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Vervynckt Named Valedictorian, Rettig Selected as Salutatorian

June 12, 2016
Vervynckt Named Valedictorian, Rettig Selected as Salutatorian

  Plymouth High School is proud to announce the valedictorian and salutatorian for the Class of 2016. Lucas Vervynckt has been selected as valedictorian of Plymouth High School’s Class of 2016. Lucas Vervynckt, son of James & Laura Vervynckt, exudes quiet confidence as a leader in the senior class. He is driven and determined...
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Park Board Approves Requests

June 12, 2016
Park Board Approves Requests

  During this month’s Plymouth Park Board meeting, members approved the requests of Marshall Starke Development Center, Pathfinders and Shady Rest to use the facilities at Price’s Pond. Jenny Sickmiller from the park office said each group would visit once or twice a week and bring between 2 and 14 clients. Each organization will...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Contract with “The Crossing”

June 11, 2016
Plymouth School Board Approves Contract with “The Crossing”

  The Plymouth School Board approved a two-year contract with “The Crossing” during the June 7 meeting of the Board. The Crossing is an alternative education program that extends services to students who have already dropped out of school or are at risk of becoming a dropout. The program was developed to reach students...
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Walorski Votes to Prevent Higher Energy Prices for Hoosier Families and Businesses

June 10, 2016
Walorski Votes to Prevent Higher Energy Prices for Hoosier Families and Businesses

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (IN-02) Friday voted to oppose higher taxes on energy that would raise costs for Hoosier families and businesses. The House passed H.Con.Res. 89, expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would harm the U.S. economy, and H.Con.Res. 112, expressing opposition to the president’s proposed $10 tax on...
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MAYOR’S MONTH OF MUSIC AUGUST 2016

June 10, 2016
MAYOR’S MONTH OF MUSIC AUGUST 2016

Mayor Mark Senter is excited to announce he will be hosting the Mayor’s Month of Music again this year at River Park Square.  This event will be held each Friday evening in August starting at 6:00 pm.  This is a free, family-friendly event.  Pack a cooler with your favorite beverage and come out for...
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Ancilla College joins White House Launching Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge

June 10, 2016
Ancilla College joins White House Launching Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge

 If you’ve been incarcerated, Ancilla College and the Obama Administration want to make it easier for you to get your degree.  Ancilla is one of 15 institutions at the White House this morning, June 10, 2016, with Education Secretary John King and Domestic Policy Council Director Cecilia Muñoz standing with the Obama Administration as...
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Plymouth duo will make Ancilla their next stop

June 10, 2016
Plymouth duo will make Ancilla their next stop

PLYMOUTH – A pair of Plymouth’s Pilgrims have chosen to continue their academic and baseball careers close to home. Plymouth seniors Caleb Mikesell and Braydon Davidson have announced their intentions to pursue both this coming season at Ancilla College as members of the Chargers baseball team. Both earned first team All-NLC honors this past...
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Kenny Wallace, Ron Hornaday to Visit Plymouth Speedway

June 10, 2016
Kenny Wallace, Ron Hornaday to Visit Plymouth Speedway

  NASCAR driver and commentator Kenny Wallace and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series legend Ron Hornaday will run against the best UMP Modified drivers in the Midwest at Plymouth Speedway this Saturday, June 11. The pair will go up against reigning Swan Lake Resort UMP Modified champion and current points leader Jamie Lomax, plus former...
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Summer Child Safety Resources

June 10, 2016
Summer Child Safety Resources

It’s summer! Kids are out of school, and many will be at the pool, riding their bikes, or going on trips with their families.  While summer can be a time for families to reconnect, this season poses additional challenges to keep kids safe. The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) Summer Child Safety web...
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Heat Expected Over Next Few Days;  EMS Professional Says to Limit Risk, Take Precautions

June 10, 2016
Heat Expected Over Next Few Days;  EMS Professional Says to Limit Risk, Take Precautions

  High temperatures are predicted in Indiana over the coming weekend and into next week. As temperatures hit new heights on Saturday, so do the risks for heat-related illnesses. Emergency medical professionals with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are encouraging Hoosiers to take heat-safety precautions. “Excessive exposure to temperatures above 90 degrees increases the risk...
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