Archive - 2013
Zombies. That is the theme of director Marc Forster's, World War Z, now showing in Marshall County at the Tri-Way Drive In.
This is not your usual zombie apocalypse thriller. Instead of the stereotypical zombie eating brains scenario, zombie-ism in this movie was achieved by a bite and spread like a pandemic.In one scene, a zombie hiding in a closet infects an airplane full of people, forcing the main character to blow the plane up to kill the once-human-now zombie passengers.
DES MOINES, Iowa â€” Morgan Uceny placed fifth in her heat of the womenâ€™s 1,500-meter prelims and seventh overall to advance to todayâ€™s finals at the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa Thursday. Uceny clocked a 4:13.82 to move on to todayâ€™s finals, scheduled for 5:46 p.m., along with fellow 2012 Olympian Shannon Rowbury, who finished fourth overall in the prelims.
Uceny is competing for one of the top three spots that would qualify her to compete in the World Championships in Moscow in August. Todayâ€™s finals will be televised live on Universal Sports.
BOURBON â€” Triton sports fans can expect some of their ticket prices to rise in the upcoming school year.
While the cost of tickets to varsity athletic events will remain the same, tickets to junior high events will go up to $2 for students and $10 per family.
CULVER â€” Sir Isaac Newton once wrote, â€śIf I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.â€ť Generations later, we can literally now see further â€” through the emergence of standup paddleboarding.
Annabelle H. Miller
June 19, 2013
TYNER â€” Annabelle H. Miller, 94, of Tyner died in Memorial Hospital, South Bend, at 8:55 p.m., Wednesday, June 19, 2013.
She is survived by her four sons and two daughters, Rosalie A. Morrison, of Tyner, Fred L. (Patti) Miller, of Tyner, Marcia K. (Norman) Robbins, of Plymouth, Roger D. (Carolyn) Miller, of Grovertown, Gary L. Miller of Plymouth and Dennis G. Miller of Walkerton; eight grandchildren; and a sister-in-law, Beatrice Drake of Walkerton.
â€˘Jeffery Scott Owens Jr., 29 of Plymouth was arrested by Marshall County Sheriff's Department at 9:50 a.m. on June 20 for battery.
â€˘Timothy Wayne White, 53 of Plymouth was arrested by Plymouth Police at 2 p.m. on June 20 for burglary, theft.
â€˘Shamyria Raishay Liston, 23 of Fort Wayne was arrested by Plymouth Police at 3 p.m. on June 20 for a probation violation
â€˘Dannel Renee Salyers, 38 of Rochester was arrested by Plymouth Police at 3:50 p.m. on June 20 for theft.
â€˘Jared Brian Weiss, 20 of Rochester was arrested by Plymouth Police at 3:50 p.m. on June 20 for theft.
PLYMOUTH â€” It was all about business Thursday night at the annual meeting of the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, and business was good.
Chamber president Ryan Jessen told the crowd of 160 that the chamber has shown â€śrecord breakingâ€ť growth in five years, tripling membership and surpassing membership benchmarks. Instead of a growth rate of 1.3 percent experienced by other chambers, Plymouth logged a rate of 8.6 new members and a retention rate of 97 percent.
The focus of the evening was on honoring the organizations, businesses and individuals who make a difference.
RGOS â€“ Plans to annex 75-acres of land acquired at auction in May are moving ahead, according to updates provided at the Argos Town Council meeting Wednesday.
Town Attorney Derek Jones told the council that the petition was ready to be signed in which Council members, as owners of the recently-acquired land, would petition themselves as the Town Council to annex the 75 acres.
PLYMOUTH - A tip to police has led to prison time for a Grovertown resident.
Adam Wagers, 23 years of age, of Grovertown, was sentenced in Marshall Superior Court 1 to 14 years imprisonment for manufacturing methamphetamine, a Class B felony.
In open court, Wagers admitted he manufactured methamphetamine on March 7 in a building located in the 1000 block of N. Plum Street in Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH â€” Some late big innings proved costly for Post 27 at the Terre Haute Tournament last week. It felt good to be on the other side back at their home field Thursday.
The Diamond Spyders broke a 1-1 tie with four runs in the bottom of the fifth and held on for a 5-2 win over visiting Mishawaka Post 161 in Post 27â€™s return to Bill Nixon Field.