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Menominee Playground Equipment

April 23, 2015
Menominee Playground Equipment

If the weather continues to be cooperative, the new playground equipment at Menominee Elementary could be in place in time for students to use before the end of the school year. The unique playground incorporates a number of activities for all children to be able to use. According to Menominee Principal Steven Boyer, the...
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Special Plymouth BZA Allows Mooney’s to Keep Sign Until June 7th.

April 23, 2015
Special Plymouth BZA Allows Mooney’s to Keep Sign Until June 7th.

During a special Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals meeting Thursday night members listened to Jon Webster, owners of Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor present his case to keep the current light sign at 309 East Jefferson Street until the new one is ready. Webster told BZA members present, only three of the five member board...
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Starke County Sheriff & Prosecutor Urge Prom Students to Celebrate Sober

April 23, 2015
Starke County Sheriff & Prosecutor Urge Prom Students to Celebrate Sober

With Prom and Graduation season here, Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin and Starke County Prosecutor Nick Bourff want to make sure Starke County youth are celebrating safe and sober. It is illegal for someone under the age of 21 to possess or consume alcohol in Indiana, yet youth make up a significant proportion of...
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Plymouth Speedway to Start 3rd Season on Dirt this Saturday

April 23, 2015
Plymouth Speedway to Start 3rd Season on Dirt this Saturday

The official start to Plymouth Speedway’s third season on dirt is this Saturday, April 25. A successful practice session was held last week where over 60 cars tested the new clay on the track.  Another practice session is scheduled for Friday to get the cars tuned for the Cabin Fever event on Saturday. The Cabin Fever event will...
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Hospital Auxiliary Donates to Foundation at SJRMC

April 23, 2015
Hospital Auxiliary Donates to Foundation at SJRMC

The Plymouth Volunteer Hospital Auxiliary presented the Foundation of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center with $15,000 to support the new Emergency Department expansion in Plymouth at their annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon held on April 14.   Pictured are, from left, Kim Ornat-Sult, manager, Foundation of SJRMC; Connie Deery, manager, Volunteer Services; Lynn Gee, president,...
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Triton’s Andrew Chupp Wins at District FFA

April 23, 2015
Triton’s Andrew Chupp Wins at District FFA

Nine Triton High School FFA (Future Farmers of America) students competed in the District FFA Leadership contest on April 22nd, where they participated in a wide variety of contests.  Those attending were: Brooklyn Bitting, Katie Lenker, Courtney Horvath, Kerrigan Smith, Kacie Pugh, Shaniah Baker, Noah Motz, Andrew Chupp, and Nathan Slabaugh.  Everyone did a...
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National Pretzel Day is Sunday

April 23, 2015
National Pretzel Day is Sunday

Ben’s Soft Pretzels, just inside the Plymouth Wal-Mart, is celebrating National Pretzel Day on Sunday, April 26, by giving away Free Pretzels (1 per person) with a minimum $1 donation to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund!
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Mayoral Candidate Rex Crump Visits at Miller’s

April 23, 2015
Mayoral Candidate Rex Crump Visits at Miller’s

Plymouth Democratic Mayoral candidate, Rex Crump visited with residents at Miller’s Assisted Living Community during lunch on Monday, April 20th. Crump was simply introducing himself and also encouraged residents to “get out and vote” during May primary election. He is hopeful that he will then be running on the ballot for Mayor in the...
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Area Elementary School Participate in Google Hangout for Earth Day

April 23, 2015
Area Elementary School Participate in Google Hangout for Earth Day

On Wednesday, Triton Elementary School participated in a Google Hangout with a Plymouth Elementary and Culver Elementary School classroom to discuss the benefits of celebrating Earth Day. Students discussed recycling, and keeping the Earth clean to make sure it is preserved for future generations.
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Sr. Boilini Speaks on Elder Abuse at Lampen Lecture

April 23, 2015
Sr. Boilini Speaks on Elder Abuse at Lampen Lecture

DONALDSON –Sr. Bonita Boilini, PHJC, JD presented a lecture entitled “Breaking the Silence: Elder Abuse, It Must Stop” as a part of the college’s Lampen Lecture series Wednesday, April 22nd. Sr. Boilini wanted bring awareness to the alarming prevalence of elder abuse in the United States. While many cultures revere the elderly in their...
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