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PHS to Send 3 BPA Members to National Competition

March 25, 2012
PHS to Send 3 BPA Members to National Competition

  03/26/12 Last week on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday members of the Plymouth High School Business Professionals of America Team (BPA) competed at the State Finals in Indianapolis.  Students at this competition compete by presenting case studies, solving problems, and demonstrating competencies in business related activities. Kelly Bryant (Fundamental Word Processing) and Jessica Cleveland...
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Kids at Riverside Intermediate Schools doing Great Things

March 25, 2012
Kids at Riverside Intermediate Schools doing Great Things

03/26/12 Jeni Hirschy, Assistant Principal at Riverside Intermediate School recently released a number of news items about the great things students at Riverside are doing. Under a partnership with TCU, Riverside recognizes students and teachers who have earned perfect attendance for each nine weeks.  Student’s names are entered into a drawing for a savings...
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Fundraising Continues for Plymouth Dog Park

March 25, 2012
Fundraising Continues for Plymouth Dog Park

   03/26/12 A local group formed, in part, to pursue building a Dog Park within Centennial Park continues to hold fundraisers and accept donations for fencing. The proposed area would be built just east of the tennis courts and Freyman Shelter. According to BOW WOW Friends, the park is designed to let dogs walk,...
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ASIS Raises Funds for Logan Center

March 25, 2012
ASIS Raises Funds for Logan Center

  03/26/12 The week of March 12-16,  Argos High Students  In Service (ASIS)   under the leadership of sponsor Darle Kenz sold green derbies and noses to benefit the Logan Center in South.     Argos Students in Service is an organization which grew out of the old Future Homemakers of America.  There are about 40...
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Earthworks Partners with JESSE to Teaches Students

March 23, 2012
Earthworks Partners with JESSE to Teaches Students

03/26/12 When area residents hear Earthworks, they immediately think of a variety of healthy, wholesome breads and other baked products. However, according to Sister Sue Rogers who oversees much of the Earthworks activities, one of their basic purposes is education. For many years, Earthworks baked their goods at night in their kitchen near the...
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Miller’s Residents Help Montgomery Raise Funds for LLS Man of the Year Contest

March 23, 2012
Miller’s Residents Help Montgomery Raise Funds for LLS Man of the Year Contest

03/26/12 John Montgomery of the Coffee Lodge and Bakery arrives at Miller’s Senior Living Community to sell his delicious Fingerhut Bakery doughnuts and other savory items.  And, every Friday Miller’s residents and staff are anxiously awaiting his arrival. John, who is a Plymouth resident, an IUSB student, and part owner of the Coffee Lodge...
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PHS Speech Team Heads off to State

March 23, 2012
PHS Speech Team Heads off to State

  03/23/12 Earlier this month the Plymouth High School Speech Team added another Sectional Championship to their string of more than 30 consecutive!     Thursday afternoon about 4:30 the Plymouth Fire Department gave the speech team a proper send-off with an escorted the group on their trek south to the State Tournament.  The students...
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Pioneer Road/Drive Receives Awards

March 22, 2012
Pioneer Road/Drive Receives Awards

  03/23/12 Monday morning the Marshall County Commissioners were presented with two awards for the Pine Road/Pioneer Road Extension Project.      Laurie Johnson from DLZ Engineering explained that the project was a state finalist award winner from the American Council for Engineering Committee (ACEC).  DLZ had been selected by the County to provide a...
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Progress Moves Forward on “Operation Bright Spot”

March 22, 2012
Progress Moves Forward on “Operation Bright Spot”

  03/23/12  It’s apparent the City of Plymouth means business. Just months into the Operation Bright Spot campaign significant progress towards pushing properties in the city towards their full potential is evident. Mayor Mark Senter’s administration targeted certain properties around the city that had become problems and while more remains to be done, there...
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PHS Pool Demolition Scheduled for Spring Break

March 22, 2012
PHS Pool Demolition Scheduled for Spring Break

     03/23/12 The Plymouth High School pool has finally been completely drained and demolition crews are set to begin work in the pool area. The area will be converted into space to house the School of Inquiry that is scheduled to open this fall. The New Tech school will begin with 100 or so...
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