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Triton 6th Graders Raise $1,599 in Pushcart Wars

May 19, 2015
Triton 6th Graders Raise $1,599 in Pushcart Wars

As part of their sixth grade experience with economies, the sixth graders at Triton Elementary School created their own “pushcart” business.  They then opened a special market on Friday, May 15th and invited students from the other grades to shop at their businesses.  Many young entrepreneurs were born! This is the 21st year of...
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PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AND NEW MEMBERS

May 19, 2015
PLYMOUTH LIONS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS AND NEW MEMBERS

District Governor Marty J. Juel and wife Lion Jeanine were on hand at the May meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club to induct new members.  Sean Surrisi and Alicia Torres were formally installed by the District Governor who reminded all present that it has been nearly 100 years since Melvin Jones, founder of  Lions...
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Doghouse Mentoring Program at Riverside ready for Bids

May 19, 2015
Doghouse Mentoring Program at Riverside ready for Bids

In early April WTCA did a story about an after-school group from Riverside Intermediate School that was building a luxury doghouse that would end up being a fundraiser for the Marshall County Humane Society. Riverside Teacher Jeff Hunter had a male student he wanted to mentor. The idea of building a doghouse was proposed...
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Give It to Win It, Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market

May 19, 2015
Give It to Win It, Blood Drive at Farmers’ Market

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will host his first Blood Drive of the summer season at the Farmer’s Market this Saturday, May 23th. The South Bend Medical Foundation will bring an air-conditioned mobile lab for folks that want to donate.  The Blood Drive is scheduled to be open from 8 a.m. till 12 noon. Participants...
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PHS Seniors Director One Act Plays

May 19, 2015
PHS Seniors Director One Act Plays

Three seniors in the Plymouth High School Acting Class presented their One-Act plays on May 16 to family and friends. According to teacher, Charlotte Tyree, those seniors in the 3rd trimester class who wanted to try their hands at directing had to find a published script and, if needed, condense it to 30-40 minute...
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Tiger Woods, Mia Hamm, and Oprah ­ among Celebs at Menominee Monday!

May 19, 2015
Tiger Woods, Mia Hamm, and Oprah ­ among Celebs at Menominee Monday!

The Menominee Elementary third grade enrichment group put on a “Living Museum” Monday in the schools’ gymnasium.  In all, 18 students are involved in the enrichment group.   Each student had the opportunity to pick an influential person who has shaped history, learn about the person and then fully become the person they picked for the hands-on...
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Charles Williams – 66 – from Culver

May 19, 2015
Charles Williams – 66 – from Culver

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete Details.
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Indiana Groups Announce Support for Donnelly’s Bipartisan Bill to Combat Heroin Use and Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemics

May 19, 2015
Indiana Groups Announce Support for Donnelly’s Bipartisan Bill to Combat Heroin Use and Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemics

Washington, D.C. — Following U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly’s reintroduction of bipartisan legislation to combat heroin use and prescription drug abuse epidemics with Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), more than a half dozen Indiana organizations, including law enforcement and other groups, announced today they endorse the effort. The Heroin and Prescription Opioid Abuse Prevention, Education, and Enforcement Act of 2015 has...
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Bottorff and Treat Honored for 44 years on Sheriff’s Merit Board

May 19, 2015
Bottorff and Treat Honored for 44 years on Sheriff’s Merit Board

Captain Dan Butt with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stepped in for Sheriff Chamberlin Monday during the Commissioner’s meeting to officially show the two plaques of appreciation for retiring Merit Board members that will be prominently displayed in the front lobby of the Sheriff’s Department. Merit board members govern the Sheriff’s Department covering the...
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12 PHS Students Inducted into Academic Hall of Fame

May 18, 2015
12 PHS Students Inducted into Academic Hall of Fame

Twelve outstanding graduating seniors of Plymouth High School were inducted into the Academic Hall of Fame on May 17, 2015. James Condon, principal of PHS, said, “One of the things we ask incoming freshman is “What will your legacy be when you leave Plymouth High School”? The students being inducted into our Academic Hall...
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