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Ladies Big Red Open makes donation

September 7, 2013


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Ladies Big Red Open makes donation

September 7, 2013
Ladies Big Red Open makes donation

Plymouth High School Athletic Director, Roy Benge, and Assistant Athletic Director, John Scott, are being presented a check for $2000.00 from Jan Starr from the 2014 Ladies Big Red Open. This year’s donation is designated for girls uniforms/golf shirts and girls cross country nylon warm-up tops. The Ladies Big Red Open has consistently made...
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IREAD Scores Across State Show Improvement

September 6, 2013
IREAD Scores Across State Show Improvement

  09/09/13 The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) released IREAD scores for individual schools on September 4. The test is given to third graders across the state to determine reading levels. Statewide, the scores rose from 90.6 percent passing in 2012 to 91.1 percent passing in 2013. The score represents those students passing the...
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Parent/Teacher Conferences at PHS 9/11/13

September 6, 2013
Parent/Teacher Conferences at PHS 9/11/13

  09/09/13 Aimee Porttuis, Director of Guidance at PHS announced Parent/Teacher Conference Night, Wednesday, September 11th. Plymouth High School will be conducting Parent/Teacher Conferences on Wednesday evening, September 11. Classroom teachers will be contacting parents to schedule a conference that will include parent(s), student, and the classroom teacher. It is greatly encouraged that students...
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Prairie Maze opens Sept. 13 at Potato Creek State Park

September 6, 2013
Prairie Maze opens Sept. 13 at Potato Creek State Park

  09/09/13 Guests can get lost in the beauty of a tall grass prairie at Potato Creek State Park’s prairie maze starting Sept. 13. Visitors can wander through 1.25 miles of trails cut in the 7-foot-tall restored prairie grasses.   There are eight stations in the maze with questions about prairies. The answers will...
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August Activity Report for the Marshall County Jail

September 6, 2013
August Activity Report for the Marshall County Jail

  09/09/13 The number one reason for people being lodged in the Marshall County Jail during August was for Failure to Appear.   Theft was the number two reason with Operating While Intoxicated coming in third.   Probation Violations were fourth and Marijuana rounded out the top five.  The remaining reasons included number six – Driving...
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Marching Band Season at Triton High School

September 6, 2013
Marching Band Season at Triton High School

  09/09/13 Marching band season is underway for the “Pride of Triton” Marching Band. The students marched in the Summerfest Parade this year and are pictured here marching in the recent Blueberry Parade. The first ten bands to register each year to participate in the Blueberry parade each earn $500 for their band program....
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WVPC Takes Road Trip to Miami County Musuem

September 6, 2013
WVPC Takes Road Trip to Miami County Musuem

  09/09/13 The public is welcome to join the Wythougan Valley Preservation Council on a road trip to the Miami County Museum in Peru, IN on Wednesday, September 11th.  They will be leaving from the Plymouth Public Library parking lot at 9 AM.  Guests will have the option to caravan in their own vehicle...
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Plymouth Man Sentenced to 50 Years of Imprisonment for Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine and Habitual Offender

September 6, 2013
Plymouth Man Sentenced to 50 Years of Imprisonment for Conspiracy to Deliver Methamphetamine and Habitual Offender

  09/09/13 Kenneth Lee Schoff, 35, of Rose Road in Plymouth, was sentenced today by Judge Robert O. Bowen to a fifty year term of imprisonment for selling methamphetamine and being an habitual offender.   The sentence was broken down to twenty years on the conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine count as a Class B felony,...
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Recent Amber Alert Ends with Safe Recovery of Child

September 6, 2013
Recent Amber Alert Ends with Safe Recovery of Child

  09/09/13 While many are aware that the latest Amber Alert concluded with the safe recovery of the child and the arrest of the mother, the Indiana State Police has continued to receive a number of inquiries about the Amber Alert process. 1. The child must be under 18 years of age. 2. The...
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