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Applications for Project Based Learning in Plymouth Schools being Accepted

December 11, 2012
Applications for Project Based Learning in Plymouth Schools being Accepted

12/12/12  Applications for project based learning programs at Plymouth High School, Washington Discovery Academy, Lincoln Junior High and Riverside Intermediate officially opened Monday morning at 8:30. The response has lead those connected with the programs to be optimistic. Director of Communications at the Weidner School of Inquiry, Kelsey Flynn, said applications opened up on...
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Arrest by Plymouth Police

December 11, 2012
Arrest by Plymouth Police

 12/12/12  On Monday, December 10th at 1:15 PM Plymouth Police Officer Mark Owen served a warrant on 21 year old Tyler A. Byers of Culver in the 1200 block of West Harrison Street.   Byers was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant through Marshall County for Civil Contempt.   He was transported to the Marshall...
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Museum Trains to Run on Wednesday Over Christmas Vacation

December 11, 2012
Museum Trains to Run on Wednesday Over Christmas Vacation

12/12/12 The Marshall County Museum in downtown Plymouth has an extra special reason for students to visit during the Wednesdays of Christmas Break.   Not ONLY will the scale model trains be running, but Penguin Point’s very own “Wally” will be at the museum passing out coupons good for a “free apple or cherry...
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Deadline to File Homestead Deduction Verification Fast Approaching

December 11, 2012
Deadline to File Homestead Deduction Verification Fast Approaching

 12/12/12 The deadline to file the Homestead Verification Form with the Marshall County Auditor is fast approaching. Married couples or individuals who maintain their principal place of residence in Indiana may be eligible to receive a homestead deduction.  The homestead deduction allows taxpayers who use an Indiana property as their principal place of residence...
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Operation Quiet Comfort Ships 800 Christmas Stockings to Troops

December 11, 2012
Operation Quiet Comfort Ships 800 Christmas Stockings to Troops

12/12/12 Operation Quiet Comfort shipped 40 boxes containing 800 Christmas Stockings to our troops to make their Holidays far from home and families a little brighter and let them know that they are not forgotten. OQC continues to pack and ship approximately 30 boxes a month of comfort items including food, hygiene supplies, clothing...
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Miller’s Residents Make Christmas Cards with Mrs. Bick

December 11, 2012
Miller’s Residents Make Christmas Cards with Mrs. Bick

  12/12/12 Helen Bick led residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community in a Christmas card folding class last week.  Bick is well-known in the Plymouth area for her hand embroidered cards as well as other styles of handmade cards.  For a small fee Bick provided all the materials necessary to make the folded Christmas...
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Charter Members of Kasper Klub, Men’s Group

December 11, 2012
Charter Members of Kasper Klub, Men’s Group

 12/12/12 Pictured are the charter members of the new ’Men’s Group’ from the Catherine Kasper Home.  Front row L to R: Bob Smart, John Hiss, Tom Hawk. Back row: James Schmidt, Jason Greve, and Cole Herr, RN.  The Kasper Klub, as this group will be known, recently went out to lunch at the Dairy...
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Alert: Everyone near 4B and Redwood Road Warning of Possible Armed Subject

December 11, 2012
Alert: Everyone near 4B and Redwood Road Warning of Possible Armed Subject

 12/11/12 The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department is alerting residents to a dangerous situation. Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for a wanted Male/White who was involved in a pursuit and fled on foot in a field and woods in the area of 4 B and Redwood road. The subject may be armed.   If you observe...
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“Project Lead the Way” at PHS Receives 3M Grant

December 10, 2012
“Project Lead the Way” at PHS Receives 3M Grant

  12/11/12 Last week representatives from the Plymouth 3M plant came to the high school so students in “”Project Lead the Way” and their teachers could thank them for the $25,000 grant they received.   PHS Principal Jim Condon explained that “Project Lead the Way” a pre-engineering and engineering technology program is in its...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Discarding Meth Lab in Trash

December 10, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Discarding Meth Lab in Trash

  12/11/12  On Saturday, December 8th at 1:30 PM Officer Shelley Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department responded to a dumpster at 314 Kingston Avenue after a witness reported seeing a subject dumping a smoking box into a dumpster. Arriving at the scene Officer Cleveland identified the discarded items as an active Meth Lab...
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