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Archive for August, 2018

Therapy Dogs Visit Triton Scholars

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August 28, 2018
Therapy Dogs Visit Triton Scholars

The Triton School Corporation took time last week to thank the Plymouth Veterinary Clinic (PVC Pals) and Ally Fishbaugh for donating their time, talents, and K-9′s for Triton Scholars to enjoy. Each of the dogs they brought are therapy dogs that provide comfort and security to students and staff alike. Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said,...
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What’s Your Opinion 8-28-18

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August 28, 2018


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Tech Talk 8-28-18

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August 28, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 8-27-18

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August 28, 2018


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Coaches Corner 8-25-18

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August 28, 2018


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Plymouth vs. Kokomo 8-24-18 (Football)

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August 28, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 8-24-18

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August 28, 2018


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City Council Approves 2019 Salary Ordinance with Amendment and 2% Raise

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August 28, 2018
City Council Approves 2019 Salary Ordinance with Amendment and 2% Raise

Members of the Plymouth City Council approved the ordinance to set salaries for 2019 during their meeting Monday evening after making an amendment to it. The City Aviation Department wanted to make a significant change to the personnel section of their budget.  Bill Sheley Airport Manger told the council he would like to move...
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2018 Blueberry Festival Collector Basket

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August 28, 2018
2018 Blueberry Festival Collector Basket

The 52nd Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival over Labor Day Weekend unveiled the 14th collector basket on WTCA Friday morning. Sherrie Martin, Festival Coordinator said, “The basket is created by Peterboro Basket Company in New Hampshire. This year’s basket is the Intimate Picnic Basket for 2. Made of Appalachian white ash, the same wood baseball bats...
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Board of Public Works & Safety Affirm Order to Take Action on 801 Sycamore St.

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August 27, 2018
Board of Public Works & Safety Affirm Order to Take Action on 801 Sycamore St.

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety affirmed an order to take action on the 801 Sycamore Street property. City Building Commission Keith Hammonds said he mailed orders to two different address and they were both returned undelivered.  The city then advertised in the paper their plans to demolish the structure....
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