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2016 Storm Spotter Training

January 26, 2016
2016 Storm Spotter Training

The calendar may still say January, but we are beginning our preparation for the upcoming severe weather season. The National Weather Service in cooperation with The Marshall County Emergency Management Agency and The Marshall County SKYWARN group will be hosting the annual Weather Observer and Outreach Talk (Storm Spotter Training).  Meteorologists from the National...
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Menominee Parents Notified of Inappropriate Behavior by Employee

January 26, 2016
Menominee Parents Notified of Inappropriate Behavior by Employee

Parents with student in Menominee Elementary School received an email Tuesday night from Principal Steven Boyer concerning an incident he learned about on Monday. The letter says: On Monday, January 25, I was informed that a staff member had given his phone number to students.  Upon receiving this information, I immediately initiated an investigation...
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ITAMCO Connects Forklifts to the Industrial Internet of Things

January 26, 2016
ITAMCO Connects Forklifts to the Industrial Internet of Things

Forklifts, the workhorses of the plant floor, are more valuable than ever at ITAMCO. The company has connected their forklifts to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)—the integration of machinery and equipment with networked sensors and software. ITAMCO is a manufacturer of precision-machined components, specializing in gears—from mining gearing to production runs of CBN-ground...
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State Releases 2014-2915 Grades for Schools

January 26, 2016
State Releases 2014-2915 Grades for Schools

Marshall County Schools latest A-F accountability grades all seem solid. On Tuesday, the State Board of Education approved the grades for the 2014-2015 school year. However, the latest grades reflect changes made by the Indiana General Assembly. In essence, Senate Enrolled Act 200 specifies that no school could be given a lower grade than...
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Marshall County Schools join ‘Cash for College’ Campaign

January 26, 2016
Marshall County Schools join ‘Cash for College’ Campaign

Schools in Marshall County are joining communities across the state in helping Hoosiers of all ages— from kindergartners through adults —pay for college as part of Learn More Indiana’s Cash for College campaign. The annual statewide effort continues through Indiana’s March 10 deadline for filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the...
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PHS Homecoming Court

January 26, 2016
PHS Homecoming Court

The 2016 Plymouth High School Winter Homecoming Ceremony was last Friday night.  The Homecoming Queen is senior Meghan Egierski and the 2016 Winter Homecoming King is senior Justyn Wade-Manring! This year’s Winter 2016 Homecoming Princess is junior Hannah Puckett and the Winter 2016 Homecoming Prince is junior Colten Schuler! Photo by Suze Garrity
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Plymouth High School’s JAG Program Wins Several Awards at Regional JAG Career Development Conference

January 26, 2016
Plymouth High School’s JAG Program Wins Several Awards at Regional JAG Career Development Conference

Plymouth High School JAG students traveled to South Bend to attend the Regional JAG Career Development Conference that was held at the Kroc Center on Thursday, January 21st. WorkOne Northern Indiana invited close to 100 Students from more than 15 Michiana schools to compete in both group and individual events that demonstrate their job skills including...
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Superintendents Comment on Passage of HB 1003 and SB 200

January 26, 2016
Superintendents Comment on Passage of HB 1003 and SB 200

The Indiana House of Representatives and Indiana Senate passed final versions of SB 200 and HB 1003 on January 22 and Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the two bills into law last Thursday. These bills hold harmless schools, teachers and communities after the ISTEP+ (Indiana State Testing for Educational Progress +) results for the...
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Fourth Annual Club Fair at CUTPL Was a Success!

January 26, 2016
Fourth Annual Club Fair at CUTPL Was a Success!

On Saturday, January 16, the Culver-Union Township Public Library held their fourth annual Club Fair. Local clubs, organizations, or groups were invited to come to the library free of charge to set up an informational table and promote their cause. Rebecca Nifong, CUTPL Friends of the Library President, told Reference/Adult Services Manager and Club...
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City Board of Public Works Approved Preliminary Street Projects

January 26, 2016
City Board of Public Works Approved Preliminary Street Projects

Plymouth City Engineer Rick Gaul and Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt presented the preliminary list of proposed street projects for the upcoming year during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Gaul noted, “Several of the areas have experienced flooding issues.” Proposed projects are a partial reconstruction with drainage on Plum Street between...
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