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Plymouth Schools add Information Literacy Assistants

July 18, 2011
Plymouth Schools add Information Literacy Assistants

07/19/11 School librarians have been helping students locate information from printed material for centuries.  For the past decade or so, media sources began to change drastically, and library clerks became media clerks-working in newly coined “media centers”- as the availability of materials such as online and audio-visual resources were being offered along with the...
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Mar. Co. EMA Warns of Extreme Heat

July 18, 2011
Mar. Co. EMA Warns of Extreme Heat

07/19/11 July and August are typically the hottest months of the year in Northern Indiana, so taking adequate precautionary measures is necessary for both public, and personal health of the community.  Clyde Avery, Director of the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency would like to remind everyone to be prepared for the higher temperatures we...
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Church Orchestra Donates to Youth Orchestra

July 18, 2011
Church Orchestra Donates to Youth Orchestra

07/19/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra led by Don Harness was pleased to give a donation to the Plymouth Youth Orchestra at the July Concert in the Park Sunday at the Culver Park.  Gabriele Hill who leads the PYO gladly accepted the monetary donation on behalf of the entire PYO.   It is customary of...
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County Police Reports

July 17, 2011
County Police Reports

07/18/11 On Wednesday, July 13th at 10:00 a.m. Patrolman Brandon Cooper was southbound on US 31 in LaPaz when he noticed a vehicle driving erratically.  Cooper followed the vehicle and witnessed other driving infractions and stopped the vehicle on 1B Road just east of Maple Road.  During the investigation it was determined that the...
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ISTEP Scores for Area Schools

July 17, 2011
ISTEP Scores for Area Schools

07/18/11 Despite the fact that the ISTEP (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress) 2011 scores for the Union-North United School Corporation went up, administrators are not satisfied with the results. Corporation–wide, the scores from testing of grades 3-8 went from 70.8 percent passing to 72.4 percent in the combined English and Math data. A...
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Plymouth Police Make Arrests

July 17, 2011
Plymouth Police Make Arrests

07/18/11 On Wednesday July 14th Plymouth Police Department was contacted around 1:00 a.m. in reference to a suspicious male in the area of Jefferson and Beerenbrook Streets.  After Officer Jordan Rans conducted an investigation on the male identified as Ryan D. Bontrager 28, of Goshen.  Bontrager had an active warrant out of Elkhart County...
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Donnelly Raises $453,122 in Second Quarter; Reports $685,838 On Hand

July 15, 2011
Donnelly Raises $453,122 in Second Quarter; Reports $685,838 On Hand

07/18/11  Joe Donnelly raised $453,122.91 for his Senate campaign in the second quarter of 2011, the vast majority after declaring his candidacy on May 9th.  Donnelly also reported $685,838.06 in cash on hand, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission and posted on his campaign website today.   Senate candidates are required...
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Coupon Workshop at Miller’s

July 15, 2011
Coupon Workshop at Miller’s

07/18/11 The state of our economy at the present moment has hit everyone pretty hard.  Now more than ever Americans are searching for ways to economize.  For your convenience and education Renita Flickinger and Stan and Kim Clark will present a coupon workshop at Miller’s Senior Living Community on Tuesday, July 19 at 6:30...
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KENYON MIDGETS READY TO ROLL INTO PLYMOUTH SPEEDWAY

July 15, 2011
KENYON MIDGETS READY TO ROLL INTO PLYMOUTH SPEEDWAY

07/18/11 The Kenyon name is synonymous with auto racing and on July 22nd you will be able to witness the series the famous family has built from the ground up, Kenyon Midgets.  The Kenyon Midgets feature your traditional midget car chassis template but, Don Kenyon, Series owner and Champion chief mechanic, made a few...
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Indiana Police Warn, Driving Impaired Will Get You the Summertime Blues – And Reds

July 15, 2011
Indiana Police Warn, Driving Impaired Will Get You the Summertime Blues – And Reds

07/18/11 Drivers can expect to see more police on Indiana roadways in the next few weeks, as various law enforcement agencies across the state increase their impaired driving patrols through the end of the month. Through high-visibility enforcement activities such as saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints, police hope to reduce the number of deaths...
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