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INDOT Plans Plymouth Sub-District on Pioneer Drive

December 3, 2014
INDOT Plans Plymouth Sub-District on Pioneer Drive

Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Plan Commission approved a primary plat for a three lot subdivision on 37 acres directly north of Pioneer Seed. Representatives from PIDCO, the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation were on hand to request the plat approval. Their request came on behalf of the Indiana Department of Transportation. The current...
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WEIDNER SCHOOL OF INQUIRY (WSOI) @PHS NAMED 21ST CENTURY LEARNING EXEMPLAR SCHOOL BY P21

December 3, 2014
WEIDNER SCHOOL OF INQUIRY (WSOI) @PHS NAMED 21ST CENTURY LEARNING EXEMPLAR SCHOOL BY P21

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21), the leading organization advocating for 21st century learning, has designated Weidner School of Inquiry @ PHS as an exemplar school for 2015, as part of a program to highlight exemplary 21st century learning practices that are improving schools and student learning in classrooms and communities across the...
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Prosecutor-Elect Chipman Announces Chief Deputy Prosecutor Appointment

December 2, 2014
Prosecutor-Elect Chipman Announces Chief Deputy Prosecutor Appointment

Marshall County Prosecutor-Elect Nelson Chipman announced today his appointment as the next Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tami L. Napier of Hancock County, Indiana. Ms. Napier’s appointment as Chief Deputy becomes effective on January 1, 2015. Highlights of Ms. Napier’s background include her tenure as Hancock County Chief Deputy Prosecutor for the last four years....
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Marshall County Museum Receives IHS’s Outstanding Historical Organization Award

December 2, 2014
Marshall County Museum Receives IHS’s Outstanding Historical Organization Award

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) is pleased to announce that the Marshall County Historical Society Museum, located in Plymouth, has been named winner of the 2014 Outstanding Historical Organization Award. The Historical Association received the award during IHS’s annual Founders Day event on Monday, December 1st, at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History...
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MCEDC Director Chavez Discusses Economic Development in the County

December 2, 2014
MCEDC Director Chavez Discusses Economic Development in the County

Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Center, Jerry Chavez updated the County Commissioners this week on economic development in the county. Since taking the position about six months ago Chavez said, “There are a lot of changes with MCEDC. Some of those are very visible but a lot of them are not.”...
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Wood Arrested for Probation Violation

December 2, 2014
Wood Arrested for Probation Violation

Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Marshall County Probation Department about 4 o’clock Monday afternoon for a subject who violated his probation. 20 year old Ryan M. Wood of Holloway Drive in Plymouth was taken into custody for a probation violation and lodged in the Marshall County Jail. He was held...
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Freedom Park Playground Equipment Arrives

December 2, 2014
Freedom Park Playground Equipment Arrives

Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite updated members on the new playground equipment for Freedom Park at Packard Woods. In September the park board was approached by the Freedom Park committee with the idea of moving the all-inclusive playground from Centennial Park to Packard Woods so they wouldn’t encroach on the Blueberry Festival. They also...
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Dec. 14 Festival of Trees at Miller’s Senior Living Open House

December 2, 2014
Dec. 14 Festival of Trees at Miller’s Senior Living Open House

Each year Miller’s Senior Living Community extends an invitation to area individuals, businesses, clubs and organizations to decorate a Christmas tree that captures the personality of the business or organization. The decorating is now underway for the Annual Festival of Trees. Voting for the Festival of Trees will take place at the facility’s Holiday...
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Triton Students Watch Sandhill Cranes

December 2, 2014
Triton Students Watch Sandhill Cranes

Triton Biology students braved the cold and traveled with their teacher, Dawn Slein, to watch the Sandhill Cranes gather together for an evening in November. More than 6,700 sandhill cranes were counted at Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife area that day in November. Late September through December is the peak season for watching these cranes.
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Lighting Project at Nixon Field Under Way

December 2, 2014
Lighting Project at Nixon Field Under Way

On Monday, Michiana Contracting began the process to remove and install new lights at Bill Nixon Field in Centennial Park. The lights at Bill Nixon Field were installed in the mid 70s. The eight light poles that are ninety feet tall were removed on Monday. Six of the lights and poles made their way...
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