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HOOSIERS TRAVELING TO STATES WITH HEPATITIS A OUTBREAKS URGED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST DISEASE

April 19, 2018
HOOSIERS TRAVELING TO STATES WITH HEPATITIS A OUTBREAKS URGED TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST DISEASE

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is urging Hoosiers to get vaccinated and take other steps to protect themselves from hepatitis A if they plan to travel to states that are experiencing outbreaks of the disease. Kentucky and Michigan have reported significant outbreaks of hepatitis A, a highly contagious viral infection of the liver....
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Fairgoers Invited to STEP RIGHT UP! to The Greatest 17 Days of Summer

April 19, 2018
Fairgoers Invited to STEP RIGHT UP! to The Greatest 17 Days of Summer

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, circus lovers from around the world! The Indiana State Fair announces its 2018 theme STEP RIGHT UP! to The Greatest 17 Days of Summer, August 3-19. For the first time the Indiana State Fair, the greatest showcase of agriculture and entertainment, is bringing fairgoers a world-class circus featuring acrobats, clowns, trapeze...
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Historic Farms Sought for Rural Preservation Award

April 19, 2018
Historic Farms Sought for Rural Preservation Award

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau welcome nominations for the 2018 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation. The award recognizes the preservation and continued agricultural use of historic farm buildings in Indiana. Anyone, including farm owners, can submit a nomination for the Arnold Award, which will be presented during the Indiana State Fair in...
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Plymouth Education Association (PEA) Chicken Dinner and Bake Sale Fundraiser Friday

April 19, 2018
Plymouth Education Association (PEA) Chicken Dinner and Bake Sale Fundraiser Friday

  The Plymouth Education Association (PEA) will host a carry-out Chicken Dinner and Bake Sale Fundraiser in the lobby at Plymouth High School today (Friday, April 20) from 3:30-5:30 p.m.   A few tickets will be available at the door tonight. Proceeds raised will go directly towards college scholarships for Plymouth High School seniors who...
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City Street Projects Get Underway Next Week

April 19, 2018
City Street Projects Get Underway Next Week

The City of Plymouth will begin working on their Spring Street and Sidewalk Projects next week.  Walsh and Kelly Inc. from South Bend was the low bidder on the projects the will mill-off the top coat of asphalt and then put down a new coat of asphalt. The streets that Walsh and Kelly will...
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Plymouth School Board Sets Extra Make-up Date for this Year

April 18, 2018
Plymouth School Board Sets Extra Make-up Date for this Year

Plymouth Schools students will have to attend classes for one more day than originally planned. According to Superintendent Andy Hartley, the added student and teacher day is necessary to meet the 180 days of instruction required by the state. Flooding conditions forced the closing of school for four days on February 21, 22, 23,...
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City Hall Reno Project Continues

April 18, 2018
City Hall Reno Project Continues

The Renovation project of Plymouth’s City Hall continues to move forward.  During Tuesday’s Redevelopment Commission meeting, City Attorney Sean Surrisi gave members a brief update on the $2 million project. Michiana Contracting has transitioned from major work on the second floor down to the first floor.  Surrisi said the walls upstairs are in and...
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Carnegie Pleads Guilty to 3 Charges, Sentenced to 9 Years

April 18, 2018
Carnegie Pleads Guilty to 3 Charges, Sentenced to 9 Years

54 year old Vincent S. Carnegie of Argos appeared in Marshall Superior Court I Wednesday morning with his attorney Tom Black for a plea agreement. Carnegie’s case dates back to May 26, 2017.  The Probable Cause Affidavit accuses Carnegie of breaking and entering his former girlfriend’s home and then driving her between Plymouth and Argos where she eventually escaped and...
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WSOI Students Speak to Plymouth School Board

April 18, 2018
WSOI Students Speak to Plymouth School Board

Three Weidner School of Inquiry seniors along with a 2017 graduate shared their experiences with the Plymouth School Board on April 17. WSOI Co-Directors, Michael Delp and Jennifer Felke, said the students are examples of those who are pursuing a graduation and career plan. Jennifer Moncada is finishing her regular graduation requirements and at...
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PHS FTA Students Job Shadow Favorite Teachers

April 18, 2018
PHS FTA Students Job Shadow Favorite Teachers

Plymouth High School students who are part of the Future Teachers of America (FTA) club got to spend Thursday, April 12 job shadowing one of their favorite Plymouth Community School Corporation teachers. Close to four dozen students spent the day at Lincoln Jr. High School, Riverside Intermediate School, Menominee Elementary School, Webster Elementary School,...
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