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Archive for August, 2012

Laville shoots well in Girls Golf 3-way meet (Scorecard results)

August 22, 2012
Laville shoots well in Girls Golf 3-way meet  (Scorecard results)

 
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PHS Tennis wins two in a row!

August 22, 2012
PHS Tennis wins two in a row!

  Plymouth Boys Tennis swept Wawasee 5-0.    Then defeats Peru 5-0 to improve 2-1 (1-0 NLC). vs PERU   vs WAWASEE
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Burglary Monday Morning at Marathon Gas Station

August 21, 2012
Burglary Monday Morning at Marathon Gas Station

  08/22/12 Plymouth Police are investigating a burglary at the Marathon Gas Station at 2405 North Michigan Street. At 5:48 a.m. Monday two unknown suspect smashed the front door of the Marathon Station.  They entered the station and removed cigarettes then left the station in an unknown vehicle. The suspects had their faces covered...
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Plymouth Rock Golf Course Damaged by 5 Plymouth area Juveniles

August 21, 2012
Plymouth Rock Golf Course Damaged by 5 Plymouth area Juveniles

  08/22/12 A second golf course in Plymouth was vandalized by juveniles early Sunday morning.   A neighbor to the Plymouth Rock Golf Course on 7B Road woke up early Sunday morning to go fishing and heard yelling coming from the golf course.  When he looked out he saw several golf carts running up...
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Riverside Intermediate Students Receive Macbooks

August 21, 2012
Riverside Intermediate Students Receive Macbooks

  08/22/12 For the past couple of years, Riverside Intermediate students had access to macbook computers as each team shared the use of macbook carts.  Tuesday, five hundred eighty students each received a macbook in the implementation of the 1:1 program.  The picture (at am1050.com) shows the assembly line.  As students entered the room...
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City Council Reviews 2013 Budget at $11,082,572

August 21, 2012
City Council Reviews 2013 Budget at $11,082,572

  08/22/12 Monday evening members of the Plymouth Common Council got their first look at the 2013 budget during a work session. Each department head was on hand to explain the changes in their budget and answer questions of the council members. The total proposed City budget for 2012 is including the general fund,...
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Greenlee & American Container to be Honored by Boy Scouts

August 21, 2012
Greenlee & American Container to be Honored by Boy Scouts

  08/22/12 The 2nd Annual Marshall County Soaring Eagle Recognition Dinner will be held on Wednesday, August 29th starting at 6:00 p.m. at Christo’s Banquet Center on Lincolnway East. The prestigious Soaring Eagle Award is a scouting award exclusive to the LaSalle Council.  This award recognizes individuals who have been successful in their field...
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Great Bowls of Salsa Competition at Falloween

August 21, 2012
Great Bowls of Salsa Competition at Falloween

  08/22/12  The Falloween Festival in Walkerton is September 21st through the 23rd.  Added to the list of activities is the “Great Bowls of Salsa” contest open to high school students, amateur, and professional culinary competitors on Sunday, September 23rd.  Salsa is defined as fresh sauces composed as pepper, tomato based, fruit based, or...
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Pack-A-Backpack Passes Out to Nearly 700 Kids

August 21, 2012
Pack-A-Backpack Passes Out to Nearly 700 Kids

  08/22/12 Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 networked with the Indiana State Police for the annual Pack-A-Backpack campaign.  The two organizations would like to thank everyone involved in the 2012 Pac-A-Backpack Drive. With the help of the following businesses they were able to distribute close to 700 backpacks through-out the Marshall County Schools helping hundreds...
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Endangered Aquatic Plant Threatened at Bass Lake by Vehicle Traffic

August 21, 2012
Endangered Aquatic Plant Threatened at Bass Lake by Vehicle Traffic

  08/22/12 Indiana Conservation Officers and the Indiana Division of Nature Preserves are asking the public to help protect a state endangered aquatic plant. At Bass Lake in Starke County, vehicle tracks have been observed along the shore in areas of the lakebed that are now exposed due to this year’s drought.  These extremely...
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