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City Council Considers Amendment to Change Recreation/Pool Director from Salaried to Hourly

November 14, 2011
City Council Considers Amendment to Change Recreation/Pool Director from Salaried to Hourly

11/15/11 City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented an ordinance to amend the salary ordinance for this year and next by designating the Recreation Director/Pool Director position as an hourly position instead of the salaried position it’s been during Monday night’s common council meeting. The Statement of Intent spells out an hourly rate of $14.47 hourly...
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GMI Group Sells to RockTenn

November 14, 2011
GMI Group Sells to RockTenn

11/15/11 RockTenn completed its acquisition of GMI Group (Corpak, Inc.; Foil Laminating, Inc.; and Varipak, Inc.) effective October 28, 2011. The GMI facilities manufacture corrugated pizza boxes as well as micro-flute clamshells, lids, film and foil laminates. Six manufacturing and distribution centers are strategically located throughout the U.S.: Atlanta, GA; Knox, IN; Plymouth, IN...
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Argos Students Rake & Run

November 14, 2011
Argos Students Rake & Run

11/15/11 Argos Students in Service (ASIS) gathered last Sunday to “Rake and Run.” They were able to rake fallen leaves at the homes of several Argos Senior Citizens. This group, under the leadership of Family and Consumer Science teacher Darle Eiler, has the purpose is to serve others and improve the life of our...
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Donations to Ounce of Prevention

November 14, 2011
Donations to Ounce of Prevention

11/15/11 The Ounce of Prevention fundraiser recently received a couple more donations. The teachers at Riverside Intermediate School participated in a pink day to raise funds for Ounce of Prevention in October. Teachers were allowed to wear jeans for a donation to the cause. Their donation was $200. The Plymouth EMS and Fire Department...
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2 Arrested for Marijuana

November 14, 2011
2 Arrested for Marijuana

11/15/11 In the early morning of Saturday, November 12th at approximately 12:02am, Sergeant Joe Diesch of the Plymouth Police Department responded to the 1,300 block of Holloway Drive in reference to a domestic fight complaint. During the investigation it was found that Corey L. Hughes 21, of Argos was in possession of marijuana. Hughes...
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Marshall County Church Orchestra Members Participate in Echo Taps

November 14, 2011
Marshall County Church Orchestra Members Participate in Echo Taps

11/15/11 Three members of the Marshall County Church Orchestra traveled to Elkhart, Indiana on Veteran’s Day to take part in their annual Echo Taps ceremony. Organizer Terry Vantine organized the event three years ago after hearing about Bugles Across America, a national nonprofit organization that stations buglers at military funerals. Marshall County Church Orchestra...
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Discussion on Back Pain at LifePlex Community Outreach Education Program

November 14, 2011
Discussion on Back Pain at LifePlex Community Outreach Education Program

11/15/11 Fitness Forum Sports & Wellness at the LifePlex will host a panel of experts speaking on back pain during a special Community Outreach Education program on Tuesday evening. “Back Pain Answers” will be the program on Tuesday, November 15th, 6:30pm “Back Pain Answers” is a free one hour program to give you options...
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Plymouth’s First Ever Strings Concert a Success

November 14, 2011
Plymouth’s First Ever Strings Concert a Success

11/15/11 The first-ever Plymouth strings concert was a huge success! The program, held on November 8, featured all five Plymouth student orchestras.  The PCYO Concert orchestra took the stage first playing one of their favorite songs, Can-Can by Offenbach.  Later, the Lincoln Junior High orchestra performed a more sophisticated arraignment of Can-Can. It was...
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November 13-19 is Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

November 14, 2011
November 13-19 is Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

11/15/11 The first snowflakes of the season have already fallen providing us with a preview of coming attractions. For the second winter in a row, a La Nina weather pattern will impact Indiana.  For Indiana, La Nina’s impact in winter tends to result in quite variable temperatures, including some very cold spells and above...
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Argos High School Bowling Teams Split

November 14, 2011
Argos High School Bowling Teams Split

11/15/11 Argos Girls Bowling team beat Bremen 15-5 last night at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend. Game 1 Samantha Quimby 74 Brittani Brown 111 Abby Cohagan 145 Jina Ewing 150 Jamie Ewing 173 — high game Game 2 Kate Keller 105 Brittani Brown 107 Abby Cohagan 116 Jina Ewing 191 — high game Jamie...
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