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139 PHS 2010 Grads in 4-year College

October 16, 2010
139 PHS 2010 Grads in 4-year College

10/18/10 A report on the 2010 Plymouth High School graduating class shows that over half of the students went on to enroll in a four-year college program after graduation. Presenting the annual report to the Plymouth School Board on October 14 was Guidance Director Aimee Portteus and Principal Jim Condon. The total number of...
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Teachers Rally With Dembowski

October 16, 2010
Teachers Rally With Dembowski

10/18/10 This weekend State Representative Nancy Dembowski (D – Knox) conducted a district-wide campaign effort knocking on doors and talking with voters about the issues important to Hoosiers.  Dembowski was joined by local teachers and educators that have endorsed her campaign because of her continued support of local schools. “I am proud of my record of...
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Plymouth 5th Grader Brings Pellet Gun to School

October 15, 2010

08/18/10 On Thursday, October 14th, after school the Plymouth school administration was notified that a 5th grade student at Riverside Intermediate School may have had a gun at school in his backpack.  Through effective and efficient collaboration between the high school administrators, Riverside administrators, and the corporation transportation department, the student’s backpack was searched. ...
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Plymouth Library Engages Company to Collect Overdue Items

October 15, 2010
Plymouth Library Engages Company to Collect Overdue Items

10/18/10 The Plymouth Public Library Board of Trustees has enacted a policy to use Unique Management Services, Inc., a library collection agency, to encourage patrons with overdue items to return them to the library.  Unfortunately, some patrons choose to ignore the several overdue notices that are automatically sent to them by mail, phone, or...
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Ply. Multischool Building Corp. Considers $4.1 Bond

October 15, 2010
Ply. Multischool Building Corp. Considers $4.1 Bond

10/18/10 A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Plymouth Multischool Building Corporation was held on October14 just prior to the regularly scheduled school board meeting. Plymouth Schools Maintenance Director Dave Schoof has presented a number of projects primarily concerning infrastructure, roofing, and HVAC equipment to the board over the last several months....
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Cooperative Calendar Art Contest Begins

October 15, 2010
Cooperative Calendar Art Contest Begins

10/18/10  Marshall County REMC and Indiana’s other electric cooperatives, is pleased to announce its 2012 Calendar Art Contest. The contest, in its 14th year, provides young Hoosier artists a unique opportunity to develop and showcase their talent. Electric Consumer — the statewide publication for Indiana’s electric cooperatives — sponsors the program, which is open...
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Ancilla College Holds Annual Donor Recognition Dinner

October 15, 2010
Ancilla College Holds Annual Donor Recognition Dinner

10/18/10 Ancilla College hosted its annual Donor Recognition Dinner on October 7, located in Cana Hall on the Donaldson-based campus. Over 150 of the College’s most generous donors were on hand as Ancilla College President Dr. Ron May presented Gordon Taiclet, with the Ancilla Award. The Ancilla Award, initiated in 1975, is Ancilla College’s...
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United Way offers Free Where Does Your Money Go? Program

October 15, 2010
United Way offers Free Where Does Your Money Go? Program

10/18/10 Does your money run out before the end of the month? Is it difficult to pay your bills on time?  Do you wish you had more money? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, then attending Where Does Your Money Go? is right for you.  The United Way of...
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Roscoe “Bud” Franklin – 85 – of Plymouth

October 15, 2010

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Mary Alice Flora Edgar – 75 – of Bremen

October 15, 2010

Click Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for compete details.
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