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Plymouth Schools Offer Informational Meetings on PBL

October 19, 2012
Plymouth Schools Offer Informational Meetings on PBL

10/22/12 Amy Gerard, Director of Project Based Learning in grades K through 8 for the Plymouth School Corporation is excited to announce opportunities for the public to learn about Project Based Learning. The Plymouth Community Schools will be hosting informational meetings about Project Based Learning and these sessions are open to anyone who would...
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Purdue Twirling Clinic

October 19, 2012
Purdue Twirling Clinic

 10/22/12 On Sunday, October 14th Lincoln Jr. High was black and gold! Over 60 twirlers turned out for the Fifth Annual Purdue Twirling Clinic, which was hosted by Daphne’s Dolls. The Golden Girl and Miss Indiana, MerrieBeth Cox, Silver Twins, Jordan Foster and Alyssa Lyzen and the Girl in Black, Cecilia Diazovi put on an...
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Triton 3rd Graders Learn Science with Balloon cars

October 19, 2012
Triton 3rd Graders Learn Science with Balloon cars

  10/22/12 Third grade students in Mrs. Strycker’s class at Triton Elementary School are studying the scientific process.  Lokie Doll and Ashton Oviedo making their “balloon” cars for the science project.  They’re going to test them later to see what factors make the car go faster.
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Radio Auction Raises $8,393 for Football Program at PHS

October 19, 2012
Radio Auction Raises $8,393 for Football Program at PHS

  10/19/12 Last Friday night as the Plymouth Rockies Football Team took on the Northwood Panthers for a battle of the NLC Conference Title WTCA was able to present a check to the school. Kathy Bottorff from WTCA and Tonda Ellis, Radio Auction Chairman presented a check to the Plymouth High School Football Fund...
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Many Taking Advantage of Absentee Voting

October 18, 2012
Many Taking Advantage of Absentee Voting

  10/19/12 Although absentee voting in Marshall County only opened a little over a week ago, there have been more absentee votes cast so far than in 2008 at this time of the year. According to Marshall County Clerk, Julie Fox, as of mid-morning October 17, there have been a total of 602 walk-ins...
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PHS Spell Bowl Team Advances to State Competition

October 18, 2012
PHS Spell Bowl Team Advances to State Competition

10/19/12 Monday night at the John Glenn Area Competition of the IASP Hoosier Spell Bowl, Plymouth High School scored a school record 84 points to finish 2nd to Penn High’s perfect score of 90.   Satewide in Division 1, Penn and Martinsville tied for first, followed by Plymouth.  Kurt Corsbie and Ashley Stokes were...
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“Coming Home: Honoring Our Indiana Heroes” at MoonTree Studios

October 18, 2012
“Coming Home: Honoring Our Indiana Heroes” at MoonTree Studios

  10/19/12 MoonTree Studios in Donaldson presents “Coming Home: Honoring Our Indiana Heroes” this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event celebrates a new alliance between MoonTree Studios, the Veteran’s Therapeutic Art Center (VTAC) and Ancilla College.   Events for the day include a silent auction of unique furniture art created by veterans...
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September Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

October 18, 2012
September Activity Report for Sheriff’s Department

  10/19/12 Operating a vehicle While Intoxicated is number one on the Marshall County Top Ten Offenses for September 2012.  The list continues with Failure to Appear and Theft at number three.  Arrests for cocaine or meth were the fourth followed by marijuana.  The sixth reason people were booked into the County Jail was...
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Mobil Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

October 18, 2012
Mobil Food Pantry in Plymouth on Friday

  10/19/12 Since March, the Northern Indiana Food Bank has hit the road one day each week delivering nutritious food directly to those in need in pre-selected communities in Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall, Starke and St. Joseph Counties. Fresh perishable items including dairy, grains, produce and protein along with dry goods are offered free...
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ALS Awareness and Smiles

October 18, 2012
ALS Awareness and Smiles

  10/19/12 “Tomorrow don’t forget your P.J.’s Mom,” my daughter yelled as she jumped out of the car this morning.  My Daughter, Reilly Reinhold, would like everyone to wear Pajama’s and talk about the disease that took her father and my husband’s life in June. Reilly came up with the PJ Day last year...
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