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Analysis Team Looks for Solution to Issues at Plymouth Tennis Courts

March 12, 2012
Analysis Team Looks for Solution to Issues at Plymouth Tennis Courts

03/13/12 Members of the Plymouth Park Board saw a power-point presentation on the Hunter Tennis Complex during their meeting last week to show the need for improvements.  Dawn Edwards Everidge from Fishers and Sarah Guild Smith, 1984 graduates of Plymouth High School and former PHS Tennis Team members have stepped up to the plate...
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Blueberry Festival Announces New Coordinator

March 12, 2012
Blueberry Festival Announces New Coordinator

  03/13/12 The Marshall County Blueberry Festival announced the new Festival Coordinator Monday morning.  Jessica Stone started to work Monday. Ms. Stone is a film and television producer from Big Hat Cowboy Productions; a Plymouth based Production Company.  She has produced several films that have been in festivals all over the country, and has...
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Plymouth Board of Public Works Discusses Saturday’s Fire

March 12, 2012
Plymouth Board of Public Works Discusses Saturday’s Fire

  03/13/12 Plymouth’s historic fire at the Liberty Street Depot Saturday was the topic of conversation during the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday evening. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson said 1 million gallons of water were used by the firefighters working the blaze during the 24 hour period.  Both water treatment plants...
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Area School Administrators to Receive Training on RISE to Evaluate Teachers

March 12, 2012
Area School Administrators to Receive Training on RISE to Evaluate Teachers

  03/13/12 It’s no secret that Indiana has incorporated a  number of reform measures over the last few years to help ensure that Indiana’s children are getting the best education possible to launch them into the 21st century. The state implemented the voucher system; increased the number of charter schools, and is continuing to...
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203 Booked into the County Jail in February

March 12, 2012
203 Booked into the County Jail in February

  03/13/12 Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin recently released the February statistical report for the jail and 9-1-1. There were 203 jail bookings for the month of February.  The Top 10 offenses booked into the Marshall County Jail were: 10) Cocaine/Meth, 9) Possession of a controlled substance, 8) Theft, 7) Operator never licensed, 6)...
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Encore Hosts David Kincaid, ‘The Irish Volunteer’ Music to celebrate 150th Anniversary of Shiloh

March 12, 2012
Encore Hosts David Kincaid, ‘The Irish Volunteer’ Music to celebrate 150th Anniversary of Shiloh

  03/13/12 In conjunction with One Book/One Town Marshall County, Encore Performing Arts is proud to bring a musical venue to support the collaborative effort with the Plymouth Public Library and  Marshall County Historical Society Museum. David Kincaid, recognized as both musician and historian, will present a compelling combination of songs and history of...
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Church Orchestra Ensemble Performs at Miller’s

March 12, 2012
Church Orchestra Ensemble Performs at Miller’s

03/13/12 The Marshall County Church Orchestra Ensemble performed in concert at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Saturday afternoon, March 10.  Under the direction of Don Harness the group of ten played a variety of church hymns, Broadway and Movie hits and several patriotic tunes.  Instruments represented in the group were flute, violin, clarinet, trumpet,...
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CULVER MILITARY Wins Indiana High School Hockey Association Class 5A Championship

March 12, 2012
CULVER MILITARY Wins Indiana High School Hockey Association Class 5A Championship

   03/13/12 Culver Military’s High School Varsity hockey team added to the CMA legacy with the school’s 22nd Indiana High School Hockey Association Class 5A championship Sunday afternoon. The Eagles defeated the Columbus Icemen, 6-1, in the Pepsi Coliseum for its 40th win of the season, a new record for wins by any Culver...
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Week One: Tornado Relief In Indiana

March 12, 2012
Week One: Tornado Relief In Indiana

   03/13/12 It’s been more than a week since an F4 tornado ripped through several communities in Southern Indiana. The response has shifted from relief to recovery, clean-up, temporary housing and schools. Many organizations and companies have sent teams to aid in this process, which some predict will last from 12-24 months. The Salvation...
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Fire Still Smoking 24 Hours Later

March 11, 2012
Fire Still Smoking 24 Hours Later

  03/12/12 Folks from as far away as Culver, LaPaz and Walkerton could see black smoke billowing in the sky Saturday afternoon as the Liberty Street Depot in Plymouth caught fire and was completely destroyed.   A 9-1-1 call about 4:45 sent the Plymouth Fire Department to the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty...
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