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Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday

January 27, 2016
Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday

The Plymouth Optimist Club will host their annual Tri-Star Basketball Contest this Sunday, January 31st in the multipurpose gym at Plymouth High School. Tri-Star is the competition that boys and girls age 8 to 13 compete while dribbling, passing and shooting a basketball. The competition is scored by age groups, and one in each...
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Deputy Prosecutor Speaks to Freshmen at WSOI

January 27, 2016
Deputy Prosecutor Speaks to Freshmen at WSOI

Marshall County Deputy Prosecutor Tami Napier spoke to the entire freshman class of Weidner School Of Inquiry Weidner School of Inquiry at Plymouth High School last week. The students are all in a class called Global Perspective and they have been preparing for their jury trials on their American Revolutionary War Project. WSOI Administrators...
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Charger cheer squad first in division

January 27, 2016
Charger cheer squad first in division

DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College cheerleading team took the stage on Sunday, January 24th in Ft. Wayne, IN for the CheerMAX competition where they scored 110 out of a possible 150 points to bring home 1st place in their division.   The cheerleading team, who qualified for NCA College Nationals early this summer, has begun...
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Redevelopment Commission Hears Plan on River Park Square Launch

January 27, 2016
Redevelopment Commission Hears Plan on River Park Square Launch

Mike Hite, Superintendent of the Plymouth Park Department appeared before members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission Tuesday night to discuss the proposed kayak/canoe launch in River Park Square. Hite said the launch is in the park’s 5-year plan and is included in phase II of the development plan for River Park Square.  He said...
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City Council to Consider Ordinance Amendment for Retiring Firemen & Paramedics

January 27, 2016
City Council to Consider Ordinance Amendment for Retiring Firemen & Paramedics

With very little business during the Plymouth Common Council meeting Monday night, new member, Gary Cook made a recommendation to amend the recently passed ordinance that allows retiring city police officer the ability to purchase their service weapons for $1.00 when they retire. Cook, a former police officer for the City of Plymouth suggested...
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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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