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Traveling Exhibit Opens at Culver Academies Detailing President Lincoln

October 8, 2012
Traveling Exhibit Opens at Culver Academies Detailing President Lincoln

  10/09/12 The national traveling exhibit “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War” will begin a five-week stay at the Culver Academies’ Huffington Library with a grand opening on Sunday, October 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. At the opening, visitors will step back in time as Academies’ students in Civil War dress guide...
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Mayor Senter Proclaims National Physical Therapy Month

October 8, 2012
Mayor Senter Proclaims National Physical Therapy Month

  10/09/12  National Physical Therapy Month is celebrated each October. The goal of the month long celebration is to raise awareness of the important role that physical therapists and physical therapy assistants play in helping people decrease pain, improve mobility, and engage in healthy lifestyles. Mayor Mark Senter has proclaimed National Physical Therapy month...
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Culver School Board Approves Teacher Contract

October 8, 2012
Culver School Board Approves Teacher Contract

  10/09/12 The Culver School Board met on Monday, October 1st. The meeting was a very short 12 minutes and the specific purpose of the meeting was to vote on the contract that the Culver Community Schools has with the teachers. The Culver School Board had a second reading and approval of Board Policy...
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LifePlex Opens Track Wednesday for American Cancer Society

October 8, 2012
LifePlex Opens Track Wednesday for American Cancer Society

 10/09/12 Fitness Forum at LifePlex will open their indoor track to the public on October the 10th to anyone who makes a donation to the American Cancer Society. “A Walk for Someone Else” will be from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Bring a friend and some loose change to donate to the American Cancer...
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Meet the Candidates at Miller’s

October 8, 2012
Meet the Candidates at Miller’s

  10/09/12 Miller’s Senior Living Community located at 625 Oakhill Avenue in Plymouth will host a MEET THE CANDIDATES night on Tuesday, October 9 beginning at 7:00 p.m.    The public is invited to come to Miller’s and listen as local, state and national political candidates from both political parties take turns explaining their platforms...
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Eagles Lodge in Plymouth Granted Liquor Permit

October 7, 2012
Eagles Lodge in Plymouth Granted Liquor Permit

  10/08/12 The local Eagle’s Lodge finally has a renewed liquor permit after almost a year of appeals with the Indiana State Board of Alcohol and Tobacco. Due to the appeal process, the club has been able to operate. In a meeting of the Marshall County Alcoholic Beverage Board last week, the board members...
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Argos Town Council Considers Establishment of Storm Water Rate

October 7, 2012
Argos Town Council Considers Establishment of Storm Water Rate

  10/08/12 The Argos Town Council discussed establishing an initial rate for the purpose of Storm Water Management.  There are still some areas of Argos with a storm water system that was installed in the 1930′s and have not been updated since.   The Council would like to provide a system for the safe and efficient...
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Pink Volleyball Game at PHS Tuesday for Ounce of Prevention

October 6, 2012
Pink Volleyball Game at PHS Tuesday for Ounce of Prevention

  10/08/12 The Plymouth High School Varsity Volleyball team will celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness the Tuesday evening October 9th with the Ounce of Prevention Pink volleyball game at 5:30 in the PHS varsity gym. Mrs. Kelly Redinger, mother of Amber Redinger is helping Oliver Ford heading up the activities for the night.   The match...
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Plymouth School Board ISTEP and ECa Reports

October 5, 2012
Plymouth School Board ISTEP and ECa Reports

10/08/12 During the October meeting, the Plymouth School Board heard a Plymouth High School Accountability report from Principal Jim Condon. The report followed the release of the A-F grade from the IDOE (Indiana Department of Education). PHS was given the top grade or “A” for the 2011-2012 school year. In the previous year, the...
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Arrests by City Police

October 5, 2012
Arrests by City Police

  10/08/12  On Thursday, October 4th at 5:45 PM Plymouth Police Officer Jesse Pippenger responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter.  Upon arriving at the store, 44 year old Nichelle M. Tauteris of Winamac was taken into custody for theft and was transported to the Marshall County Jail.   She was...
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