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Archive for November, 2018

2019 DNR State Park Permits Available

November 27, 2018
2019 DNR State Park Permits Available

Annual entrance permits, horse tags, off-road cycling permits and lake permits for 2019 are on sale now at DNR Division of State Parks property offices. These passes and permits make great holiday gifts for outdoor lovers and are a wise self-gift, too. With a daily entrance fee of $7 per car at DNR properties,...
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Society of Broken Souls to Bring Their Unique Music to Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

November 27, 2018
Society of Broken Souls to Bring Their Unique Music to Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour

Lauryn Shapter and Dennis James of Society of Broken Souls join us on the Wild Rose Moon Radio Hour this coming weekend and week.   Along with Lincoln Junior High School radio announcer, Meg Robinson, and host, George Schricker, the Souls take us through stories concerning their songwriting process while sharing some of their beautiful songs. John Bahler,...
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Alicia Dennie is Miss Purdue University

November 27, 2018
Alicia Dennie is Miss Purdue University

By Maggie Nixon Correspondent WEST LAFAYETTE — The Rees Theater marquee welcomes Miss Purdue University back to town for Thanksgiving break, and boy is she ever thankful. Alicia Dennie, a sophomore at Purdue and Plymouth High School graduate (the daughter of Cory and Teresa Dennie) won the title just a week ago. “I am...
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Coaches Corner 11-24-18

November 27, 2018


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Plymouth vs. New Prairie (Boys basketball) 11-24-18

November 27, 2018


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What’s Your Opinion 11-27-18

November 27, 2018


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Tech Talk 11-27-18

November 27, 2018


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Whats Your Opinion 11-26-18

November 27, 2018


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St. Rep. Jack Jordan’s Resolution for “Ray Reed” Supported by City Council

November 26, 2018
St. Rep. Jack Jordan’s Resolution for “Ray Reed” Supported by City Council

Monday evening, State Representative Jack Jordon presented members of the Plymouth Common Council with a copy of a resolution from the House of Representatives to rename a portion of US 30 as the “Ralph ‘Ray’ Reed Memorial Drive.” Giving some details of the process, Jordan said between the Senate and House, only five opportunities...
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City Council Approves 3.5% Raise for Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer

November 26, 2018
City Council Approves 3.5% Raise for Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer

The ordinance to set the pay raise for the Mayor and Clerk/Treasurer of Plymouth was passed Monday evening during the Common Council meeting. The ordinance recommendation set forth by Councilman Don Ecker Jr. called for a 3.5% salary increase for 2019.  At the common council meeting two weeks ago Ecker said he was trying...
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