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Plymouth Police March Activity Report

April 15, 2014
Plymouth Police March Activity Report

04/16/14  Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented the March activity report during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.  Calls for information and complaints topped the March report with 790 calls for information and 198 complaints.  City officers conducted 347 traffic stops last month and responded to 141 9-1-1 calls. Plymouth Police...
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4-Star Schools Announced

April 15, 2014
4-Star Schools Announced

  4/16/14 Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced Tuesday Indiana’s 4-Star schools for 2012-2013.  In order to achieve this designation, a school must be in the top 25th percentile of schools in three ISTEP-based categories.  A total of 311 schools received the award throughout the state.  Looking at the schools in our...
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THUMB BANDS – THE NEW WAY TO ADVOCATE

April 15, 2014
THUMB BANDS – THE NEW WAY TO ADVOCATE

 4/16/14 Leadership Marshall County is helping with the fight against texting while driving by using the latest trend in fashion. They will give “W82txt” thumb bands to students at Triton Jr-Sr High School (April 23rd) and Culver High School (April 30th) during a presentation about the importance of not texting while driving. A study...
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Kids Expo this Saturday

April 15, 2014
Kids Expo this Saturday

4/16/14 The Leadership Marshall County is proud to announce the first annual Kid’s Expo, a class project spearheaded by members of the Class of XIX. The expo will be on Saturday, April 19th from 10:00 until 1:00 at the Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth. The event is open and free to all families residing...
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3 PHS Students Selected for the National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll

April 15, 2014
3 PHS Students Selected for the National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll

4/16/14 Congratulations to Kyndel Grove, Monica Renteria, and Natalie Wright.  These outstanding yearbook students have been selected for the National Scholastic Press Association’s Journalism Honor Roll. The NSPA Honor Roll recognizes student journalists who have excelled as journalists and scholars, have served on staff for a minimum of one year, and have a minimum...
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One Book/One County Event at Museum this Evening

April 15, 2014
One Book/One County Event at Museum this Evening

4/16/14 Larita Killian, the author of “Zimbabwe Bound, A Woman’s Journey Through Africa,” will be at the Marshall County Museum on Wednesday, April 16.   It is a story with local ties to the Orphan Train.    Effie Chandler, local Orphan Train rider, had a daughter, Annie, whose life story was nothing short of a...
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Triton Dare Banquet

April 15, 2014
Triton Dare Banquet

4/16/14 On Tuesday, April 15th, the fifth grader students at Triton Elementary School celebrated the culmination of ten weeks of DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) lessons with a graduation ceremony in the Triton Auditorium. Officer Haskins, of the Bourbon Police Department, led the ceremonies. Bourbon Police Chief Martin also attended the ceremony in support...
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Top 5% at PHS Honor Most Influential Teachers

April 15, 2014
Top 5% at PHS Honor Most Influential Teachers

4/16/14 The twenty-eighth Annual Academic Excellence Recognition dinner held on April 14, acknowledged the achievements of several of this year’s Plymouth High School graduates. The event, sponsored by Plymouth High School and US Granules, also gave those being honored an opportunity to thank their most influential teachers and/or school staff members. Those students being...
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County Clerk Given Approval to Replace 2 Retiring Employees

April 15, 2014
County Clerk Given Approval to Replace 2 Retiring Employees

 04/15/14 Marshall County Clerk, Julie Fox was given approval by the County Council to begin looking for replacement for two employees who will be retiring this year.  Monday morning county employees Avon Hampson and Linda Star appeared at the meeting with Fox.  Hampson has been an employee with Marshall County for 20 years and...
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City Council Conducts Public Hearing on AMI Tax Abatement Request

April 15, 2014
City Council Conducts Public Hearing on AMI Tax Abatement Request

04/15/14 Monday night the Plymouth Common Council conducted a public hearing on the Tax Abatement request of AMI Products, formerly knows as Whitley Products.  Derek Spier from the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation and Les Thornton from AMI said the company will be hiring 15 employees for a new product line that will be...
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