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Affects of IREAD-3 in Plymouth Schools

July 15, 2014
Affects of IREAD-3 in Plymouth Schools

Hoosier third graders, who failed to pass the required IREAD-3 (Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination) assessment that was administered in the spring of this year, were given a chance to receive remediation in summer school and a second opportunity to pass the test. The State chose to test third graders for the IREAD-3 testing...
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Arests by City Officers

July 15, 2014
Arests by City Officers

07/16/14 On Thursday, July 10th at 10:55 P.M. Officer Stewart Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart in reference to two adult female shoplifters. Officer Krynock located and arrested 18 year old Jeannie M. Spear and 18 year old Haley A. Traski both of Plymouth for theft. Both women were transported to...
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Milestone Reached on Development of Shell Building in Plymouth

July 15, 2014
Milestone Reached on Development of Shell Building in Plymouth

The City of Plymouth has reached a milestone in the development of a new 45,000 square foot shell building with the erection of three of the massive concrete panels, or exterior walls, of the building. Heavy construction cranes can now be seen from U.S. 30 located less than a half mile to the south....
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Plymouth Schools Hire PR/Marketing Coordinator

July 15, 2014
Plymouth Schools Hire PR/Marketing Coordinator

Plymouth Schools newly hired PR/Marketing Coordinator, Judi Lykowski, will have to maintain a fast pace to keep up with all the events and happenings taking place in the seven schools in the corporation. But after juggling broadcasting assignments for over a decade and a half, it will be second nature to her. Lykowski will...
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June Activity Report for Plymouth Police

July 15, 2014
June Activity Report for Plymouth Police

Plymouth Police Chief Dave Bacon presented the June 2014 Activity report during Monday night’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Last month his staff answered 802 calls for information, conducted 339 traffic stops, handled 226 complaints, and issued 209 citations. Plymouth Police responded to 173 9-1-1 calls, wrote 107 case reports, responded to...
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Pancakes & Sausage at Farmers’ Market

July 15, 2014
Pancakes & Sausage at Farmers’ Market

The Plymouth Optimist Club will host a Pancake and Sausage Breakfast this Saturday during the Farmers’ Market in River Park Square. Breakfast will be served from 7 to 11 and tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children 6 to 12. You may purchase tickets at the Farmers’ Market or from any Optimist...
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Tuesday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

July 15, 2014
Tuesday’s Water Main Flushing Schedule

Flushing on Tuesday will start on Webster St. and head west to Miner, William, Louisa, S. Michigan, Dickson,Thayer, Pearl, Conger, Gilmore, Fife, Douglas, and Pierce Streets.  If you experience brown water run the cold water for 5 to 10 minutes to clear your line.  If you continue to have problems contact the Plymouth Water...
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Restrictions This Week on SR 331, Between Mishawaka and Bremen

July 15, 2014
Restrictions This Week on SR 331, Between Mishawaka and Bremen

07/15/14 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces lane restrictions on sections of State Road 331, between Mishawaka and Bremen, beginning tomorrow, July 15th through Friday, July 18th, weather permitting. Crews will be resurfacing sections of the roadway, working from south to north on State Road 331. Each section of work (detailed below) will...
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Bremen Police Arrest Warsaw Man for Cocaine

July 14, 2014
Bremen Police Arrest Warsaw Man for Cocaine

On Saturday, July 12 about 4:00 p.m. Sgt. Trent Stouder of the Bremen Police Department made a traffic stop at Dogwood Road south of US 6 on a vehicle for an equipment violation. The driver was 49 year old Edward Cochran of Warsaw. During the investigation the Bremen Police Departments K-9 detected drugs in...
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Time to Think about School Immunization Requirements

July 14, 2014
Time to Think about School Immunization Requirements

07/15/14 With school start dates only a month away for most Marshall County students, parents /guardians may need to make arrangements soon for needed physicals and immunizations. Both Plymouth and Triton Schools will start on August 13, Argos Schools on August 14, and Bremen Schools on August 18. Marshall County Public Health Nurse, Susan...
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