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Rain Dampens Pride of Plymouth’s Community Performance

October 30, 2013
Rain Dampens Pride of Plymouth’s Community Performance

  10/31/13 Wednesday evening the Pride of Plymouth Marching Band did a community performance of Fahrenheit 451.  Prior to the performance, Band Director Bryan Ames had nothing but positive comments for the students and staff.  He talked about band camp and marching on the black top when temperatures were near 100.  He said that...
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2 Arrested at Pilot Travel Center

October 30, 2013
2 Arrested at Pilot Travel Center

  10/31/13  On Tuesday afternoon October 29th a 4:07 Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputies Jonathan Bryant and Rob Hafke conducted an investigation at the Pilot Travel Center on US 30.  During their investigation, 24 year old Casey Schoof of Plymouth was arrested for an active felony warrant out of Starke County.   Also arrested was 35...
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MCCF ANNOUNCES MAKING A DIFFERENCE: A GIVING EVENT TO BENEFIT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN MARSHALL COUNTY

October 30, 2013
MCCF ANNOUNCES MAKING A DIFFERENCE: A GIVING EVENT TO BENEFIT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN MARSHALL COUNTY

    10/31/13 The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) announced this week the launch of,  Making a Difference, a special giving event to support nonprofits. From now until December 31, 2013, contributions made to designated funds (those that support specific organizations) will receive a 10% match. “Nonprofits are making a difference every day in...
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Studt Airlifted After Sycamore Crash

October 30, 2013
Studt Airlifted After Sycamore Crash

  10/31/13  On Tuesday, October 29th at 6:33 p.m. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Rob Hafke responded to a one vehicle roll-over accident on Sycamore Road north of US 6. A   Arriving on the crash scene it was learned that 59 year old Marina D. Studt of Plymouth driving a 2007 Ford Focus was...
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City Police Make Arrests

October 30, 2013
City Police Make Arrests

  10/31/13  On Friday, October 25th Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart received information that 48 year old Thomas L. Dohner of Plymouth, who was known to have active warrants was at an apartment located at 1007 Ed Cook Boulevard.  Arriving at the apartments, and assisted by other Plymouth Officers entry was permitted inside the...
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Help Operation Quiet Comfort Pack Holiday Stockings for the Troops

October 30, 2013
Help Operation Quiet Comfort Pack Holiday Stockings for the Troops

  10/31/13  Operation Quiet Comfort is a non-profit, charitable organization that puts together care packages and cards to send to wounded soldiers and those who care for them. This year’s “Fill a Stocking and a Soldiers Heart” program is in full swing.  The Operation Quiet Comfort packing center is located at the home of Ken...
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State Board of Education to Consider Proposed Changes to School Grading System

October 30, 2013
State Board of Education to Consider Proposed Changes to School Grading System

  10/31/13 A recommendation by a panel of educators working on improving the A-F grading systems for Indiana schools, calls for adding ISTEP + (Indiana Testing for Educational Progress) testing for grades one, two, nine and eleven. Currently, ISTEP + testing is given to students in grades 3-8 and ECA (End of Course Assessments)...
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Saturday Benefit Planned for Lynn Morris

October 30, 2013

10/31/13  A Dinner and Silent Auction Benefit for Lynn Morris will be held on Saturday, November 2nd at the Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist Church located at 8985 State Road 17 in Plymouth from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Lynn Morris was recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer and all proceeds from this...
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Presidents’ Trip to Rome Topic of Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

October 30, 2013
Presidents’ Trip to Rome Topic of Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

  10/31/13 Dr. Ron May, President of Ancilla College, was the featured presenter for the Ancilla College Lampen Lecture series Wednesday, October 24th. Dr. May visited Rome as an invited participant in the 2013 Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) Rome Seminar.  The purpose of the seminar is to allow dialogue between American...
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News from Triton Community Schools

October 30, 2013
News from Triton Community Schools

  10/31/13 Triton Community School Corporation Superintendent Donna Burroughs submitted  a number of press releases recently.  Several are listed below from the Elementary and Jr. Sr. High School. Courtnie Doll, a fourth grader at Triton Elementary School, holds up an item to be sold at the first quarterly auction in Mrs. Reese’s class. The...
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