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Plymouth Community School Corp. Opens Title III Funded Pre-School

November 3, 2014
Plymouth Community School Corp. Opens Title III Funded Pre-School

Plymouth Community School Corporation is proud to announce the opening of their Title lll funded preschool program. The first day of preschool was Monday, November 3rd. The new preschool program is housed at Jefferson Elementary School and currently services 18 of our EL/Migrant students. Carolina Figueroa, the preschool teacher, is in her first year...
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Local Comments on Riverside’s Selection as New Tech Demonstration Site

November 3, 2014
Local Comments on Riverside’s Selection as New Tech Demonstration Site

A second school in the Plymouth School Corporation has been named a demonstration site by the New Tech Network (NTN). NTN sites focus on teaching students “how to learn” as opposed to “what to learn” by incorporating projects and presentations into the curriculum. The Innovation Academy at Riverside Intermediate is now a demonstration site...
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WorkOne’s JAG Program Sponsors Veterans Day Appreciation Walk in Plymouth

November 3, 2014
WorkOne’s JAG Program Sponsors Veterans Day Appreciation Walk in Plymouth

WorkOne’s Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program is sponsoring a Veterans Day Appreciation Walk and Benefit on Friday, November 7th in Plymouth. The walk will be held in River Park Square at the corner of Garro and Water Streets from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Donations of any amount will be appreciated. JAG specialists...
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Bigley of Culver Arrested for Glue Sniffing

November 3, 2014
Bigley of Culver Arrested for Glue Sniffing

Sunday evening just after 5 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Plymouth Wal-Mart parking lot for the complain of a male subject screaming inside his truck and a dog running around the outside of it. City Officer Ben McIntyre located the subject who seemed to be in some type of seizure state. The male,...
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18 State Parks to Close Temporarily for Deer Reductions

November 3, 2014
18 State Parks to Close Temporarily for Deer Reductions

Select Indiana state parks will close temporarily to allow for controlled deer reductions in the coming weeks. The dates for the temporary closings are November 17th and 18th, and December 1st and 2nd. The state parks affected near Marshall County include Indiana Dunes, Potato Creek and Tippecanoe River. Other State Parks experiencing temporarily closures...
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CenturyLInk Discounts to Qualifying Low-income Individuals

November 3, 2014
CenturyLInk Discounts to Qualifying Low-income Individuals

Did you know that discounts on basic residential phone service are available to qualifying low-income individuals in Indiana? Century Link is informing Indiana residents living in a Century Link service area to call 1-855-954-6546 and ask about the Lifeline telephone discounts or visit www.centurylink.com/lifeline to find out if they qualify. These discounts will help...
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Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th

November 2, 2014
Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th

Hoosiers will go to the polls on Tuesday to vote for various Federal, State and local candidates. On the federal level voters in Marshall County will decide between Republican incumbent Jackie Walorski for 2nd District Representative and Democrat Joe Bock of Libertarian Jeff Petermann. On the state level voters will choose a Secretary of...
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Commissioner Meeting Monday

November 2, 2014
Commissioner Meeting Monday

The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building. Agenda includes the request of Brenda Harper from the Auditor’s office to conduct the annual United Way campaign for county employees. Bart Trester from USI will update the commissioners on the 7th Road project...
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Plymouth School Board to Consider Balanced Calendar

November 2, 2014
Plymouth School Board to Consider Balanced Calendar

The Plymouth School Board will meet for two meetings on Tuesday, November 4. At 6:30 P.M., they will hold a public hearing to accept public testimony concerning the contract for Superintendent Daniel Tyree. Following the hearing, at approximately 7:00 P.M., the Board will convene in a regular session. During the meeting, the Board is...
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Applications Available for Plymouth’s Parade of Lights Nov. 28

November 2, 2014
Applications Available for Plymouth’s Parade of Lights Nov. 28

The committee for Plymouth’s Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade of Lights continues to meet and put their plans together for a fantastic event the Friday after Thanksgiving. This year’s theme is “A Christmas Carol” and currently lighted entries are being sought for the parade that will begin at 6 p.m. on November 28th. Floats,...
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