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City Clerk Treasure Announces Retirement

September 12, 2014
City Clerk Treasure Announces Retirement

City of Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer Toni L. Hutchings announced Friday morning that she would be retiring from office effective September 30, 2014. Hutchings was first sworn into office in 1996 after serving as Utility Clerk for the City of Plymouth for four years. Hutchings has served four full terms and is currently in her fifth...
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Riley Gear Run Surpasses 3-Year Goal of $20,000

September 11, 2014
Riley Gear Run Surpasses 3-Year Goal of $20,000

Drum roll PLEASE…..BBRRRRRRRRRRRR and the total for the Riley Gear Run in 2014 is $13,101.05!!!! Chairman of the event, John Pasley said, “Excellent job Melissa Clark Hunter Keeling Jason N Mindy Lambright Chad Kinney, Courtney Snyder and Steffen Schrock!” These are the other firefighters who ran the 15K Blueberry Stomp this year with him...
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M.C. Drug & Tobacco Free Set to Accept Grant Applications

September 11, 2014
M.C. Drug & Tobacco Free Set to Accept Grant Applications

The Marshall County Drug and Tobacco Free Committee announces the acceptance of grant proposals for the 2015 grant cycle. The committee may grant awards up to $60,000 in grant funds in the following categories; prevention and education, treatment or criminal justice and law enforcement. Applicants must choose to address one or more of the...
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Tri Kappa History Walk at Oak Hill Cemetery this Sunday

September 11, 2014
Tri Kappa History Walk at Oak Hill Cemetery this Sunday

The Beta Delta Chapter of Tri Kappa Sorority presents its 6th semi-annual Plymouth History Walk this Sunday near the War Memorial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Wendy Holloway, Chairman for this year’s event announced the local folks who will come back to life in the cemetery between the hours of 4 and 6 p.m. Samuel...
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Argos School Change Date for School Board Meeting

September 11, 2014
Argos School Change Date for School Board Meeting

The Argos Community Schools Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing for additional appropriations Wednesday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the administration building with the regular meeting to follow. The regularly scheduled meeting for Monday, September 15 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September 17.
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Walorski & Donnelley’s Reaction to President’s Speech on Islamic State

September 11, 2014
Walorski & Donnelley’s Reaction to President’s Speech on Islamic State

WASHINGTON D.C. – Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (IN-02), member of the House Armed Services Committee, released the following statement after hearing President Obama’s address to the nation on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL): “While I agree with the president on the destruction of ISIL, there are many questions that have been...
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Indiana Conservation Officers are accepting applicants until November 30

September 11, 2014
Indiana Conservation Officers are accepting applicants until November 30

Indiana Conservation Officers are accepting applicants for the position of Conservation Officer until November 30, 2014. All interested persons must pass a prerequisite test found on the Becoming a Conservation Officer webpage found at http://www.in.gov/dnr/lawenfor/2760.htm. Upon successful completion of the prerequisite test the applicant will be automatically entered into the 2015 hiring process. Indiana...
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County Dems to Open Headquarters

September 11, 2014
County Dems to Open Headquarters

Marshall County Democratic Chairman Jim Smart announced Thursday morning the grand opening of their new headquarters. The grand opening, open house and campaign kickoff is at 9 a.m. Saturday, September 13th at the Walnut Center at 304 Walnut Street in Plymouth. Special guest for the day will be Joe Bock, candidate for Congress in...
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Donations Sought for Community Foundation Vet Scholarship

September 11, 2014
Donations Sought for Community Foundation Vet Scholarship

Former and present clients of the Plymouth Veterinary Clinic are establishing a scholarship fund for students of veterinary science to honor the doctors and staff at PVC. The donors hope to raise $5,000 to make the fund a permanent endowment through the Marshall County Community Foundation. Founding donors hope to offer renewable scholarships to...
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Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Visits

September 11, 2014
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Visits

Glenda Ritz, Indiana superintendent of public instruction, made a brief visit to the Weidner School of Inquiry in Plymouth on Wednesday. WSOI is a project based “school within a school” at Plymouth High School.   Ritz was there to see a recent project that students completed on WW II veterans. Among other things, students...
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