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Plymouth School Board To Hold Budget Hearing

September 1, 2010
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09/01/10 The Plymouth School Board will meet for a regular session on August 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Administrative Board Room. A budget hearing is scheduled for the 2011 budgets. Agenda topics include a report on the School Safety Committee and a report on the elementary level ISTEP scores. The agenda indicates that...
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The Plymouth Optimist Club Hosts Blueberry Pancake Breakfast Sunday, September 5 at the Plymouth Airport

August 30, 2010
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08/30/10 The Optimist Club of Plymouth will host its annual Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, September 5, 2010 from 7:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Plymouth Airport to raise funds for charitable giving in Marshall County.  Advance tickets are $5.00 for adults; $3.00 for children (5 -12 years old); and children under 5...
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Plymouth Hosts a Regional Humor Speech Contest

August 27, 2010
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08/27/10 This Saturday at the Plymouth Public Library, the Wythougan Toastmasters will be hosting a regional Toastmasters International competition. Two local Toastmaster members, Rodney Jacobs and Annika Piazza will be participating and representing the Wythougan chapter at this year’s Area 13 Speech Contest. Toastmaster chapters throughout the northern Indiana region will be sending up...
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Volunteer Tees it Up and Raises $3,500 for Saint Joseph Health Center

August 27, 2010
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About 30 years ago, Marshall County’s Ginny Buchman fell in love with the game of golf. “That was a long time ago and I still play about the same,” Ginny laughed. “Not very good.” But her efforts a few weeks ago are the equivalent of a 350-yard drive right down the middle. In early...
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July Activity Report for Plymouth Fire and EMS

August 27, 2010
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Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker presented his July Activity Report to the Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening. There were 183 EMS and Fire alarms during the month of July.  There were 137 EMS calls, 22 medical assists, 7 dispatched and cancelled en route, 3 natural vegetation fires, 2 each: chemical release/reaction...
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Farmers’ Market in Downtown this Saturday

August 27, 2010
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The Plymouth Farmers’ Market has offered tastings throughout the summer depending on what’s in season.  Early on, it was strawberry shortcake with Janice Hurford’s Sunny Acre succulents in early May; blueberry shortcake in July; melon tasting and tomato tasting in August. Still to come is more cheese tasting as well as apples, some dipped...
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3rd Annual Shop With A Cop Road Run this Saturday

August 26, 2010
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The 3rd Annual Plymouth F.O.P. Lodge 195 Road Run is this Saturday, August 28th.  The motorcycle ride begins at the Young Amphitheater in Centennial Park with registration from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Entry fee is $10 for the driver and $10 for the passengers.  Participants will enjoy T-shirts, food, music, and door prizes....
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Plymouth Schools Realize Huge Savings in Utilities Costs

August 25, 2010
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The Plymouth School Corporation could be paying approximately $500,000 less for utilities for 2010 than in previous years. Superintendent Dan Tyree said they needed to find ways to cut the school’s budget when the state made major cuts to the schools general fund this year and last. Tyree gives much of the credit for...
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Plymouth School Board Hears Athletic Council Report

August 24, 2010
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The Plymouth Athletic Council’s yearly report (2009-2010 school year) to the Plymouth School Board on August 19 included a number of recommendations for renovations or repairs to the athletic facilities.   The goal of the council, chaired by Plymouth High School Principal Jim Condon, monitors, evaluates, and suggests changes to the athletic program through...
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City Council Passes 2011 Salary Ordinance with 0% Increase for All

August 24, 2010
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After much discussion the Plymouth Common Council passed the 2011 Salary Ordinances on third and final reading.  City attorney Nelson Chipman presented an amended ordinance that include the reduction of increase from the amended 2% salary increase to a 0% increase for city employees appointed department heads, and fire and police personnel.  As well,...
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