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Felke Wins Digital Curriculum Lesson Plan Contest

September 15, 2011
Felke Wins Digital Curriculum Lesson Plan Contest

09/16/11 Plymouth High School business teacher and BPA (Business Professionals of America) sponsor, Jennifer Felke, will be honored at the October 13 conference of the Indiana Computer Educators in Indianapolis. Felke was selected as the winner of the Digital Curriculum Lesson Plan contest. Her lesson entitled “Back to the Future: a Renaissance Faire” was...
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DONNELLY INTRODUCES SMALL BUSINESS PACKAGE TO HELP PROMOTE JOB GROWTH AND STABILIZE FINANCING

September 15, 2011
DONNELLY INTRODUCES SMALL BUSINESS PACKAGE TO HELP PROMOTE JOB GROWTH AND STABILIZE FINANCING

09/16/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly joined Congressman Dan Boren (OK-2) in introducing legislation designed to promote small business growth.  Donnelly is the chair and Boren is the vice chair of the Blue Dog Coalition’s Economic Growth Task Force, charged with creating a positive economic climate geared toward bolstering growth and promoting innovation. “Economic growth...
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Pathfinder Services Holding United Way Basket Fundraiser

September 15, 2011
Pathfinder Services Holding United Way Basket Fundraiser

09/16/11 Pathfinder Services, Inc. is continuing their United Way Pace Setter campaign with a Basket fundraiser. Staff from the organization has assembled five baskets that will be silent auctioned. Bidding ends at noon on Friday, September 30th. Basket themes for the Silent Auction include: Pride of Plymouth Merchants  featuring a $35 gift certificate to...
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NILES HAUNTED HOUSE SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2011

September 15, 2011
NILES HAUNTED HOUSE SCREAM PARK READY FOR 2011

09/16/11 The Niles Haunted House Scream Park once again is ready to officially start autumn by “Scaring the Yell out of you” with six different haunted attractions. This year marks the 32nd consecutive year of their annual fright festival. They will open their squeaky gates on Friday and Saturday, September 16th and 17th. The...
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F.O.P. Go Cart Race Planned for August

September 14, 2011
F.O.P. Go Cart Race Planned for August

09/15/11 If things continue to keep falling in place; Plymouth could be the site of a Little 500 Go-Cart race in August of next year. FOP Lodge 195 has been researching the possibility of holding go-cart races in the downtown area. It has been over 15 years since that type of race was held...
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Achieve 3000 Starts LJH Students Reading

September 14, 2011
Achieve 3000 Starts LJH Students Reading

09/15/11 Students at Lincoln Junior High have been learning how to navigate through material that is part of Achieve 3000 since August 25. On Monday night, the students were able to show their parents and others how the program works and showcase their progress. Using Achieve 3000, the 270 or so students at LJH...
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City Sets Trick-or-Treat Hours

September 14, 2011
City Sets Trick-or-Treat Hours

09/15/11 The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety passed a resolution setting the date and times for Halloween 2011. The official times for children to trick-or-treat will be from5:00-7:00 p.m.on Monday, October 31. Although not present at the meetings, several residents of the 900 block of West Garro Street requested signage to indicate...
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City Council Hears Odinance for Rezoning on 1st Reading

September 14, 2011
City Council Hears Odinance for Rezoning on 1st Reading

09/15/11 An ordinance that would change the zoning of a 3 acre piece of ground at the northeast corner of 9A and King Roads brought several property owners to the Council Chambers of City Hall Monday night.  The ordinance which was heard on 1st reading would change the zoning from Rural Residential to Corridor...
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Earthworks Participates in Slow-Food USA’s $5 Challenge

September 14, 2011
Earthworks Participates in Slow-Food USA’s $5 Challenge

09/15/11 When most Americans think of cheap food, we immediately think of fast food – drive thru style or boxed meals from a grocery store.  It is often said that a family can eat more easily and inexpensively off that type of food than they can off wholesome, natural foods that need to be...
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City Police, Fire & EMS Monthly Reports

September 14, 2011
City Police, Fire & EMS Monthly Reports

09/15/11 It was another busy month the emergency services in Plymouth.  During the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday several department heads presented their monthly reports for August. Assistant Police Chief Dave Bacon gave the report that listed the activities of city officers.  His department assisted 966 information calls, conducted 440 traffic...
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