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Union North School Board Cancels Bus Driver’s Contract

February 10, 2012
Union North School Board Cancels Bus Driver’s Contract

  02/10/12 The Union-North United School Board voted unanimously on Thursday night to cancel the contract of bus driver Kelly Carrico. The board, along with Superintendent Mitch Mawhorter, Attorney Mark Scudder, Carrico and Attorney Vince Campiti had met in executive session prior to the regular school board meeting in a final attempt to iron...
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Citation Given for Synthetic Marijuana

February 9, 2012
Citation Given for Synthetic Marijuana

02/10/12  On Friday, February 3rd,  around 11:50am, Patrolman Les McFarland of the Marshall County Police Department was on routine patrol when he conducted a traffic stop at US 30 at the ramp of US 31 southbound. During the investigation it was discovered that driver, Lee Waltz was operating the vehicle without having financial responsibility....
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Riverside Science Bowl Team in State’s Top Ten

February 9, 2012
Riverside Science Bowl Team in State’s Top Ten

  02/10/12 The Riverside Intermediate School Science Bowl team recently competed in a state competition.  The Riverside team placed in the Top Ten for the State of Indiana. The team coach is Mrs. Sue Turpin, 6th grade teacher at Riverside. Members of the team are: (L to R) Caleb Isom, Hattie Myers, Trent McKenzie,...
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Donnelly Officially Files for U.S. Senate Race

February 9, 2012
Donnelly Officially Files for U.S. Senate Race

  02/10/12  Focusing on his record of fighting for Hoosier jobs, Joe Donnelly’s campaign for U.S. Senate filed his declaration of candidacy Wednesday, along with 8,670 certified petition signatures from Hoosiers in every corner of Indiana. “I’m honored to have gathered such a large number of signatures from Hoosiers across the state because it...
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County Police Reports

February 9, 2012
County Police Reports

02/10/12  On Wednesday, February 1st, at 7:05pm, Richard L. Maze 67, of Plymouth was booked into the Marshall County Jail when Patrolman Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop near the intersection of 1A Road and Oak Road and found that Mr. Maze was intoxicated. Maze was given a $1000.00 cash bond for the Operating...
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PHS Theatre Department Presents “Out of Our Greeking Minds” Feb 10 & 11

February 9, 2012
PHS Theatre Department Presents “Out of Our Greeking Minds” Feb 10 & 11

02/10/12 The Plymouth High School Theatre Department presents,  Out of Our Greeking Minds, an original play by the members of the Advanced Acting class.  This wonderful Greek inspired comedy will be performed on Friday, February 10, and Saturday, February 11, at 7:00 PM in the PHS Auditorium.  All seats are $6.00.  Tickets may be...
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Indiana students to get free help in filing for financial aid at College Goal Sunday

February 9, 2012
Indiana students to get free help in filing for financial aid at College Goal Sunday

02/10/12 Financial aid professionals will be volunteering at Plymouth High School and 39 other Indiana sites to help college-bound students and their families open the door to financial aid during College Goal Sunday, set for 2 p.m. (local time), February 12, 2012. The free program is designed to assist Indiana students seeking undergraduate admission...
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Plymouth School Board Updated on Food Services

February 9, 2012
Plymouth School Board Updated on Food Services

02/10/12 Gloria Burnam, director of food service for the Plymouth Community School Corporation shared her yearly report with the school Board on Tuesday. She said the number of students eating breakfast has increased from August to January last school year until now by some 8,904. She said from August to January in the 2011-2012...
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ACMC Meeting Saturday

February 9, 2012
ACMC Meeting Saturday

02/10/12 The Arts Council of Marshall County will conduct their monthly meeting this Saturday, February 11th beginning at 10 a.m.  in the Heartland Artist Gallery on West LaPorte Street in downtown Plymouth.   Artist in any of the varying fields are encouraged to attend and help plan the summer art show. Everyone is welcome to...
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Sojourner Truth Discussed at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

February 9, 2012
Sojourner Truth Discussed at Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture

02/10/12 Former slave and women’s rights advocate Sojourner Truth was the subject of February’s Lampen Lecture at Ancilla College. The event corresponded with Ancilla’s Black History Month commemoration. The program consisted of two speakers: Dr. Thomas Buchanan, Professor of History at Ancilla College, and Sister Kathleen Quinn, a volunteer at Sojourner Truth House in...
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