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Pilgrims survive to Friday

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February 28, 2017
Pilgrims survive to Friday

SOUTH BEND – They’ll talk about the wild end but it was simply a wild game as Plymouth hung on to take a 52-51 win in overtime over South Bend Washington in the opening round of sectional action at South Bend. It was a game that never saw a lead bigger than 5, was...
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Plymouth High School Competes at Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust Competition

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February 28, 2017
Plymouth High School Competes at Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust Competition

On Friday, February 24th, eleven students from Plymouth High School had the honor to attend the Purdue University ASCE Bridge Bust Competition in West Lafayette. The objective of the competition is to build a balsa wood bridge that can carry the largest capacity possible, using as few materials as possible. Awards are based on...
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Plymouth High School Rockpile Naming Right Sponsorships Available

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February 28, 2017
Plymouth High School Rockpile Naming Right Sponsorships Available

This past fall, Plymouth High School finished renovations on a brand new athletic area with a new impressive entryway to the high school track and “Rockpile” football field. The multi-million dollar renovations include, (ADA) American Disability Act accessible bleachers, a brand new freestanding concession building, a storage building, a beautiful outdoor patio picnic area,...
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City Police Arrest Dutcher and Jackson for Probation Violations

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February 28, 2017
City Police Arrest Dutcher and Jackson for Probation Violations

Plymouth Police responded to the Marshall County Probation Department on two occasions Monday morning for motions to revoke probation. About 9:30 Officer Bob DeLee arrested 28 year old Aimee Jackson of South Bend for violating the terms of her probation.  She was held on a $500 cash bond. A short time later, Officer Ray...
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Mishler and Eckerty: Career and Technical Education Bill Passes Senate

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February 28, 2017
Mishler and Eckerty: Career and Technical Education Bill Passes Senate

A bill authored by State Senators Ryan Mishler (R-Bremen) and Doug Eckerty (R-Yorktown) to improve Career and Technical Education (CTE) passed the Senate Tuesday by a vote of 43-6. Senate Bill 198 makes various changes to CTE funding, including increasing funding for courses in high-wage, high-demand job fields. Other major changes include: ·        Transferring the administration...
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Plymouth Driver Arrested for Operating Without a License

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February 28, 2017
Plymouth Driver Arrested for Operating Without a License

Last Thursday afternoon about 2:30 Plymouth Police Officer Steve DeLee witnessed a vehicle disregard the red light at Oak and Pidco Drives. He stopped the vehicle near Markley and Western and found the driver, 35 year old Hermila Xique-Roldan had never received a driver’s license.  Roldan was arrested for Operator Never Licensed and transported...
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Wythougan Toastmasters Offers FREE Breakfast this Friday to all Guests

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February 28, 2017
Wythougan Toastmasters Offers FREE Breakfast this Friday to all Guests

Wythougan Toastmasters in Plymouth is celebrating the 11th anniversary of their chartering with a special event this Friday, March 3rd. Toastmasters is a world leader in communication and leadership development.  This is a convenient, low-cost, local training class for busy professionals to meet once a week to sharpen communication and leadership skills in a...
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Plymouth in Top 20 of Safest Cities in Indiana

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February 28, 2017
Plymouth in Top 20 of Safest Cities in Indiana

Safety has always been an important factor when searching for a new place to call home, but a wavering political system combined with an increase in violent crime has made safety the number one priority for many Americans. Because navigating through crime statistics can be a difficult and time-consuming process, the National Council for...
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STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT’S MOMS HELPLINE HELPS THOUSANDS OF HOOSIERS

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February 28, 2017
STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT’S MOMS HELPLINE HELPS THOUSANDS OF HOOSIERS

The Indiana State Department of Health’s MOMS Helpline has received more than 5,000 calls in the past year as it works to connect Hoosiers with maternal and child health services and help reduce Indiana’s infant mortality rate.   The MOMS Helpline, a service of the Maternal and Child Health division at the state health...
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Tidbits from Triton

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February 28, 2017
Tidbits from Triton

DECA is a national organization for future business leaders. The organization prepares leaders and entrepreneurs for careers and education in marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and otherbusiness areas. Students participating from Triton High School include: Haley Hooley,  Tiffaney Hughes, Whytnie Miller, Haylee Copsey, Karianne Dunifin, Abigail Powell, Izzy Cretcher, Wyatt Stephan, Adam Stevens, and Hannah...
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