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Commissioners issue burning ban for county

October 6, 2010

PLYMOUTH – Weather conditions in Marshall County have prompted the County Commissioners to take action.
Due to the extremely dry conditions the Marshall County Board of Commissioners, with the support of the majority of the local Fire Chiefs, have issued a disaster proclamation restricting open burning thru out the entire county.

Arrests made in Oak Hill vandalism case

October 6, 2010

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth Police have made an arrest in the case of vandalism to Oak Hill Cemetary.
In custody are Jonathon Tanner, age 20 of Nutmeg Ridge Drive in Plymouth and Gage Hix, age 19 of Walnut Street in Plymouth in relation to the case. Two juveniles are also suspects in the damage at the cemetery that occurred on Sept. 26. Officials also stated that one of the suspects also had pending drug related charges.

Boys Scouts learn bicycle safety

October 6, 2010

Plymouth Police Officer Trent Shively took time Monday night to review the basics of bicycle safety with the Cub Scouts of Pack 222. After reviewing the laws and guidelines for safe cycling on city streets, Officer Shively set up a couple of areas that the Scouts could test their skills. Zane Johnson maneuvers through cones as Shively keeps a watchful eye.

UW announces Money Smart Week presentations

October 6, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Money Smart Week is a series of free presentations on financial literacy and money management organized by the United Way of Marshall County.
More than 40 presentations will be offered during the week of Oct. 16 through 23, on a wide variety of topics ranging from basic money management and retirement planning to identity theft and Social Security benefits.
A complete list of the presentations is available on the United Way website at www.marshallcountyuw.org. The public is encouraged to take advantage of this once a year opportunity and attend as many sessions as possible.

Meet your candidate at Builders Association meeting Oct. 12

October 6, 2010

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Builders Association will hold “Candidates Night” at the Plymouth Country Club Tuesday, Oct. 12.
The meeting will be a dinner meeting and each candidate will be given the opportunity to speak during the meeting following dinner.

Mobile blood drive

October 5, 2010

LaFree Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy hosted a blood drive by partnering with the South Bend Medical Foundation Monday. The South Bend Medical Foundation is the sole provider of blood needed for Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center. Coordinating the effort between LaFree and South Bend Medical Foundation were Mary Ann Colvin, LaFree physician’s liaison, and Abigail Stopczyski, blood drive recruiter. Here, Colvin (left) is welcomed to the mobile blood donor vehicle by Stopczyski.

Jennifer Laurent to lead MCEDC

October 5, 2010

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) announced today that it has appointed Jennifer Laurent to be the executive director of the organization. Laurent joined the staff in February, 2010 as assistant director of development finance and has served as interim executive director since June.

Menominee is top Title I school

October 5, 2010

PLYMOUTH — A Plymouth elementary school has once again been named as one of the top Title I Schools in the state.
The National Association of State Title I Directors Title I Schools Recognition Program has chosen Menominee Elementary as one of the schools to be interviewed to represent the state Title I schools that have made the most progress in significantly closing the achievement gap between student subgroups.
This is the second year in a row that Menominee has been chosen as one of the top schools.

Plymouth Schools to share in $6.7M federal grant for science education

October 5, 2010

WEST LAFAYETTE — The nation is investing in science and Plymouth High School along with several other schools in the state will benefit from it.
Plymouth High School, Purdue University and three other school districts — Lafayette, Tippecanoe and Taylor Community — will share in a $6.7 million National Science Foundation grant to improve science learning in the third through the sixth grades. Partnering in the effort are Purdue's colleges of Education, Engineering, Science and Technology, the Discovery Learning Research Center, and regional industries.

Plymouth schools to share in $6.7 million federal grant for science education

October 4, 2010

WEST LAFAYETTE, IN – The nation is investing in science and Plymouth High School along with several other schools in the state will benefit from it.
Plymouth High School, Purdue University and three other school districts – Lafayette, Tippecanoe and Taylor Community – will share a $6.7 million in a National Science Foundation grant to improve science learning in the third through the sixth grades. Partnering in the effort are Purdue's colleges of Education, Engineering, Science and Technology, the Discovery Learning Research Center, and regional industries.

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