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Triton High School Art Students Create Lifesize Plaster Ballerinas

May 15, 2013
Triton High School Art Students Create Lifesize Plaster Ballerinas

    05/16/13 Triton High School students in the sculpture class of teacher Diana Westphal are pictured with the life sized plaster castings they have been working on the past several weeks.  They came up with the idea to create ballerinas then took turns plastering body parts of each other to assemble the trio....
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Small Game Hunting Survey Sent to Indiana hunters

May 15, 2013
Small Game Hunting Survey Sent to Indiana hunters

    05/16/13 The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has mailed a survey to 15,540 Indiana hunters to help improve the management of Indiana’s small game and furbearer species. By completing this 20-question survey, hunters can give opinions on their hunting experiences of quail, grouse, pheasant, squirrel, rabbit, woodcock and crow. DNR research biologists...
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Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Order to Take Action on Meth Homes

May 14, 2013
Board of Public Works & Safety Approve Order to Take Action on Meth Homes

05/15/13 Monday night the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety took an aggressive step in cleaning up the remnants left after a meth lab is located in the residential structure. Indiana Code and the City’s Unsafe Building and Premises Ordinance allows for the determination of the properties at 308 and 313 West Washington...
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Webster Elementary 4-Star School, 3 Years in a Row

May 14, 2013
Webster Elementary 4-Star School, 3 Years in a Row

  05/15/13 For the third year in a row, Webster Elementary School in Plymouth has been named a Four Star School by the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE). To be Four Star schools, they must fall in the top 25th percentile cut score of ISTEP tests for the combined passing percentages English/Language Arts/Mathematics as...
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LJH Math Classes Make “Corn Hole” Games to Sell at Farmers’ Market

May 14, 2013
LJH Math Classes Make “Corn Hole” Games to Sell at Farmers’ Market

  05/15/13 Lincoln Junior High students in Ms. Corey Duncan’s math classes are working on a project based learning assignment that ends up being a fundraiser for the school.   Marketing student, Calvin Petrucelli told WTCA, We have been working on this project since we completed ISTEP.”  The kids have undertaken the full scope...
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Ancilla College Celebrates 46th Graduating Class

May 14, 2013
Ancilla College Celebrates 46th Graduating Class

  05/15/13 Ancilla College celebrated its 46th class in school history on Saturday, May 11, at the Ancilla Domini Chapel. The College recognized 85 candidates for associate’s degrees, including two students completing a double major. Nineteen of the graduates are from Ancilla’s Nursing Program. “Commencement exercises provide the Ancilla College faculty and staff an...
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One Day Closure of SR 10 in Argos

May 14, 2013
One Day Closure of SR 10 in Argos

    05/15/13 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces the closure of 200’ of State Road 10 in Argos, just west of Muckshaw Road on Thursday, May 16th, weather permitting. Crews will be working on a culvert during the one day closure. A detour will take westbound SR 10 traffic south on U.S....
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City Plan Commission Approves Plat Amendment for

May 14, 2013
City Plan Commission Approves Plat Amendment for

    05/15/13  The Plymouth Plan Commission approved the request of the Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation (PIDCO) to amend the original plat on the 8.81 acre parcel of the land in the industrial park.  The site designated for a “shell” building that will be a public-private partnership used to entice a new industry to...
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We the People to Feature Sheriff Chamberlin

May 14, 2013
We the People to Feature Sheriff Chamberlin

05/15/13 We the People of Marshall and Fulton Counties welcomes Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin at their next monthly meeting on Thursday, May 16 at 7:00pm at the New Song Community Church located at 410 North Kingston Road across from Oliver Ford in Plymouth.    Sheriff Chamberlin will speak about being the chief law enforcement...
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PHS Super Sunday Activities

May 14, 2013
PHS Super Sunday Activities

    05/15/13 Plymouth High School will be having its Super Sunday this Sunday, May 19th, with several activities.  At 1:00 p.m. the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will take place in the high school auditorium.  At 3:00 p.m. the Academic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will begin in the high school cafeteria and Baccalaureate...
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