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Plymouth Schools Ban Electronic Cigarette Use by Students

February 4, 2015
Plymouth Schools Ban Electronic Cigarette Use by Students

Parents and guardians of students in the Plymouth Community School Corporation were notified Wednesday evening by School Reach of an amendment to the student handbooks that went into effect immediately. It was noted during the School Board meeting that some students thought they found a “grey” area in the school’s policies that would allow...
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Industrial Accident at Indiana Heat Transfer

February 4, 2015
Industrial Accident at Indiana Heat Transfer

Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS responded to 500 West Harrison Street Wednesday morning about 8:20 for an industrial accident at Indiana Heat Transfer. Plymouth Fire Chief Rod Miller said a 42 year old man was operating a fork-truck inside the rear of the building and it lost balance.  The fork-truck rolled and severely injured...
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Senator Head Discusses Senate Crime Bills Passes through Committee

February 4, 2015
Senator Head Discusses Senate Crime Bills Passes through Committee

When a community is threatened by violent crime, it isn’t just the direct victims who suffer.   Families, schools, the economy and the entire area’s quality of life are also harmed. State Senator Randy Head said, “As your state senator, it’s my job to pass laws that will provide our police officers and courts the...
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Basketball Homecoming Friday Night at PHS

February 4, 2015
Basketball Homecoming Friday Night at PHS

Many of us remember the tradition and excitement of our high school Homecoming.  Since back in the day it has extended from the football season into the basketball season too. This Friday night will be the 2015 Winter Homecoming festivities during the JV and Varsity basketball games as the Plymouth Pilgrims take on the...
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LJH to Offer PLTW Classes

February 4, 2015
LJH to Offer PLTW Classes

Offering challenging classes that keep students engaged continues to be among the priorities for the Plymouth Schools. During a meeting on February 3, School Board members reviewed the details of two new classes that will be offered at Lincoln Junior High starting with the 2015-2016 school year. Following the meeting, LJH Principal Reid Gault,...
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Culver to Make Up Monday Snow Day this Friday

February 4, 2015
Culver to Make Up Monday Snow Day this Friday

Dr. Vicki McGuire, Superintendent of the Culver Community School Corporation has announced the make-up day for Monday, February 2nd’s cancellation.  Students in the Culver school system will attend school this Friday, February 6th.  Originally scheduled as a day off for students so teachers could attend the professional day everyone will be in class this...
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Cancellations and Postponements

February 4, 2015
Cancellations and Postponements

All of the Open Houses that were scheduled for tonight through the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative CTE and Vocational Courses have been CANCELLED due to the weather. Mr. Gurrardo from the SCILL Center in Knox will be in the Guidance Office during SRT on Thursday, February 5th to present information about the Auto...
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Marshall County and area Counties have Winter Weather Advisory

February 4, 2015
Marshall County and area Counties have Winter Weather Advisory

A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect at noon today lasting until 7 o’clock tonight. The National Weather Service in northern Indiana has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow.  Marshall County can expect snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts possible.  Snow may be briefly heavy at times...
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Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor Sign Violation Tabled

February 4, 2015
Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor Sign Violation Tabled

Jon Webster from Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor at 309 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth will have a couple of months to work with other tenants in his building to propose a new sign. Webster put in a lighted sign without applying for a permit and placing a sign that is taller than standards, sits...
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Plymouth Schools Approve 2015-2016 Balanced Calendar

February 4, 2015
Plymouth Schools Approve 2015-2016 Balanced Calendar

The Plymouth Schools will move to a balanced calendar for the 2015-2016 school year. The Plymouth School Board had approved going to the new calendar late in 2014, but the particulars of how the calendar would look was extended to the February meeting. Administrators have shared their belief that changing to a balanced calendar...
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