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Ancilla Dining Hall Exterior Finishing Up

November 10, 2015
Ancilla Dining Hall Exterior Finishing Up

Construction of the new dining hall and student life center at Ancilla College is moving forward.  It’s anticipated Ancilla College students will be using the new building by spring semester 2016. Bricklayers are finishing up the exterior of the building. President Dr. Ken Zirkle said student activities will have a permanent home in that...
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Triton 3rd Graders Math Problem Solving

November 10, 2015
Triton 3rd Graders Math Problem Solving

Triton third graders have been discovering multiple strategies to help them solve math problems as one way to work on increasing “rigor” through state process standards.  As learners repeatedly practice each week, they gain knowledge and confidence in their math thinking.  They spend a little extra time during math to use their own solution...
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Members of Congress, USSTRATCOM commander observe missile launch from ballistic missile submarine

November 10, 2015
Members of Congress, USSTRATCOM commander observe missile launch from ballistic missile submarine

Members of Congress and the U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) commander were aboard the USS Kentucky when the U.S. Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) conducted a successful test flight of a Trident II D5 Missile, Nov. 7, 2015, to obtain valid reliability, accuracy and performance factors for use by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and...
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Riverside Rockets 5th Grade Basketball at Triton

November 10, 2015
Riverside Rockets 5th Grade Basketball at Triton

In 5th grade basketball action on Monday, the 5th Grade Riverside Rockets traveled to Triton and came away with a split.  In the A game, the Rockets played stellar defense, but were down 7-2 at half.  After some quick buckets to start the 3rd, the Rockets went up and ran away with the game, winning...
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Plymouth Police Investigate Dog Bite

November 10, 2015
Plymouth Police Investigate Dog Bite

Plymouth Police and EMS were called to a dog bite complaint near the intersection of Liberty Street and Pennsylvania Avenue Monday morning about 11:30.  The initial call was of a lady down and had been attacked by a pit bull. Plymouth Officer Steve DeLee investigated the complaint and located 75 year old Beth Pinkerton...
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2015 Scarecrow Winners Announced

November 10, 2015
2015 Scarecrow Winners Announced

Hundreds of citizens participated in the 2nd annual Scarecrow Contest sponsored by WTCA and the Pilot News. Businesses were invited to create a scarecrow and then the public had about two weeks to cast their votes for their favorites. This year’s winner was the LifePlex who showed their muscle to everyone. Second place winner...
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Veterans and Community invited to Veterans Day Ceremony at PHS

November 10, 2015
Veterans and Community invited to Veterans Day Ceremony at PHS

Plymouth High School students and staff invite all United States Veterans who have served to join them and community on Wednesday, November 11th for their annual Veterans Day Program at 9:00 a.m.   They ask all who attended to please park in the east parking lot and enter at Door 7, which is on the football stadium side...
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WDA 1st Graders Present to City Board of Works Meeting

November 9, 2015
WDA 1st Graders Present to City Board of Works Meeting

First grade students from the Washington Discovery Academy presented to members of the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety and pubic last night during their meeting. The students presented information about an upcoming blood drive they are having on November 19th from 12:30 until 6 p.m.  The current project they are working on...
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Plymouth Park Board Finalizes Contracts for Greenway Trail & Tennis Courts

November 9, 2015
Plymouth Park Board Finalizes Contracts for Greenway Trail & Tennis Courts

Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite told members of the Plymouth Park Board, they were awarded a Department of Natural Resources LARE (Lake and River Enhancement) grant for the bank stabilization project.  The grant in the amount of $50,000 will stabilize the riverbank along the Yellow River and the Greenway Trail in Centennial Park. This...
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County Council Approves Part-Time Clerical Position for Sex Offender Registry

November 9, 2015
County Council Approves Part-Time Clerical Position for Sex Offender Registry

The new sheriff in town, Matt Hassel asked members of the Marshall County Council to consider creating a new line-item in the Sex Offender Registry fund that would allow for a part-time position to assume clerical duties, freeing up the detectives to handle more pressing issues. Sheriff Hassel said he was “up-in-the-air” on the...
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