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PHS April & May Female Scholar Athletes Honored

May 7, 2014
PHS April & May Female Scholar Athletes Honored

Before Tuesday’s track meet the Plymouth Athletic Booster Club recognized the April and May Female Scholar Athletes of the Month.    The April Scholar Athlete, Deb Anders is the daughter of Curt and Kathy Anders.  She is currently on the track team and ran cross country in the fall.  Deb will be attending Grace...
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Walorski Supports American Legion Call for Resignation of Veteran Affairs Secretary Shinseki

May 7, 2014
Walorski Supports American Legion Call for Resignation of Veteran Affairs Secretary Shinseki

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02) released the following statement after Monday’s announcement from American Legion National Commander, Daniel M. Dellinger, calling for the resignation of senior Veteran Affairs (VA) administration officials. “There is no excuse of delayed care for the millions of men and women who have fought and defended our country. ...
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Miller’s Senior Honors Volunteers

May 7, 2014
Miller’s Senior Honors Volunteers

Miller’s Senior Living Community Campus honored their 2013-2014 volunteers at a baked potato and salad bar Wednesday evening, April 23rd.  The banquet began at 6:30 p.m. in the Oak Hill Café at Miller’s Assisted Living facility.  Dietary staff prepared the homemade meal.  Using a quote from Winnie the Pooh, “Sometimes the smallest things take...
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POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK HOLDING MAY BIRD COUNT

May 7, 2014
POTAWATOMI WILDLIFE PARK HOLDING MAY BIRD COUNT

  Potawatomi Wildlife Park will host their annual May Bird Count this Saturday May 10th.  Participants should meet at the Nature Center at 8:00 AM. Experienced, novice and beginner birders are all welcome. The objective is to count the number of birds of each species and add to the species list for Potawatomi Wildlife...
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Excavating Company causes Power Outage

May 7, 2014
Excavating Company causes Power Outage

About 4:00 Monday afternoon, an excavating company from Monterey moved equipment to a new job site along State Road 10 west of Culver right on the county line.  As they pulled in at the Marshall-Starke County line, their excavator caught the utility lines, breaking off four electric poles.  REMC linemen were on the job...
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Carothers breaks record

May 7, 2014
Carothers breaks record

Kaitlyn Carothers broke the 7th grade 1600m record with a time of 5:28.1  The record was established by Morgan Uceny in 1998.
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Janet Swihart – 46 – from Plymouth

May 7, 2014
Janet Swihart – 46 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Janet Rose Schumacher – 71 – from Plymouth

May 7, 2014
Janet Rose Schumacher – 71 – from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Plymouth School Board set 2014-15 Fees

May 7, 2014
Plymouth School Board set 2014-15 Fees

  During their regular meeting on May 6, the Plymouth School Board approved textbook rental charges for grades K-4 for the school year 2014-2015. Rental charges include textbooks, consumables, and miscellaneous supplies. Kindergarten fees totaling $138 include textbooks in music, reading program, social studies, science, and Living Textbook Math. Consumables include Envisions Math, pre-reading...
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City Park Board Denies Request for Beer Tasting at BBQ Contest

May 6, 2014
City Park Board Denies Request for Beer Tasting at BBQ Contest

Monday evening the Plymouth Park Board passed a motion to deny the request of the Marshall County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to hold a beer tasting event during the Kansas City Barbeque Society BBQ Competition September 19th and 20th in Centennial Park. Cori Humes, Executive Director of the Tourism office was hoping to create...
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