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PHS Winter Play this Friday & Saturday Evening at 7

February 19, 2015
PHS Winter Play this Friday & Saturday Evening at 7

The Plymouth High School Theatre Department proudly presents “Amazing America” on Friday, Feb. 20 and Saturday, Feb. 21, at 7:00 p.m. in the Plymouth High School Auditorium.  It is an annual winter tradition for Plymouth High School students to write the winter play – and this year is no exception.   This past fall...
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Miller’s Valentine Candy Guessing Winner

February 19, 2015
Miller’s Valentine Candy Guessing Winner

Pattie Birchmeir was the winner of the Valentine Candy Guessing contest held during the month of February at Miller’s Assisted Living Facility.  Pattie was the closest to guessing the correct amount of conversation hearts in the jar without going over the total amount.  Pattie’s guess was 731 conversations hearts.  There were actually 756 candy...
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UPDATED: Weather Related Delays, Cancellations and Postpondments

February 19, 2015
UPDATED: Weather Related Delays, Cancellations and Postpondments

  The boys swim sectionals scheduled for today have been postponed to Friday, 2/20. Same time schedule as today.  The 5th and 6th grade girls basketball games scheduled for tonight at Riverside has been cancelled. Plymouth Mayor’s Youth Council for tonight at 7 is cancelled   Plymouth Schools and St. Michael School CLOSED Thursday, February...
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Rochester Police Stop Vehicle After Pursuit

February 19, 2015
Rochester Police Stop Vehicle After Pursuit

On Tuesday evening officers from the Rochester Police Department and Fulton County Sheriff’s Department attempted to locate a vehicle that fled a traffic stop in Marshall County. During that traffic stop, it was reported that the driver pepper sprayed the Culver Officer that initiated the traffic stop. It was also reported that the driver...
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New Hotel to Open in April

February 19, 2015
New Hotel to Open in April

The construction of a hotel that has been in the works since 2009 located on North Michigan Street in Plymouth could possibly be nearing completion. The current owner, Raj Patel, hasn’t released any information aside from saying they could be ready for final inspection on Tuesday of next week. The building permit is now...
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Skaggs Flees Court Service Director on Foot

February 19, 2015
Skaggs Flees Court Service Director on Foot

02/19/15  On Tuesday, February 17th shortly after 1 p.m. Marshall County Court Services Director Ward Byers began an investigation into a violation of Community Corrections terms for  27 year old Chance M. Skaggs of Plymouth. Global positioning found that Skaggs at a location in the 200 block of West Adams Street, a location which...
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Hospital Discusses Benefits of Metronet

February 18, 2015
Hospital Discusses Benefits of Metronet

Wednesday morning Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth sat down with many of the players involved with bringing the St. Joe Valley Metronet to Marshall County and Plymouth. Loretta Schmidt, President of SJRMC in Plymouth discussed the benefit of having the dark fiber at their facility.  She said, “It gives us better patient...
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PCSC to Host Kindergarten Round-Up

February 18, 2015
PCSC to Host Kindergarten Round-Up

The Plymouth Community School Corporation will host their annual Kindergarten Round­up on February 26 at all Plymouth Elementary Schools. Sessions will be offered at 1:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at each building. Families need only attend one session. During the hour-­long round­up, parents will meet with administrators and fill out registration forms, while the...
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3rd Annual Clay for Cancer Event A Success

February 18, 2015
3rd Annual Clay for Cancer Event A Success

Students in the Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School presented their projects on the various types of cancers Tuesday evening.  Each freshman student created a unique clay piece that was “silently auctioned”.  Every clay piece was sold at a variety of prices during the event.  All proceeds will be donated to the...
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Mayor Senter Highlights Ordinance on Dogs Barking and Running

February 18, 2015
Mayor Senter Highlights Ordinance on Dogs Barking and Running

Plymouth Mayor, Mark Senter periodically highlights one of the city’s ordinances to educate the citizens or laws they are to abide by.  This time the mayor is discussing barking dogs and dogs running at large. The City of Plymouth tries its best to regulate and monitor pets and animals throughout The City.  Sometimes, we...
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