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Plymouth Band Looking for Good Used Instruments

August 26, 2012
Plymouth Band Looking for Good Used Instruments

  08/27/12 Plymouth High School Band Director, Bryan Ames, is asking the community to help provide instruments for beginning students. Ames said, “There are 100 kids in beginning band and many do not have instruments since their parents can no longer afford to purchase instruments.” Ames said,”Although we will take any instruments, we mostly...
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Kayla Miracle took second at the female freestyle cadet world championships

August 26, 2012

BAKU, Azerbaijan – Culver Girls Academy junior Kayla Miracle, of Bloomington, Ind., won the silver medal at 56 kg/123.25 lbs. on the first day of women’s freestyle wrestling at the FILA Cadet World Championships Thursday. Miracle had a 3-1 record during her competition, capturing her first three bouts to earn a spot in the...
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Drive One for LJHS Literacy

August 26, 2012
Drive One for LJHS Literacy

08/27/12 Some more exciting news is on the horizon for the Lincoln Junior High School …….Oliver Ford is having their next Drive One for LJHS on Saturday Sept. 29th from 9-noon. The drive will take place at Plymouth High School in the north parking lot.  Oliver Ford will bring about a dozen different types...
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New Teachers in Plymouth School System

August 24, 2012
New Teachers in Plymouth School System

  08/27/12 Plymouth Schools new elementary art teacher, Lyra Skinner, splits her time between Washington and Menominee Elementary Schools. She will also be involved in high ability programs one day a week.   Skinner, originally from Marian, IN, attended Indiana Wesleyan University with the former art teacher Haley Church. Church moved to Plymouth High...
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Arts Council to Host 2nd Annual Show at Blueberry

August 24, 2012
Arts Council to Host 2nd Annual Show at Blueberry

  08/27/12 Unique, locally created artwork will be at your fingertips next weekend at the Arts Council of Marshall County’s second annual art sale at the Blueberry Festival. “What we are trying to do is promote local artists and have them take part (in the festival),” said Ed Pullen, president of the Arts Council....
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Mourdock Secures Indiana Chamber of Commerce Endorsement

August 24, 2012
Mourdock Secures Indiana Chamber of Commerce Endorsement

  08/27/12 State Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock today accepted the endorsement of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. “I am proud to accept the endorsement of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce,” said Mourdock. “Four years of tax and regulatory burdens imposed by President Obama have taken a toll on Indiana’s business owners,...
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City Tree & Flower Committee Gets Started with Initial Meeting

August 23, 2012
City Tree & Flower Committee Gets Started with Initial Meeting

  08/24/12 Last week Mayor Mark Senter called a meeting of the new Urban Forest and Flower Committee.  Members of the committee include Park Superintendent Mike Hite, Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt and City Abroriculturalist Cameron Arnold.  The Common Council appointed Steve Listenberger and Councilman Shawn Grobe while Mayor Senter appointed Luke Felde, Dan Shuppert,...
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Redevelopment Comm. Approves Concession of Land Sale Proceeds for Kessler

August 23, 2012
Redevelopment Comm. Approves Concession of Land Sale Proceeds for Kessler

  08/24/12 City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented an Infrastructure Development Agreement to members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Tuesday evening between the Board of Public Works and Safety, Redevelopment Commission and the VanVactor Family. Jennifer Laurent, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation explained about a potential development prospect for property in...
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County Receives $3.8 Million for 7th Road

August 23, 2012
County Receives $3.8 Million for 7th Road

 08/24/12 Last week the Indiana Department of Transportation notified County Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck and the Commissioners of an award of additional funds for the 7th Road project. The County was awarded an additional $3,860,606in Federal Highway Administration funds for the 7th Road project.  The total Federal share for the project is now $8,160,606. ...
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Donnelly Continues Main Street Tour with Senator Evan Bayh in Plymouth

August 23, 2012
Donnelly Continues Main Street Tour with Senator Evan Bayh in Plymouth

  08/24/12 Thursday,Congressman Joe Donnelly and former U.S. Senator Evan Bayh continued their two-day, five-community tour of Indiana talking about their shared common sense approach to getting things done for middle class families.  They began their day in Fort Wayne, where they visited Paint the Town Graphics, a small, women-owned business on Main Street....
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