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Michigan Street to be Closed for Car Show Saturday

June 18, 2010
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06/18/10   The Mayor’s Office in Plymouth wants to remind citizens of a minor traffic interruption on Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth this Saturday. Last month the Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Charlie Campiti to t close a portion of Michigan Street in downtown for several hours this weekend.  Michigan...
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Pankcake Fundraiser at Farmers’ Market Saturday

June 18, 2010
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06/18/10 This week at the Plymouth Farmers’ Market the Plymouth Optimist Club will host a pancake and sausage breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m.  Funds raised will benefit the club’s charitable giving in Marshall County.   Fathers Day card making for the children will also be available along with health screenings by Saint Joseph...
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Plymouth Man Struck by Van at Center and Jefferson Streets

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 Friday afternoon at 2:55 Plymouth Police, Fire and EMS responded to the intersection of Center and West Jefferson Streets for the report of a pedestrian being struck by a vehicle.  The accident occurred when 73 year old Robert E. Dixon of Plymouth failed to yield the right of way to 53 year old...
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Mayor to Reinstitute Youth Council

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10  This week members of the Plymouth Common Council approved some amendments to a City ordinance from 1982 that pertains to the creation of a Youth Council. Mayor Mark Senter wants to rectify the Youth Council that has not been in existence for a number of years.   The purpose of the original Youth Council...
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The Countdown Begins fo the Start of the Kids BigRED3

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10 The most physically fit kids in the area will get to show off a little for fun, prizes and a good cause this weekend as Centennial Park hosts the fifth annual Kids BigRED3 triathlon. The event raises money for programs of the Plymouth Park Department and has fast become one of the most...
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Plymouth High School Announces Top Students

June 14, 2010
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06/14/10 Plymouth High School has named its 2010 valedictorian and salutatorian. They are Todd M. Vervynckt and Andy Langdon. Todd is the son of James and Laura Vervynckt. He holds a GPA of 12.269 on a 12-point scale. He is ranked number one in a class of 264. Todd has earned an Academic Honors diploma....
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YFC to Host Christian Band Wars

June 14, 2010
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06/14/10 Plymouth is known as the host of the historical Marshall County Blueberry Festival during the Labor Day Weekend.   There are many activities such as bike rides, craft booths to shop in and tons of vendors selling a wide variety of great tasting food.  To add a different flavor, Youth For Christ is planning...
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Lincoln Junior High to Get Laptop Computers For each Student

June 11, 2010
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6-11-10 The Plymouth School Board unanimously approved the purchase of laptop computers for student use at Lincoln Junior High for the upcoming school year. The Plymouth School system has had a goal for the last several years to incorporate one-to-one computing, project based learning, and virtual learning. The proposed integration of the student computers...
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Mayor(s) For A Day

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter turned over the reins of the city, so to speak, to twin sisters Karen Harvey and Sharon Grigsby. The two won the honorary titles after bidding at auctions for “Mayor for the Day” prizes. Harvey purchased hers at the “Dancing With the Stars” event and Grigsby won hers by...
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Plymouth Schools Infested With BUGS Winners

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10  The Plymouth School System was infested with BUGS recently thanks to the Plymouth Kiwanis group. Fourth graders at all four Plymouth elementary schools and St. Michael’s took part in the Kiwanis BUGS program. BUGS stands for Bringing Up Grades and local students enjoyed the fruits for their labors recently with BUGS parties at...
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PLYMOUTH KIWANIS AWARD $5,000 IN LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 The Plymouth Chapter of Kiwanis has awarded to five $1,000 scholarships to Plymouth High School and Argos seniors. Evelin Vargas plans on attending Ancilla College this fall and received the $1,000 Kiwanis Ancilla Memorial Scholarship. She plans to pursue a degree in teaching. The scholarship was established by Clarence Spuller who had perfect...
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City Council Approves $700,000 to Redevelopment Commission

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth City Council held a special meeting this week to consider a substantial loan to the Redevelopment Commission. City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the resolution authorizing a loan in the amount of $700,000 in support of the US 30 and Pioneer Drive/Pine Road TIF (tax incremental finance) District.  The resolution establishes the...
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Plymouth Board of Aviation May Seek Help With Repairs

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth Aviation Board members were prepared discuss how and when to coat the airport runway with a sealant, but advice from their consultant, Chris Snyder of Woolpert, Inc., has them seeking information on more extensive project. Snyder said after his visual inspection of the runway, they should consider a shift from a...
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12 Graduate 8th Grade at St. Michael School

June 10, 2010
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06/10/10 On Wednesday, June 2nd 8th grade students at the Saint Michael Catholic School in Plymouth graduated.  Following the celebratory mass in honor of the students accomplishments the 12 class members gathered on the front steps of Saint Michael Catholic Church on North Center Street for a photo op.  At the conclusion of the...
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Plymouth School Board To Meet on June 10

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth School Board will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on June 10 at 7:00 p.m. the meeting will be held in the Administration Board room on Berkley Street. Agenda items include a presentation from Lincoln Junior High on One-To One; alternative school report; 5-Star program report; and consideration of textbook fees for...
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Downtown Park area Dedicated to City Park during YRF

June 7, 2010
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06/07/10 Although the skies were not sunny on Saturday the 4th Annual Yellow River Festival proceeded with much anticipation.  Opening ceremonies for the day were very different from the previous ones and very special.  Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter officially turned the ground over from the City’s Redevelopment Commission to the Plymouth Park Department.  The...
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PHS Alumni Banquet Just a Part of a Future Plan

June 4, 2010
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06/04/10  Plymouth High School 1964 graduate, Jayne Lehman Heet, didn’t start attending PHS alumni banquets until she had been out of school for 25 years.  A friend then asked her to organize the banquet and she hasn’t stopped since. Every year Heet sends out mailings from her database to graduates who live out of...
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Architects Share Drawings of South Gateway Project

June 4, 2010
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06/04/10 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission recently received a update on the South Gateway Project by John Jackson of Ratio Architects. Jackson shared information and drawings depicting where they are with a design for the Dimmitt property.  He said, “We have been concentrating our energy and the funding on the east side of South Michigan...
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Busy Holiday Weekend for Plymouth Police

June 2, 2010
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06/02/10 It was a busy holiday weekend for the Plymouth Police Department.  On Friday, May 28th Corporal Joe Deisch conducted a traffic stop at Gibson and Roy Street at 3:50 a.m.  As a result of the traffic stop was the arrest of 19 year old John A Popi of West Washington Street.  Popi was...
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