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Plymouth School Board Sets Extra Make-up Date for this Year

April 18, 2018
Plymouth School Board Sets Extra Make-up Date for this Year

Plymouth Schools students will have to attend classes for one more day than originally planned. According to Superintendent Andy Hartley, the added student and teacher day is necessary to meet the 180 days of instruction required by the state. Flooding conditions forced the closing of school for four days on February 21, 22, 23,...
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City Hall Reno Project Continues

April 18, 2018
City Hall Reno Project Continues

The Renovation project of Plymouth’s City Hall continues to move forward.  During Tuesday’s Redevelopment Commission meeting, City Attorney Sean Surrisi gave members a brief update on the $2 million project. Michiana Contracting has transitioned from major work on the second floor down to the first floor.  Surrisi said the walls upstairs are in and...
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Carnegie Pleads Guilty to 3 Charges, Sentenced to 9 Years

April 18, 2018
Carnegie Pleads Guilty to 3 Charges, Sentenced to 9 Years

54 year old Vincent S. Carnegie of Argos appeared in Marshall Superior Court I Wednesday morning with his attorney Tom Black for a plea agreement. Carnegie’s case dates back to May 26, 2017.  The Probable Cause Affidavit accuses Carnegie of breaking and entering his former girlfriend’s home and then driving her between Plymouth and Argos where she eventually escaped and...
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WSOI Students Speak to Plymouth School Board

April 18, 2018
WSOI Students Speak to Plymouth School Board

Three Weidner School of Inquiry seniors along with a 2017 graduate shared their experiences with the Plymouth School Board on April 17. WSOI Co-Directors, Michael Delp and Jennifer Felke, said the students are examples of those who are pursuing a graduation and career plan. Jennifer Moncada is finishing her regular graduation requirements and at...
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PHS FTA Students Job Shadow Favorite Teachers

April 18, 2018
PHS FTA Students Job Shadow Favorite Teachers

Plymouth High School students who are part of the Future Teachers of America (FTA) club got to spend Thursday, April 12 job shadowing one of their favorite Plymouth Community School Corporation teachers. Close to four dozen students spent the day at Lincoln Jr. High School, Riverside Intermediate School, Menominee Elementary School, Webster Elementary School,...
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Plymouth High School Health Careers Students Attend 2018 HOSA State Leadership Conference

April 18, 2018
Plymouth High School Health Careers Students Attend 2018 HOSA State Leadership Conference

Plymouth High School Health Careers students competed at the HOSA Future Health Professionals State Leadership Conference competition in Indianapolis last week. There were 1,262 students in attendance from across Indiana.  There were five teams from North Central Area Vocational Cooperative (NCAVC) that competed in the Health Career Display category, 120 teams total. Plymouth High...
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Walorski Questions Labor Secretary on Solutions to the Jobs Gap

April 18, 2018
Walorski Questions Labor Secretary on Solutions to the Jobs Gap

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Tuesday questioned Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta about efforts to measure outcomes in workforce development initiatives and ensure these programs are effective in helping people move up the economic ladder. “I chaired the Nutrition Subcommittee for the Ag Committee in 2015 and 2016, and we conducted a comprehensive review of...
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Donnelly, Young Introduce Two New Bills to Help Combat the Opioid Crisis

April 18, 2018
Donnelly, Young  Introduce Two New Bills to Help Combat the Opioid Crisis

U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) Tuesday announced that they have introduced two new bipartisan bills to help combat the opioid crisis in Indiana. The Advancing Innovation in Alternative Pain and Addiction Therapies Act and the Providing Clarity in the Development of Pain Treatments Act both aim to help bring non-opioid or non-addictive pain medications...
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Soil & Water Conservation District Hosts DNR Biologist for “Shoreline Health” Thursday

April 18, 2018
Soil & Water Conservation District Hosts DNR Biologist for “Shoreline Health” Thursday

Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District will host a public discussion with Nate Thomas, Indiana DNR Lakes Permitting Biologist.   The discussion on Shoreline Health will be held on Thursday.  Thomas will discuss the types of seawalls and their pros and cons, what is a healthy shoreline and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources...
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James N. McAfee, 81, from Plymouth

April 18, 2018
James N. McAfee, 81, from Plymouth

Click the Van Gilder Funeral Home at right for complete details.
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