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Triton 3rd Graders Visit Fair Oaks Dairy

September 28, 2015
Triton 3rd Graders Visit Fair Oaks Dairy

Third grader students from Triton Elementary had a beautiful day for their study trip to Fair Oaks Dairy on September 24th!  Students have been learning about different types of communities with a specific emphasis on rural communities and dairy farms.  We have learned many things such as:  parts of a dairy cow, dairy nutrition, goods and services...
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Park Receives $50,000 LARE Grant for Bank Stabilization Project

September 28, 2015
Park Receives $50,000 LARE Grant for Bank Stabilization Project

A Department of Natural Resources LARE (Lake and River Enhancement) grant was awarded to the Plymouth Park Department for a bank stabilization project. During the September Park Board meeting is was announced that a $50,000 grant had been received to stabilize the river bank along the Greenway Trail near the Dog Park.  With all...
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Museum to Host Ghost Walk

September 27, 2015
Museum to Host Ghost Walk

The Marshall County Historical Society will present a Ghost Walk on Saturday, October 31st at the museum. Step into the past and listen to the stories of Marshall County told through the lives of its men and women.  The life stories of Fred H. Kuhn – Plymouth Fire Chief, Jacob Ness – architect, Edith...
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Plymouth Fire Monthly Report

September 27, 2015
Plymouth Fire Monthly Report

Plymouth Firefighters, EMS and paramedics responded to a total of 209 alarm situations in August.  Of those 209 calls, 165 were for emergency medical service incidents and 13 medical assists. Fire calls included 1 chemical release, a combustible spill or leak, 2 electrical wiring problems, a good intent call,  a vehicle fire, an outside...
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City Meetings Monday

September 27, 2015
City Meetings Monday

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening, September 28th starting at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety. The board is scheduled to award the bid for the demolition of four homes in the floodplain.  Bids were open at their last meeting, earlier this month will.  Also...
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Rock the Park Chili Fest 2015 this Saturday at PWP

September 27, 2015
Rock the Park Chili Fest 2015 this Saturday at PWP

The Bourbon “Rock the Park” Community Destination Imagination Team will host an outreach project in partnership with the Potawatomi Wildlife Park on Saturday, October 3rd. How does your chili stack up?  Would Rachel Ray and Bobby Flay want to “throw it down” with you?  Here’s your chance to prove to the community that your...
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Bremen Police Report fro Sept. 18 – Sept. 24th

September 27, 2015
Bremen Police Report fro Sept. 18 – Sept. 24th

Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel released the department’s activity report for September 18th through the 24th. Bremen officers issues 53 traffic warnings and 16 traffic citations.  They also responded to a property damage accident on Sept. 22nd at 224 West Plymouth Street. During the reporting period Bremen Police arrested Julian Valadez of Bremen on...
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Abair Arrested in Moose Parking Lot

September 27, 2015
Abair Arrested in Moose Parking Lot

A Plymouth teen was arrested last Thursday for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Moose Lodge parking lot Thursday afternoon about 2 for a subject in the parking lot with a Taser.  Officer John Weir located 19 year old Josiah Jehiel Abair and upon searching him for weapons,...
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Senator Head Announces Homework Hotline

September 27, 2015
Senator Head Announces Homework Hotline

Middle and high school students across Indiana who need extra help with math and science are invited to contact the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s free Homework Hotline by calling, chatting online or emailing with tutors. More than 30 tutors are available each night Sunday through Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. eastern time for students in grades six...
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Triton 6th Graders Practice Ancient Form of Writing

September 27, 2015
Triton 6th Graders Practice Ancient Form of Writing

Students in Mrs. Watkins’s sixth grade classroom at Triton Jr. Sr. High School learned about cuneiform writing in Social Studies and what Sumerian cuneiform is.   Students integrated art in their lesson studying the ancient Mesopotamian people and the earliest forms of writing. To get the full experience of what it was like to be a...
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