Archive - Dec 19, 2012
MARSHALL CO. â€”Â Ralph Booker, county plan director, is now also plan director for the city of Plymouth. Commissioners voted for this change Monday, after much discussion in previous meetings.
â€śIâ€™m very much in support of this agreement, I think itâ€™s an opportunity for the city and the county to enhance our teamwork,â€ť said Commissioner Greg Compton.
An agreement between the city and the county has been forged, detailing the terms of Bookerâ€™s new joint position.
Local schools review safety in wake of Sandy Hook
PLYMOUTH - In the wake of last weekâ€™s tragedy in Connecticut, the spotlight once again falls on violence perpetrated against schools, and the efforts of school administrations to insure the safety of staff and students.
BOURBON â€”Â Facing an exhausted lineup in the huddle with a little under three minutes on the clock, Triton head coach Jason Groves urged his players on: Give it all youâ€™ve got for just a little longer, and thereâ€™ll be plenty of time to rest over Christmas break.
And, of course, heading into the holiday layover with a win always feels a lot better than the alternative.
Lancers avoid letdown
Andrew Hostetler scored a game-high 17 points, while Jeff Haygood supplied a season-high 10 pints, and the Lancers beat North Judson 58-34 at home Tuesday night.
Blake Berger and Nicholas Amor both finished with nine points, and Ryan Bettcher scored eight for the balanced Lancers, who avoided a letdown coming off a big win at John Glenn Saturday.
Judson was paced by Shawn Greenâ€™s 12 points, and Dalton Bailey chipped in eight for his team in the loss, which drops the Bluejays to 2-4 on the season.