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Triton 6th graders Learn About Ancient Olympics

December 5, 2012
Triton 6th graders Learn About Ancient Olympics

 12/06/12 On Friday, November 30, the Triton Elementary School 6th graders participated in the 19th Annual Triton 6th Grade Olympics.  After studying the Greeks and the beginning of the Ancient Olympics in Social Studies and Reading Class, the students were placed on 10 teams named after Ancient Greek City States.  They participated in events...
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Scouts Christmas Carol at Miller’s

December 5, 2012
Scouts Christmas Carol at Miller’s

  12/05/12 Cub Scout Pack #255 of Argos has made it an annual tradition to go Christmas caroling at Miller’s Senior Living Community during the month of December.  The pack and their leaders arrived at Miller’s Sunday afternoon, December 3 and serenaded the residents during their supper hour.  The scouts sang traditional as well...
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American Red Cross provides options for holiday giving

December 5, 2012
American Red Cross provides options for holiday giving

12/05/12 In a season filled with giving, there’s a multitude of ways you can give back to your community through your American Red Cross. “The gift you give today will be there for the patient needing blood, the family needing shelter, or the child who needs a hug and a blanket,” said Sharyn Whitman,...
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Pilgrims improve to 4-0 with historic win at SB St. Joe

December 5, 2012
Pilgrims improve to 4-0 with historic win at SB St. Joe

   There was excitement in last nights high school boys basketball game between the Plymouth Pilgrims and South Bend St. Joseph Indians.   By nights end, the Pilgrims remained undefeated on the season with a 57-45 historic win over St. Joe.   “We tonight would have its extra challenges.  The excitement of opening up a...
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Culver Shootings found to be Murder / Suicide

December 4, 2012
Culver Shootings found to be Murder / Suicide

12/05/12 On Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at approx. 10:41 p.m. a call was placed to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center requesting Culver Police and Culver EMS respond to the address of 419 West Madison Street, Culver, in regards to two male subjects found unresponsive for an unknown situation. Upon the arrival of Culver...
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Rep. Harman appointed to House committees

December 4, 2012
Rep. Harman appointed to House committees

12/05/12  House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) announced committee assignments and leadership appointments for the Indiana House Republican Caucus. State Rep. Tim Harman (R-Bremen) was appointed to three different House committees: Courts & Criminal Code, Government & Regulatory Reform and Local Government. “It is truly an honor to be appointed to these three committees,”...
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Plymouth Wastewater Treatment Facility Receives Laboratory Excellence Award

December 4, 2012
Plymouth Wastewater Treatment Facility Receives Laboratory Excellence Award

12/05/12 The Plymouth Wastewater Treatment Facility received a “Laboratory Excellence Award” at the 76th Annual Conference of the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) held from November 14-16, 2012 at the Westin Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. The Laboratory Excellence Award is awarded for outstanding achievement in the implementation of laboratory technique and administration.  The awards...
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Indiana’s Capitol Christmas Tree from Starke County

December 4, 2012
Indiana’s Capitol Christmas Tree from Starke County

12/05/12 This Friday, December 7th at 10 a.m. CST a 26 foot Concolor Fir growing at Hensler Nursery will be cut for Indiana’s Statehouse Rotunda.  Assisting the process to gently lower the tree will be the Kankakee Valley’s REMC in Wanatah. This special Fir tree will be gently place on a trailer for transport...
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Park Board Approves Increases to 2013 Fee Schedule

December 4, 2012
Park Board Approves Increases to 2013 Fee Schedule

  12/05/12  As a way to generate more revenue for the Plymouth Park Department, members of the Park Board unanimously approved increases to the 2012 fee schedule. Increases for shelter and picnic sites were not only for residents but for non-residents as well.  In fact, resident fees increased $5 a day for city tax...
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Applebee’s Dining to Donate to National Guard Family Readiness Group

December 4, 2012
Applebee’s Dining to Donate to National Guard Family Readiness Group

 12/05/12 A Thank-You Party is being planned for soldiers of the 381st Military Police Company headquartered in Plymouth and the 387th Military Police Company in New Albany who returned from Afghanistan last week. The unit, made up of about 110 soldiers was deployed from the Plymouth National Guard in January of this year. Angela...
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