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Plymouth School Board Approves New Funding Structure

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November 6, 2018
Plymouth School Board Approves New Funding Structure

The Plymouth School Board voted 4-0 on November 5 to approve moving funds into a new school funding structure that meets new state requirements under House Bill 1009.   Beginning in 2019, their General Fund will be replaced by an Education Fund.  An Operation Fund will be in place to combine the Transportation Fund, Capital...
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Special Events to Commemorate End of World War I

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November 6, 2018
Special Events to Commemorate End of World War I

Culver Academies will mark the centennial of the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918 with a weekend of special events culminating in its time-honored Veterans Day ceremony on Sunday, Nov. 11, with the Corps of Cadets stepping off at 10:40 a.m. for the 11 a.m. event. The ceremony itself will be...
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Webster Warriors Support Red Ribbon Week

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November 6, 2018
Webster Warriors Support Red Ribbon Week

Webster School Elementary Warriors participated in Dress up Days in support of Red Ribbon Week last week.  On Tuesday, students had fun wearing polka dots or neck ties. The theme’s Red Ribbon Week drug free sentence to focus on for the Warriors was, “Spot Me Being Drug Free or Drugs will Tie You Up.”...
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PHS Boys Red & White Scrimmage Game

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November 6, 2018
PHS Boys Red & White Scrimmage Game

The annual Red/White Boy’s Basketball scrimmage will be held this Friday, November 9th starting at 6pm.  Admission for the scrimmage will be a sports drink such as PowerAde or Gatorade. If you are interested in purchasing season tickets for the PHS Boy’s Basketball season, please contact the PHS Athletic Office at 574-936-3215.
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North Judson Man Arrested at Walmart for Domestic Battery

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November 6, 2018
North Judson Man Arrested at Walmart for Domestic Battery

An 18 year old North Judson man was arrested at Walmart on Sunday afternoon after city police were dispatched to a fight. The domestic situation just before 2 in the afternoon was between a male and female and had happened in the presence of a juvenile. The male suspect has left the area prior...
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Plymouth School Board Enjoys Riverside Student Presentation

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November 6, 2018
Plymouth School Board Enjoys Riverside Student Presentation

Seven Riverside Intermediate students presented an overview of their academic projects to the Plymouth School Board on Monday, November 5.  Principal Kyle Kaufman said the students worked on their projects in the school’s SOAR program. Kaufman said the students meet four times each week in an enrichment program as a part of Riverside’s attention...
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AG Curtis Hill Advises Hoosiers to Exercise Caution When Responding to Online Ads aimed at vehicle buyers

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November 6, 2018
AG Curtis Hill Advises Hoosiers to Exercise Caution When Responding to Online Ads aimed at vehicle buyers

Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning consumers purchasing vehicles from online advertisements to check the identity of sellers before responding to such ads. Multiple Indiana consumers have contacted the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division alleging they have lost money after wiring payments to an unknown person posting online advertisements purporting to sell vintage vehicles, typically...
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Miller & More at Heartland Artists Gallery

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November 6, 2018
Miller & More at Heartland Artists Gallery

Some may say art is subjective and can be translated differently with everyone who views it. One thing is sure, artists, each in their own unique way, are personally communicating through their art. Many capture nature in all its color, wonder, and beauty, while others reveal emotions and experiences. Some share conflicts and some...
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Election Coverage

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November 6, 2018
Election Coverage

Tonight’s election coverage is sponsored by Auto Park Buick GMC in Plymouth. According to Deb VanDeMark voter turn out today at the polls was 49%. Currently the Election Board is running the paper ballots from the Travel Board and mailed in ballots through the computer system and we should have the absentee results in...
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Tech Talk 11-6-18

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November 6, 2018


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