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Triton 3rd Graders are Rock Hounds

February 5, 2015
Triton 3rd Graders are Rock Hounds

Third Graders at Triton Elementary have been looking at rock and mineral samples to see if they can identify them. Students are observing each sample to check the luster, cleave, color, streak, and hardness.  Students have tools such as a penny, nail, and Moh’s Scale to test hardness, a white tiles to test streak,...
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Health Care that Benefits Hoosiers

February 5, 2015
Health Care that Benefits Hoosiers

Indiana is once again leading the way on finding state-driven solutions to our health-care needs. Last month, Governor Mike Pence announced that Indiana and the federal government have made an agreement to expand the Healthy Indiana Plan with HIP 2.0. Senator Randy Head said, “This consumer-driven plan will be used instead of Medicaid to...
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MoonTree Studios Empty Bowl Project

February 5, 2015
MoonTree Studios Empty Bowl Project

The public is invited to register for this year’s Empty Bowls Project.  This weekend at the MoonTree’s Clay Studio participants will be making bowls that will be used for a soup super in March.  This Saturday, February 7th,  between 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. or this Sunday, February 8th, from 1:00 p.m....
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BMV Announces Initial Findings From BKD Investigation

February 5, 2015
BMV Announces Initial Findings From BKD Investigation

Indianapolis– Don Snemis, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) announced a number of additional tax refunds and fee credits that will take place as a result work begun by the BMV and verified by its consultant, BKD, which has been handling the internal review of the BMV since their work started...
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Hayden Presents Landscape Plans for Sports Complex

February 5, 2015
Hayden Presents Landscape Plans for Sports Complex

Tuesday evening the Plymouth Plan Commission approved a parking lot landscaping plan for Ten Hayden at 2923 Van Vactor Drive, the old Plymouth Tennis Complex. Hayden told members he plans to create an indoor sports complex by putting four basketball courts in the building with seating, and have volleyball, baseball and indoor soccer. City...
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Fonseca & Houin File for City Council Seats

February 5, 2015
Fonseca & Houin File for City Council Seats

Wednesday morning two more democratic candidates filed their intentions to run for the Plymouth municipal election. Shiloh Fonseca was born and raised in Plymouth and is a graduate of Point Park College in Pittsburg.   A member of the CWA local 4900 Shiloh has participated in politics her entire life and is the daughter of...
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Bremen PB & Starke County Sheriff offer Lobby for Internet Sale Exchanges

February 4, 2015
Bremen PB & Starke County Sheriff offer Lobby  for Internet Sale Exchanges

With the recent violence associated with Craigslist transactions, Bremen Police Chief Matt Hassel has offered the police department lobby as a safe place to meet and conduct any in-person social media transactions.  Hassel said, “The police department recognizes some transactions require more space than the lobby can provide, the public parking in front of...
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Busse Selected Interim Dir. Quality Programs

February 4, 2015
Busse Selected Interim Dir. Quality Programs

This week the Plymouth School Board approved the transfer of Brooke Busse from the corporation’s eLearning Coach to the Interim Director of Quality Programs. The position had been left vacant as of January 1st due to the resignation of Michele Riise who accepted a position as Superintendent of Argos Schools. At their January meeting,...
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Plymouth Schools Ban Electronic Cigarette Use by Students

February 4, 2015
Plymouth Schools Ban Electronic Cigarette Use by Students

Parents and guardians of students in the Plymouth Community School Corporation were notified Wednesday evening by School Reach of an amendment to the student handbooks that went into effect immediately. It was noted during the School Board meeting that some students thought they found a “grey” area in the school’s policies that would allow...
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Industrial Accident at Indiana Heat Transfer

February 4, 2015
Industrial Accident at Indiana Heat Transfer

Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS responded to 500 West Harrison Street Wednesday morning about 8:20 for an industrial accident at Indiana Heat Transfer. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller said a 42 year old man was operating a fork-truck inside the rear of the building and it lost balance.  The fork-truck rolled and severely injured...
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