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Plymouth Community Church Opens This Sunday

May 8, 2015
Plymouth Community Church Opens This Sunday

Beginning this Sunday, May 10, at 10:30 am, Plymouth Community Church will hold their first Sunday service at 11802 Lincoln Highway in Plymouth. Plymouth Community Church will meet on Sundays at 10:30 am, with further ministry opportunities currently being planned. The church is the second location guided by the elders and staff of Warsaw...
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Unique Reading Session for English As a Second Language Student in Plymouth Schools

May 7, 2015
Unique Reading Session for English As a Second Language Student in Plymouth Schools

Plymouth High School ENL teacher, Rebecca Ippel, and bilingual Pre-School teacher, Carolina Figueroa, have discovered a creative way for their students to practice their English language skills. On May 6, the two classes met together for a reading session. Ippel’s students, most of whom speak Spanish and are learning English as a second language,...
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Ancilla College to hold 10th Nurses Pinning Ceremony May 31st

May 7, 2015
Ancilla College to hold 10th Nurses Pinning Ceremony May 31st

Ancilla College Nursing Department will hold its 10th Professional Pinning Ceremony on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EST.  The ceremony will be held in the Catherine Kasper Life Center Chapel.  The guest speaker for the ceremony will be Berniece Umbaugh, RN, a resident of Catherine Kasper Life Center and Registered Nurse for...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Changes to Handbook

May 7, 2015
Plymouth School Board Approves Changes to Handbook

During their regular meeting on May 5, the Plymouth School Board reviewed changes that will be added to the student handbooks for the 2015-2016 school year. Changes can be made to handbooks digitally and posted on the corporation’s internet site. Corporation-wide changes include changing the Visitor Statement to reflect that visitors must have an...
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National Day of Prayer Celebrations

May 7, 2015
National Day of Prayer Celebrations

It was a packed house for Mayor Mark Senter’s 8th National Day of Prayer Breakfast at Christo’s Banquet Center Thursday morning. The morning began with a welcome by First Lady LeAnn Senter, the presentation of the colors by Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from Troop 251 and 257 and the singing of the National...
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PHS Recognizes Retiring Teachers

May 7, 2015
PHS Recognizes Retiring Teachers

Hats off to four veteran PHS educators who have dedicated their teaching careers to educate Plymouth High School students! At the end of this school year they are all saying goodbye. Kennedy Robinson, Michele Holloway, Janice Curtis and Mary Gifford are all dedicated educators of Plymouth High School who will be retiring come June...
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Plymouth Students for State Senator Ryan Mishler

May 7, 2015
Plymouth Students for State Senator Ryan Mishler

State Senator Ryan Mishler a Republican from Bremen recently welcomed students from Plymouth High School and Lincoln Junior High School to the Statehouse who served as Senate pages in March and April: Riley Rose, from Plymouth, attends Plymouth High School. Mitchell Rose, from Plymouth, attends Lincoln Junior High School. Daniel Stauffer, from Plymouth, attends...
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iREAD Scores to be Announced

May 7, 2015
iREAD Scores to be Announced

Indiana schools could know by the end of the week how their 3rd grade students fared on the iREAD (Indiana Reading Evaluation And Determination) assessment. The latest testing window was March 16-18, 2015. According to a press release from the IDOE (Indiana Department of Education) on May 6, the passage rate for the spring...
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Pence Signs Balanced Budget Focused on Education

May 7, 2015
Pence Signs Balanced Budget Focused on Education

Indianapolis – Thursday, Governor Mike Pence signed HEA 1001, the biennial budget bill for fiscal years 2016-2017, which is focused on education. The Governor signed the legislation, which was part of his 2015 legislative agenda. “The 2015 legislative session of the Indiana General Assembly was an education session, and the biennial budget I signed...
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7th Road Could Be Delayed Due to Issues Around the State with Asphalt Specifications

May 7, 2015

An issue with the state specifications for HMX mix may cause a delay in the completion of the 7th Road construction project. During the commissioner’s meeting on Monday Bart Trester from USI Consultants informed them off issues in asphalt around the state.  Several locations have experienced a buckling of the pavement and INDOT wants...
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