Archive - Sep 12, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€” Halloween hours for this year were officially set by the Plymouth Board of Works and Public Safety Monday night.
Trick or treating is set for 5 to 7 p.m. for homes in Plymouth.
Residents are asked to leave a porch light on during those hours if they wish to participate.
Oct. 31 falls on a Wednesday this year.
Utility Superintendent Donnie Morrison told the board that a private company, HomeServe USA, has been contacting residents about their utilities.
Morrison said that the city has nothing to do with the calls nor does it sponsor the company.
PLYMOUTH â€” After a pair of tough losses to Northern Lakes Conference powers Goshen and Northridge, Plymouthâ€™s girls soccer team needed a win before resuming conference play this weekend.
They got two.
Allie Wright scored the go-ahead on a Nicole Burdine assist in the 72nd minute, and Plymouth held on for its second win in two days, a 2-1 decision over visiting LaVille at home at Kindt Field.
It was the Rockiesâ€™ second straight home victory after a lopsided 9-0 rout of John Glenn Monday.
LAKEVILLE â€”Â Chelsea Shaffer is trying to raise $5,000 to build a well in Africa. Fortunately for the LaVille junior, she has some help. Students and teachers at her school have helped her raise $4,300 just over the past month.
â€śI went to church camp this summer with two other LaVille students,â€ť explained Shaffer. â€śThere was this speaker who told us that there is this huge water need (worldwide), and I wanted to do something about it.â€ť
WALKERTON â€” Tuesdayâ€™s Northern State Conference meet at John Glenn was a match-up of two young squads. In the end, it was the slightly more experienced Falcons who claimed the victory, handing visiting LaVille losses on all five courts for their second NSC win.
â€śAny time you get a conference win itâ€™s something to hang your hat on. Weâ€™ve got a tough conference this year and an inexperienced squad. Weâ€™ve got a couple seniors, but we have five sophomores, so weâ€™re still building up a little bit and getting the guys some experience. Itâ€™s a good win,â€ť said Glenn tennis coach Chris Horvath.
CMA tops Rockies
Luther Jacobs scored twice, and Culver Military trumped sectional rival Plymouth 2-1 at home Tuesday.
Jacobs tallied an unassisted score in the first half then scored the game-winner on a Manuel Ituarte assist after Alex Orellana tied the game up with a solo goal in the second half.
Eric Aguilar made 10 saves in his return at goalkeeper for Plymouth.
â€˘Â CULVER MILITARY 2, PLYMOUTH 1
CMA - Luther Jacobs (unassisted)
P - Alex Orellana (unassisted)
CMA - Jacobs (Manuel Ituarte)
By Daniel Riordan
BOURBON â€” There was no question in the standing-room only crowd Tuesday night that Ben McIntyre should be rehired as a Bourbon police officer.
But the crowd became agitated and voiced its displeasure when the townâ€™s council decided to rehire McIntyre without putting him at his prior seniority.
At last monthâ€™s town council meeting, the council accepted McIntyreâ€™s resignation as he attempted to take on another job.
According to the town council, McIntyre returned a week later.