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Plymouth School Awarded $100,000 eLearning Grant from DOE

May 10, 2013
Plymouth School Awarded $100,000 eLearning Grant from DOE

  05/13/13 The Plymouth Schools once again received an Indiana Department of Learning- Imagining and Creating eLearning Grant. This is the sixth time that the corporation has received a grant from the DOE. During a school board meeting on May 7, Assistant Superintendent Dan Funston informed the Board on the details of the grant....
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Happy Helpers from Boys & Girls Club Visit Miller’s

May 10, 2013
Happy Helpers from Boys & Girls Club Visit Miller’s

  05/13/13 The Happy Helpers group from the Plymouth Boys and Girls Club recently visited Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Members of the group spent time visiting with resident and they passed out plastic travel cups to each resident.  The cups were donated by the Salvation Army organization.  Members of the Happy Helpers under the...
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42” Muskie illegally taken in Elkhart County

May 10, 2013
42” Muskie illegally taken in Elkhart County

  05/11/13 Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the illegal taking of a large muskie fish in High Dive Park in Elkhart on May 4th. Cory Barnett (23) of Elkhart was charged by Officer Paul Crockett on one count of taking a game fish by illegal method. Muskies otherwise known as muskellunge or tiger muskellunge...
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Set Calendars for a Special Night of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

May 10, 2013
Set Calendars for a Special Night of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

  05/11/13  While the Modifieds, USAC Non Wing 600 Sprints, USAC Wing Restrictor 600 Sprints, Super Streets and Thunder Cars are scheduled to race on Northern Indiana’s fastest dirt track at Plymouth Speedway this Saturday, May 11, the Earl Gaerte Classic on May 18 is expected to feature a special lineup. The Earl Gaerte...
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Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announces statewide literacy initiative

May 10, 2013
Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announces statewide literacy initiative

  05/11/13 Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz kicked off the Indiana Department of Education’s family focused literacy initiative, “Hoosier Family of Readers.”  The initiative is a statewide collaboration with public libraries, non-profits, faith-based organizations and companies throughout Indiana aimed at encouraging families to spend time each day reading with their children during...
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Plymouth Yoder’s 12U Travel

May 10, 2013
Plymouth Yoder’s 12U Travel

  05/11/13 On Wednesday, May 8th, the Plymouth boys defeated New Paris in five innings with a score of 11-1.  Cam Dennie was the winning pitcher. Evan Zeigler had three hits. Clay Hilliard had one hit and 2 RBI’s Cole Filson had a two run home run. Cam Dennie had three hits, with a...
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18 Year Old Mother Arrested for Neglect and Battery of a Dependant

May 9, 2013
18 Year Old Mother Arrested for Neglect and Battery of a Dependant

  05/10/13 On Thursday, May 9th at 8:47 a.m. Plymouth EMS and Police were dispatched to the 200 block of East Lake Street in Plymouth regarding a one month old infant with difficulty breathing. The infant was transported to Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth and then transported the infant to Memorial Hospital...
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Spring Property Tax Payments Due Friday

May 9, 2013
Spring Property Tax Payments Due Friday

  05/10/13 In Indiana, property taxes are due twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. This year’s spring installment is due on Friday, May 10.  The second installment will be due on November 12th. The Marshall County Treasurer’s Office will be open today (Friday) from 8 a.m. till 6...
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Indiana State Police Participate in Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) Campaign

May 9, 2013
Indiana State Police Participate in Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) Campaign

  05/10/13 Starting this Sunday, May 12, Indiana State Police will be participating in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Ticket Aggressive Cars and Trucks (TACT) campaign to reduce the number of crashes involving commercial motor vehicles and passenger cars. Troopers will participate in this campaign through Saturday, June 8th. The TACT program uses...
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April 2013 Jail Stats

May 9, 2013
April 2013 Jail Stats

  05/10/13 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin released the April Jail Stats. There were 140 bookings into the Marshall County Jail last month. 83 men and 49 women were book from the various departments with the Sheriff’s Officers arresting 45 of the males and 16 of the females.  The differences were 8 individuals who...
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