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Summer Reading Progam at Plymouth Library

May 30, 2014
Summer Reading Progam at Plymouth Library

Sign up for the Summer Reading Program at the Plymouth Public Library begins on Monday, June 2.  Plan to “FIZZ, BOOM, READ!” this summer.  Sign up and record books on the library website at: www.plymouth.lib.in.us.   To sign up click on the Summer Reading Sign up.  This program is free for Plymouth, Center, Polk, North...
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Boater Education Classes Offered in Starke County

May 30, 2014
Boater Education Classes Offered in Starke County

Indiana Conservation Officers are providing two opportunities in Starke County for the public to attend an Indiana Boater Education Course. The first class will be held June 14, 2014 from 9am – 5pm CDT at the Bass Lake Property Owners Association (BLPOA) Community Center at 6996 S SR 10, Bass Lake. The second class...
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Donnelly: Veterans Deserve Better than this Bureaucratic Nightmare

May 30, 2014
Donnelly: Veterans Deserve Better than this Bureaucratic Nightmare

Indianapolis, Ind.—Today, Senator Joe Donnelly released the following statement regarding Secretary Shinseki’s resignation and the ongoing VA scheduling scandal.   “Secretary Shinseki served our country honorably, and I thank him for his service.  It is time for a fresh pair of eyes on this calamity. Veterans deserve better than the bureaucratic nightmare they have...
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Statement: Walorski Reaction to Shinseki Resignation

May 30, 2014
Statement: Walorski Reaction to Shinseki Resignation

WASHINGTON D.C. –  Representative Jackie Walorski (IN-02) made the following statement after the announcement President Obama has accepted the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki: “Secretary Shinseki is a decorated veteran and has dedicated his life to this country and for that we will always be grateful. This issue is not partisan, nor...
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Plymouth’s New Tech High School to be National Demonstration Site

May 30, 2014
Plymouth’s New Tech High School to be National Demonstration Site

05/30/14 The Weidner School of Inquiry has been named a New Tech Network Demonstration Site for the 2014-2015 school year. The “school within a school” located in the Plymouth High School building is only in the second year of operation. Plans are to add another 100 students next year to the current approximately 200...
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Stillson National Merit Award Winner

May 29, 2014
Stillson National Merit Award Winner

John Stillson received a National Merit Award during the PHS Senior Awards Day.  Principal James Condon presented Stillson with the Presidential Merit Scholarship of $44,975 for 10 semesters, the Merit Achievement Scholarship of $1,750 for 8 semesters, the Presidential National Housing Scholarship for $4,400 for two semesters, and a Study abroad stipend of $2,000...
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County EMA & Amateur Radio Club to Program Weather Radios Saturday

May 29, 2014
County EMA & Amateur Radio Club to Program Weather Radios Saturday

The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency in partnership with Walgreen’s, and the Marshall County Amateur Radio Club, will be hosting a second NOAA Weather/All Hazards Alert Radio Programming Day for this year. The event will be held this Saturday, May 31st from 9:00am until 1:00pm at Walgreen’s Drug Store located at 2014 N. Michigan...
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Indiana Byways Conference in Plymouth

May 29, 2014
Indiana Byways Conference in Plymouth

The Marshall County Museum will be hosting the Indiana Byways Conference on Thursday, June 5 and Friday, June 6.  A reception will be held on Thursday evening at Sycamore Hill Farm at 7 PM, with hors d’oeuvres and entertainment by Wild Rose Moon.  On Friday, June 6 the conference will commence at the Marshall...
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Triton 6th Grade Presidential Award Winners

May 29, 2014
Triton 6th Grade Presidential Award Winners

The annual sixth grade “graduation” was held at Triton Elementary School the evening of May 28th. Several awards were given out to the sixth graders by the teachers. The Presidential Award is a national award presented to the top students at the “graduating” level in each school.  To earn this award, students must have...
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KIWANIS PEANUT DAYS A BIG SUCCESS

May 29, 2014
KIWANIS PEANUT DAYS A BIG SUCCESS

The Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis was able to raise over $4,200 in donations earlier this month during their annual Peanut Days fundraiser. 42 members, including 5 from the PHS Key Club, of the local civic organization were out in force at the intersection of Jefferson and Michigan last weekend asking for donations from drivers...
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