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Plymouth School Unanimously Approves Bus Maintenance with Wiers

August 8, 2012
Plymouth School Unanimously Approves Bus Maintenance with Wiers

  08/09/12 The Plymouth School Board voted unanimously on Tuesday night to proceed with a contract for bus maintenance with Wiers. Discussions have been ongoing for several months on the possibility of closing the bus garage currently manned by PCSC employees and utilizing the services of Wiers. Wiers will provide routine maintenance on the...
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2 Hoosier Homestead Farms Receive Awards at State Fair

August 8, 2012
2 Hoosier Homestead Farms Receive Awards at State Fair

  08/09/12 In honor of Indiana’s rich agricultural heritage, the Hoosier Homestead Award Program recognizes families with farms that have been owned by the same family for 100 years or more. Indiana family farms may qualify for the Centennial Award – 100 years of ownership, the Sesquicentennial Award – 150 years of ownership, or...
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Plymouth officially names NEW Baseball Coach

August 8, 2012
Plymouth officially names NEW Baseball Coach

  08/09/12 The Plymouth High School Athletic Department is pleased to announce Ryan Wolfe as the new head baseball coach at Plymouth High School.  Wolfe will also be teaching social studies at Plymouth High School.  Wolfe becomes just the third head baseball coach at Plymouth since 1970.   He replaces former Head Coach Tony Pl0thlow...
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Ellen Smith Named to IHSAA Student Advisory Committee

August 8, 2012
Ellen Smith Named to IHSAA Student Advisory Committee

  08/09/12 On Wednesday, August 1, the IHSAA released the names of the students serving on the IHSAA Student Advisory Committee.  This year PHS junior volleyball and tennis player Ellen Smith has been named to serve on this committee. The SAC represents the entire IHSAA membership of 407 schools, and its structure mirrors that...
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Tuesday Arrests by City Police Officers

August 8, 2012
Tuesday Arrests by City Police Officers

  08/09/12 Tuesday afternoon Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite received information that Dollar General had just experienced a theft.  The employees were able to give a vehicle description.  Officer Hite located a vehicle matching the suspect’s description in the Walgreens parking lot on North Michigan Street.  The male subject in the vehicle had a...
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2nd Friday Event Cancelled

August 8, 2012
2nd Friday Event Cancelled

  08/09/12 Due to Morgan Uceny running in the Olympics 1500 final on Friday, the Chamber of Commerce PR/Tourism Committee has decided to cancel their August Second Friday Event. They will be back in action on Friday, September 14th for Old Fashion Days. Old Fashion Days run September 13th, through the 15th. The Second...
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Ribbon Cutting at Symphony Restaurant during Grand Opening

August 8, 2012
Ribbon Cutting at Symphony Restaurant during Grand Opening

  08/09/12 Monday morning at 11:15 a Mayor Mark Senter and representatives of the Chamber of Commerce conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Opening Celebration at Symphony Restaurant on North Michigan Street.   Symphony Restaurant is a family restaurant opened seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Music in the Park features George Schricker’s new band Wild Rose Moon

August 8, 2012
Music in the Park features George Schricker’s new band Wild Rose Moon

 08/09/12 George Schricker, popular local singer, songwriter, musician, storyteller, will introduce his new band, ‘Wild Rose Moon’ and freshly birthed CD, ‘Precious Time’ this Saturday. Music in the Park will break from the traditional Friday affairs and offer a leisurely Saturday night concert under the stars. The album title was the perfect choice and...
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HEALTH OFFICIALS CONFIRM 113 CASES OF VARIANT INFLUENZA A STATEWIDE

August 8, 2012
HEALTH OFFICIALS CONFIRM 113 CASES OF VARIANT INFLUENZA A STATEWIDE

  08/09/12 Health officials have now confirmed 113 cases of variant influenza A (H3N2v), impacting 18 counties statewide. State and local health officials continue to investigate the outbreak. More cases are expected to be confirmed this week. Variant influenza A cases have been confirmed in the following counties: Bartholomew, Greene, Hamilton, Hendricks, Jackson, Jennings,...
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Gamble Continues Work on All-Inclusive Playground

August 7, 2012
Gamble Continues Work on All-Inclusive Playground

  08/08/12 Mayor Mark Senter introduced and swore Laura Mann, his new park board appointment into office during the meeting Tuesday evening. Local business man Tony Gamble is making “a little progress” on an all-inclusive playground for the park system.  The five member board he has put together has been meeting and working on...
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