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PHS Students have Great Showing at BPA Nationals

May 13, 2014
PHS Students have Great Showing at BPA Nationals

05/14/14 This past weekend five students from Plymouth High School participated in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National conference in Indianapolis. Sophomore Curtis Smith placed 3rd in the Nation in Extemporaneous Speech while the News Broadcast Team of Curtis Smith, sophomore John Hunter, junior Max Holloway and sophomore Ricky Cooper placed 11th in...
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Red Cross Blood Drive Saturday

May 13, 2014
Red Cross Blood Drive Saturday

An additional American Red Cross blood drive will be held this Saturday, May 17, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Webster Recreation Center at 110 Webster Avenue in Plymouth.  This blood drive is sponsored by Trinity United Methodist Church.
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Martin’s Donates to M.C. Council on Aging Transportation Fund

May 13, 2014
Martin’s Donates to M.C. Council on Aging Transportation Fund

Marshall County Council on Aging Executive Director, Jackie Wright accepts a donation of $162.13 from Chrissie Sutch, HR Manager at Martin’s Super Market in Plymouth.  Martin’s Super Market has been a long-time supporter of the Marshall County Council on Aging, and designated their transportation service as the recipient of Martin’s Picture with the Easter Bunny program recently...
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SJRMC Oncology Program Recognized with Outstanding Achievement Award

May 13, 2014
SJRMC Oncology Program Recognized with Outstanding Achievement Award

The Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) oncology program in Mishawaka has been awarded the 2013 Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC). The OAA, established in 2004, recognizes oncology programs that strive for excellence in providing the best quality care for patients. Less than 75 oncology...
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Sewing Items on Display at CUTPL

May 13, 2014
Sewing Items on Display at CUTPL

Now on display at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is a collection of items sewn by local Culver resident, Karen Easterday. Karen began sewing items to sell through her small business, Starlight Sewing, around three years ago. Many years ago, Karen began sewing burial gowns for the NICU units at Riley and Memorial hospitals....
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Girls Night Out for Triton Elementary Girls

May 13, 2014
Girls Night Out for Triton Elementary Girls

“Girls Night Out” was held at Triton Elementary School the evening of Friday, May 2nd.  There were sixty girls in attendance from 4th, 5th, and 6th grades.  The girls enjoyed a treasure hunt, a demonstration on skin care, exhibited by a “Mary Kay” representative, and nail glam.  They also took part in a video and...
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Weekend Arrests by Plymouth Police

May 13, 2014
Weekend Arrests by Plymouth Police

05/13/14 On Friday, May 9th at 2:35 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Shelly Cleveland responded to Penguin Point in reference to an intoxicated female. Officer Cleveland located the female identified as 21 year old Alexis Tanner of Plymouth in the drive-thru.  Tanner was taken into custody for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and resisting law enforcement....
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IDOE Invalidates Portion of Menominee 4th Grade Math ISTEP Test Scores

May 13, 2014
IDOE Invalidates Portion of Menominee 4th Grade Math ISTEP Test Scores

In February the administration of the Plymouth Community School Corporation discovered a possible violation of ethical test practices for this year’s ISTEP testing at Menominee Elementary.  In March the Plymouth School Corporation completed an investigation of the ISTEP administration irregularities at Menominee Elementary School.   Following that investigation they sent a comprehensive report to the...
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County Council Approves CF-1 for Headsight and Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Metronet

May 13, 2014
County Council Approves CF-1 for Headsight and Intergovernmental Agreement with City for Metronet

  Monday morning members of the Marshall County Council approved the Tax Abatement Compliance Form for Headsight Inc.   The Bremen company was granted a tax abatement in October of 2012 when the family operated business decided to expand their operations with a new 18,000 sq. ft. building to house new research and development (R&D),...
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Plymouth High School to hold Super Sunday May 18

May 13, 2014
Plymouth High School to hold Super Sunday May 18

Plymouth High School announced Monday that its annual Super Sunday will be this Sunday, May 18. Super Sunday is comprised of three special ceremonies for Plymouth High School students: the National Honor Society induction ceremony, the Academic Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and Baccalaureate service for the 2014 PHS graduates. “Super Sunday is special...
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