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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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IDEM Granted Pioneer Seed Controlled Burn Permit

April 15, 2014
IDEM Granted Pioneer Seed Controlled Burn Permit

 04/15/14 All that smoke in the sky out near Wal-Mart on Friday was from a controlled burn. Pioneer Hi-Bred International at 2300 Pioneer Drive requested and was granted a controlled burn permit from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.  The burn was for the 31 acre Pioneer Wetland Restoration Site between the facility structures...
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Arrests by Officer Workman

April 14, 2014
Arrests by Officer Workman

  04/15/14  On Tuesday, April 8th at 11:26 A.M. the Marshall County Prosecutors Office contacted the Plymouth Police Department and told them 37 year old Robert Vandosen of Ohio in their lobby and wanted on an active warrant.  Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman responded to the Prosecutor’s Office and arrested Vandosen for Nonsupport of...
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Wednesday, April 16 is PHS Spring Open House & Innovation Fair

April 14, 2014
Wednesday, April 16 is PHS Spring Open House & Innovation Fair

04/15/14 The PHS Trimester III Open House is scheduled for this Wednesday, April 16.  Parent registration will begin at 5:45PM in the North  Lobby.  Participants should park in the North Parking Lot and enter through Door #5.   Beginning at 6:00PM in the Varsity Gym, PHS will hold our 1st Annual Innovation Fair.  Student...
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Arresst Warrants Served

April 14, 2014
Arresst Warrants Served

  04/15/14  On Friday, April 11th at 7:28 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop at Novelty and Center Streets on 44 year old Shawn Michael Hoogerhyde of Plymouth. During the traffic stop it was discovered that Hoogerhyde was Driving While Suspended with a prior charge.   He was taken to the...
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A Local Look at IDOE Teacher Evaluations

April 14, 2014
A Local Look at IDOE Teacher Evaluations

04/15/14 Results from the first year that the state required school corporations to perform evaluations of teachers and report to the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) appear positive. The IDOE released the report on the findings last week. The report indicates that 87 percent of Indiana teachers were rated either highly effective or effective....
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United Way to Hosts Campaign Celebration and Annual Meeting at Swan Lake

April 14, 2014
United Way to Hosts Campaign Celebration and Annual Meeting at Swan Lake

04/15/14 The United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) will host a Campaign Volunteer & Donor Recognition Event on Wednesday, April 23, at the Swan Lake Golf Resort from 5 to 9 p.m. This special event will honor those who proved “the Power of We” during a successful 2013 campaign and spotlight Project Lead The...
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