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Plymouth Music Department Recognized

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May 25, 2016
Plymouth Music Department Recognized

The Plymouth High School Music Department was recently recognized as a top music program in Indiana. The Indiana State School Music Association recognized Plymouth as one of the recipients of the “All-Department Award” for schools in which all of the departments in the music program (band, choir, and orchestra) all earn the “All-Music Award”...
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“Rock Solid Teacher” Awards at PHS

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May 25, 2016

  During Senior Awards last Friday at Plymouth High School, Principal Jim Condon had the honor of awarding the 2016 Rock Solid Teacher Awards. Condon said, “Each year the PHS administration team has the honor and difficult challenge of selecting a group of teachers who best exemplify the mission statement, and that is to...
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LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL’S BAND EARNS STATE RECOGNITION

May 25, 2016
LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL’S BAND EARNS STATE RECOGNITION

The band at Lincoln Junior High has again earned the Indiana State School Music Association Junior/Middle/Elementary All-Music Award. This award is given to groups who have achieved excellence in solo, small ensemble, jazz, and concert ensemble performances. Twenty-six middle level bands across the state earned the award this year. Lincoln has earned the award...
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MAY IS SKIN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

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May 25, 2016
MAY IS SKIN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and state health officials are urging Hoosiers to take steps to prevent skin cancer. According to The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer, skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the U.S., with 5 million people treated each year. The two most...
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City Council Approves 17% Rate Increase for Sewer Department

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May 25, 2016
City Council Approves 17% Rate Increase for Sewer Department

  The Plymouth Common Council held a public hearing on a sewer rate increase for users to fund a major improvement project for the Sewer Department. John Julien from Umbaugh and Associates, the city’s financial consultants said after a rate study the recommendation is to increase sewer rates by 17%. The rate increase will...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Intimidation and False Reporting

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May 24, 2016
Plymouth Man Arrested for Intimidation and False Reporting

  Making a false report landed a Plymouth man in the Marshall County Jail. Monday evening about 10:30 Plymouth Police were dispatched to 881 Broadway for the report of a man threatening his neighbor with a hammer and a false report of a meth lab in the presence of children. City Police responded to...
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Plymouth Bands earn 14th consecutive state award!

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May 24, 2016
Plymouth Bands earn 14th consecutive state award!

The Plymouth Community Schools was recently notified that the “Pride of Plymouth” Band Department was recently named as a winner of the prestigious “All-Music Award” from the Indiana State School Music Association. This marks the fourteenth consecutive year that the band program has earned this top honor. “This is a tough award to earn,”...
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Gilliland Resigns, Caucus to Fill Set on County Council

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May 24, 2016
Gilliland Resigns, Caucus to Fill Set on County Council

  Marshall County Republicans will conduct a caucus on Thursday June 9th to fill a vacancy on the Marshall County Council. On Monday, council member at large, Rex Gilliland submitted his letter of resignation to Republican Chairman David Holmes. Gilliland is resigning his position on the county council effective June 1st because he has...
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McNeal Arrested for Driving after being Adjudged HTV

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May 24, 2016
McNeal Arrested for Driving after being Adjudged HTV

Monday morning about 5 a deputy with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department stopped a 2003 Chevrolet pickup truck in the area of US 30 and Gumwood Road. The driver, 47 year old Gene A. McNeal JR of Etna Green was found to be Operating a Vehicle after Adjudged a Habitual Traffic Offender. He was...
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Indiana State Police Remind Motorists to Buckle Up During Holiday Travel

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May 24, 2016
Indiana State Police Remind Motorists to Buckle Up During Holiday Travel

Memorial Day weekend traditionally starts off the summer travel season, and this weekend is shaping up to be the busiest in the Hoosier State in years. With the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 Race this weekend, along with lower fuel prices, travelers can expect a record number of motorists on the roadways. Law...
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