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Plymouth Schools Continue Investigation on Sub Stanley Kendall

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October 21, 2014
Plymouth Schools Continue Investigation on Sub Stanley Kendall

The Plymouth School system is actively looking at policies and procedures of background information collection on all hires for the corporation. A substitute teacher that had been approved for hire at the October 7 school board meeting was terminated after an Argos resident recognized Stanley Kendall’s picture from the NBC TV Show “Dateline” To...
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Halloween Activities Start this Weekend…

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October 21, 2014
Halloween Activities Start this Weekend…

Halloween is next week, but Plymouth will begin celebrating this week. This Friday, October 23rd, the Plymouth Park Department will hold their annual Haunted Grounds in Centennial Park from 6 to 8 p.m. There are lots of activities including games, candy, pumpkins, hot chocolate, popcorn, straw maze and a haunted hay ride. Everything is...
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Senior Expo at PHS this Thursday

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October 21, 2014
Senior Expo at PHS this Thursday

There is a new date and a new location for this year’s Senior Expo. It will be held this Thursday, October 23rd at Plymouth High School from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Although it’s a different day and place, everything else is the same…free food, free screenings and free entertainment. There are 60 some...
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Miller’s Senior to Hand out Candy Saturday Thanks to Kiwanis Club

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October 21, 2014
Miller’s Senior to Hand out Candy Saturday Thanks to Kiwanis Club

Plymouth Kiwanis Club donated candy to Miller’s Assisted Living for their annual Community Trick or Treat which will take place this Saturday, October 25th from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The Kiwanis organization has been dedicated to helping children since 1915. Kiwanis president Rodney Jacobs stated, “We are dedicated to helping the children in...
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Vote for Your Top 3 Scarecrows Today

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October 21, 2014
Vote for Your Top 3 Scarecrows Today

Participants in the 2014 Scarecrow Contest sponsored by WTCA FM 106.1 and AM 105 and the Pilot News have gotten very creative in this second year. Voting is currently underway this week through 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 25th and voting is so easy. You can grab a ballot to vote for your three...
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Jefferson Street Bridge Apron Project Moving Forward

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October 21, 2014
Jefferson Street Bridge Apron Project Moving Forward

The Marshall County Commissioners received good news on the Jefferson Street Bridge project. Jason Peters, Supervisor of the County Highway Department spoke with representative of Beer and Slabaugh, the contractor hired to make emergency repairs to the aprons of the bridge after a severe erosion issue was discovered in September. Although the exact cause...
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Nov. 4th School Board to Consider Superintendent’s Contract

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October 21, 2014
Nov. 4th School Board to Consider Superintendent’s Contract

The Plymouth School Board will hold a public hearing concerning the contract of the Superintendent prior to the regular meeting on November 4. Patrons will be allowed to give testimony during the hearing scheduled for 6:30 P.M. in the Board Room located at 611 Berkley St. The Board released a summary of the proposed...
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Rise N Roll Donut Fundraiser Saturday

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October 21, 2014
Rise N Roll Donut Fundraiser Saturday

Calvary Lutheran Preschool in Plymouth will be selling the famous… Rise N Roll Donuts this Saturday, October 25th from 8 until 11 a.m. or until they are sold out. The donuts will be sold in downtown Plymouth by Na Rie Gift Shop. All proceeds from the Rise N Roll Donut sales will go for...
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Knox Man Arrested after Saturday Morning Crash

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October 21, 2014
Knox Man Arrested after Saturday Morning Crash

Saturday morning about 12:30 County Police Officers Jonathon Bryant and Les McFarland responded to a personal injury accident at Union and 5th Roads. During the investigation of the crash it was discovered that one of the drivers, 44 year old Raymond Higdon of Knox was operating a pick-up truck on a suspended driver’s license...
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3B Road Vacation Granted during Commissioners Meeting

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October 21, 2014
3B Road Vacation Granted during Commissioners Meeting

With very little comment during Monday’s public hearing at the Commissioner’s meeting the request to vacate an unimproved portion of 3B Road between Olive and Quince was granted. This issue has been before the commissioners for several months. Beth and Dan Cashen want to build a home on property they own and have been...
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