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Polygon Company in Walkerton, IN selected to receive one of Ivy Tech Corporate College’s 2013 Partner Awards

April 30, 2014
Polygon Company in Walkerton, IN selected to receive one of Ivy Tech Corporate College’s  2013 Partner Awards

Ivy Tech Corporate College has selected Polygon Company in Walkerton to receive one of the college’s annual Corporate College Partner Awards. Ivy Tech Community College president, Thomas Snyder will attend the award presentation at Polygon Company (103 Industrial Park Dr, Walkerton) on Friday, May 9 at 12:00 pm. The recipients are selected based on...
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Knox Women Arrested for Trafficking to Inmates

April 30, 2014
Knox Women Arrested for Trafficking to Inmates

  Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating an incident within Indiana Dunes State Park Tuesday of a woman who was attempting to drop off synthetic marijuana and tobacco to a work release inmate. Christy Chavez, 38, of Knox, was arrested by Indiana Conservation Officers after being apprehended by the Indiana Department of Corrections (IDOC) Police...
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Sickmiller Selected to Fill Cook’s School Board Seat

April 30, 2014
Sickmiller Selected to Fill Cook’s School Board Seat

The Plymouth School Board voted unanimously on April 29 to fill a Board vacancy with Plymouth native Jennifer (Anspach) Sickmiller. Sickmiller replaces former Board member Gary Cook. Cook resigned to take a position with security for the school corporation earlier this month. School employees are not allowed to hold a seat on the Board....
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Plymouth Schools to Host ‘Rise Above the Mark’ May 15th

April 30, 2014
Plymouth Schools to Host ‘Rise Above the Mark’ May 15th

Members of the Plymouth Community School Corporation are invited to a free showing of the documentary, “Rise Above the Mark,” at the Plymouth High School Auditorium on Thursday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. The presentation will be moderated by Dr. Rocky Killion Superintendent, West Lafayette Community School Corporation.  (Please use North Doors (#5) to...
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Walking the Lincoln Highway

April 30, 2014
Walking the Lincoln Highway

Jeff Blair, president of the Indiana Chapter of the Lincoln Highway Association, is walking the historic Lincoln Highway raising awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association and the Lincoln Highway Association.  Tuesday afternoon he was met by Linda Rippy, Director of the Marshall County Historical Museum at the “4 corners,” where old Lincoln Highway...
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Minor Shed Fire at 13th & Queen

April 29, 2014
Minor Shed Fire at 13th & Queen

04/30/14 The Plymouth Fire Department responded to the corner of 13th and Queen Road Tuesday afternoon just after 4 for a shed fire. The homeowner has an outdoor wood burning heating unit with a shed next to it to store his wood in.  Apparently while stoking the unit with new wood the high winds...
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Triton Elementary and Menominne Elementary Top IREAD-3 Public Schools in County

April 29, 2014
Triton Elementary and Menominne Elementary Top IREAD-3 Public Schools in County

The Indiana Department of Education released local passage data for the Spring 2014 administration of the IREAD 3 assessment Tuesday.  Earlier this month, the Department released statewide results that showed a passage rate of 85.58%, up from 85.28% for the same period last year. The purpose of the Indiana Reading Evaluation And Determination (IREAD-3)...
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Ground to be broken for Metronet Expansion into Marshall County

April 29, 2014
Ground to be broken for Metronet Expansion into Marshall County

LAKEVILLE — Regional civic and business leaders will gather Friday to launch construction of much needed high speed, high capacity broadband communications infrastructure linking Plymouth and South Bend. Groundbreaking for the Plymouth/Marshall County expansion of St. Joe Valley Metronet will be marked with a ceremony at 1 p.m. Friday, May 2, at U.S. 31...
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Parking Restrictions for City Street Projects Approved

April 29, 2014
Parking Restrictions for City Street Projects Approved

  Walsh and Kelly was the low bidder for the 2014 Street Paving Projects for the City of Plymouth with a bid of $343.040.  They will begin mill and repaving work on Monday, May 5th.  During Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, City Engineer Rick Gaul asked for no parking on...
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PHS Bands Earn Record Scores

April 29, 2014
PHS Bands Earn Record Scores

On Friday, April 25th, the Plymouth High School Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble attended the annual ISSMA Organizational Contest hosted by Concord High School. Both bands set personal records receiving nearly flawless perfect scores from all of the judges.   Both bands also received tremendously positive feedback from the judging panels. Both bands earned...
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