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Archive for April, 2018

Elevated Fire Danger

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April 30, 2018
Elevated Fire Danger

According to Clyde Avery, the Marshall County Emergency Management Director said, the National Weather Service Hazardous Weather Outlook advises of the increased risk for “Elevated Fire Danger” for today through Tuesday afternoon. Southwesterly winds of 10 to 15 miles per hour, with higher gusts are possible, combined with afternoon relative humidity values dropping into the 15-25...
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1ST SOURCE BANK DONATES $15,000 TO TRITON SCHOOL CORPORATION

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April 30, 2018
1ST SOURCE BANK DONATES $15,000 TO TRITON SCHOOL CORPORATION

1st Source Bank recently donated $15,000 to support the purchase of nine iPads for each of the nine classrooms at Triton Elementary School. These iPads will allow students in kindergarten through second grade the opportunity to be competent, digital, citizens who possess 21st Century technological skills. Students use apps to engage in learning, and...
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Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

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April 29, 2018
Plymouth School Board Meeting Tuesday

The Plymouth School Board will hold both an executive session and a regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, May 1. The executive session beginning at 6:00 P.M. is closed to the public. The scheduled meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. and is an open meeting; however, comments from the audience are restricted to agenda...
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Plymouth Street Projects Continue this Week

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April 29, 2018
Plymouth Street Projects Continue this Week

Walsh & Kelly Inc. will continue with the 2018 Spring Street projects in the City of Plymouth this week. On Monday work will begin on Center Street from Monroe to Novelty. Tuesday, May 1st Walnut Street from Monroe to Novelty will be milled and then on Wednesday, Walsh & Kelly will work on Hehr...
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STYLIN’ ON THE LAKE: Styles and Stories of HISTORIC LAKE COTTAGES in CULVER and beyond

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April 29, 2018
STYLIN’ ON THE LAKE: Styles and Stories of HISTORIC LAKE COTTAGES in CULVER and beyond

Following the Civil War, wealthy American families began building cottages and great camps on the shores of lakes in upstate New York and along the Atlantic Ocean. With advances in transportation and labor policies, vacations soon became available to the middle class as well. To meet the burgeoning demand of vacationers, waterfront buildings were...
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Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Go Solar for Earth Care and Energy Savings

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April 29, 2018

The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ are proud to announce the first phase of a renewable energy effort, starting with two solar arrays at The Center at Donaldson. “We Poor Handmaids seek to show by our choices the respect we have for all of God’s creation or, as Pope Francis says in Laudato Sí to protect...
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Operation Prom at PHS last Friday

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April 29, 2018
Operation Prom at PHS last Friday

Plymouth High School had words of thanks to the dozens of volunteers who made the mock crash, Operation Prom 2018, possible Friday morning. The entire student body was able to witness the immediate consequences of drunk driving from the front lawn of the high school. Among the volunteers were the Plymouth Police Department, Plymouth...
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Plymouth Speedway Cabin Fever results

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April 29, 2018
Plymouth Speedway Cabin Fever results

PLYMOUTH—The Cabin Fever race night held a little bit of everything for the fans that braved the cold at Plymouth Speedway. If you prefer long green flag side by side racing or the rough and tumble endurance type, the “Playground of Power” was the place to be Saturday night. With good car counts in five different...
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Triton Scholars Honored at Nat. Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Moose Krause Chapter

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April 29, 2018
Triton Scholars Honored at Nat. Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Moose Krause Chapter

This past week, Triton Scholars, Drew Stichter and Matthew Hefner were recognized along with 38 of their peers for their outstanding work on the football field and in the classroom at the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Moose Krause Chapter. Triton School Corporation Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “It is nights like...
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AG Curtis Hill warns Hoosiers to take ‘buyer beware’ approach when doing business with used car dealers

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April 29, 2018
AG Curtis Hill warns Hoosiers to take ‘buyer beware’ approach when doing business with used car dealers

Two recent cases resolved by the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) serve as timely reminders to all Hoosiers to exercise extreme caution when purchasing used vehicles. In both scenarios, used car dealers failed to deliver titles and/or provide promised warranties to customers who paid for vehicles. In Delaware County, Capitol Motors LLC failed to...
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