Archive - 2010 - News Article
Tayler May, a PHS senior, shows her camouflage colors during Spirit Week for Homecoming. Tonightâ€™s Home-coming will see the Rockies face Elkhart Memorial at 7:30 p.m.
Budd Treat (right) adjusts hangers as Dr. Rod Kubley browses the selection at Treatâ€™s Squire Shop during the Old Fashioned Sidewalk Sale Days that continues through Saturday in downtown Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth Police were called to Plymouth High School earlier this week after an incident involving two female students.
According to information received from the Plymouth Police Department, one student was shoved by the other making her fall into a glass display case.
The glass broke and one of the students did receive minor cuts, according to the report.
Plymouth Schools Superintendent Dan Tyree said, â€śIâ€™m 100 percent supportive of the principalâ€™s handling of the situation. Fortunately it was minor, but it could have resulted in a major injury.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€“ For band members around Northern Indiana its Plymouth High Schoolâ€™s Pride of Plymouth Marching Band Harvest Festival time and some parents and boosters are hoping to give the program a financial boost.
Jeff and Lenore Jones of Anco Office Products in Plymouth are teaming up with the band to publish a program for the event and they are looking for businesses and individuals who support the program to show their backing by purchasing an ad for their business, or for their favorite band member.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouthâ€™s Common Council has made it official: There is one less paid holiday on the calendar for city employees and Plymouth firefighters will have the equivalent of two less.
Mayor Mark Senterâ€™s administration presented a paid holiday calendar with the normal 13 paid holidays that had always been presented over the years, and that schedule came into question by the Council. Consensus of the Council members was that the city needed to adopt a calendar more in keeping with the private sector, which in many cases, offers as few as eight days a year.
PLYMOUTH â€“ Itâ€™s the first sign of Christmas â€“ this Saturdayâ€™s annual Shop with a Cop Car Show at Centennial Park in Plymouth.
The seventh annual event will have some of the hottest cars around and helps to raise money for the annual Plymouth FOP #195 Shop with a Cop program that takes area kids in need on a shopping trip at Christmas time.
â€śNormally we have about 125 to 150 cars to benefit Shop with a Cop,â€ť said Bill Andrews the events organizer. â€śBreakfast and lunch will be served, we have top 50 awards and drive by judging, and of course lots of door prizes and giveaways.â€ť
This year's PHS homecoming court is (from left): Erin Kinney, Matt Scheetz, Megan Schenk, Mitch Good, Lindsay Renz, Sam Compton, Haley Smart, Josh Phillips, Meagan Barron and Sean Smith. Homecoming is Friday night when the Rockies will take on Elkhart Memorial. Pilot photo/Rusty Nixon
PLYMOUTH â€” A committee â€” formed by Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter several months ago to pursue ideas that could revitalize the downtown area â€” met last night.
The seven committee members invited interested community members and downtown merchants to attend the meeting as well.
The committee has members from the Plymouth Redevelop-ment Commission, PIDCO and the Plymouth Park Board.
Guest speaker was Shae Kmici-kewycz of the Indiana Main Street Program.
Members of the Black Horse Troop and Equestriennes practice for the opening ceremonies of the World Equestrian Games. The students will perform before 25,000 people at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. Saturday evening, Sept. 25. This is the first time the World Equestrian Games have been held in the United States and segments will be broadcast nationally on NBC, starting Sunday, Sept. 26. This is the first time that members of the Troop and Equestriennes have performed as one unit. The Lancer Band will perform with the riders during an exhibition on Sunday, Sept. 26.
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.