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Athletic Awards Presented during PHS Senior Awards

May 18, 2015
Athletic Awards Presented during PHS Senior Awards

Plymouth High School held their annual Senior Awards Ceremony Friday morning in the Varsity Gymnasium. Athletic Awards were the first item of business.  Mrs. Gwen Calvert and Mr. Tony Gamble presented the Athletic Booster Club Scholar Athlete Scholarships to Allie Wright and Kennedy Schnieders.  Each student received a $2,000 scholarship. The Kizer Athletic Awards...
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County Police Investigate Moped Accident, Two Injured

May 18, 2015
County Police Investigate Moped Accident, Two Injured

Marshall County Police Officer Robert Hafke is investigating a single vehicle accident that occurred Sunday evening at 8:30 on 20th Road west of Birch Road. The adult male operator of a moped traveling eastbound on 20th Road west of Birch Road struck a pothole in the roadway, lost control and crashed causing injury to...
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Commissioners Approve Change Order, Grant for Older Adults Transportation and New Software Provider for Assessor

May 18, 2015
Commissioners Approve Change Order, Grant for Older Adults Transportation and New Software Provider for Assessor

The Marshall County Commissioners approved change order number one for the wetland mitigation site for the 7th Road project during their meeting Monday.  The change order, in the amount of $7,963 was necessary to remove the buildup of thatch in the 6.4 acre site to allow the new seeding to be able to adhere...
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PHS Inducts 35 into National Honor Society

May 18, 2015
PHS Inducts 35 into National Honor Society

The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony was held on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. in the Plymouth High School auditorium. Thirty-five students were accepted into the PHS National Honor Society. NHS student president Jessica Stillson said, “It is definitely an honor, students need to have leadership, character, scholarship, and service in order to even be...
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Ladies’ Tea and Fashion Show Planned for May 24

May 18, 2015
Ladies’ Tea and Fashion Show Planned for May 24

If you’ve ever wanted to attend a High Tea at Downtown Abbey, be sure not to miss the Ladies’ Tea and Fashion Show on Sunday, May 24 at 2:00 PM in the Penske building at the Culver Woodcraft Camp. You’ve seen fashion week in New York, get ready for fashion weekend in Culver. The show will...
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Tidbits from Triton

May 18, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Students in sixth grade at Triton Elementary School wind down the year learning about electricity. Students pictured were experimenting with an Electromagnetic lab. Pictured: (back) Abby Viers (front) Jessica Soriano .   Jolene Howard (in the green) and Shannan Hepler (in the tan) from Lake City Bank in Warsaw visited Triton High School’s Business...
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BMV Announces Memorial Day Closure

May 18, 2015
BMV Announces Memorial Day Closure

Kent Abernathy, Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), announced today that all BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, May 23 through Monday, May 25 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. All branches will resume their regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, May 26. For a complete list of branch locations and hours, visit myBMV.com.
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CUTPL Closing Early on Tuesday, May 19

May 18, 2015
CUTPL Closing Early on Tuesday, May 19

Notice: The Culver-Union Township Public Library will be closed from 1 pm to 5 pm on Tuesday May 19 for in-staff training. The library hours that day will be: 9 am-1 pm open 1 pm-5 pm closed 5 pm-8 pm open
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Plymouth’s Bond Rating Upgraded to A+

May 18, 2015
Plymouth’s Bond Rating Upgraded to A+

Standard & Poor’s (S&P), one of the nation’s three leading bond-rating agencies, has upgraded the City of Plymouth’s bond rating from A to A+ based upon a “recent trend of strong financial performance.” The financial assessment comes as the city prepares for the refunding of sewage works revenue bonds and for the sale of...
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Each Vote in Municipal Primary Cost just over $6.00

May 18, 2015
Each Vote in Municipal Primary Cost just over $6.00

On Friday the Marshall County Election Board certified the Municipal Primary Election results in a meeting which was continued from May 4th.  There were no provisional votes or emergency ballots and the numbers stayed the same from election night. The cost for election, $4,357.00 was prepared and ready to be sent to the town...
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