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Triton Elementary Rock to the 50′s

April 18, 2014
Triton Elementary Rock to the 50′s

Students at Triton Elementary School rocked out with 50′s Day on Friday, April 11th.  Students dressed the part of Elvis and other 50′s personalities and enjoyed performing musical hits like “Blue Suede Shoes” for the many visitors. Students also enjoyed celebrating the day with root beer floats.  Pictured are fourth grade students from Mrs....
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Pilgrims pick up first win over Triton

April 18, 2014
Pilgrims pick up first win over Triton

PLYMOUTH – Nothing has come easy for Plymouth’s Pilgrims so far in the new baseball season and the outcome Thursday was a 7-6 win over Triton it didn’t come without a price. First of all a five run Plymouth lead in the seventh wasn’t safe as the Trojans made a valiant run with two...
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Scoreboard 4-18-14

April 18, 2014

BASEBALL Plymouth 7, Triton 6   SOFTBALL The Plymouth Softball program earned it’s first victories last night against the Falcons of John Glenn High School. The Varsity squeaked out at 2-0 victory at home, scoring in the first and 6th inning. Meanwhile the JV won 15-3 at Glenn. It was a whole team victory...
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Plymouth School Board Interviews 4 Candidates for Cook’s Seat

April 17, 2014
Plymouth School Board Interviews 4 Candidates for Cook’s Seat

04/18/14 Thursday evening the Plymouth School Board conducted a special public meeting to interview candidates for the seat vacated by the recent resignation of Gary Cook.  Although an elected position, the statutory process requires candidates to submit a letter of interest.  If interviews are conducted, they must be in a public meeting, thus the...
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Notorious Meth Cook Nets 28 Year Prison Sentence

April 17, 2014
Notorious Meth Cook Nets 28 Year Prison Sentence

04/18/14 Chief Deputy Prosecutor Nelson Chipman lamented today that “for the last 6 or 7 years, one name consistently came up over and over in the overwhelming number of  meth related cases handled by local law enforcement.”  “In my opinion,” said Chipman, “Otis Young is responsible for getting more people, particularly young females, addicted...
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Mayor’s Youth Council Seeks Participation in Cleanup for Yellow River & City Parks

April 17, 2014
Mayor’s Youth Council Seeks Participation in Cleanup for Yellow River & City Parks

04/18/14  In 1970 Earth Day became an official holiday to raise concern about the changing environment around us.  We only have one Earth, so it is a necessity to pay attention and take care of the environment.  In honor of the environmental movement of Earth Day, the Mayor’s Youth Council will be hosting an...
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Defendant’s Candor is Rewarded with Only a 12 year Sentence

April 17, 2014
Defendant’s Candor is Rewarded with Only a 12 year Sentence

04/18/14 In what Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Nelson Chipman described as one of the most unusual sentencing hearings he had ever participated in, Judge Robert O. Bowen sentenced Thomas Howell, 50, of Plymouth to 12 years of imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Corrections for manufacturing methamphetamine in the Red Rock Inn.  Howell repeatedly...
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Area High School Graduation Rates

April 17, 2014
Area High School Graduation Rates

The number of high school students who graduated last year took a very slight dip from the year before. According to the Indiana Department Education (IDOE), the graduation rate statewide for the school year 2012-2013 was 88.6 percent.  The graduation rates for 2011-2012 came in at 88.7 percent. However, Glenda Ritz, Indiana superintendent of...
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2 Arrested in Culver for Marijuana

April 17, 2014

04/18/14  On Monday, April 14th at approximately 10:30 P.M. an officer with the Culver Police Department was on routine patrol in the area of West Shore Drive and South Main Street. During patrol the officer conducted a traffic stop on a passenger vehicle for traffic violations. The driver of the vehicle,  22 year old...
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American Revolution Studied by Riverside 5th Grade PBL

April 17, 2014
American Revolution Studied by Riverside 5th Grade PBL

Riverside’s fifth-grade Project Based Learning team has been studying the American Revolution. Student groups wrote skits for the important events in the Revolution.  They created props, sets and scripts. The students acted, were responsible for backstage efforts, sang songs and played their recorders.  The entire production was created by the students and it was...
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