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Plymouth Board of Public Works Supports Possible Townhouse Projects on Water Street

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February 25, 2019
Plymouth Board of Public Works Supports Possible Townhouse Projects on Water Street

Monday evening the Plymouth Board and Public Works and Safety were asked to support a non-traditional Habitat for Humanity building project in the city’s downtown district. Dean Byers, Executive Director of the Marshall County Habitat for Humanity, Brent Martin, local architect and a representative from Neighborhood Development Associates in South Bend appeared before the...
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Riverside Students Learn About DNA through Extraction Lab

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February 25, 2019
Riverside Students Learn About DNA through Extraction Lab

Sarah Gillard’s 6th-grade SOAR class at Riverside Intermediate School recently completed a DNA Lab where students extracted DNA from both strawberries and bananas. SOAR stands for Securing Outstanding Academics at Riverside. Students in the SOAR class meet daily and the time is used to provide students with additional learning opportunities through hands-on remediation and...
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SGT. Laffoon Arrest Steven Rice for OWI with Prior

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February 25, 2019
SGT. Laffoon Arrest Steven Rice for OWI with Prior

Saturday night, February 23rd near 10:30  Sgt. Nicholas Laffoon of Marshall County Police Department responded with several other officers to a complaint of a vehicle that had run off of the roadway at 4B Road and Plymouth LaPorte Trail. After contacting the driver of the vehicle and performing an investigation, probable cause was found...
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Selling Chicken Noodle Dinner Tickets offers PHS Upperclassmen a Way to Save Money on Prom Tickets

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February 25, 2019
Selling Chicken Noodle Dinner Tickets offers PHS Upperclassmen a Way to Save Money on Prom Tickets

Plymouth High School juniors and seniors, who plan on attending prom this year, can save money on the price of a prom ticket if they take part in a fundraising opportunity going on now. Every year the PHS junior class hosts a homemade chicken noodle carryout dinner! Juniors and seniors can sell prepaid dinner...
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Plymouth High School Welcomes New Health Science Instructor

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February 25, 2019
Plymouth High School Welcomes New Health Science Instructor

Tyler Scutchfield is excited to start her new career in education as the new Health Science instructor at Plymouth High School. She has been a registered nurse since the summer of 2015, after graduating from Valparaiso University with a bachelor of science in nursing. “After graduation, I moved to Colorado Springs to start my...
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Culver Police Plans Aggressive Driving Patrols this March

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February 25, 2019
Culver Police Plans Aggressive Driving Patrols this March

Spring is just around the corner. As temperatures rise, and winter ice and snow recede from the roads, Hoosier drivers are tempted to increase their speeds and take more risks behind the wheel. The Culver Police Department (CPD) and about 230 law-enforcement agencies across Indiana are warning drivers of increased patrols this March for...
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Miller’s and Kiwanis Host Pancake Breakfast

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February 25, 2019
Miller’s and Kiwanis Host Pancake Breakfast

Miller’s Assisted Living Facility and the Plymouth Kiwanis Club partnered together this week on a Pancake Breakfast in honor of National Pancake Month.  Miller’s dietary department cooked the pancakes and bacon and provided the venue while the Kiwanis members served the food and cleared tables.  The public was invited to attend for a mere...
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PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB INSTALLS A NEW MEMBER AND HEARS FROM BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

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February 25, 2019
PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB INSTALLS A NEW MEMBER AND HEARS FROM BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

Plymouth Lions Club President, Doug Feece, recently inducted Ruben Ottenwalder as a new member of the club.  All who were present welcomed him into the organization. Clarence Shively presented to the club a local Boy Scout history.  Boy Scouts of America was incorporated on February 8, 1910.  The Boy Scouts have a room upstairs...
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Young Supports Measures to Protect Innocent Life

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February 25, 2019
Young Supports Measures to Protect Innocent Life

Monday, U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) voiced support for new U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regulations that will prevent Title X family planning funds from being used in a location where abortion activities are performed. Senator Young was among 41 senators and 153 representatives who sent a letter asking the Trump Administration...
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Indiana has Too Many Vacant Homes, Ball State Study Finds

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February 25, 2019
Indiana has Too Many Vacant Homes, Ball State Study Finds

When it comes to Indiana housing industry, the factors of supply and demand are working well on a local level, says new research from Ball State University. While the Indianapolis area is in a building boom, areas of the state that have experienced population loss are most at risk of too many empty single-family...
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