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Local Twirlers Earn Titles

February 11, 2016
Local Twirlers Earn Titles

On Saturday, February 6 at Memorial Hall in Lebanon, two local twirlers earned twirling titles.  Plymouth High School Junior, Alicia Dennie was crowned the 2016 Sr. Miss Twirler of Indiana and LaVille 7th grader Brooke Singleton was named 2016 Jr. Miss Royalty. Alicia has been a competitive twirler for seven years, competing at 5...
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Honduran Woman Arrested for Identity Deception and Forgery

February 11, 2016
Honduran Woman Arrested for Identity Deception and Forgery

A woman living on Alexander Street in Plymouth was arrested Wednesday, February 10th for alleged identity theft. Plymouth Police received a call from a woman in Pennsylvania who said she had applied for assistance and was advised that someone was using her identification for employment at a business in Plymouth. Detective Leo Manugs began...
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Man Sleeping at Red-D-Mart Arrested

February 11, 2016
Man Sleeping at Red-D-Mart Arrested

Sunday morning about 3:30 Plymouth Police officers were dispatched to Red D Mart at the corner of Michigan and Jefferson Streets in reference to an intoxicated male subject that had passed-out on the attendant’s counter. The attendant made several attempts to wake the male subject, but was unsuccessful. The male subject was passed out...
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Airport Hears Proposal on AWAS

February 11, 2016
Airport Hears Proposal on AWAS

The Plymouth Municipal Airport may be getting an automated weather station or AWAS by September.  Don Wendel from Michiana Contracting presented information on the project at Tuesday’s meeting.  The airport has wanted that improvement for many years but had thought the cost was prohibitive.  Wendel will present a cost proposal at next month’s meeting...
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INDOT Offers Paid College Internships, Scholarships

February 11, 2016
INDOT Offers Paid College Internships, Scholarships

Attention college students! The Indiana Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications for Governor’s Summer Internships paying $11.30 per hour and civil engineering scholarships of up to $3,125 per semester. “INDOT employs a staff of more than 3,400 to build and maintain 28,800 lane miles of interstates, U.S. highways and state routes,” said Commissioner...
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Plymouth Library’s Candy Guessing Contest for Kids Ends Saturday

February 11, 2016
Plymouth Library’s Candy Guessing Contest for Kids Ends Saturday

The Plymouth Public Library Children’s Room annual CANDY GUESSING CONTEST has a couple more days.   Children up to and including 5th grade are welcome to enter one guess through Sunday, February 14th.  There will be two winners chosen.  The first winner will receive the container of candy and a coupon book from Burger King. ...
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Triton Science Fair Winners Announced

February 11, 2016
Triton Science Fair Winners Announced

Students from Triton Elementary School’s recently participated in the school’s  Science Fair.  Winners will be going to the Regional Science Fair at Notre Dame this year on February 27th!   From Left to right – Medal winners and Notre Dame Participants.   6th grade William Weissert  - Into Thin air 6th grade Connor Large – Tasty...
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Tickets for Potawatomi Park Banquet on Sale

February 11, 2016
Tickets for Potawatomi Park Banquet on Sale

Time is running out to get your tickets for the third annual banquet and fundraiser for Potawatomi Wildlife Park. The annual banquet on March 5th is a major fundraiser for the year and a great time for those in attendance to celebrate Potawatomi Wildlife Park and support its mission! This year’s banquet will again...
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Tidbits from Triton

February 11, 2016
Tidbits from Triton

Triton High School students in Mrs. Slein’s biology class used pieces of spinach leaves in their lab to learn how photosynthesis works. Scientists in action pictured are: Left:  Coby Martin Right Front; Charlotte Morris,  back; Courtney Sherow   The first grade students at Triton Elementary School each brought a bag of 100 pennies to...
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New Business Open at Municipal Airport

February 11, 2016
New Business Open at Municipal Airport

A LaPaz company has relocated to the Plymouth Airport, providing a new aviation related business at the Municipal Airport. Tuesday evening a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for Aeromotive Custom Upholstery.  Owners Brad and Brandy Sherk actually approached airport manager Dave Lattimer about 5 years ago with interest in relocating their business. Lattimer said...
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