Archive - Oct 4, 2010 - Latest News
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN â€“ The nation is investing in science and Plymouth High School along with several other schools in the state will benefit from it.
Plymouth High School, Purdue University and three other school districts â€“ Lafayette, Tippecanoe and Taylor Community â€“ will share a $6.7 million in a National Science Foundation grant to improve science learning in the third through the sixth grades. Partnering in the effort are Purdue's colleges of Education, Engineering, Science and Technology, the Discovery Learning Research Center, and regional industries.
PLYMOUTH â€“ While many were tailgating on a crisp fall afternoon some local residents were helping a family build a place to stay out of the cold.
â€śYou always feel better after spending a day working on the house,â€ť said Bruce Emerich, President of the Marshall County Habitat for Humanity who is working on his sixth home in his time with the group. â€śYou meet a lot of good people and make a lot of good friends.â€ť
Ward Byers and Rich Cartwright share a laugh at the MargariTATAville party for Ounce of Prevention Saturday at the Plymouth Country Club.
BOURBON â€”Â The Town of Bourbonâ€™s wastewater department received confirmation of a grant for $800,000 for an infrastructure project that has long been awaited.
Wastewater Superintendent Mike Mc Farland said the town â€śwas very pleasedâ€ť about being awarded that grant which will replace the main lift station on south Ecker Street. â€śWe donâ€™t have a start date but Iâ€™d anticipate we would begin late January to early February,â€ť he said.