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Archive for April, 2012

TONIGHT PHS BASEBALL GAME vs NORTHRIDGE: CANCELLED!

April 30, 2012
TONIGHT PHS BASEBALL GAME vs NORTHRIDGE:  CANCELLED!

  Tonight’s PHS Baseball game vs Northridge has been postponed & rescheduled for tomorrow afternoon. WTCA Pre-Game will begin around 5:00pm.
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Former Marshall County Commissioner Killed in Crash

April 29, 2012
Former Marshall County Commissioner Killed in Crash

04/30/12 A crash on US 30 at Cedar Road claimed the life of a Marshall County man and sent his wife to the hospital.   Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger released the name of the driver killed Sunday afternoon in a car/semi accident at US 30 and Cedar Road in Bourbon. 82 year old...
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School Board Updated on Pool Renovations and Contracting Bus Maintenance with Local Company

April 29, 2012
School Board Updated on Pool Renovations and Contracting Bus Maintenance with Local Company

  04/30/12  Plymouth School Board will meet on Tuesday, May 1 for a regularly scheduled meeting. The meeting will be held at the Administration Off ice Board Room at 7:00 p.m.    Agenda items include a report on the progress of the pool removal at Plymouth High School. Over the spring break, crews were...
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DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANT TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO KNOX INDUSTRIAL PARK

April 29, 2012
DONNELLY ANNOUNCES GRANT TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO KNOX INDUSTRIAL PARK

  04/30/12 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that the Board of Commissioners of Starke County received a $503,000 grant to improve access to Knox Industrial Park, an area zoned and planned for the purpose of industrial development. The grant was awarded through the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA). This investment will...
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$1,000 Built Ford Tough – FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Youth

April 29, 2012
$1,000 Built Ford Tough – FFA Scholarship Awarded to Local Youth

  04/30/12 Allysen Rospopo, a 2012 graduate of Argos HS FFA, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by Oliver Ford Lincoln and Ford Motor Company.  Rospopo’s parents are Richard Rospopo and Christine Rospopo of Argos.  Rospopo plans to study Pre-Vet/Vet Sciences at International Business College (IN). The Built Ford Tough – FFA Scholarship Program...
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New Foundation to Support Plymouth Schools

April 29, 2012
New Foundation to Support Plymouth Schools

   04/30/12 Providing a support base for the Plymouth Community Schools far into the future will be the task of a newly forming group. The Plymouth Education Foundation will be a not for profit fundraising organization committed to support the programs of the Plymouth Community School Corporation in order to provide opportunities that enhance...
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Donna Veal Interim Director of Housing Authority

April 28, 2012
Donna Veal Interim Director of Housing Authority

   04/30/12 When Dean Byers left a position at the end of 2011 with the Marshall County Housing Authority that he had held officially since 1995, he knew he was leaving the office in good hands.   Byers, who had been one of the original organizers bringing housing aide to those in need, said they...
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John Glenn Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

April 28, 2012
John Glenn Student Wins Congressional Art Competition

04/30/12 On Saturday, Congressman Joe Donnelly congratulated the winners of the 2012 Congressional Art Competition by video message at Crossroads Gallery in South Bend.  Over 120 local high school students participated in this year’s art competition.  Donnelly announced that Mariah Rippy, a student at John Glenn High School in Walkerton, won first place for...
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Young Author Event at Argos School

April 27, 2012
Young Author Event at Argos School

04/30/12 The annual Young Authors’ Conference, sponsored by the Marshall County Reading Council, was held in a different format this year.  Over a two-week period, guest author Tim Smith, AKA Buck Wilder, shared his love of the outdoors at EVERY elementary school in Marshall County as well as Lincoln Junior High.   Wilder, author of...
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PHS Social Studies & Fine Arts Teams Place Third

April 27, 2012
PHS Social Studies & Fine Arts Teams Place Third

   04/30/12 The Plymouth High School Social Studies & Fine Arts teams both placed third at the Indiana Academic Super Bowl Competition at Northridge High School on Tuesday, April 17.  They competed in Class Two and the theme for this year was Colonial & Revolutionary America. Mrs. Hargrove thought this was the best that...
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