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Open House at Riverside Intermediate School

August 10, 2011
Open House at Riverside Intermediate School

08/11/11 Donna Burroughs, Principal for Riverside Intermediate School announced their annual Ice Cream Social and Open House.  Riverside Intermediate School at 905 East Baker Street in Plymouth will host their annual Ice Cream Social and Open House on Thursday, August 11th, from 6:30P.M. to 7:30 P.M.   This social is free and open to all...
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Public In-Put Sought on River Park Square

August 10, 2011
Public In-Put Sought on River Park Square

08/11/11 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and Plymouth Park & Recreation Board, in consultation with The Troyer Group, have organized a public meeting to discuss the master plan for River Park Square.  The meeting will be held at the Webster Recreation Center on Wednesday, August 17th beginning at 6 p.m. During the meeting, those in...
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Local 4-H Member Danced at State Fair

August 10, 2011
Local 4-H Member Danced at State Fair

ann08/11/11 Annie Keller, a 2 year member of the Green Acres 4-H club danced at the Indiana State Fair on August 5th.  Annie had won the local Share-The-Fun contest back in April with a tap dance number to Good Morning from “Singing in the Rain”.  She went on to receive 1st place at the...
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ACMC Meeting Saturday

August 10, 2011
ACMC Meeting Saturday

08/11/11 The August meeting of the Arts Council of Marshall County (ACMA) is this Saturday, August 13.  The meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Heartland Artists Gallery on Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth.  The organization will be organizing their work for the future, especially “Art Beat” in South Bend on August 27th. All...
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Charbonneau to co-chair Regional Panel on U.S.-Canadian Trade, Border Policies

August 10, 2011
Charbonneau to co-chair Regional Panel on U.S.-Canadian Trade, Border Policies

08/11/11 State Senator Ed Charbonneau is now co-vice chair of a regional panel of provincial and state legislators tasked with examining U.S.-Canadian trade and border security efforts. Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso) was recently appointed by the Council of State Governments as an officer of the Midwestern Legislative Conference Midwest-Canada Relations Committee. In his post, he will...
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Aviation Board Looks at New Sign Proposal from Vanadco

August 10, 2011

09/11/11 Chad Bailey of Vanadco Signs presented a revised design for signage at Tuesday night’s Board of Aviation meeting.  The board plans to erect a new sign some 75 feet off of Michigan Street to help identify the airport. Vanadco had originally proposed a sign that required approval from the FFA (Federal Aviation Administration...
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State Road 331 To Close Near Tippecanoe

August 10, 2011
State Road 331 To Close Near Tippecanoe

08/11/11 The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close State Road 331, just south of Illion Street for repairs to the Norfolk Southern Railroad crossing. The closure will begin Monday, August 15 and the work is expected to be completed by the end of the day on Saturday, August 20; however, the work schedule...
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Aviation Board Awards Contract to Side Terminal Building

August 10, 2011
Aviation Board Awards Contract to Side Terminal Building

08/11/11 On Tuesday night, the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners awarded a bid for the re-siding of the terminal building. The project is just one on a long list of improvements that are being made at the airport. The bid was awarded to Johnson Builders of Knox. According to the commissioners, Johnson had the...
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INDIANA SMOKING RATES HAVE DROPPED

August 10, 2011
INDIANA SMOKING RATES HAVE DROPPED

08/11/11 Less does mean more for Indiana in regards to smoking.  For the second consecutive year, the smoking rate for Hoosier adults is getting lower, which means more are getting healthier.  According to new data from the 2010 Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), the smoking rate in Indiana has decreased by 23 percent...
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New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

August 9, 2011
New Oak Hill Cemetary to Open New Addition and offer a Columbarium

8/10/11 The Plymouth Common Council approved ordinance 2011-2023 on second and third reading Monday night that will allow for the inclusion of the Gracelawn addition to the New Oak Hill Cemetery. There are 864 grave spaces in the addition that will be located to the west and south of the office and Chapel.   The...
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