Archive - Dec 29, 2011
Plymouth Fire Chief Andy Metsker brings sheets of barn metal to a pile at a fire on 6th Road Thursday afternoon. More details will be available Friday.
Make plans now to head to one of these area events to celebrate the New Year this weekend.
FRIDAY, DEC. 30
â€˘ Argos Bar and Grill â€” Reunion Station, 9 p.m.
â€˘ Dandelion Bar, Plymouth â€” Soup and Villianz, 10 p.m. For more information call 574-935-5514.
SATURDAY, DEC. 31
â€˘Â Bremen Cafe â€” Reunion Station, 9 p.m.
â€˘ The Wabash Tavern, North Liberty â€” Groupies Wanted, 10 p.m. No cover. For more information call 574-656-8959.
â€˘ Dandelion Bar, Plymouth â€” Subtle Fall, 10 p.m. For more information call 574-935-5514.
ARGOS â€” Chaz Downey, 8, of Argos, loves sports. His favorite is basketball, and he can shoot hoops with amazing accuracy for his age, according to his mother Jackie Campbell. Chaz especially likes cheering on his older brother, Chandler, at his basketball and soccer games.
If it hadnâ€™t been for quick action by his doctors two years ago, however, Chaz might not be able to do the things he loves today. During a routine checkup at the Down Syndrome clinic at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis in 2009, his pediatrician, Dr. Maria Stanley, discovered that Chazâ€™s spine was extremely loose.
PLYMOUTH â€” Wednesday was a day of â€śfirstsâ€ť for Patt Houghton. Unbeknownst to her, Houghtonâ€™s sister-in-law Donna Kelly had nominated her for a Hello Gorgeous makeover at C.C. Hair Co. in Plymouth. Houghton was treated to her first pedicure, first facial and first hair coloring treatment as part of the makeover â€” all of which was a complete surprise to her.
â€ś(Houghton) has always given of herself, and I thought it was her turn to be pampered,â€ť said Kelly, watching with misty eyes as Houghton picked out a sparkly pink nail polish for her toes.
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PLYMOUTH â€”Â The Post 27 baseball team will have a new identity next year.
The Plymouth American Legion squad unveiled its new Diamond Spyders mascot and logo at the teamâ€™s annual banquet at the Post 27 hall on Tuesday.
According to General Manager and Marshall County Judge Dean Colvin, the mascot should help give the team some identity as it plays in independent, non-American Legion events over the summer.
OD earns championship berth at Hanover Central
Class A No. 4 Oregon-Davis beat Whiting and the host Lady Wildcats at the Hanover Central Invitational Wednesday.
OD beat Whiting 68-59 in the morning game before topping Hanover Central 73-47 in the semifinal Wednesday night, running its win streak to nine straight. Complete results from the games were unavailable at press deadline.
The Lady Bobcats will face Wheeler â€” which beat Knox 46-42 and Griffith 38-35 â€” in the championship tonight at 8:30 p.m.
Womenâ€™s college basketball
Saint Maryâ€™s wins