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Walkerton Native Serves Aboard USS George H.W. Bush

February 24, 2015
Walkerton Native Serves Aboard USS George H.W. Bush

NORFOLK, Va. – A 2014 John Glenn High School graduate and Walkerton, Ind. native is serving on one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush. Airman Hunter Sims is an aviation machinist mate aboard the Norfolk-based ship, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and one of only ten...
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Prom Fundraiser Chicken Noodle Dinner at PHS

February 24, 2015
Prom Fundraiser Chicken Noodle Dinner at PHS

The junior class at Plymouth High School will host a carry-out only chicken and noodle dinner on Friday, March 13th.  This prom fundraiser will include chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes and a roll.  Tickets are $7 each and are available from any PHS junior. Pick up will be in the circle drive at the...
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PHS Band Advances 26 State Finals Entries

February 24, 2015
PHS Band Advances 26 State Finals Entries

Each year the Plymouth High School music department participates in the Indiana State School Music Solo and Ensemble competition.   This year, the event was hosted at Kokomo High School on Saturday, January 31st. Numerous students from the band classes competed in the event throughout the day.   Plymouth High School annually advances numerous students to...
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Triton 3rd Graders in Action

February 24, 2015
Triton 3rd Graders in Action

Superintendent of Triton Community Schools, Donna Burroughs is pleased with the various subjects elementary students are studying. Students in third grade at Triton Elementary School have been learning about fossils.  You know, those amazing “leftovers” from the past that can tell us so many things about what once lived in a particular area. Finding...
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1st Presbyterian Church Offers Lenten Luncheons

February 24, 2015
1st Presbyterian Church Offers Lenten Luncheons

This Lenten season there will be a series of four luncheons which is a soup and sandwich lunch at noon beginning on Thursday, March 5th at the Shatford Hall in the First Presbyterian Church, 401 N. Walnut St. in Plymouth.  Each week there will be a different topic discussed for Lent.  On March 5th...
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Jana’s Gymnastics Results from Fort Wayne Competition

February 24, 2015
Jana’s Gymnastics Results from Fort Wayne Competition

Jana’s Gymnastics Bronze 2, Silver and Gold Teams traveled to Fort Wayne on Saturday to compete in the Walk of Fame Gymnastics Meet.  Teams from Indiana and Ohio were in attendance at this meet and Jana’s teams did quite well.  Bronze earned a 2nd place with a team score of 109.8.  Silver won their division with...
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Indiana Lawmaker Kills Bill Legalizing Sunday Alcohol Sales

February 24, 2015
Indiana Lawmaker Kills Bill Legalizing Sunday Alcohol Sales

INDIANAPOLIS The sponsor of a bill to legalize Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana says the issue is dead for this legislative session. Republican Rep. Tom Dermody of LaPorte said Tuesday he doesn’t have enough votes for it to pass. The issue has pitted grocery chains and convenience store owners against liquor stores over proposed restrictions...
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Plymouth Mayor Gives 7th State of the City Address

February 24, 2015
Plymouth Mayor Gives 7th State of the City Address

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter gave his State of the City address last night during the Common Council meeting before a full house.  The theme of this year’s speech was “positive.” The Mayor acknowledged the new city clerk treasurer Jeanine Xaver who has completed her fifth month in office and said, “Positive financial stability.” He...
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Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Police

February 24, 2015
Saturday Arrests by Plymouth Police

02/24/15 On Saturday, February 21st at 6:56 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shanna Gilmer initiated a traffic stop on Lincoln Highway west of Pioneer Drive for an equipment violation.  The driver, 29 year old Cassie M. Faverty of Hamlet was found to be operating the vehicle with a suspended license.  She was taken into custody and...
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Plymouth Schools, Red Red for Public Ed

February 23, 2015
Plymouth Schools, Red Red for Public Ed

The staffs at Plymouth Schools are showing their support for public education by wearing red every Friday in February. Pictures of administrators, teachers, aides, maintenance personnel, cafeteria workers as well as some students all wearing red shirts began surfacing on social media over the weekend. Superintendent Daniel Tyree said it is a “silent protest”...
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