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Republicans File for Primary at Court House

January 8, 2014
Republicans File for Primary at Court House

  01/09/14  Wednesday was the first day to file for candidacy for the Democratic or Republican party primaries that will be held on Tuesday, May 6th.    There are a number of county offices up for election this year including the Circuit Court Judge, Superior Court II Judge, Prosecutor, Clerk of the Courts, Auditor,...
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Underground Utility Locates Slowing Metronet Conduit Project

January 8, 2014
Underground Utility Locates Slowing Metronet Conduit Project

The County’s Metronet project is moving faster than the utility marking company. During Monday’s Commissioner meeting Bart Trester, project supervisor from USI said USIC, one of the leading underground locater companies hasn’t been able to stay ahead of the crew making underground utilities for the conduit instillation project. The crew is placing 3,000 to...
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City Council Considers Amendments to Tree & Shrub Ordinance

January 8, 2014
City Council Considers Amendments to Tree & Shrub Ordinance

01/09/13 Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented ordinance 2014-2072, an ordinance to amend the code of ordinances of the City of Plymouth concerning trees and shrubs as recommended by the Urban Forestry and Flower Committee.  Over the past year, dedicated and engaged members of the city’s Urban Forestry and Flower Committee have been reviewing...
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Downtown Redevelopment Members Updated on River Park Square

January 8, 2014
Downtown Redevelopment Members Updated on River Park Square

    01/09/14  Members of the Downtown Revitalization Committee are looking for their next project.  Wednesday evening they were updated on their current project which is nearly complete, River Park Square. City Attorney Sean Surrisi said the lighted sign was installed and completed about two weeks ago.  He indicated work on the pavers at...
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Commissioner’s Meeting Postponed Until Friday

January 8, 2014
Commissioner’s Meeting Postponed Until Friday

  01/09/14 Due to the recent snowstorm, the Marshall County Commissioners postponed their first meeting of the new year from Monday this week until Friday, January 10th at 1 p.m. in their meeting room on the second floor of the County Building. Agenda for the meeting includes the reorganization with the election of officers...
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Tri-Way will open three screens in the coming year

January 8, 2014
Tri-Way will open three screens in the coming year

  01/09/14 An area land mark will continue business as usual…as soon as the snow melts that is. Dave Kinney of the Tri-Way Drive In Theatre had the task of finding a way to keep the movie mecca alive. With four outdoor screens on Michigan Road north of Plymouth the digital age had hit...
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Tri-Star Basketball Contest on January 19th

January 8, 2014
Tri-Star Basketball Contest on January 19th

  01/09/14 The Plymouth Optimist Club will be hosting their annual Tri-Star Basketball Contest on Sunday, January 19th at the Plymouth High School multi-purpose room.  Participants should enter through the doors on the north end of the school. Tri-Star, once known as the dribble, pass and shoot contest in an Optimist International sponsored event. ...
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PHS FRESHMEN ORIENTATION & PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES

January 8, 2014
PHS FRESHMEN ORIENTATION & PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES

  01/09/14 On January 15, 2014, Plymouth High School will hold a Freshmen Orientation Program for current eighth graders and opportunities for the parents of current high school students to conference with teachers. The Freshmen Orientation meeting is designed to create a smooth transition from junior high to high school. At 6:00 parents/students will...
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Triton Students Learn with “Smart Table”

January 8, 2014
Triton Students Learn with “Smart Table”

01/09/14 Triton Elementary School has added a “Smart Table” to its technology resources.   Mrs. Phenix recently gave it a run in her second grade classroom. Students are putting it to good use in a variety of subject areas.   The Triton teachers will also be introduced to Smart Exchange where teachers can download...
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Plymouth School Board Re-organizes

January 8, 2014
Plymouth School Board Re-organizes

  01/09/14 During the Jan. 7, 2014 Plymouth School Board meeting, the five members voted to retain the same officers that were in place in 2013. Continuing as President is Todd Samuelson; Vice-President, Larry Holloway; and Secretary, Melissa Christiansen. Samuelson was re-appointed as the legislative liaison. Christiansen and Gary Cook will serve on the...
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