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Plymouth Schools Announce “One Stop Registration” in August

June 19, 2011
Plymouth Schools Announce “One Stop Registration” in August

06/20/11 Although the last school year just ended, the Plymouth Schools are already gearing up for the 2011-2012 school year. All registration for all schools within the system will once again be held at Plymouth High School (PHS) on August 3 and August 4. According to Superintendent Daniel Tyree, consolidating the registration at one...
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Miller’s Volunteer Shares Collection

June 19, 2011
Miller’s Volunteer Shares Collection

06/20/11 Makayla Wilson, eight year old great-granddaughter of Edythe Wilson recently shared a unique program with residents of Miller’s Senior Living Community.  Makayla collects rubber ducks. She began collecting them at the age of four.  At present she has 243 rubber ducks of all sizes, colors and themes. Makayla is a volunteer at Miller’s...
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Argos Students Reach Goal in Reading

June 19, 2011
Argos Students Reach Goal in Reading

06/20/11 Argos Schools Librarian Mary Jackson recently released the names of children who joined attained the grade level goals for the Book Clubs. Argos Elementary students completed the 100 Book Club challenge and were presented with their hand-designed T-shirts at the annual spring Awards Program. The shirts were designed by first grade teacher Jenny...
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HOOSIERS REMINDED TO BUY FIREWORKS FROM CERTIFIED VENDORS ONLY

June 19, 2011
HOOSIERS REMINDED TO BUY FIREWORKS FROM CERTIFIED VENDORS ONLY

06/20/11  The Indiana State Fire Marshal is reminding everyone who purchases fireworks in Indiana to make sure they only patronize those retailers that have a certificate of compliance from the state indicating that they are authorized to sell consumer fireworks and that the facility has been inspected for safety. The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s...
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16th Annual Ancilla College Golf Tournament Tees Off

June 17, 2011
16th Annual Ancilla College Golf Tournament Tees Off

06/20/11 The 16th annual Ancilla College Golf Tournament teed off on Monday at the Plymouth Country Club, with 40 teams taking part in the festivities to help raise money for the school. The tournament, which followed a four-person Florida scramble format, raised nearly $21,000 for the Annual Fund.  Funds received are pledged to support...
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Lady Pilgrims Basketball Camp starts 6/20. Sign up today!

June 17, 2011
Lady Pilgrims Basketball Camp starts 6/20.  Sign up today!

The Lady Pilgrims Basketball program will host a basketball camp starting 6/20. CLICK HERE for Details:   Plymouth Girls Basketball Camp
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Latino Festival Saturday

June 17, 2011
Latino Festival Saturday

06/17/11  Just to remind you that tomorrow, Saturday June 18th is the 10th Annual Latino Festival. This is Heart and Hands’ main funding raising event of the year. Join the fun between noon and 11:00 PM at the Young’s Amphitheater, at the intersection of Baker and Randolph Streets in Plymouth. This is a family...
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City to Receive Recycling Toters in July

June 16, 2011
City to Receive Recycling Toters in July

06/17/11 Members of the Plymouth Common Council were notified this week that Republic Services (Key Waste Services) will be starting to pass out 96 gallon toter carts on Tuesday, July 5th to all current city customers.  These recycling carts will be blue with a green lid that says recycling on the lid.  Key Waste...
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Holmes to Serve as Full-Time Prosecutor

June 16, 2011
Holmes to Serve as Full-Time Prosecutor

06/17/11 David R. Holmes, Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney, announced Thursday that he has filed notice of his intention to serve in his position full time effective January 1, 2012.  Holmes stated that he had already closed his private practice law office at 519 North Walnut Street in Plymouth and would be closing his Bremen...
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DONNELLY REINTRODUCES BILL TO ENCOURAGE PURCHASE OF AMERICAN HYBRID VEHICLES

June 16, 2011
DONNELLY REINTRODUCES BILL TO ENCOURAGE PURCHASE OF AMERICAN HYBRID VEHICLES

06/17/11 Thursday, Congressman Joe Donnelly reintroduced his bipartisan legislation, The Municipal Fleet Modernization Act, with Michigan Congressman Thad McCotter.  The Municipal Fleet Modernization Act would require that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) update its High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) exception list annually so local governments have a larger domestic selection of eligible energy-efficient vehicles...
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