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Break-A-Board Buddy Day

December 13, 2012
Break-A-Board Buddy Day

  12/14/12 Plymouth Family Taekwondo recently hosted a Break-A-Board Buddy Day.  It was a chance for students to invite friends and family to come and get some training in the martial arts.  The guests were able to train in Taekwondo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Kickboxing.  At the end of the event, all the participants were...
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Trobridge Recognized for 8 Years on Triton School Board

December 13, 2012
Trobridge Recognized for 8 Years on Triton School Board

  12/14/12 At the December 10th meeting of the Triton School Board, Superintendent Donna Burroughs presented a plaque to outgoing member Richard “Dick” Trowbridge to thank him for his eight years of service to Triton Schools as a member of the board.
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Residents Enjoy Sleigh Rides at Miller’s

December 13, 2012
Residents Enjoy Sleigh Rides at Miller’s

 12/14/12 The horse drawn sleigh rides on Sunday at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Sunday afternoon were a huge hit even though there was no snow.  The sleigh rides were just one of the featured attractions at Miller’s annual Holiday Open House and Festival of Trees that took place from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00...
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David G. Perrin – from Bourbon

December 13, 2012

David G. Perrin, of Bourbon passed away at 1:24 P.M. Wednesday, December 12, 2012, Unexpectedly of natural causes.  Arrangements are pending at Deaton-Clemens Funeral Home, Bourbon
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Theft at Stone Creek Homes

December 12, 2012
Plymouth Man Arrested for Theft at Stone Creek Homes

  12/13/12  On Thursday, December 6th at approximately 2:15 in the afternoon Plymouth Police Detective Leo Mangus assisted by officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department served a search warrant on 48 year old Andrew J. White at his residence in the 7,000 block of Rose Road in Marshall County.   Detective Mangus has been...
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Donnelly Receives Committee Assignments

December 12, 2012
Donnelly Receives Committee Assignments

  12/13/12 Wednesday, Senator-elect Joe Donnelly received his committee assignments for the 113th Congress. Senator-elect Donnelly will serve on the Armed Services, Agriculture, and Aging Committees. “I am pleased to have the opportunity to serve the diverse needs of Hoosiers, especially our men and women in uniform, agricultural community, and seniors,” said Senator-elect Donnelly....
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Radio & Broadcasting Classes at PHS

December 12, 2012
Radio & Broadcasting Classes at PHS

  12/13/12 As the emphasize on Indiana schools to graduate students with college preparatory or career skills increases, a vocational offering held at Plymouth High School could be the answer for students pursuing either pathway. The class, taught by Plymouth School’s teacher David McKenzie, is offered through the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative. This...
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WALORSKI ANNOUNCES APPOINTEMENT TO HOUSE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE (HASC)

December 12, 2012
WALORSKI ANNOUNCES APPOINTEMENT TO HOUSE ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE (HASC)

  12/13/12  Representative-Elect Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Wednesday announced her appointment to the House Armed Services Committee for the 113th Congress. “It’s a privilege to be appointed to such a prestigious committee, and I’m confident it will largely benefit Hoosiers in the Second District,” said Walorski. House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Chairman, Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon,...
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November Police and Fire Activity Report for City

December 12, 2012
November Police and Fire Activity Report for City

  12/13/12 Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox presented the November activity report to members of the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday night.  His department handled 636 calls for information and 266 complaints.  City officers conducted 167 traffic stops and made 164 security checks and responded to 139 911 calls. Plymouth Police officers...
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All Day Kindergarten Funding Doubled for 2012-2013

December 12, 2012
All Day Kindergarten Funding Doubled for 2012-2013

  12/13/12 Funding for Indiana all day kindergarten for Indiana schools doubled for the 2012-2013 school year, according to a press release from the Indiana Department Education (IDOE) on Monday. The increase of $107.9 million drives the total funding for the programs to $189.8 million. The funds are scheduled to be distributed on December...
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