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City Begins Negotiations with Troyer Group for Safe Routes to School Project

August 28, 2014
City Begins Negotiations with Troyer Group for Safe Routes to School Project

City Engineer Rick Gaul updated the members of the Board of Public Works and Safety on the Safe Routes to School Grant during their meeting Monday. The scoring team has reviewed the letters of interest and the results show the Troyer Group ranking in the top spot with Lawson/Fisher second and VS Engineering third....
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New Things to See at the 2014 Blueberry Festival

August 28, 2014
New Things to See at the 2014 Blueberry Festival

What’s new for the 2014 Marshall County Blueberry Festival? Well there’s a corn-hole tournament this year on Sunday. The inaugural contest starts at noon on the basketball courts with registration and the competition commences at 1. This event is sponsored by the Tuesday Night Baggers and will benefit the Plymouth Elks Lodge. Cost is...
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Plymouth Board Approves Remodling Project at PD

August 28, 2014
Plymouth Board Approves Remodling Project at PD

Plymouth Police Chief, David Bacon was granted approval to seek quotes for much needed maintenance work at the police department. Monday night the Chief appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety and explained some remolding he would like to complete at the department. The project includes some exterior painting of trim and...
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Blueberry Pancake Fly-in on Sunday at Plymouth Airport

August 28, 2014
Blueberry Pancake Fly-in on Sunday at Plymouth Airport

The Plymouth Optimist Club will have its annual Blueberry Pancake/Fly-In Breakfast on August 31st at the Plymouth Public Airport in Plymouth. Tickets are sold at the door or from any Optimist member. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for children 5 to 12 and kids under 5 are free. Optimist members will be flipping...
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CASA Executive Director Haley Kittrell presents at Plymouth Lions Club

August 28, 2014
CASA Executive Director Haley Kittrell presents at Plymouth Lions Club

What is CASA? That was the question answered at the monthly meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. Executive Director, Haley Kittrell explained that CASA means Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASA of Marshall County is a non-profit organization committed to speaking in the best interest of children who are at risk for abuse and neglect....
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Bremen girls take soccer win

August 28, 2014

Bremen 1 – Glenn 0 B  Kelsa Anderson (Jess Bollenbacher, Wendy Gonzalez) 15th min Shots:  Bremen 15 – Glenn 5 Saves: Bremen 10 (Regan Murphy), Glenn 8 Fouls:  Glenn 6, Bremen 3
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PHS tennis stays unbeaten

August 28, 2014

Plymouth moved to 4-0 on year and 1-0 in the NLC after completing its first rain delayed conference match of the season.    No court dropped more than 2 games.  The Pilgrims will play the next two matches on the road.  The first will be at county and sectional rival Triton nextWednesday Sept 3...
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PHS girls golf splits NLC match

August 28, 2014

The Girls Golf team got off to a great start Wednesday evening, but a couple of large holes derailed them from winning two matches.  Plymouth beat Elkhart Memorial 200-251 and lost to Wawasee 200-182.  This leaves the ladies at 1-1 for the conference.  Plymouth plays next Tuesday against Northridge.
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What’s Your Opinion 8-28-14

August 28, 2014


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Wrench In General 8-28-14

August 28, 2014


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