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BUGS ARE GOOD FOR STUDENTS

06/13/11  Teachers and administrators in the Plymouth and Argos school system agree, BUGS are good for kids and their grades. BUGS, stands for Brining Up Grades and is a program sponsored by the Plymouth Kiwanis group in all the fourth ... Read more...

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Hendrix Resigns from Neighborhood Center

06/13/11  The Marshall County Neighborhood Center announced this week that they have accepted the resignation of the Executive Director, Sarah Hendrix, after being with the center for two years. During the last two years, the center has ... Read more...

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Union North School Board Approves Pay Raises

06/13/11  The Union-North School Board voted unanimously in approval of pay raises for certified, non-certified and building administers for the 2011-2012 school year. Certified staff will receive an approximately two percent increase. ... Read more...

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Fishburn Named to Dean’s List

06/13/11  Mark Adam Fishburn, formerly of Argos, was named to the spring 2011 Dean’s List at Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. He is a second year student pursuing a degree in Computer ... Read more...

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Sign Ups for Senior Classis Games Underway

06/13/11 Gina Young, Recreation Director for the Plymouth Park Department and Anna Corbett of Miller’s Senior Living Community have announced the second annual Senior Classic Games.  The games are open to any man or woman who are 50 ... Read more...

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Argos Jr. Sr. High Honor Roll

06/13/11  The Argos Junior – Senior High School Guidance Department  recently released  the Honor Roll for the last grading period and 2nd semester. 6th Grading Period High Honor Roll Grade 7: Jessica Detwiler Grade 8: Melissa Golden, ... Read more...

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Second Friday Event in Downtown Plymouth

06/10/11 This Friday, children of all ages will have the opportunity to learn about Marshall County agriculture and plant their own vegetables or flowers. Plymouth’s Second Friday festivities will include a presentation and planting ... Read more...

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Ripley ELected Demo Party Chairman

6/10/11  On Wednesday night the Marshall County Democratic Party unanimously elected Ryan Ripley to serve as the new chairman of the party.  In April of this year, former party chairman Larry Balmer resigned to commit more time to his ... Read more...

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Union Road House Destroyed by Fire

06/10/11 Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker released a few details on a house fire early Thursday morning.  Firefighters responded to a house fire early yesterday morning at 4:19 a.m. at 12555 Union Road.  When fire crews arrived the ... Read more...

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Community Resource Center Ground Breaking Scheduled for Next Wednesday

06/10/11 Jerry Nikitas and Pastor Ronald Liechty, members of the “T-squared Initiative” were bursting with excitement this week as they announced ground breaking ceremonies for the Marshall County Community Resource Center. Years in ... Read more...

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PHS Class of 1976 Needs Information for 35th Reunion

06/10/11 The Plymouth High School Class of 1976 is having their 35th reunion on Saturday, August 6th at Opie’s Deli, The Office and The Alley in downtown Plymouth.  They are having trouble finding some of their classmates.  If you have ... Read more...

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ARGOS Jr-Sr. High School SENIOR AWARDS

06/10/11 Argos High School presented Senior Awards and Scholarships last week to graduating students.  The following is a listing of all awards and scholarships. Front row (left to right): Phillip Walters, enlisted with Armed Services, ... Read more...

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P-Town Cruz’n Car Show this Saturday in Downtown

06/10/11 It’s that time again…this Saturday is the 2nd Annual P-Town Cruz’ n Car Show. Three blocks of downtown Plymouth will once again be blocked off and be lined with vehicles of interest.  The downtown shops will be open and ... Read more...

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Hoots and Howls at Saturday’s Farmers’ Market

06/10/11 The Plymouth Farmers’ Market (PFM) will feature a presentation by Kim Hoover of Hoots to Howls Wildlife Rehab at 10 a.m. She has been a regular annual feature with a variety of rescued wildlife on hand. If the strawberry season ... Read more...

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State Road 331 (Elm Road) To Close At Ireland Road

06/10/11  The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will close State Road 331 (Elm Road/Capital Avenue) near the intersection of Ireland Road beginning Monday, June 13 so crews can install a large drainage structure under the ... Read more...

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Hellinga and Gunkel Take Features at Plymouth Speedway’s Triple Threat

06/10/11  This past Sunday the Plymouth Speedway played host to the first Triple Threat event for the street stocks and front wheel drive divisions. The weather was beautiful and sunny. The afternoon started with qualifying. Setting the ... Read more...

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New Students Attend Ancilla College Orientation

06/10/  Ancilla College hosted 24 students and their families on Tuesday during its New Student Orientation. Held on the grounds of the Ancilla College campus, the orientation allowed students and parents to learn about student ... Read more...

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Boil Order in Effect for Argos

06/09/11 A boil order was issued on Wednesday night for the Town of Argos.  The boil water order went into effect immediately for residents of Argos.  Further details will be released on ... Read more...

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Independent Investigator Finds No Policies or State Statues Broken in ISTEP Issue at LJH

06/9/11  The Plymouth Community School Corporation issued a press release on June 8 concerning the results of an investigation launched after it was discovered that portions of the eighth grade ISTEP (Indiana Statewide Testing for ... Read more...

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County Commissioners Approve New Phone System

06/09/11  Mike Lintner reported in the Marshall County Commissioners meeting Monday that the Marshall/Starke Development Center has cut two of its programs because of lack of funding. The programs cut were the Healthy Families program and ... Read more...