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Trick-or-treat times set for city

September 12, 2012

PLYMOUTH — 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.

Lady Rockies win 2nd straight with narrow 2-1 victory over LaVille

September 12, 2012

PLYMOUTH — After a pair of tough losses to Northern Lakes Conference powers Goshen and Northridge, Plymouth’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 Rockies’ second straight home victory after a lopsided 9-0 rout of John Glenn Monday.

LaVille junior works on water project

September 12, 2012

LAKEVILLE — 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.
“I went to church camp this summer with two other LaVille students,” explained Shaffer. “There was this speaker who told us that there is this huge water need (worldwide), and I wanted to do something about it.”

Glenn shuts out LaVille 5-0 in NSC match-up

September 12, 2012

WALKERTON — Tuesday’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.
“Any time you get a conference win it’s something to hang your hat on. We’ve got a tough conference this year and an inexperienced squad. We’ve got a couple seniors, but we have five sophomores, so we’re still building up a little bit and getting the guys some experience. It’s a good win,” said Glenn tennis coach Chris Horvath.

Results 9-12

September 12, 2012

Boys soccer
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.
• CULVER MILITARY 2, PLYMOUTH 1
At Culver
FIRST HALF
CMA - Luther Jacobs (unassisted)
SECOND HALF
P - Alex Orellana (unassisted)
CMA - Jacobs (Manuel Ituarte)

Rehire of Bourbon officer causes stir

September 12, 2012

By Daniel Riordan
Managing Editor

BOURBON — 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 town’s council decided to rehire McIntyre without putting him at his prior seniority.
At last month’s town council meeting, the council accepted McIntyre’s resignation as he attempted to take on another job.
According to the town council, McIntyre returned a week later.

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