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September Scholar Athletes at PHS

October 20, 2014
September Scholar Athletes at PHS

The September male and female Scholar Athletes of the Month were announced during Friday night’s football game at Plymouth High School. The PHS male Scholar Athlete for the month of September is Drew Gerard, son of Greg and Amy Gerard. Drew is 13th in his class with a 4.248 GPA. He is a member...
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Vote for Your Favorite Scarecrows

October 20, 2014
Vote for Your Favorite Scarecrows

The 2014 Scarecrow Contest in Plymouth is underway and the community is invited to vote for their favorites this week. There are 36 businesses participating and we need you to travel around the city and check out everyone creativeness, then vote for your top three favorites. There are ballots in the Pilot News this...
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PHS Band Advances to Semi-State

October 20, 2014
PHS Band Advances to Semi-State

On Saturday, October 18th, the “Pride of Plymouth” marching band competed in the Indiana State School Music Association’s Regional marching band competition. The ISSMA Regional event brings all of the Open Class bands in the state together into two sites (North and South). At each of these sites, the bands compete for top honors...
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Sleepy Drive Rolls Car in Crash

October 20, 2014
Sleepy Drive Rolls Car in Crash

29 year old Brandon W. Adkins of Plymouth told County Police Officer Rob Hafke he was driving northbound on Michigan Road south of 3rd Road Sunday afternoon just before 1 when he fell asleep and crashed his 2014 Honda. The vehicle traveled left of center and off into the south bound shoulder. The vehicle...
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Bicentennial Legacy Project for Marshall County Endorsed by IN Bicentennial Commission

October 20, 2014
Bicentennial Legacy Project for Marshall County Endorsed by IN Bicentennial Commission

The Indiana Bicentennial Commission announced Monday the fourth round of endorsed legacy projects, bringing the official number of Bicentennial Legacy Projects to 103. The word is spreading about community organizations becoming Bicentennial partners through the Commission’s Legacy Project endorsement process. Twenty-eight Bicentennial Legacy Project Endorsement Applications were approved by the Commission at its October...
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PHS Bootsers Present $6,000 Check

October 20, 2014
PHS Bootsers Present $6,000 Check

Friday night during the Pink Football game at the Rockpile at Plymouth High School the Athletic Booster Club presented PHS Athletic Director Roy Benge with a check for $6,000.
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Dragons claim semi-state berth

October 20, 2014

The Argos Dragons soccer team will make a fourth straight return to the semi-state by taking a win over Eastern in the regional final at Peru on Saturday. Argos’ Adam Binkley scored the hat trick in the title game finding the net three times. The Dragons broke a scoreless halftime tie with three straight...
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JOANNE P. COLLINS – 78 – formerly of Culver

October 19, 2014

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth Schools Ban Substitute Teacher see on NBC’s “To Catch a Predator”

October 19, 2014
Plymouth Schools Ban Substitute Teacher see on NBC’s “To Catch a Predator”

More information emerged on Friday concerning the substitute that had been working at the Plymouth Schools. When administrators at PCSC received information about criminal activity that the substitute was involved with in another state, they immediately took action to ban him from all Plymouth Schools property. Apparently the same male substitute had been working...
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Win a Chance to Cut Mr. Schmidt’s Hair

October 19, 2014
Win a Chance to Cut Mr. Schmidt’s Hair

Tim Schmidt, Physical Education Teacher at Riverside Intermediate School in Plymouth has been letting his hair grow. In fact, it’s been nearly two years since his had a real haircut. It’s not that he was saving money, or boycotting haircuts…he’s been growing his hair long for a cause. Schmidt said, “I will be donating...
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