Archive - May 2012
CGA wins regional
Culver Girls Academy won the Northern Indiana Girls Lacrosse Regional Friday with a 10-6 victory over visiting South Bend St. Josephâ€™s.
The Lady Eagles now advance to the state tournamentâ€™s final four.
Olivia Rabbitt notched a hat trick with three goals, while Annie Morches and Shawna Lesperance both scored two. Melissa Paluch and Saralena Barry also scored for CGA, while Kelsie Carr finished with a pair of assists, and Helen Hansen recorded 10 saves.
â€˘ CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 10, ST. JOSEPHâ€™S 6
Northern Regional Final at Culver
With much of last Tuesday's Culver town council meeting occupied with discussion of tax draw matters -- continued from the previous meeting -- another significant news item nearly escaped mention. Council vice president Ginny Munroe, presiding in the stead of president Sally Ricciardi, who Munroe earlier announced was resting at home after a hospital stint, said the council offered David Schoeff the position of Culver town manager, a position he has formally accepted since that meeting took place.
FRIDAY, MAY 18
â€˘ Mitch Barnes Group will be entertaining on the deck at Swan Lake Resort from 7 to 11 p.m. For more information please call 574-935-3908.
â€˘Â The annual meeting of the board of directors of the Marshall County Holding Corporation will be held at 12 p.m. at Brass Rail Restaurant, 225 N. Michigan St., Plymouth.
â€˘Â Charger Friday â€”Â a college admissions and financial aid event â€” will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ancilla College. College placement times will be 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m. For more information you can call 1-866-ANCILLA or check in online at www.ancilla.edu.
PLYMOUTH â€” Mayor Mark Senter will be sitting down to re-do the cityâ€™s 10-year comprehensive plan May 31 with Ratio Architects, the company that helped create the plan about eight years ago.
PLYMOUTH â€” With 12 events already in the books, Plymouth was in serious jeopardy of having its string of six straight sectional titles broken.
Bremen, Glenn, LaVille athletes qualify for regionals
Bremen scored 33 points to finish seventh followed by John Glenn and LaVille in eighth and ninth with 23 and 20 points, respectively at the Penn Boys Track and Field Sectional Thursday.
The host Kingsmen won the meet with a score of 154 1/2.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€”Â Motorists who refuse to wear their seat belts â€”Â beware. Marshall County police agencies announced this week that Indiana's 2012 Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement begins Friday, May 18.
This national mobilization will take place over the Memorial Day holiday period and is supported by thousands of law enforcement agencies and traffic safety advocates across the country. In Indiana, more than 250 law enforcement agencies will conduct special patrols â€”Â day and night, to identify and ticket unrestrained motorists. The effort will conclude June 3.
MARSHALL CO. â€” Last year's string of daytime home burglaries in northern Marshall County ended Wednesday with the sentencing of Justin Whitt, of North Liberty, to the maximum prison term allowed under his agreement with the Marshall County Prosecutor's Office.
Whitt was arrested for seven counts of burglary and six counts of theft last June. He was 22 years old at the time of his arrest.
LAKEVILLE â€” The Union-North United School Board has appointed Chuck Phillips to Director of Operations for the 2012-13 school year.
Currently, Phillips is the principal of LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School. He will remain in that position until the end of the school year while, at the same time, transition into the Director of Operations.
The newly-created position consolidates the former director of maintenance and director of transportation duties into one.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Board of Public Works and Safety heard an interesting proposal Monday from DC Tech owner Dan Sammartano. DC Tech is a small Internet company based in Plymouth that currently provides a limited amount of free Wi-Fi to the downtown area, in exchange for attaching DC Tech equipment to city water towers. Sammartano requested to put additional equipment on the cityâ€™s west water tower in order for the company to service Yogi Bear Jellystone Park.
â€śThey need a large amount of bandwidth (to cover the area),â€ť said Sammartano to board members.