Archive - Oct 19, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Workers have been spotted at the previously condemned Park Jefferson Apartments on Jefferson Street in Plymouth.
The building was named earlier this year on Mayor Mark Senterâ€™s Operation Bright Spot list of abandoned and dilapidated buildings in town.
The goal was to inspire action to either remove these eyesores, or fix them up so they could be used.
BREMEN â€” Most fundraisers require participants to chip in some cash. Ford's 'Drive 4UR School' event Saturday at Bremen High School however, will cost participants nothing. But each person who shows up to test drive a new Ford will net the school's music program $20.
"This is an opportunity to give back to the community," said Mark Jensen, Tim Martin Bremen Ford's general sales manager. "Ford gets a lot of people to drive their vehicles and give instant feedback. It helps the dealership because it gives us an opportunity to be involved in the community."
PLYMOUTH â€” Culver Girls Academy pulled away from Jimtown after a nip-tuck first game to advance, while John Glenn fell to defending sectional champion South Bend St. Josephâ€™s at the Plymouth Volleyball Sectional Thursday.
CGA 3, JIMTOWN 0(26-24, 25-15, 25-17)
It was a battle royal between two squads fighting for every point at the Plymouth volleyball sectional on Thursday night.
The Culver Girls Academy Lady Eagles were finally able to pull away from Jimtown and take a win in three games 26-24, 25-15, 25-17.
CULVER â€” Both the host Lady Cavaliers and Oregon-Davis struggled with serve receive, allowing opponents to string together big runs, and both fell in first-round action at the Class A Culver Community Sectional Thursday.
Culver took game two from Marquette Catholic but was ultimately eliminated in four games, while Westville dispatched OD in three quick games in the late match to set up a semifinal between the Blazers and the Blackhawks at noon Saturday following a 10:30 a.m. match between Argos and defending champion Triton.
ARGOS â€” In many ways, the story of the Lady Dragonsâ€™ success this year has been the opposite of the Argos boys soccer teamâ€™s journey.
If Culverites find themselves attended to by pajama-clad neighbors in stores or restaurants this Friday, there's a very important method to their apparent madness.
The Culver Chamber of Commerce is encouuraging local businesses not only to accept donations for the ALS Association of Indiana, and to allow employees to pay a donation "fee" to wear pajamas to work for the day on Friday.