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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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Noted freshwater scientist Dr. Charles Goldman speaking May 16 at Academies’ Roberts Auditorium

May 9, 2013
Noted freshwater scientist Dr. Charles Goldman speaking May 16 at Academies’ Roberts Auditorium

  05/10/13  Noted limnologist and oceanographer Charles Goldman, Ph.D., a 1948 alumnus of Culver Military Academy, will present a public lecture on Thursday, May 16, at 7 p.m. in Roberts Auditorium, located in the Roberts Hall of Science on the campus of Culver Academies. The lecture is free and open to the public. Goldman,...
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GOVERNOR PENCE VETOES LICENSING LEGISLATION

May 9, 2013
GOVERNOR PENCE VETOES LICENSING LEGISLATION

  05/10/13 Governor Mike Pence Wednesday vetoed HEA 1242 requiring licenses for diabetes educators and SEA 273, which created a license requirement for anesthesiologist assistants and dietitians, as well as state certification for music therapists.   “Lower taxes and less regulation, including fewer licensing requirements, will mean more jobs for Hoosiers,” said Pence. “I...
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Miller’s Honors Teachers

May 9, 2013
Miller’s Honors Teachers

  05/10/13 Residents and Staff of Miller’s Senior living Community honored area school teachers during National Teacher Appreciation Day.  Marshall County teachers received Miller’s “Best of Marshall County” award winning cookies in their teacher’s lounge from the Miller’s dietary department.  Plymouth School teachers and retired teachers were invited to the assisted living facility after...
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Former Rockie on his way to play in Panama

May 9, 2013
Former Rockie on his way to play in Panama

   A group of Wabash College football players defeated the Panamanian National Team 18-0 back in 2006. The Little Giants will return to Panama next week for a nine-day tour of the country and a game against an all-star team on Sunday. The shrill sound of a whistle and crunching of shoulder pads hitting...
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PHS Speech Team to Host Showcase 2013 on Saturday

May 8, 2013
PHS Speech Team to Host Showcase 2013 on Saturday

    05/09/13 The Plymouth High School Speech Team will be hosting Showcase 2013 on Saturday, May 11 at 7 p.m. to give the entire community an opportunity to hear accomplished performances. The showcase will give 11 competitors heading to the National Catholic League Forensic (NCFL) tournament in Philadelphia, PA over Memorial Day. Two of...
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Military Plane at Plymouth Airport

May 8, 2013
Military Plane at Plymouth Airport

  05/09/13  On Wednesday afternoon the Plymouth Municipal Airport was visited by a fly in from the Indiana National Guard, a Sherpa Aircraft out of Indianapolis.    Airport Manager Dave Lattimer said that the Indiana National Guard flew in on Wednesday to make arrangements for transporting those from Indianapolis who will be attending former...
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Tuesday Arrests by City Officers

May 8, 2013
Tuesday Arrests by City Officers

  05/09/13  On Tuesday, May 7th at 3:41 P.M. Plymouth Police Sergeant Joe Deisch responded to Wal-Mart after a complaint of a subject trespassing.  Arriving at the store, 33 year old David G. Johnson of Grovertown was taken into custody for criminal trespass.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked on...
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