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Lois H. Miller – 90 – from Plymouth

November 25, 2014
Lois H. Miller – 90 – from Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Eagles fall in opener

November 25, 2014

INDIANAPOLIS HOMESCHOOL 71, CULVER MILITARY 69 at Culver IHS (71): Noah Oetjen 23, Aaron Gilmer 10, Tommy Mangan 11, Seth Armstrong 0, Spencer Schriner 10, Josiah Oetjen 15, John Owen 2. Total: 71 CMA (69): Elijah Miller 17, Ignas Masiulionis 7, Dylan Powell 3, Jake Young 0, Rayford Dexter-El 10, Addyson Allyn 0, Lorenzo...
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Chargers post win over Bethel

November 25, 2014

PLYMOUTH, IN – Ancilla’s men’s basketball team asserted yet another home court victory Monday night over Bethel College JV. The Chargers moved to 5-2 overall, while still remaining at a spotless 4-0 at home, with their win Monday November 25th against the Pilots of Bethel College 104-62. Leading Ancilla was sophomore Mike Wickliff, recording 24 points. Sophomore...
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Lincoln takes wins over Wawasee

November 25, 2014

Eighth Grade The 8th grade traveled to Wawasee last night to take on the Warriors.  Despite a frustrating performance, the Red Storm defeated the Wawasee by a score of 27-16.  Cole Filson led the way with 16 points, Bryce Carmichael had 6, and Evan Zeigler chipped in 5.  Evan Zeigler led the way defensively...
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Love’s Travel Stop seeks Variances of City Standards

November 25, 2014
Love’s Travel Stop seeks Variances of City Standards

The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will hear the request for two variances of standards by Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores of Oklahoma during their December meeting. Love’s Travel Stops is seeking a variance for general landscaping requirements for the parking lot areas of the proposed truck stop, convenience store, tire shop and...
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October 2014 Unemployment Rates

November 25, 2014
October 2014 Unemployment Rates

The Hoosier State grew 5,500 private sector jobs in October, led mainly by the Trade, Transportation & Utilities (+3,300), and Manufacturing (+2,500) sectors. Indiana has added private sector jobs 16 of the past 22 months, with monthly increases averaging 3,800. Over the past year, Indiana has consistently led the nation in manufacturing growth, with...
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October Activity Report for Plymouth Police

November 24, 2014
October Activity Report for Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon released the October Activity Report during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety Meeting. His department answered 764 calls for information and 205 complaints. Plymouth officers conducted 192 traffic stops responded to 126 9-1-1 calls and wrote 106 case reports last month. City officers conducted 75 residential checks,...
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City Board of Public Works Approves Meter Accuracy Request Policy

November 24, 2014
City Board of Public Works Approves Meter Accuracy Request Policy

Members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety passed a resolution Monday evening that amends the city’s Water Meter Policy. The city’s utility superintendent, Donnie Davidson suggested amending the policy in light of a recent issue with a water meter at a customer’s home. He wanted to include a policy on water...
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PCSC Works with “SMART Strength” Assessment

November 24, 2014
PCSC Works with “SMART Strength” Assessment

Area schools are using an assessment process called “SMART Strengths” to help students identify their strengths and the strengths of others. SMART Strengths is the definitive, research-supported guide to building character, resilience, and relationships in youth and their adult mentor. Plymouth Schools Assistant Superintendent, Dan Funston, said he is working closely with Dr. John...
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Organization Day of the IN General Assembly

November 24, 2014
Organization Day of the IN General Assembly

Last week, the Indiana General Assembly convened at the Statehouse in preparation for the 2015 legislative session. The Senate welcomed eight newly elected senators, who took the oath of office surrounded by fellow legislators and family. Tuesday’s gathering of state lawmakers, known as Organization Day, also provided opportunities to begin discussing legislative topics and...
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