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Triton Jr. High Science Fair Winners

February 12, 2013
Triton Jr. High Science Fair Winners

  02/13/13 The Triton Jr. High Science Fair was held on Feb. 5th with over 150 projects that were divided into 9 difference categories.  The judges determine a winner for each category and then picked an overall winner. The principals choose a project that they found to be the most interesting investigation.  This year’s overall winner is...
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Donnelly Statement on Hagel Nomination for Secretary of Defense

February 12, 2013
Donnelly Statement on Hagel Nomination for Secretary of Defense

  02/13/13 After the Senate Armed Services Committee vote on Senator Chuck Hagel’s nomination for Secretary of Defense, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement. “The hearing in the Senate Armed Services Committee and my personal meeting with Senator Chuck Hagel provided valuable opportunities to discuss many of the challenges facing the next Secretary...
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Armed Robbery at Karma Records

February 11, 2013
Armed Robbery at Karma Records

  02/12/13 A female employee from Karma Records in the Pine Creek Plaza at US 30 and Pioneer Drive called 9-1-1 Monday afternoon at 5:23 and reported an armed robbery. Scanner traffic and the shift log from the Plymouth Police department indicated a young male entered the store with a knife and demanded money. ...
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V-TAC to Lease Upstairs of Old Fire House

February 11, 2013
V-TAC to Lease Upstairs of Old Fire House

  02/12/13 It was a quick meeting for the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night.  Department heads Utility Superintendent Donny Davidson, Fire Chief Rod Miller and Police Chief Dave Bacon each presented their monthly reports.  Bacon also sought and was granted approval to seek quotes for new squad cars which are...
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County Council Approves Full-Time and Benefits for Veterans Service Officer

February 11, 2013
County Council Approves Full-Time and Benefits for Veterans Service Officer

  02/12/13 The Marshall County Council approved the requests of Sheriff Tom Chamberlin and County Assessor Debbie Dunning for personnel replacements.  The Sheriff said he recently had a female jailer/dispatcher leave to take a position in another jail.  He asked for approval to fill the vacancy.  Dunning said she has had the vacancy since...
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Plymouth Schools Offer Chinese Language Classes at PHS & LJH with Teacher from China

February 11, 2013
Plymouth Schools Offer Chinese Language Classes at PHS & LJH with Teacher from China

  02/12/13 Mei Guan, Plymouth High School and Lincoln Junior High School Chinese teacher, made the long trip to the United States in time to start the school year and begin the arduous task of teaching her native language-in both verbal and written form-to some 60 students. In China, Guan would have written her...
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LOCAL VOLUNTEERS, COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS NEEDED FOR AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY DAFFODIL DAYS®

February 11, 2013
LOCAL VOLUNTEERS, COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS NEEDED FOR AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY DAFFODIL DAYS®

   02/12/13  For more than 35 years, the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days® program has been making a difference in the fight against cancer and providing hope for those facing the disease. Although Daffodil Days involves offering daffodils to donors every spring in appreciation for their contributions, it is about more than just giving...
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Triton Elementary Students Science Fair Projects Qualify for N.D. Regional

February 11, 2013
Triton Elementary Students Science Fair Projects Qualify for N.D. Regional

  02/12/13 Triton Elementary had their annual Science Fair on Friday, February 1st, during school hours. They had approximately 90 Science projects from grades 4th through 6th. The judging of these projects came from Bethel College education students and Mr. Steve Jeffrey. This year each student had to come up with their own “Big...
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33 from PHS to Participate at ISSMA State Solo & Ensemble Contest

February 11, 2013
33 from PHS to Participate at ISSMA State Solo & Ensemble Contest

  02/12/13 On Saturday, January 26th, the Plymouth High School Band competed in the Indiana State School Music Association’s annual Solo and Ensemble district level competition.  The event was held at Kokomo High School. Plymouth students took a total of fifty-four solo and ensemble participants to the event.  Each event is given a rating...
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Coats Renews Push for Balanced Budget Amendment

February 11, 2013
Coats Renews Push for Balanced Budget Amendment

  02/12/13 Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.), senior Senate Republican on the Joint Economic Committee, Monday supported a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would force the government to balance its budget, limit the growth of federal spending and require supermajorities for tax increases. Coats supported identical legislation in the 112th Congress. “Hoosier...
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