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Work Zone Awareness Week: Safety is the Goal

March 21, 2015
Work Zone Awareness Week: Safety is the Goal

Governor Michael R. Pence is proclaiming March 23-27, 2015 as Work Zone Awareness Week in Indiana. Work Zone Awareness Week marks the ceremonial start to highway construction season and intends to bring awareness to motorist and worker safety in work zones. More than $1.3 billion will be invested in construction projects to build and preserve Indiana’s...
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Triton School News

March 21, 2015
Triton School News

The Triton Jr. High School seventh and eighth grade band and choir each earned “GOLD” ratings at their contests the weekend of March 14th. The judges gave very positive comments about the student’s positive sound and behavior.  Superintendent Donna Burroughs said, “Great job representing Triton schools, seventh and eighth graders” Students involved include:  Choir:...
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Redevelopment Commission Amends Project Lists for TIF 1 & 3

March 20, 2015
Redevelopment Commission Amends Project Lists for TIF 1 & 3

Thursday evening the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission took the first steps to amend the project lists in TIF #1 and #3.  This also sets up the opportunity to bring a bond issue into TIF #1 and lengthen it out the life of it to 2040. The resolution passed in TIF #1 will add a major...
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Arrests by City Police Officers

March 20, 2015
Arrests by City Police Officers

On Wednesday, March 18th at 4:11 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch responded to 1015 Sycamore Street in reference to a reckless driving complaint.  At the conclusion of the investigation 28 year old Jack W. Clemons of Plymouth was taken into custody for operator never licensed.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail...
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10th World Down Syndrome Day this Saturday

March 20, 2015
10th World Down Syndrome Day this Saturday

People around the globe will be supporting the 10th World Down Syndrome Day on March 21. The originators of the annual event hoped to raise awareness, acceptance and inclusion of people with Down syndrome. The date of March 21 (3/21) was chosen to symbolize how Down syndrome occurs. The body works by information contained...
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GMC Sierra Stolen from Residence in LaPaz

March 19, 2015
GMC Sierra Stolen from Residence in LaPaz

On Thursday, March 19th at 3:57 A.M., the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center received a call in reference to a stolen vehicle. Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Hollopeter is investigating the overnight theft of a maroon 2009 GMC Sierra 1500, stolen from the 300 block of Thayer Street in LaPaz. Anyone with information about this...
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Potato Creek Job Fair March 21st

March 19, 2015
Potato Creek Job Fair March 21st

Potato Creek State Park will be holding a Job Fair on March 21st to attract applicants for approximately 15 seasonal positions.  The Job Fair will be held at the Park’s Nature Center from 9 until noon (E.S.T.) The Park is located on State Road 4 three miles east of North Liberty. Upon arrival tell...
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PHS Softball to Host Pancake Breakfast 3/28/15

March 19, 2015
PHS Softball to Host Pancake Breakfast 3/28/15

The Plymouth High School Girls Softball Team will host their 2nd Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday March 28.  The breakfast starts at 8:00 a.m. and goes until 11:00 a.m. in the PHS Cafeteria and breakfast includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. Tickets are $5.00 each and 5 and under eat for FREE.  You can purchase tickets from PHS...
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Encore Performing Arts Announces 2015 Season

March 19, 2015
Encore Performing Arts Announces 2015 Season

This week Encore Performing Arts released details of their 2015 Season at an event held at the Heartland Artist Gallery in downtown Plymouth. The 2015 season opens on June 6th with Original Art Songs.  This event, held at the Plymouth Church of the Brethren will feature original music from rural mid-America composers and then...
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Zentis Discusses Economics with WSOI Students

March 19, 2015
Zentis Discusses Economics with WSOI Students

On Wednesday the Weidner School Of Inquiry invited one of their Community Partners to speak to their learners. Carmen Yoder from Zentis spent her afternoon in WSOI facilitator Carl Davis’ Econ Classes.  Learners are discussing the main ideas around scarcity, economics resources, opportunity cost, and factors of production.  They are also analyzing why an...
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