffman, is seeking help from the community. She said, “On behalf of Plymouth High School FFA (Agriculture Department), we have been offered a unique opportunity to raise funds for our chapter by simply asking individuals to “vote” for our chapter...
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Joint Boards Interview Design Companies for Downtown Park

April 21, 2011
Joint Boards Interview Design Companies for Downtown Park

04/22/11 Wednesday evening a special joint meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and Park Board was held to interview prospective Design Companies for the downtown park. Each of the companies were allowed 20 minutes to tell members what they are all about, what they have done in the past, and how they would proceed...
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Ancilla College to Host NJCAA Men’s Division II National Golf Championships in 2012, 2014

April 21, 2011
Ancilla College to Host NJCAA Men’s Division II National Golf Championships in 2012, 2014

04/22/10 Ancilla College has been chosen as the official host of the 2012 and 2014 NJCAA Men’s Division II National Golf Championships, the College announced on Thursday. Over 100 of the top golfers in the nation will converge upon Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, IN, in late May of 2012 and 2014 to compete...
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K-9 Rex Finds Drugs in Vehicle

April 21, 2011
K-9 Rex Finds Drugs in Vehicle

04/22/11 Wednesday night about 10:30 Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop at Jefferson and Center Street for a vehicle violation.  The City’s K-9 Rex walked around the vehicle and indicated the presence of narcotics.  A search of the vehicle revealed several types of pills and hypodermic needles along with drug paraphernalia....
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“WE THE PEOPLE” Meeting

April 21, 2011
“WE THE PEOPLE” Meeting

04/22/11 The Next meeting of the “We the People of Marshall and Fulton Counties” will be Tuesday April 26th, 7PM at the Plymouth Library. This month’s guest speaker will be 2nd District Congressional Candidate Jackie Walorski. “We the People” is dedicated to conservative and smaller government, for Less Taxation on all people and restoration...
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Volunteers will dedicate a Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County home

April 21, 2011
Volunteers will dedicate a Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County home

04/22/11 On Sunday, May 1st at 2 p.m., a local family will join Rev. Larry Marhanka of The First United Methodist Church of Plymouth, Leroy Weigand of Lowe’s of Plymouth, and a crew of volunteers to dedicate a new Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County home built in partnership with Lowe’s. The 12th Habitat...
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House Passes Municipal Debt Management Proposal

April 21, 2011
House Passes Municipal Debt Management Proposal

04/22/11 Indiana’s House of Representatives  Thursday approved an amended proposal originating from the Senate designed to help distressed local governmental units better manage their finances. Senate Bill 105 passed in the House 60-34. Authored by State Sen. Ed Charbonneau and sponsored by Rep. Ed Soliday (Rs-Valparaiso), the legislation establishes a process distressed political subdivisions...
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“CIRCUS BEZERKUS” PHS Variety Show

April 21, 2011
“CIRCUS BEZERKUS” PHS Variety Show

04/22/11 On Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, Plymouth High School will be presenting their annual spring production.  This year a variety show entitled “Circus Bezerkus” will be presented.  The show involves over 120 students who are part of the Pit band, Jazz band, Chorus, Crimson Connection, MC’s, Skits, Dancers, and Stage Crew. ...
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PHS Academic Super Bowl Teams Bring Home 3rd Place

April 21, 2011
PHS Academic Super Bowl Teams Bring Home 3rd Place

04/22/11 The Plymouth High School Academic Super Bowl students competed Tuesday night in the Indiana Academic Super Bowl Senior Division at Northridge. The Fine Arts and Social Studies team each earned third place finishes in their categories. They competed in the Class Two division. The theme for this year was Latin America. The Social...
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Friend Report

April 21, 2011

As the legislature rushes headlong towards April 29, the week past seemed to be more like a normal session. Committees were trying to finish up their work, and the full House was voting on long and contentious calendars of bills. One of the most controversial bills was Senate Bill 575. This bill would limit...
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