Archive - Sep 2010 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â The Ply-mouth School Board unanimously â and enthusiastically â approved Rusty Nixon as the first Director of Development and Alumni Affairs for the Plymouth School Corporation.
The position is being funded for the first year by a private donation from a local businessman with the anticipation that the position will be sustained through memberships in a newly formed Alumni Association.
CULVER â State environmental officials met with mint farmers Wednesday to discuss permits and dumping of hot water into ditches.
Operators of mint stills, about 10 farmers and mint industry representatives spent several hours meeting at the Culver-Union Township Public Library with two officials from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).
PLYMOUTH ââ United Way of Marshall County is ready to celebrate by honoring 50 years of volunteers and one local business has stepped up in a big way to help.
Warren Bickel of Culver, himself a classic car affecianado, takes a look at one of the vehicles in the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Hoosier Tour hosted at Culver Academies Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Corps of Cadets of Culver Military Academy staged a retreat parade Tuesday evening as part of the red carpet rolled out for more than 100 drivers, owners, and guests associated with the nearly 50 classic Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg cars on campus and in the Culver area as part of the Hoosier Tour.
BOURBON â Triton Jr.-Sr. High School has once again been struck by the tragedy of losing a student to a deadly accident.
Thirteen-year-old eighth grade student Wyman Lynn Miller, of Etna Green, died as a result of a farming accident Saturday morning at his home.
PLYMOUTH â Welcome to the Department of Redundancy DepartmentâŠ You know the drill!
It is that time of year when carnival rides and car shows; parades and pageantry; funnel cakes and fireworks; bands and balloons are the words of the weekend. And I didnât even mention blueberries!
This yearâs festival theme is âSchool Spiritâ honoring the excellent public and private schools throughout the county. You will see representatives from each corporation during the parade.
What not to miss:
PLYMOUTH â The city of Plymouth has a new honoree among its department heads.
Plymouth Street Depart-ment Superintendent Jim Marquardt been named by the Indiana Street Commissioners as Street Superintendent of the Year at the annual convention.
The award was presented to Marquardt by Lebanon Street Superintendent Larry Lee and voted on by the superintendents throughout the state.
âI really donât know what I did to deserve this honor,â said Marquardt of the award. âIt really does mean something since it comes from other street superintendents.â
CULVER â Changes and additional details have been released about two films slated for the Lake Maxinkuckee Film Festival, which takes place at the Uptown Cinema on Lake Shore Drive (Friday evening and Saturday all day) and the Town Park (Saturday evening) Sept. 3 and 4.
Due to damage to the film print, the childrenâs movie Saturday morning will be the 1995 film âBabe,â rather than âMilo and Otisâ as previously announced. âBabeâ is rated PG and runs 89 minutes, and is the story of a piglet who befriends and learns about all the other creatures on the farm.
PLYMOUTH â Due to the Labor Day holiday the trash pickup schedule for Plymouth residents will be altered by one day next week. Allied Waste is closed Monday, Sept. 6 so picking up trash and recycling will begin Wednesday Sept. 8.
Customers are asked to remember that trash and recycling are to be placed at the curb for pickup at 6 a.m. The trash lid must be closed. Any items overflowing the tote may fall off and will cause the tote to be left not emptied. Any items placed outside the regular tote will also not be picked up without a pickup appointment being made with the trash hauler.