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WSOI Donation to Cancer Association of Marshall County

April 20, 2016
WSOI Donation to Cancer Association of Marshall County

The BioArt classes at the Weidner School of Inquiry in Plymouth High School recently presented Mrs. Shirley Gidley with a $1,400.00 donation for the Cancer Association of Marshall County from their Clay for Cancer night in March. WSOI Bio Art freshmen designed and sold their clay pieces to raise money for this local organization.  The...
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Bourbon Farmers’ Market Opens June 4th, Vendors Wanted

April 20, 2016
Bourbon Farmers’ Market Opens June 4th, Vendors Wanted

The farmers’ market season is fast approaching, and the Bourbon Farmers’ Market wants to get information out to prospective vendors for the 2016 season. The Bourbon Farmers’ Market is always looking for new vendors to help them grow the market. They encourage anyone with even the slightest interest to give the market a try!...
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Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases 2nd Quarter Stats

April 20, 2016
Marshall County DUI Task Force Releases 2nd Quarter Stats

The Marshall County DUI Task Force Wednesday announced the results of patrols during their 2nd Quarter of operation being the months of January, February, and March. The Marshall County DUI Task Force is a cooperation of officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, Plymouth Police Department, Bourbon Police Department, Bremen Police Department, and the...
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PHS Robotics Team Heads to World Championship

April 20, 2016
PHS Robotics Team Heads to World Championship

The Plymouth High School Robotics Team 586A headed to Louisville, Kentucky to compete at the VEX Robotics World Competition on Wednesday, April 20.  The competition runs Wednesday through Saturday, April 23! Their destination is the Kentucky Exposition Center, 260 plus miles south where they’ll be facing competition where close to 500 robotics teams from around...
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Tidbits from Triton

April 20, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Third graders at Triton Elementary school have been learning about natural resources and how they can be used to help us solve problems. Students worked to solve a potential “real world” problem where a local river was getting too low at times; which did not leave a suitable amount of water for fish to...
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Cabin Fever Event Opens Plymouth Speedway Season on Saturday

April 20, 2016
Cabin Fever Event Opens Plymouth Speedway Season on Saturday

 It’s the beginning of many things at Plymouth Speedway with the Cabin Fever event this weekend.  Not only is it the first race of the season Saturday, April 23, it is the debut of the new state-of-the-art facility that many drivers and fans call home.During the off-season, crews have been constructing new seating to...
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Governor Pence Spokeswoman Statement on Meeting with Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

April 20, 2016
Governor Pence Spokeswoman Statement on Meeting with Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

Indianapolis – Spokeswoman for Governor Mike Pence, Kara Brooks, issued the following statement after Governor Pence met with presidential candidate Donald Trump at the Governor’s Residence. Trump requested the meeting with Governor Pence. Previously, Governor Pence said he is willing to meet with all three Republican presidential candidates when they come to Indiana ahead...
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City Council Approves Additional of $339,000 for Tennis Court Project

April 20, 2016
City Council Approves Additional of $339,000 for Tennis Court Project

The Plymouth Common Council conduced a public hearing during a special meeting Wednesday evening.  The public hearing was for three additional appropriations, two for the tennis court project and the final one for the Blueberry Festival. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said the resolution is to appropriate $164,000 from the Cum Cap Development Fund and...
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Brick Sale Commences for Turf at Rockpile

April 20, 2016
Brick Sale Commences for Turf at Rockpile

Beginning April 20th, members of the Plymouth community will have the opportunity to purchase a commemorative brick to be displayed at the entrance of the new and improved Rockpile. A commemorative brick would make the perfect gift for a family member or friend who has participate or will be participating in the Marching Band,...
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National Drug Take Back Day

April 19, 2016
National Drug Take Back Day

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Reserve’s will be participating in the National Drug Take Back Initiative sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration. On Saturday, April 30, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. residence can drop off their expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs to the Marshall County Sheriff Officers in the parking lot...
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