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BACK TO EDEN, Film on Organic Gardening, to be Shown

April 29, 2015
BACK TO EDEN, Film on Organic Gardening, to be Shown

Back to Eden, a film about organic gardening will be shown on Sunday, May 3, 2:00-4:00 PM, at the Plymouth Seventh-day Adventist Church, 11533 7B Road, Plymouth. After years of back-breaking toil in ground ravaged by the effects of man-made growing systems, Paul Gautschi has discovered a taste of what God intended for mankind in the...
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Plymouth Gets its First Public EV Charging Station

April 29, 2015
Plymouth Gets its First Public EV Charging Station

Electric Vehicle (EV) drivers in Plymouth, and those driving U.S. 30, now have a convenient way to ensure a fully-charged ride to their destination, with the installation of a new ChargePoint charging station in the Pine Creek Plaza parking lot. NIPSCO, Pine Creek Plaza (VanVactor Farms), and Mancino’s have teamed up to bring a...
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Plymouth School Board Conducts Work Session on Facility Needs

April 29, 2015
Plymouth School Board Conducts Work Session on Facility Needs

Members of the Plymouth Community School Board held a special work session Tuesday evening to review the current list of facility needs and possible funding sources. Superintendent Dan Tyree told members there were six funding options for the board members to categorize the projects into; Capital Projects Fund, Building Project, Bond, Donations, Partnership or...
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Plymouth Sky Sports Starts Go Fund Me Account to Survive Airport Closure

April 29, 2015
Plymouth Sky Sports Starts Go Fund Me Account to Survive Airport Closure

  Indiana’s # 1 rated skydiving experience, Plymouth Sky Sports, is in jeopardy of going out of business. Plymouth Sky Sports was opened in 2011 at the Plymouth Municipal Airport.  Owned by a United States Marine Corps veteran with a service-connected disability, PSS struggled the first 3 seasons before having their first profitable year...
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PHS Senior In National Poetry Out Loud Moves on to Finals

April 28, 2015
PHS Senior In National Poetry Out Loud Moves on to Finals

A quick update from Washington DC: Plymouth High School senior, Emma Libersky was chosen Tuesday as 1 of 3 students to represent the Midwest region to compete in the national Poetry Out Loud finals Wednesday night at 7 PM. The Indiana State Champion, she will recite all three poems again on Wednesday to compete against the eight other...
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PHS FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT PRESENTS VARIETY SHOW THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

April 28, 2015
PHS  FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT PRESENTS VARIETY SHOW THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

This Friday, May 1st, and Saturday, May 2nd, the Plymouth High School Fine Arts Department will be presenting their annual spring production. This year’s production is a variety show entitled “Time Machine”. The show involves over one hundred PHS students who are part of the Pit Band, Chorus, Crimson Connection, Winter Guard, Drum Line,...
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AMY BURKHOLDER WINS RECYCLE DEPOT COMPOST BIN GIVEAWAY

April 28, 2015
AMY BURKHOLDER WINS RECYCLE DEPOT COMPOST BIN GIVEAWAY

In celebration of Earth Day, Marshall County Solid Waste held a month-long contest to give away a free compost bin, as well as a book on composting. The drawing was at noon on Earth Day, April 22, and Amy Burkholder, resident of Plymouth, was the lucky winner of the Redmon Company 8000 Green Culture...
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PHS Summer School Registration Underway

April 28, 2015
PHS Summer School Registration Underway

Summer school enrollment at Plymouth High School began on Monday, April 27. Students interested in summer school need to sign up with Mrs. Downs, the PHS Treasurer in the Main Office.  The cost of summer school is $20 which covers the summer rental cost associated with a laptop computer.  Below is the list of summer...
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Busy schedule for Culver’s Friesians begins Friday

April 28, 2015
Busy schedule for Culver’s Friesians begins Friday

When the Arlington Park Race Track officially opens on Friday, Culver Academies’ Friesian Mounted Color Guard will be part of the ceremony. The color guard, under the command of Paul Foersch ’15 (Culver) is comprised of six Friesians, will carry the colors during the opening ceremony and Squadron commander Leonardo Rodriguez ’15 (Acapulco, Mexico)...
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Jerry Chavez, Ex. Dir. of MCEDC Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

April 28, 2015
Jerry Chavez, Ex. Dir. of MCEDC Speaks to Plymouth Lions Club

Marshall County is the Crossroads of America, and Jerry Chavez, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation presented an overview of the EDC at the April meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club.  Within a 200 mile radius and less than a half day drive, a business can reach over 30 million people...
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