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10 Marshall County students represent Academies at Military School Band & Choir Festival in Feb.

March 8, 2014
10 Marshall County students represent Academies at Military School Band & Choir Festival in Feb.

03/10/14 Two Culver Academies’ musicians from Plymouth earned prestigious seats in the Concert Band that performed Feb. 23 at the Military School Band & Choir Festival in Virginia.   Kathryn Burke ’15 earned the first chair flute (with a piccolo solo in “Stars & Stripes”) and Sam Baldwin ’15 earned principal timpanist. The annual...
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Hopple Serves as Page

March 8, 2014
Hopple Serves as Page

    03/10/14 Hanna Hopple, a freshman at Plymouth High School, was recently a page for Senator Ryan Mishler, at the State House, in Indianapolis.  She is the daughter of Craig and Hillary (Van Gilder) Hopple. 
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Lincoln 7th takes title

March 8, 2014

The 7th grade Red Storm won the NELMSC conference tournament on Saturday. In the first game, Lincoln defeated Warsaw Edgewood by a score of 39-30. Leading scorers were CeCe Robinson and Halle Reichard both with 12. In the championship game, the girls defeated Warsaw Lakeview by a score of 36-26. Leading scorers were Halle...
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Habits Discussed at Ancilla College Coffee & a Book

March 8, 2014
Habits Discussed at Ancilla College Coffee & a Book

  03/10/14 DONALDSON – Amanda Petrucelli, Assistant to the Dean  at Ancilla College, discussed The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg Tuesday, March 4 at Earthworks Market. In her presentation, Petrucelli discussed Duhigg’s ideas on how we form habits in our personal lives, our...
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$2 million win turns normal day into “unforgettable moment”

March 8, 2014
$2 million win turns normal day into “unforgettable moment”

  INDIANAPOLIS - For Buffy Calvert of Kempton, March 5  started out like any other day - but turned into one she will never forget. When Calvert woke up Wednesday morning and started running errands she never expected to find herself holding an oversized check for $2 million at Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis.   The Tipton County woman’s normal day took a turn when...
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John William Funk – 32 – from Plymouth

March 7, 2014
John William Funk – 32 – from Plymouth

  Click Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Navy Seaman Howard Completes Basic

March 7, 2014

Navy Seaman Recruit Anthony J. Howard, son of Anthony W. and Helena M. Howard of Argos, Ind., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.     During the eight-week program, Howard completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting,...
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Raymond R. “Sonny” Hummel, Sr. – 75 – from Nappanee, formerly of Plymouth

March 7, 2014
Raymond R. “Sonny” Hummel, Sr. – 75 – from Nappanee, formerly of Plymouth

    Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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Spring Forward Sunday Morning for Daylight Savings Time

March 7, 2014
Spring Forward Sunday Morning for Daylight Savings Time

  03/07/14 Every year, it’s the same range of emotions — dismay at losing an hour of sleep on the weekend, then joy once you realize you’ll be seeing daylight more and more often. Yes, daylight saving time is almost upon us and after this rough winter, it will be both appreciated and anticipated....
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Plymouth Community School Corporation will make up the remaining 5 days of school as follows:

March 6, 2014
Plymouth Community School Corporation will make up the remaining 5 days of school as follows:

  Grades K -8 Students (5 days to make up) April 18, 2014 – Good Friday – 1 day June 3rd, 4th, and 5th – 3 days Adding a half hour to the remaining 12 Fridays – beginning March 7th – 1 day   Grades 9-12 Students (5 days to make up) April 12,...
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