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Archive for April, 2012

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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Plymouth overcomes a huge error in late innings for NLC win!

April 27, 2012
Plymouth overcomes a huge error in late innings for NLC win!

  Plymouth and Wawasee traded the lead three times on Thursday, but Plymouth ended up on top with a 5-2 win in seven innings over Wawasee. Plymouth pulled out the win thanks to a strong sixth inning. After giving two runs to Wawasee in the B-5th inning on dropped infield fly,  Plymouth went up...
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Encore presents Lake Effect Winds at PCC

April 27, 2012
Encore presents Lake Effect Winds at PCC

   04/30/12 Whether you want to welcome spring or give the mother in your life a special Mother’s Day gift, join Encore Performing Arts for their second in a series of ‘Dinner and Music’ concerts. Lake Effect Winds, a woodwind quintet based in the St. Joseph, Michigan area, performs a wide variety of music. Their...
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Opinion Show Debra Connor 1 Book/1 Town 4/23/12

April 27, 2012


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Tax Payers Question Union North School Board on Substantial Increase

April 27, 2012
Tax Payers Question Union North School Board on Substantial Increase

   04/30/12 The Union-North School Board voted to establish a new position of Director of Operations over custodial staffs, transportation, grounds and maintenance for the 2012-2013 school year. During a meeting on April 26, the vote on the matter was 3-2 with members Dave Grenert, Dennis Graff, and Mike Berger voting in favor and...
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A Sobering Reminder of Drinking & Driving, Mock Crash at PHS

April 26, 2012
A Sobering Reminder of Drinking & Driving, Mock Crash at PHS

   04/27/12 With the Plymouth High School Prom this weekend the school’s LEAD (Leaders Eliminating Alcohol and Drugs) Club planned a visual example of the effects of drinking and driving with a mock crash.    Thursday morning about 10 a.m. nearly 1200 students converged on the front lawn of the high school where a...
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Roger McKinney Jr Arrested for Leaving an Accident Scene

April 26, 2012
Roger McKinney Jr Arrested for Leaving an Accident Scene

04/27/12 On Sunday, April 22nd at 7:15am, the Marshall County Police Department received a call reporting a person leaving the scene of an accident. A vehicle had struck a utility pole on King Road near 12th Road. The vehicle, a silver Jeep Cherokee was left at the scene of the accident with no one...
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Western Ave, Closure Extended

April 26, 2012
Western Ave, Closure Extended

  04/27/12 City of Plymouth Engineer, Rick Gaul announced Thursday afternoon an extension for the closure of Western Avenue.    The closure of Western Avenue will be extended one day, thru Monday April.  Asphalt placement is scheduled for Monday and the street will be opened once asphalt placement is completed.  The closure was needed...
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Historical Society’s 41st Annual Dinner

April 26, 2012
Historical Society’s 41st Annual Dinner

  04/27/12 This week the Marshall County Historical Society held their 41st Annual Dinner at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth.    After a wonderful dinner the business meeting was conducted by Dr. Ron Liechty.  The financial report ending December 31, 2011 showed a total of $185,702.93 in all funds including the Expansion Fund, Endowment...
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Argos Town Board Trying to Help Local Business with Septic Issues

April 26, 2012
Argos Town Board Trying to Help Local Business with Septic Issues

  04/27/12 The Argos Town Council was informed of a possible building code violation. Dave Poisel, owner of Marshall County Discount Center, got a building permit for enlarging the former Argos Lumber Company buildings. He was wanting to expand the inside archery range. While trying to do the right thing, he opened a “can...
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