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Redevelopment Commission Questions Handrail Installation

February 29, 2012
Redevelopment Commission Questions Handrail Installation

03/01/12 Last month members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission heard concerns about the recently installed handrails along the west side of the Oak Drive Improvement project.  The project which widened the roadway to 5 lanes, added curb and gutters and sidewalks and was federally funded with matching funds from the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission.  Mayor...
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Principal for a Day in Plymouth Schools

February 29, 2012
Principal for a Day in Plymouth Schools

03/01/12 The Plymouth Community School Corporation announces the 11th Annual Principal for a Day celebration. It will take place on Friday, March 2, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  Eleven area men and women will shadow eleven principals and assistant principals in the Plymouth Community School Corporation. The press is invited to go...
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Fundraiser Planned for Operation Quiet Comfort

February 29, 2012
Fundraiser Planned for Operation Quiet Comfort

03/01/12 Operation Quiet Comfort is hosting a fundraising dinner and auction to celebrate and support our troops on Thursday, April 19th at Memories Reception Hall located at 401 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth. Operation Quiet comfort was established in July 2004 for the purpose of honoring and comforting members of the US Armed Forces...
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City Board Awards Quotes for Vehicles

February 29, 2012
City Board Awards Quotes for Vehicles

03/01/12 Quotes were awarded for two vehicles during the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting this week.   Country Auto had the low quote of $22,995 for the Building Commissioners vehicle and they also had the lowest quote for a police cruiser.  The Dodge Charger was $1,885 lower than the Ford bid.  Board...
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Heartland Artists Offer Classes for Spring Break

February 29, 2012
Heartland Artists Offer Classes for Spring Break

 03/01/12  Heartland Artist in downtown Plymouth is offering a fun event for elementary age students during spring break. If your child loves to draw or paint or wants to learn these skills, the Heartland Artist Gallery is excited to have them. On Wednesday, March 28th from 1:00pm-3:00pm your child will be focusing on drawing,...
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Argos Senior Project is Book Swap this Friday

February 29, 2012
Argos Senior Project is Book Swap this Friday

  03/01/12 On Friday, March 2nd, Argos High Senior Hannah Daugherty will be hosting a Book Swap for her senior project which is about the importance of literacy. The swap will take place in the Argos High School Library for anyone who would like to trade their used books. Please bring in used books...
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Youth Orchestra Members Compete at ISSMA Contest

February 29, 2012
Youth Orchestra Members Compete at ISSMA Contest

   03/01/12 For the first time ever, the Plymouth Community Youth Orchestra was represented at the ISSMA strings music contest and they earned Gold medals at State! The chamber quartet comprised of 8th graders Sarah Tanner and Karly Gruett on violin, 6th grader Leah Smith on viola and 8th grader cellist Keaton Espich worked...
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State of the City: A Brighter Spot on the Map

February 28, 2012
State of the City: A Brighter Spot on the Map

        02/29/12 Mayor Mark Senter presented his State of the City address Monday evening during the Common Council meeting.  He started out thanking the “great employees of Plymouth” noting the outstanding jobs they do.  Senter also commented on the department heads saying they “are beyond reproach and enthusiastically go out of the way to...
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PHS Student Improving, Moved from ICU

February 28, 2012
PHS Student Improving, Moved from ICU

     02/29/12 Austin Schoof, the 18 year old Plymouth High School student who was struck by a vehicle on Michigan Road February 17, has been removed from ICU at Memorial Hospital, South Bend. Austin’s mom, Kathy Jo Schoof said, “Austin is making huge strides considering the damage that has been done.” She said that...
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County Police Arrest Robin Smith After Roll-over Accident for OWI

February 28, 2012
County Police Arrest Robin Smith After Roll-over Accident for OWI

02/29/12  On Saturday, February 25th around 8:30 a.m. the Marshall County Dispatch Center was advised of a single vehicle rollover collision on Muckshaw Road just south of Nutmeg Ridge Drive.  While responding to the scene it was reported by a bystander that the male driver appeared to be intoxicated.  During the investigation it was...
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