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Chargers drop close one to Bethel

November 4, 2014

MISHAWAKA, IN –  The Ancilla Chargers men’s basketball team dropped a close 70-66 game to the Pilots of Bethel College Monday night. Leading the Chargers in an offensive showcase was sophomore Juwan Johnson, whose 27 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists were enough to lead the team, but ultimately fall short to the Pilots. Sophomore Mike...
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Julia Fern Hurford – 83 – from Plymouth

November 4, 2014
Julia Fern Hurford – 83 – from Plymouth

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Keith A. Berger – 70 – from Bremen

November 4, 2014
Keith A. Berger – 70 – from Bremen

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Rosa Maxine Carter – 86 – from Plymouth

November 4, 2014
Rosa Maxine Carter – 86 – from Plymouth

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Jefferson Street Bridge to Open Friday or Monday and 7th Rd Round-a-bout by end of year

November 4, 2014
Jefferson Street Bridge to Open Friday or Monday and 7th Rd Round-a-bout by end of year

Bart Trester, Project Supervisor from USI Consultants appeared before the Marshall County Commissioners Monday to update them on the 7th Road Project, Metronet conduit instillation project and Jefferson Street Bridge issues. Traffic has been running on the third phase of the round-a-bout and the contractor is in process of starting work on the round-about...
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Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

November 4, 2014
Park Board Moves on Construction Documents for Phase I of Freedom Park

Monday evening members of the Plymouth Park Board decided to move forward with the construction documents for phase I of Freedom Park with The Troyer Group. Last month the park board took the step to move the all-inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods while the city council approved funding for phase one...
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County Board of Finance Accepts Proposals from 5 Local Banks

November 3, 2014

The Marshall County Board of Finance met Monday morning to accept requests for proposals from banking institution within Marshall County that are interested in handling the County’s cash management accounts. Proposals were accepted from Lake City Bank, 1St Source Bank, Key Bank, Centier Bank and Teachers Credit Union. The proposals were opened and taken...
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Plymouth Community School Corp. Opens Title III Funded Pre-School

November 3, 2014
Plymouth Community School Corp. Opens Title III Funded Pre-School

Plymouth Community School Corporation is proud to announce the opening of their Title lll funded preschool program. The first day of preschool was Monday, November 3rd. The new preschool program is housed at Jefferson Elementary School and currently services 18 of our EL/Migrant students. Carolina Figueroa, the preschool teacher, is in her first year...
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Local Comments on Riverside’s Selection as New Tech Demonstration Site

November 3, 2014
Local Comments on Riverside’s Selection as New Tech Demonstration Site

A second school in the Plymouth School Corporation has been named a demonstration site by the New Tech Network (NTN). NTN sites focus on teaching students “how to learn” as opposed to “what to learn” by incorporating projects and presentations into the curriculum. The Innovation Academy at Riverside Intermediate is now a demonstration site...
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WorkOne’s JAG Program Sponsors Veterans Day Appreciation Walk in Plymouth

November 3, 2014
WorkOne’s JAG Program Sponsors Veterans Day Appreciation Walk in Plymouth

WorkOne’s Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program is sponsoring a Veterans Day Appreciation Walk and Benefit on Friday, November 7th in Plymouth. The walk will be held in River Park Square at the corner of Garro and Water Streets from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Donations of any amount will be appreciated. JAG specialists...
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