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Indiana Breaks Employment Record

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August 28, 2015
Indiana Breaks Employment Record

Indiana State Senator Randy Head said Friday, “Indiana recently received more good news regarding our growing labor force. According to the latest state employment report, Indiana’s private-sector employment is now at an all-time high, exceeding the previous record employment level from March of 2000.” In addition, Indiana’s labor-force growth still leads the Midwest, and our...
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Plymouth School Board Agenda for Tuesday Released

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August 28, 2015
Plymouth School Board Agenda for Tuesday Released

The Plymouth School Board will meet for a regular Board meeting on Tuesday, September 1 at 7:00 P.M. Immediately following the regular meeting (approximately 8:00 P. M.), they will hold a hearing for the proposed approximately $35M total, 2016 budgets. The proposed budgets were discussed during a budget workshop in August and published in...
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Pars for Paws Fundraiser for Humane Society

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August 28, 2015
Pars for Paws Fundraiser for Humane Society

Jan Kinney and Trey presented a check for $3,800 to Nancy Cox from the Marshall County Humane Society this week.  The check represents the proceeds of the first Pars for Paws Big Cup golf event at the Tri-Way Golf Club. Kinney said, “Many thanks to the golfers, sponsors, prize donors, and volunteers who made...
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PHS Students Step up for Red Cross Blood Drive

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August 28, 2015
PHS Students Step up for Red Cross Blood Drive

According to the American Red Cross every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood and more than 41,000 blood donations are needed every day. These statistics are just a few of the reasons the Varsity Club at Plymouth High School continues the annual tradition to host a blood drive each year at the...
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G.A.R.S. Postpones Saturday Race, Plymouth Speedway will have Races!

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August 28, 2015
G.A.R.S. Postpones Saturday Race, Plymouth Speedway will have Races!

This morning Great American Racing Series officials made the difficult decision to postpone the August 29th running of the Down-n-Dirty 125 at Plymouth Speedway due to a chance of rain. “Our officials decided it was in the best interest of the series to postpone the event,” said Circle Track General Manager Rob Fisher. “Our...
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Clarification on Most Winning Football Coach at PHS

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August 28, 2015
Clarification on Most Winning Football Coach at PHS

Earlier this week, unofficial information was released via email and social media regarding our Plymouth High School Rockie Football Program – specifically Head Coaching records that date back to 1896 with 20 different coaches. Our records show that Tom Condon, PHS Head Coach from 1989-2003, recorded 93 total wins. Current Head Varsity Coach John...
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Mother Charged with Child Molesting

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August 28, 2015
Mother Charged with Child Molesting

A mother was arrested last week by Plymouth Police for a charge of Child Molesting as a level 1 felony. According to court documents, on July 10th, a detective from the Columbus Police Department contacted Detective Leo Mangus with the Plymouth Police Department because he was investigating a child molesting case involving a 7...
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Candlelight Vigil for Sheriff Chamberlin

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August 27, 2015
Candlelight Vigil for Sheriff Chamberlin

About 200 people turned out for an impromptu candlelight vigil for Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin last night. About 9 Thursday morning word went out of the planned vigil. With the assistance of WTCA and social media the public joined with law enforcement officers from various departments in Marshall County and the surrounding counties,...
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Fire Dept. to Apply for Grant to Purchase Medical Training Mannequin

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August 27, 2015
Fire Dept. to Apply for Grant to Purchase Medical Training Mannequin

Rod Miller, Chief of the Plymouth Fire Department was given approval to have his Assistant Chief, George Cook write and apply for a grant from the Marshall County Community Foundation.  The grant is for the purchase of a medical training mannequin. Chief Miller said, “These medical training mannequins are very expensive.  The one we...
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Academies’ 121st school year opens with Matriculation Ceremony

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August 27, 2015
Academies’ 121st school year opens with Matriculation Ceremony

CULVER – Culver Academies began its 121st year Monday by welcoming 236 new students at the traditional Matriculation Ceremony followed by the Opening Convocation. Classes for the 811 students enrolled began Tuesday. Those new students included Plymouth residents Adam Heckaman, Michelle Heckaman, and Tyler Voreis. The Heckaman twins are the children of Troy and Jennifer Heckaman. Voreis is...
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