Archive - Sep 15, 2010 - Latest News
Wayne Flora, 5, of Walkerton, asked to pose with 7th Indiana Light Artillery Civil War demonstrators at Centennial Park Tuesday. With Flora, from left, are: Dennis Mishler, Mel Kemp and Ted Kuhn.
In the "photo" attachment below is Cody Bernero, 10, who takes a turn at pulling a rope igniting the cannon. Also pictured is Kuhn.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Aviation Board was prepared to open bids Tuesday night for a crack seal repair project for the Plymouth Airport. The only glitch, however, was that there were no bids for the project.
Chris Snyder of Woolpert, Inc., consultants for the board, said, â€śI reached out to all potential bidders.â€ť He called the lack of bids â€śunprecedented.â€ť
Referring to the changes in temperature as fall approaches, Snyder said, â€śWe are running up a very delicate window.â€ť
Board President Tom Flynn agreed: â€śWe really have to do it before winter.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” One local Boy Scout fully represents the term go-getter.
The highest honor for a Scout is to be named an Eagle Scout. It is an honor that remains on resumes throughout careers. The project for the honor of Eagle Scout must be completed by the time the Scout is 18 years old. Tylor Borggren asked himself, â€śWhy wait?â€ť
The 14-year-old will complete his project later this month and it will be dedicated on Sept. 17 at 4 p.m. at the Chief Menominee Statue site.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County Health Officials announced that mosquitoes captured in Marshall County have tested positive for West Nile Virus.Â West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in 32 counties across the state.Â
"As people are out enjoying the warm weather, I want them to be aware of this risk for infection with West Nile virus from mosquitoes, and I strongly recommend they take the simple precautions necessary to protect themselves,â€ť said Dr. Byron Holm, Marshall County Health Officer.