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Bryan Ames Receives Michiana Outstanding Music Educator Award

July 14, 2017
Bryan Ames Receives Michiana Outstanding Music Educator Award

Plymouth High School is proud to announce that Band Director and Teacher Bryan Ames has been chosen as a winner of this year’s Michiana Outstanding Music Educator Award. This special award recognizes excellence in the field of Music Education in the Chicagoland, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio regions. Ames was nominated by one or more...
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Weirs Seek Annexation of Lake Avenue Property

July 14, 2017
Weirs Seek Annexation of Lake Avenue Property

During Monday’s Plymouth Common Council meeting the city attorney presented information on a voluntary annexation. John and Carey Weir purchased the property at 1715 Lake Avenue with intentions of building a brand new day care facility.  The property is commonly referred to as the Underground Railroad house and sits just to the east of...
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Groundbreaking for River Gate South Apartment Project

July 13, 2017
Groundbreaking for River Gate South Apartment Project

Building developer Scott Sivan, the City of Plymouth, and the Marshall County EDC are excited to announce the groundbreaking ceremony for the city’s newest residential development. The event will take place on Tuesday, July 18th at 9 a.m. The River Gate South apartment development will provide vital workforce housing to the Plymouth community, improving...
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State Road 17 Spot Paving to Close Lanes in both Fulton and Marshall Counties

July 13, 2017
State Road 17 Spot Paving to Close Lanes in both Fulton and Marshall Counties

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is alerting drivers to lane closures on State Road 17, between State Road 14 in Fulton County and State Road 10 in Marshall County, Tuesday, July 18 through the beginning of August. Crews will repair and repave sections of the road for restoration. During the project, SR 17 will be...
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CELEBRATING CLEAN WATER AT THE MARSHALL COUNTY 4-H FAIR

July 13, 2017
CELEBRATING CLEAN WATER AT THE MARSHALL COUNTY 4-H FAIR

Do you know how much water you use every day? The Recycle Depot is partnering with the Marshall County Soil & Water Conservation District to promote wise water use. Their eye-popping exhibit at the Marshall County Fair will demonstrate just how much water the average person uses every day—and you might be surprised! With...
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Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Boys Soccer Team July 17th

July 13, 2017
Pizza Hut Fundraiser for PHS Boys Soccer Team July 17th

The Plymouth High School Boys Soccer Team will be fundraising Monday evening, July 17th at the Plymouth Pizza Hut. Come out to Pizza Hut, 1919 North Michigan Street and enjoy their award winning buffet and support the PHS Boys Soccer Team!  Members of the team will be your wait staff for the evening and...
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Registration for Triton School Corporation Announced

July 13, 2017
Registration for Triton School Corporation Announced

It’s back-to-school time and Donna Burroughs, Superintendent of the Triton School Corporation announced registration dates and times. On July 24th and 25th registration will be held in both schools Triton Elementary registration hours will be 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM on July 24th and from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM on the 25th.  Registration...
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HEMINGER HOUSE ANNOUNCES SUMMER FUNDRAISER

July 13, 2017

The Heminger House is pleased to announce that now through Labor Day they will be selling DoubleGood Popcorn. With flavors such as Butter Believe It and their famous Chi-Town Chow Down, DoubleGood popcorn is delicious and makes a great gift. To order or for more information, call the Heminger House at 574-936-7233. A full...
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Donnelly, Superintendents Highlight How Senate Health Care Bill Medicaid Cuts Would Harm Indiana Schools

July 13, 2017
Donnelly, Superintendents Highlight How Senate Health Care Bill Medicaid Cuts Would Harm Indiana Schools

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly and superintendents from school systems across Indiana joined together Wednesday in highlighting how proposed cuts to Medicaid in the Senate health care bill would impact public schools, students, and families across Indiana. Schools in Indiana and across the country receive Medicaid funding for certain health-related services they provide,...
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State Road 23 Chip Seal Preservation in St. Joseph County

July 13, 2017
State Road 23 Chip Seal Preservation in St. Joseph County

State Road 23 in Saint Joseph County will be closed between Industrial Parkway in North Liberty and Tyler Road in Walkerton beginning Monday, July 17 and running through Tuesday, July 18. Crews will perform a chip seal and fog seal operation to preserve the road surface. Please note: this project is dependent on dry weather and...
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