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Plymouth School Experience Loss in Enrollment

October 11, 2016
Plymouth School Experience Loss in Enrollment

Plymouth Schools are experiencing a declining enrollment that translates into loss of reimbursement dollars from the state. The current enrollment as verified on the state count day is 3,598.11. The odd number reflects those students in dual enrollment. PCSC Superintendent, Daniel Tyree, explained the loss during the October School Board meeting, including how the...
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MCEDC Updates County Council on Positives Happening in the County

October 10, 2016
MCEDC Updates County Council on Positives Happening in the County

Jerry Chavez, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation has been making his rounds to the various bodies of government in Marshall County updating them on three areas; recent announcements, Regional Cities investment and Workforce Development.   During Monday’s Marshall County Council meeting, Chavez urged members to take a look at the...
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Stanton Arrested for Battery to a Police Officer

October 10, 2016
Stanton Arrested for Battery to a Police Officer

Plymouth Police arrested a female from Mishawaka last Wednesday on multiple charges including Battery to a Police Officer. About 8 p.m. October 5th city police were dispatched to a complaint of a public disturbance and battery at 805 North 4th Street. Sergeant Joe Deisch investigated the complaint and located 27 year old Michelle A....
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Menominee Students Present at Plymouth School Board Meeting

October 10, 2016
Menominee Students Present at Plymouth School Board Meeting

Educators across the state continue to seek ways to enhance curriculums to ensure students are learning the writing skills needed for today’s careers. Menominee Elementary students of teachers Nicole Horner, Bobbi Hunt, and Alana Teasdale gave a demonstration to the Plymouth School Board showing how they use PQA and ACE methods. Principal Steven Boyer...
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“Don’t Wait – Check the Date!” on Smoke Alarms during Fire Prevention Week

October 10, 2016
“Don’t Wait – Check the Date!” on Smoke Alarms during Fire Prevention Week

Oct. 9-15 is Fire Prevention Week, and the Indiana State Fire Marshal and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) are encouraging all Hoosiers to take steps to ensure their homes are prepared in the event of a fire.   “One of the most important steps Hoosiers can take to safeguard against fires is to...
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Senator Head Urges Citizens to Stay Safe Online

October 10, 2016
Senator Head Urges Citizens to Stay Safe Online

Cyberspace is the environment in which communication occurs over computer networks. But as we all know, cyberspace is a complex entity that hackers can use to steal personal information from millions of Americans. Indiana State Senator Randy Head said, “The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) has an entire webpage dedicated to protecting you...
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Lexi Albright 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton

October 10, 2016
Lexi Albright 2017 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton

Triton High School held their annual Distinguished Young Woman competition on Saturday night, October 8th. Distinguished Young Women is a national scholarship program that inspires high school girls to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments. Distinguished Young Women strives to give...
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Marshall County Police Announces End of the 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign

October 10, 2016
Marshall County Police Announces End of the 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department announced Monday the completion of the national and statewide 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization campaign. During the annual 25-day enforcement period, 44 tickets and 53 warning tickets were written, and 2 arrests were made for driving while intoxicated within Marshall County.   According to the...
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WALORSKI RAISES OVER $330,000 IN THE THIRD QUARTER

October 10, 2016
WALORSKI RAISES OVER $330,000 IN THE THIRD QUARTER

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Monday announced her campaign raised over $330,000 during the third quarter of 2016. “With early voting starting this week and less than a month until Election Day, I’m excited that Hoosiers from every corner of our district are supporting our campaign so we can reach as many voters as possible,”...
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4 Bicentennial Torch Bearers had ties to PCSC

October 10, 2016
4 Bicentennial Torch Bearers had ties to PCSC

Last week several local torchbearers had the honor of carrying the bicentennial torch as it passed through Marshall County. Four of the individuals selected had direct ties to the Plymouth Community School Corporation: teacher Betsy Bowen; Cameron Riddle, a PHS freshman; Garrett Garver, a PHS senior; and Plymouth High School retired teacher Allen Shockney....
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