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Indiana’s Poet Laureate is Coming to Ancilla Sept. 24

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August 26, 2015
Indiana’s Poet Laureate is Coming to Ancilla Sept. 24

Indiana’s poet laureate George Kalamaras is coming to Ancilla College to read his works September 24 and the public is invited. In partnership with Wild Rose Moon, 115 North Michigan Street, Kalamaras has agreed to two events. The first will be at 1:30 p.m. September 24 at the college, 9601 Union Road, and the...
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Bicentennial Torch Relay Nominations Are Now Open

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August 26, 2015
Bicentennial Torch Relay Nominations Are Now Open

The Marshall County Bicentennial Nominating Committee has announced acceptance of nominations from the public for the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay. Torchbearer nominations should recognize Hoosiers who demonstrate exceptional public service, excellence in their profession, acts of heroism or volunteer service to their neighborhood, community, region or state. “Being selected as an Indiana Bicentennial Torch...
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ABSENTEE VOTING DETAILS FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS FOR TOWN OF ARGOS, TOWN OF CULVER AND CITY OF PLYMOUTH

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August 26, 2015
ABSENTEE VOTING DETAILS FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS FOR TOWN OF ARGOS, TOWN OF CULVER AND CITY OF PLYMOUTH

Registered voters in Argos, Culver and Plymouth may vote by absentee ballot beginning Tuesday, October 6th.  There are three methods of Absentee Voting for the upcoming Municipal Elections on November 3, 2015. First there is absentee voting in person in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office at 211 West Madison Street, Plymouth.  Dates and times...
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SJRMC Mum Fundraiser Thursday

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August 26, 2015
SJRMC Mum Fundraiser Thursday

The annual Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Plymouth Campus mum flower sale fundraiser is today, August 27th.  8 inch, nursery quality “A” potted mums will be on sale from 10 a.m. until noon or until they last.  The fundraiser is a cash only event with mums costing $6 each or three for $14.  The...
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City Opens Bids for Phase II of Street & Sidewalk Projects

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August 26, 2015
City Opens Bids for Phase II of Street & Sidewalk Projects

Monday evening the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety opened bid for phase II of the 2015 Street and Sidewalk projects. Five companies bid on the projects: E &  B Paving from Rochester at $203,945; Niblock Excavating from Bristol at $174,550; Phend & Brown from Milford at $193,187.47; Reith Riley Construction from South...
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Cameron Riddle to Unveil Eagle Scout Project with Run on Friday

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August 26, 2015
Cameron Riddle to Unveil Eagle Scout Project with Run on Friday

This Friday, August 28th Boy Scout Cameron Riddle will unveil his Eagle Scout project in Centennial Park. In May he appeared before the Plymouth Park Board with the idea of creating a marked and measured route in the park so bikers, walkers and runners would know their distance.  The one mile route will be...
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Ignacio Ramirez from Spain Exchange Student at PHS

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August 26, 2015
Ignacio Ramirez from Spain Exchange Student at PHS

Ignacio Ramirez, from Spain is one of the AFS Exchange Students attending Plymouth High School this year. He has adopted the nickname Iggy since coming to the US since most pronounce his name wrong. Ramirez has an identical twin brother who also traveled to the US as an exchange student. He is staying in...
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PHS Parking Lot Official Parking for Blueberry Festival

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August 26, 2015
PHS Parking Lot Official Parking for Blueberry Festival

The 49th Annual Blueberry Festival is right around the corner! The four-day event is held Labor Day weekend in Centennial Park. Plymouth High School is excited to announce the high school parking lot is once again the Blueberry Festival’s official parking spot! The high school is located on Randolph Street between Jefferson and Baker...
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G.A.R.S. Heads to the Dirt! Saturday, August 29

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August 26, 2015
G.A.R.S. Heads to the Dirt!  Saturday, August 29

Saturday, August 29th marks the day that Circle Track Magazine’s ground breaking Great American Racing Series will take to the dirt for the first time in their 6 race inaugural season with the Down-n-Dirty 125 at Plymouth Speedway. Circle Track, the #1 Source for Advanced Racing Technology, recently announced that registration for the Down-n-Dirty...
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City Council Approves Additional of $750,000 for Tennis Court Project

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August 25, 2015
City Council Approves Additional of $750,000 for Tennis Court Project

The Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing Monday evening  on an additional appropriations for the Tennis Facility.  City Attorney Sean Surrisi said, “This is a continuation, the next step after approving the formation of a fund to hold the monies for the tennis court project.”  It has been determined that it is now...
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