Archive - Dec 8, 2010 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â Due to a semi-tractor trailer crash at Michigan and Jefferson streets Monday, Dec. 6, the stoplight support for westbound Jefferson Street was damaged and knocked down.Â
On investigation by the Indiana Department of Transportation, it was found that the base of the pole was damaged as well.Â
According to INDOT officials at the LaPorte District, the light may not be repaired until late this week.
Enjoying a day out in the freshly fallen snow, Gabriella Hopkins and Jalynn Hopkins of Culver make snow angels.
LAPAZ â Local performer Quentin Flagg is gearing up for his annual Christmas performance. This year he will be entertaining at the LaPaz Community Building Sunday, Dec. 12 from 2 to 4 p.m.
âI just enjoy making people happy,â Flagg said. Itâs obvious that putting on shows makes him happy as well, since he has been on stage at Christmas for the last 13 years.
Flagg said his Sunday show will feature a number of Christmas selections along with his signature â50s and â60s rock-n-roll favorites. He also promises some surprises and a visit from Santa.
PLYMOUTH â Faced with nearly 500 applications for assistance with food and gifts for children, Sarah Hendrix of the Marshall County Neighborhood Center has been working full-time to meet the needs, but is pleading with the community to adopt families for the holidays.
According to Hendrix, several groups formed a Community Christmas Coalition this year to reach out to those in need. She said, âWe have taken applications at the Center and combined them with lists from the schools, Boys & Girls Club, churches and Leadership Marshall County.â