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ICP Classes Visit Oliver Ford Lincoln for Practical Application of Knowledge

October 15, 2015
ICP Classes Visit Oliver Ford Lincoln for Practical Application of Knowledge

On Monday, six of the Lincoln Jr. High School’s ICP (Integrated Chemistry and Physics) classes visited Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth as part of the project-based learning taught by Mr. Bob Garrity. The purpose of the off-site adventure was to take what they’re learning about speed, velocity and acceleration and observe how they impact...
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Plymouth LP Gas Donates to Ounce of Prevention

October 15, 2015
Plymouth LP Gas Donates to Ounce of Prevention

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Plymouth LP Gas presented a check during their customer appreciation day on Wednesday. For the second year in a row, on Fridays during the summer months Plymouth LP Gas allowed customers to fill a 20 pound tank for $10 with an additional donation made to Ounce of...
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September Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Activity Report

October 14, 2015
September Marshall County Sheriff’s Department Activity Report

Operating While Intoxicated topped the list of offences for being booked into the Marshall County Jail during September. Looking at the Top Ten offenses you find Failure to Appear at number 2, Driving While Suspended number 3, Operator Never Licensed number 4 and Marijuana was 5th.  Continuing down the list is Theft at number...
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Arrests by Plymouth Police

October 14, 2015
Arrests by Plymouth Police

On Friday, October 9th Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre observed a vehicle wearing while driving on Michigan Street.  Following a traffic stop it was determined that the driver, 31 year old Richard L. Carter of Plymouth was possible Operating While Intoxicated.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked for OWI. Saturday,...
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Plymouth Police Work Operation Pull Over

October 14, 2015
Plymouth Police Work Operation Pull Over

The Plymouth Police Department participated in the Operation Pullover Program.  Funded by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, it provides funding for local police departments throughout the State of Indiana to allow officers to work beyond their normal shifts to focus on traffic enforcement. During the two week period over the Labor Day holiday officers...
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Goody’s Donates to Habitat for Humanity

October 14, 2015
Goody’s Donates to Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity benefited from a recent “30 days of Giving” program sponsored by the Plymouth Goody’s Store. During the month of September customers were ask to contribute to the local not-for-profit selected by the store manager.  The manager of Goody’s Plymouth store, Nicole Lee selected Habitat for Humanity because of the experience and...
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Gibson Earns National Best Practices Status for 22nd Consecutive Year

October 14, 2015
Gibson Earns National Best Practices Status for 22nd Consecutive Year

For the 22nd consecutive year, Gibson has earned Best Practices status from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA). Best Practices firms are agencies taking part in an annual study that has become a prestigious recognition of the superior accomplishments of the top insurance agencies in the country. Gibson, a 100% employee owned...
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PHS #1 Doubles Continue in Tournament Play at Regional

October 14, 2015
PHS #1 Doubles Continue in Tournament Play at Regional

The Plymouth High School Boys Tennis #1 doubles team of Braydon Davidson and Nate Knapp will continue their season this Saturday at LaPorte High School for the regional. They will face a doubles team from Westview High School. Braydon and Nate come into the match with a record of 17-6 while the Westview duo...
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Aviation Board Opens Bids for Tow Vehicle

October 14, 2015
Aviation Board Opens Bids for Tow Vehicle

The Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners met Tuesday night at the Plymouth Airport.  The meeting followed the ribbon cutting for the new runway project. Despite the completion, a few bills and issues remain however the project was completed for more than $200,000 under the budgeted cost.  Some of that savings may go to correct...
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PHS Students Select Barron & Selner as Sept. Teachers of the Month

October 14, 2015
PHS Students Select Barron & Selner as Sept. Teachers of the Month

John Barron and Quinn Selner have both been named the Plymouth High School Teachers Credit Union Teacher of the Month for September. Teachers are chosen by students for demonstrating any of seven characteristics identified by the PHS student government as being important for teachers to possess. Those characteristics are:  Caring, Giving Extra Time, Respectful...
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