Archive - Feb 8, 2013
PLYMOUTH â€” Updated information for both current and prospective city residents can now be found on Plymouthâ€™s new website, www.plymouthin.com.
The site launched Feb. 1, and Mayor Mark Senter said the goal is to promote the city.
â€śThe website is a big improvement from what the city has had for the last 10 years or so,â€ť said Senter.
He said that the community links page will probably be the most used part of the site.
Wanda JoAnn Varab
Feb. 6, 2013
ARGOS â€”Â Wanda JoAnn Varab, 72, of Argos died Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 at 4:15 a.m. in her home.
She is survived by her husband, Robert Varab; her five sons; Randy and (Jennifer) Reynolds of Knox, Steve Reynolds of Argos, Tony (Lisa) Reynolds of Michigan, Mark Varab of Elkhart and Steve (Amy) Varab of Minnesota; 16 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; her brother, Carl (Fern) Caldwell of Kentucky; sister-in-law, Barbara Winnebeck of Oklahoma; and brothers-in-law; Ray Varab of Carmel, Robert Moore of Kentucky.
ARGOS â€“ The Argos Town Council met in regular session Wednesday and heard a report from town attorney Derek Jones that the town had successfully bid on the property at 313 N. Grove Street, and now owns the lot. The property, sold at a foreclosure auction, will protect the townâ€™s interest in back taxes due.
During citizen input, Charlie Howard complimented the town departments for the services they provide. He also lifted up Russell Wagers, a local resident, for voluntary and unheralded work replacing gravel at the cemetery.
PLYMOUTH â€” It was a game that fit the timeless nature of the rivalry of Plymouth and Warsaw and added itâ€™s own question to the legacy: â€śWas it a blocked shot or was it goaltending?â€ť
History will record the argument; the decision by the officials on this particular night was â€śblocked shot,â€ť and the result was a Plymouth win, 57-56.
BOURBON â€”Â The Triton Trojans outrebounded the Bremen Lions 34-19 in a dominating win at the Trojan Trench Thursday night. With 15 of those rebounds coming on the offensive end, the Trojans converted those into 16 second-chance points and won 54-37.
Bremen coach Ryan Eakins talked about the difference in the game.
CULVER â€” The annual Bell Game between Culver and Argos brought out a crowd, and the Dragons looked up for the rivalry game early.
But while their intensity seemed to flag after the first quarter, the Cavaliers kept pouring it on, ultimately doubling up the visitors in a 46-23 win at home at John R. Nelson Gymnasium Thursday.
CULVER â€” After the Lady Eagles sent two of three relays to the state meet last year, Culver Girls Academy head coach Cali Girard did a little tweaking with her lineups heading into last weekendâ€™s Warsaw Sectional finals.