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Indiana State Police Participate in Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) Campaign

May 9, 2013
Indiana State Police Participate in Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) Campaign

  05/10/13 Starting this Sunday, May 12, Indiana State Police will be participating in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Ticket Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) campaign to reduce the number of crashes involving commercial motor vehicles and passenger cars. Troopers will participate in this campaign through Saturday, June 8th. The TACT program uses...
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April 2013 Jail Stats

May 9, 2013
April 2013 Jail Stats

  05/10/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the April Jail Stats. There were 140 bookings into the Marshall County Jail last month. 83 men and 49 women were book from the various departments with the Sheriff’s Officers arresting 45 of the males and 16 of the females.  The differences were 8 individuals who...
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Heidi Keiser ’11 Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

May 9, 2013
Heidi Keiser ’11 Receives NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

  05/10/13 Heidi N. Keiser, a 2007 graduate of PHS and a 2011 graduate of DePauw University, is the recipient of a 2013 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship. Now in graduate school studying industrial/organizational (business) psychology at the University of Minnesota, Keiser and other Fellows benefit from a three-year...
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M.C. Republican Committee Statement on Gov. Bowen

May 9, 2013
M.C. Republican Committee Statement on Gov. Bowen

    05/10/13 The Marshall County Republican Committee released the following statement in regards to the death of former Governor Otis R. Bowen. We join in the multitude of state and national accolades and expressions of sympathy in the passing of Governor Otis R. Bowen, M.D.   It is not often a local  organization, such...
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“Exercise You Brain” at Museum during Second Friday

May 9, 2013
“Exercise You Brain” at Museum during Second Friday

  05/10/13 ZUMBA ZUMBA ZUMBA!  2nd Fridays in Downtown Plymouth tonight (May 10th)  will be hosting “Fitness Fun” on the streets!  Grab your tennis shoes for group class instruction on Garro Street beginning at 5:00 p.m. with Zumba and Boot Camp Skills and then Zumba again at 6 p.m., sponsored by the LifePlex.  Walgreens...
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The Center at Donaldson Memorializes Dennis Emmons with Tree Planting Dedication Service

May 9, 2013
The Center at Donaldson Memorializes Dennis Emmons with Tree Planting Dedication Service

  05/10/13 On Tuesday, April 23, a group of family and friends of Dennis Emmons, Jr., gathered at The Center at Donaldson for a tree planting dedication service in memory of Dennis Emmons- a long-time supporter of Ancilla College, Earthworks and many other programs within the ministry center community.  Athletic Director Gene Reese proudly...
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Music & Insects Opening Day at Farmers’ Market

May 9, 2013
Music & Insects Opening Day at Farmers’ Market

    05/10/13  The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) opening day is traditionally the day before Mother’s Day. The Market is held Saturdays from 7:30 to11:30 a.m. in River Park Square at Garro and River Streets, east of Michigan. The area is now officially a city park known as River Park Square and under the...
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GOV. PENCE SIGNS JOBS BUDGET, LARGEST STATE TAX CUT IN INDIANA HISTORY

May 9, 2013
GOV. PENCE SIGNS JOBS BUDGET, LARGEST STATE TAX CUT IN INDIANA HISTORY

  05/10/13 Governor Mike Pence Wednesday signed the state’s biennial budget, HEA 1001, at Crawford Industries in Crawfordsville. “This is a jobs budget, and it signals that Indiana is open for business,” said Pence. “By preserving Indiana’s strong fiscal position, increasing funding for schools and roads, and giving Hoosiers $600 million a year in...
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PHS Students Compete in Dragon Day at Argos

May 9, 2013
PHS Students Compete in Dragon Day at Argos

  05/10/2013  On Friday, May 3, Mrs. Selner’s life skills class at Plymouth High School participated in the first annual “Dragon Day” at Argos High School.  PHS students completed against students from LaVille and Argos in track and field events as well as a spirit contest. PHS students won both the Overall Team Award for most points...
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EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANS GRADES 9–12

May 9, 2013
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR INSTRUMENTAL MUSICIANS GRADES 9–12

  05/10/13 The Wagon Wheel Theatre is Warsaw is offering high school students an opportunity to experience the Summer Youth Pit Orchestra Workshop.  The experience will include a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance.  Students who have an interest in performance music will be rewarded with the opportunity to work with professional...
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