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December 3rd

Former players praise coach

December 3, 2010

Former John Glenn High School basketball players thank the coach that taught them not only skills on the court, but off as well:

Coach Hutton has left his mark

December 3, 2010

You don’t have to look far to see the mark Dan Hutton has left on Indiana high school basketball.
Just check your local high school gym. Chances are, he’s done the artwork.
The longtime John Glenn girls basketball coach and painter has created murals and floor art for numerous gymnasiums around the state — including, among many others, Northern State Conference schools John Glenn, Triton, Culver, LaVille, Knox and New Prairie — and Tuesday, he was honored with the 2010 NSC Service Award for that artwork and his many other contributions to the conference during a ceremony at Glenn.

DMHO rocks a full house

December 3, 2010

A nearly packed house saw a musical homecoming for the holidays as Denver Bierman and the Mile High Orchestra gave their high energy all in a Christmas show at Plymouth Wesleyan Church last night.
“As always, it was really good to be home — and just great to be able to kick off our Christmas tour here at my home church,” said Bierman. “I really can’t thank everybody enough, all the people here in town that helped us make this possible. None of it could have happened without a lot of people helping us out.”

December 2nd

Schools required to have class take ISTEP online

December 2, 2010

A decision made by the Indiana State Board of Education in August has the DOE (Department of Education) evaluating the readiness of Indiana schools to administer the multiple-choice portion of the ISTEP+ assessments test electronically.
The DOE is requiring schools to have at least one grade level in each school building with grades 3-8 take that portion of the test online.
Only the multiple-choice portion is offered online; all students will take the applied skills portion of the test on paper.

WTCA teams up with SWAC for fourth annual auction

December 2, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Friday, WTCA-AM 1050 will be working 9 to 5 to make some local kids’ Christmas a little brighter.
The radio station will host its fourth annual Shop With a Cop radio auction with all the proceeds going to the FOP Lodge #195 yearly program that takes as many kids in need in the county Christmas shopping as possible. Last year the program helped over 300 kids have a Christmas they might not have had otherwise.

December 1st

Program teaches students computers are more than a hammer

December 1, 2010

PLYMOUTH — “We want you exploring. We want you learning new things and new software.”
Students involved in Lincoln Junior High’s “Genius” program sponsored by Apple Computer heard that urging from Plymouth Schools Media Specialist Ben Waymouth as they went through their first day of training from Kevin Sheppard — a consultant contracted with Apple — on trouble shooting the school’s new Macbook computers. Students were chosen to participate in the program, making them the first line of help when another student is having “technical difficulties” with their computer.

November 30th

Grolich still serving the community

November 30, 2010

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth EMS/Fire Department may be losing an important employee, but they are gaining a key volunteer.
A seemingly permanent fixture in the Plymouth firehouse — Assistant Chief John Grolich — is looking at his retirement, but he is proof that public service is in his DNA.
“There is some traveling that my wife and I want to do, but I plan on staying on as a volunteer,” said Grolich. “I think I still have something to offer and I’m going to try to help as much as I can.”

Following the plan, Plymouth Schools get passing grade

November 30, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Only six years ago, the Plymouth Community Schools Corporation was on Title I school probation. Within two short years, they were off probation.
Superintendent Daniel Tyree said, “We formed a committee of representatives of the teachers’ union, parents, teachers, administrators and community members to work on a plan. Thanks to the work of our administrators and teachers following the plan, today we are scoring some of the highest scores possible.”

November 29th

Celmer continues work on Eagle Scout project

November 29, 2010

PLYMOUTH — When Sarah Hendrix, executive director of Marshall County Neighborhood Center, was approached by Boy Scout Corey Celmer about doing his Eagle Scout project, she was happy and relieved.
“The outside of the center had been somewhat neglected,” she said, “and the shrubs and plants had gone way beyond their usefulness.”
But, after the three-month project was competed, she was absolutely amazed, she said, at the extent to which Celmer and his crew had improved the exterior.

Fire scare at Museum caused by electrical issues

November 29, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth fire personnel responded to an alarm Sunday night at the Marshall County Historical Museum in downtown Plymouth.
According to Fire Chief Andy Metsker, a call came in from 911 and other sources at 7:22 p.m.
Metsker said it took nearly 30 minutes to determine that the problem was electrical issues with the elevators in the basement of the original building.

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