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School Board Approves $900,000 Contract for Closed Circuit TV’s

December 4, 2013
School Board Approves $900,000 Contract for Closed Circuit TV’s

  12/05/13 The Plymouth School Board put the final stamp of approval on a Closed Circuit TV installation project for the Plymouth Community Schools. At the last meeting of November, the Board approved EMCOR as the Guaranteed Savings Provider for the project that will mean upgrades to the video cameras in all nine buildings...
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PHS Band Members Perform in State Honor Band

December 4, 2013
PHS Band Members Perform in State Honor Band

    12/15/13 On Sunday, November 17th, two members of the Plymouth High School Band performed with the Indiana Bandmasters Association’s annual “All-District Honor Band.”    This band is comprised of students from around the state that audition through an application process and band director recommendation.   Once accepted into the honor band, students spend several...
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Committee to Look at Planning for US 31

December 4, 2013
Committee to Look at Planning for US 31

12/05/13 “Plymouth and Marshall County will form a committee to look out for the area’s interests as planning and construction on U.S. 31 continue.” The initial construction on U.S. 31 was designed to take place in three phases – phase one in Howard County near Kokomo, phase two in Plymouth stretching to South Bend and...
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COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GIVING CARDS DOUBLE AS A GOOD DEED AND A GOOD PRESENT

December 4, 2013
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GIVING CARDS DOUBLE AS A GOOD DEED AND A GOOD PRESENT

  12/15/13 This holiday season, Marshall County Community Foundation Giving Cards are an easy way to share the joy of giving and support local charities. Like any retail gift card, Giving Cards can be purchased in any amount and given as gifts. Recipients redeem the card by selecting the charitable organization or cause they...
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“Bounce for Boo” Fundraiser this Saturday

December 4, 2013
“Bounce for Boo” Fundraiser this Saturday

  12/05/13 “Bounce for Boo” a benefit for Marcelino Lindner will be held this Saturday, December 7th from 9:00 a.m. till 12:00 noon at Menominee Elementary School on Discovery Lane in Plymouth.    This benefit is open to the entire community so bring your kids, the neighbor’s kids or you grandchildren and let them “Bounce...
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City BZA Denies Variance for Motorcycle Repair Shop in Carriage Hills

December 4, 2013
City BZA Denies Variance for Motorcycle Repair Shop in Carriage Hills

  12/05/13 The Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals denied a variance of use request for a motorcycle repair shop in the Carriage Hills subdivision. John and Gretchen Manning were seeking the variance of use from the Plymouth BZA for their home in Carriage Hills. John is a certified technician for Harley­ Davidson Motorcycles and...
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PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS THEIR FIRST ANNUAL RING CEREMONY

December 4, 2013

12/05/13 On Monday, December 2nd the class of 2016 met before school for Plymouth High School’s first annual “Class Ring Ceremony”. Class President Curtis Smith opened the ceremony explaining the meaning of the class ring and how it bonds a circle of eternal unity, school, a class and friends, and how the ring presents...
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Lincoln Driven To Give Event for DAV

December 4, 2013
Lincoln Driven To Give Event for DAV

  12/06/13 Oliver Ford Lincoln will be holding a “Driven To Give” event at the Life Enhancement Center in Plymouth this Saturday, December 7th from 9 a.m. till noon.  This Lincoln “Driven To Give” event will benefit the local Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organizations.  Oliver Ford Lincoln is inviting you, your friends, relatives and neighbors...
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Plymouth School Board Approved Referral Bonus Progam

December 4, 2013
Plymouth School Board Approved Referral Bonus Progam

  12/05/13 On December 3, The Plymouth School Board revisited a proposed employee Referral Bonus Program as a way to find potential school bus drivers. According to Superintendent Daniel Tyree, schools all over the state are experiencing the same type of difficulties in attracting school bus drivers. Tyree said Plymouth Community School Corporation (PCSC)...
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Triton FFA Attends Leadership Camp

December 4, 2013
Triton FFA Attends Leadership Camp

  12/05/12 Triton FFA Advisory Mrs. Leeper took four students to FIRE camp one weekend in November.  FIRE camp is a leadership camp put on by the state FFA officer team.  The Triton FFA group traveled to Trafalgar, IN on Friday to take part in the Catching Fire themed camp. The kids had a...
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