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Bremen Police Activity Report for 4/3 – 4/9

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April 10, 2015
Bremen Police Activity Report for 4/3 – 4/9

Matt Hassel, Chief of the Bremen Police Department released the activity report for April 3rd through April 9th. Bremen officers issued a total of 51 traffic warnings and 30 traffic citations.  Officers responded to 500 South Montgomery on April 4th for a property damage accident. On April 5th officer’s responded to US 6 and State Road...
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“Hello Dolly!” to be Maxinkuckee Player’s 2015 Summer Production

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April 10, 2015
“Hello Dolly!” to be Maxinkuckee Player’s 2015 Summer Production

One of the greatest musicals ever written, Hello, Dolly! brings to life the tale of Dolly Levi and celebrates the search for love. In a bold new production, the Maxinkuckee Players will be performing Hello, Dolly!  this summer.  Playing matchmaker for herself this time, Dolly woos the impervious Mr. Horace Vandergelder, while also finding mates for...
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WASHINGTON DISCOVERY ACADEMY IS IN THE RUNNING FOR A SEEDS OF CHANGE® GRANT AND NEEDS COMMUNITY TO GET OUT THE VOTE

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April 10, 2015
WASHINGTON DISCOVERY ACADEMY IS IN THE RUNNING	FOR	A	SEEDS	OF	CHANGE®	GRANT AND NEEDS COMMUNITY TO GET OUT THE VOTE

Washington Discovery Academy in Plymouth has entered the Seeds of Change® Grant Program for an opportunity to win one of two $20,000, five $10,000 grants or ten $1,000 grants and is asking the community to get out and vote for their application. The Grant Program aims to enhance the environmental, economic and social wellbeing...
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PSAT Scores Discussed at Plymouth School Board

April 10, 2015
PSAT Scores Discussed at Plymouth School Board

During a regular meeting on April 7, the Plymouth School Board heard the annual report on the Plymouth High School PSAT scores by Jim Condon, principal of PHS, and Aimee Portteus, director of guidance. The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT /National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is a standardized test administered by the College Board throughout the...
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M.C. Democratic Meet and Greet Saturday

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April 10, 2015
M.C. Democratic Meet and Greet Saturday

Jim Smart,Marshall County Democrat Chairman reminds citizens of the meet and greet event this Saturday April, 11th from 2 to 4 at Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor.  This is an opportunity to meet candidates for the 2015 Primary Election. Democratic candidates include Tony Gamble – Candidate for Mayor, Rex Crump – Candidate for Mayor, Shiloh Fonseca...
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Variance for Pole Sign at 309 East Jefferson Street

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April 10, 2015
Variance for Pole Sign at 309 East Jefferson Street

Mooney’s Ice Cream Parlor, American Family Insurance and Quality Optical at 309 East Jefferson Street in Plymouth will have a new sign in the next 60 days and the signs currently in violation will be gone. Tuesday evening members of the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals heard the request of Michelle Roberts, property manager...
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2nd Annual Marshall County Kid’s EXPo – Saturday, April 11th!

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April 10, 2015

Kids will be the special guests along with the community at the 2nd annual Marshall County Kids Expo this Saturday, April 11 from 10-1 at the Boys and Girls Club in Plymouth. What will you find at this Expo ?  Answers to the question, what is there to do for kids and families in Marshall County...
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Tickets Available for Marshall County Historical Society Annual Dinner

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April 10, 2015
Tickets Available for Marshall County Historical Society Annual Dinner

Tickets to the Marshall County Historical Society Annual Dinner on Tuesday, May 12 at 6 PM at Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth are on sale at the Marshall County Museum.  This year the dinner features award-winning actor and storyteller, Jeff Kuehl, who will be portraying legendary Hoosier hero, Carl Fisher.  Fisher, an entrepreneurial promotional genius and...
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Centennial Farm Award Presented to Bremen Family

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April 10, 2015
Centennial Farm Award Presented to Bremen Family

Evelyn Huff Koontz received a Centennial Farm Award for her 40 acre farm near Bremen.   Her son, Kendall, (left with sign,) lives on the farm that has been in the family for over 100 years starting with George Marburger in 1910. The farm passed from George to his daughter Louisa Huff and then to...
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Elementary PBL Summit at WDA & WSOI

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April 9, 2015

Washington Discovery Academy and Weidner School Of Inquiry hosted the New Tech Elementary Project Based Learning summit on Thursday.  Sixty-five teachers and administrators from as far away as Texas spent the day exploring the concepts of teaching PBL. The summit began with visitors walking through the kindergarten through fourth grade classrooms at their leisure.  Students in...
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