Archive - Nov 2010 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â Nineteen-year-old Eric Day and his family will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a renewed sense of how much family, friends and a caring community truly mean.
After an ordeal that started the weekend before Halloween and escalated into two brain surgeries, days in intensive care, and rigorous physical therapy, Eric is finally home.Â
Eric had come home from Indiana State College in Terre Haute, where he is a freshman, to pick up a suit for an interview.
CULVER â Familiar faces in Culverâs Lake Patrol â most with lengthy careers in the service â will no longer patrol the waters of Lake Maxinkuckee or the roads around it following a vote by the Lake Maxinkuckee Associationâs board of directors to keep the patrol in line with best practices and procedures for law and emergency enforcement.
PLYMOUTH â For one Plymouth High School grad the world certainly has been her open book.
An exchange student at Plymouth in the class of 1980, Milene Ferrazza Thomas took what her time in the United States was able to teach her and made the most of it. Her work in psychology and with an NGO in Brazil has given her a chance to impact lives all over the world.
Milene says that her time in Plymouth changed her forever.
PLYMOUTH â The death of a loved one is never easy. The pieces left to pick up after losing someone you love only make you appreciate their life even more.
PLYMOUTH â There is one simple reason for Treatâs Squire Shopâs 45 years of service to the community.
âI have to eat dinner here; I have to look my customers in the face,â said Gary Treat. âI donât want anybody giving me dirty looks, thinking that I sold them something that wasnât the very best quality. That means loyalty. Thatâs how we survived over the years.â
PLYMOUTH â Each year, the Mayor of Plymouth holds a ball to benefit a local charity.
During the event held Saturday night at Christos Banquet Hall, Mayor Mark Senter pledged the proceeds to Heminger House Women and Childrenâs Shelter.
Senter said, âAs the Mayor of Plymouth, I am always impressed with the charitable hearts that live in our community. We all need to join together to support those who have found themselves in need of assistance.â
PLYMOUTH â The Ma-shall County Republican Party held a caucus Thursday night to select a new Marshall County Commissioner.
Currently Tom Chamberlin sits on the board, but he has tendered his resignation effective Dec. 31 in order to assume the duties of Marshall County Sheriff.
After three rounds of voting by the 18 precinct committeemen present, Greg Compton was named by Republican Chair David Holmes to fill the position for the next two years.
PLYMOUTH â The Plymouth School Board held a public hearing last night concerning a proposed Capital Improvements and a Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB).
Following the public hearing, the board voted 4-0 to move forward with the estimated $4,205,000 project. Board member Melissa Christiansen was absent from the meeting.
The hearing was held per Indiana statute. Projects more than $1 million or more in construction costs require a public hearing.
PLYMOUTH â The season is upon us â Shop with a Cop season, when FOP Lodge #195 makes it possible for several local children to enjoy a Christmas that they might not otherwise have.
PLYMOUTH â What action steps should Marshall County take to compete in a global economy?
This was the main question discussed at the Community Conversation on Economic Development held at Swan Lake Wednesday.Â