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Archive for May, 2011

LaVille School Board Considers Full-Time Kindergarten

May 27, 2011
LaVille School Board Considers Full-Time Kindergarten

05/31/11 When state funding for school corporations was cut drastically last year, Union-North United School Corporation Superintendent, Dr. Terry Barker, had to make some hard decisions to uphold his pledge to get the corporation’s budget back into the “black”. One of the most controversial decisions was to reduce the kindergarten program to half-days rather...
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Weather Doesn’t Dampen Senior Picnic

May 27, 2011
Weather Doesn’t Dampen Senior Picnic

05/31/11  Mother Nature dampened the plans for the senior picnic that was to be held on Wednesday at the Centennial Park.  The picnic was canceled because of the rain that passed through during the day.  However, she was not able to keep Chicago entertainer Ed Parzygnat away from Plymouth.  Parzygnat arrived at Miller’s Senior...
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Opinion Show 5/27/11

May 27, 2011


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Opinion Show 5/26/11

May 27, 2011


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Pride of Plymouth Leaves for Washington D.C.

May 27, 2011
Pride of Plymouth Leaves for Washington D.C.

05/27/11  The Pride of Plymouth Marching Band and P.H.S. Choir will be leaving at 4:00 today (Friday) from Plymouth High School bound for Washington D.C.   This is the first invitation for the PHS Music Department to perform in Washington DC during the Memorial Day weekend festivities and considered an honor as they represent Indiana.  ...
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STATEHOUSE REPORT FROM REP. NANCY DEMBOWSKI

May 27, 2011

Across Indiana, the school year is drawing to a close.             Certainly it is a time for reflection, but I believe this year demands something more than simply rehashing fond memories of times with friends.             Through initiatives enacted by single-party rule in our state government, we are about to see a series of...
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Clutch hitting in last at bats sends Plymouth to round two of Sectionals.

May 26, 2011
Clutch hitting in last at bats sends Plymouth to round two of Sectionals.

Mother Nature wasn’t very cooperative last night in the first sectional game for the Plymouth Pilgrims against the New Prairie Cougars.   A pass ball by New Prairie gives Plymouth a 4-3 to advance. “Tonight was a weird night for everyone.  The weather, our mistakes we made, timely hitting, timely pitching by Richie, a key...
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Marshall County Health Officials Advise Residents to Protect Themselves Against Mosquitoes

May 26, 2011
Marshall County Health Officials Advise Residents to Protect Themselves Against Mosquitoes

05/27/11 The wet spring has produced a LARGE number of nuisance mosquitoes.   Marshall County Health Officer Dr. Byron Holm urges county residents to take the following protective steps when they are outdoors to help protect themselves from mosquito bites: *Avoid being outdoors during prime mosquito biting times, dark to dawn, when possible. *Apply insect...
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Memorial Day Services

May 26, 2011
Memorial Day Services

05/27/11 Citizens of Marshall County are invited to attend the Memorial Day Services at the Court House, Yellow River Bridge and Oak Hill Cemetery on Monday, May 30th.  The American Legion Post 27, local VFW Home and Marshall County Chapter 42 of the DAV will be conducting Memorial Day ceremonies a several locations in...
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Motorists Warned to Buckle Up or Pay Up This Holiday Weekend

May 26, 2011
Motorists Warned to Buckle Up or Pay Up This Holiday Weekend

05/27/11 Hoosiers can expect to see more law enforcement officers out on roadways this Memorial Day weekend as Indiana’s Click It or Ticket mobilization continues. More than 260 Indiana law enforcement agencies are participating in this national enforcement effort, which specifically targets unbelted motorists.  There were more than 15,000 crashes in Indiana during the...
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