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Shamrock Homes in Plymouth Out of Business

March 16, 2011
Shamrock Homes in Plymouth Out of Business

03/17/11 Shamrock Homes on Markley Drive has been a fixture in the Plymouth community since 1969.  On Wednesday they announced that they have gone out of business. Begun by Pat and Kay Flynn in 1969 and transferred to their children in the 1980′s, Shamrock was an industry leader in the manufacture of HUD and...
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Coffee Lodge Granted Variance for Deck

March 16, 2011
Coffee Lodge Granted Variance for Deck

03/17/11  Earlier this month members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals approved a variance of development standard for Plymouth Properties LLC, commonly known as The Coffee Lodge and Bakery. Brain Montgomery appeared before the BZA seeking approval to build a wooden deck at the back of the business at 225 East Jefferson Street...
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15th Annual Swartzlander Basketball Benefit

March 16, 2011
15th Annual Swartzlander Basketball Benefit

03/17/11 The Bremen Police Department is sponsoring the 15th annual Swartzlander Basketball Benefit Game tonight Thursday, March 17th at 7 p.m. in the Bremen Senior High School Boy’s Gym. Bremen Police Officers and other local police officers will be playing against the senior players from the boy’s and girl’s 2010/2011 basketball teams. This year...
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PHS’s Howe All-Star Wrestling Winner

March 16, 2011
PHS’s Howe All-Star Wrestling Winner

03/17/11 Plymouth High School senior Damon Howe participated in the All-Star Wrestling Tournament at Wabash College last Sunday and came home a winner.   The invitational tourney pits the best of the best from Indiana against the winners of the single A and double A division in Illinois.  Damon Howe won 4 to 3 over...
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School Board Approves Applying for Bond

March 16, 2011
School Board Approves Applying for Bond

03/17/11 Tuesday night the Plymouth School Board was faced with increasing premium costs by the schools insurance carrier, Gibson Insurance, for workmans compensation claims.  The board agreed to pursue making changes in the way that medical care is delivered to claimants. Tyree said representatives from Gibson toured the school facilities during the summer. He...
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PHS Swim Team Banquet Awards

March 16, 2011
PHS Swim Team Banquet Awards

03/17/11 During the Plymouth High School Swim Team Banquet last week at PHS awards were presented to several swimmers. The PHS Girl’s Seim Team award winners were: (from l to r) Rookie of the Year: Lexi Fetters; Most Improved: Megan Senter; Spirit Award: Captain Hannah Eads;  Co-MVP: Captain Kenzie Miller;  Guts Award: Kaley Brower; ...
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American Red Cross Blood Drive

March 16, 2011
American Red Cross Blood Drive

03/17/11 If the last decade is any indication, people worldwide rely on humanitarian aid during times of great need. And that’s where the American Red Cross comes in. For 130 years, the American Red Cross has helped individuals and families prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. And each spring, the U.S. President acknowledges...
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Changes to School Year and School Lunch Program

March 16, 2011
Changes to School Year and School Lunch Program

03/17/11 School closings due to weather have meant the altering of the Plymouth Schools calendar several times this year. At the school board meeting on March 15, Superintendent Dan Tyree announced yet another change. Tyree said the last school day for students is now set for June 6 and teachers will be on the...
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Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Explores the Universe and God

March 16, 2011
Ancilla’s Lampen Lecture Series Explores the Universe and God

03/17/11 George Schaefer, Assistant Professor at Calumet College of Saint Joseph and Adjunct Instructor of Astronomy at Ancilla College, was on hand as presenter for Ancilla College’s second Lampen Lecture of the semester, “What It’s Like Out There”. In the presentation, Schaefer focused on the wonder and awe of the universe, highlighting unique aspects...
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Purdue Extension Offers Farmer’s Update Meeting

March 15, 2011
Purdue Extension Offers Farmer’s Update Meeting

03/16/11 Marshall County Farm Bureau and Purdue Extension are sponsoring an afternoon and evening program on Thursday, March 17, on pertinent information for area farmers.  The program will start at 3:00 pm with a light meal at 6:00 pm and evening program to follow.  The meeting will be held in the Marshall County Extension...
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