Archive - Apr 23, 2012 - Latest News
Culver's Garden Court senior living facility held its much-anticipated open house and ribbon cutting last Tuesday, the culmination of some 15 years of searching for land, said Dr. Ronald Liechty, Garden Court board president, and over two years of work to prepare and build the facility.
A number of people gathered at the 801 S. Main Street Garden Court, where rooms were available for tours and refreshments offered.
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PLYMOUTH â€”Â Pending the Board of Public Works and Safety approval of the Delmonte request to work in the right of way today, Western Avenue, Plymouth will be closed Tuesday April 24 through Sunday, April 29. The closure is needed to repair the two Western Avenue railroad crossings just north of North Street. The industrial park will be serviced by traveling on Western Avenue north of the closure area. Delmonte will be the only company serviced by traveling on Western Avenue south of the closure area. Updates will be provided if there are any changes in the work schedule.
It seem hard to believe, but it's been 10 years (or will be, this fall) since Ed and Lora Pinder and family closed the doors for the last time on one of the most beloved local eateries in most residents' memories. Ed told the Citizen at the time it had "even older men my age" crying. "There were lots of tears," he said.
PLYMOUTH â€” Longtime Marshall County businessman Budd Treat and his wife Ajean were the recipients of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Centerâ€™s annual â€śCatch the Spiritâ€ť award, presented Friday at a gala at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth.
The award is presented each year by SJRMC to Marshall County residents who exemplify the spirit of the organizationâ€”identified as passionate giving, enthusiastic service, and tenacious vision.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Now that many Marshall County students have school-issued laptop computers, school officials are looking seriously into how to deal with bullying that occurs online.
â€śWe are investigating programs that will detect threats made on social media at school,â€ť said Plymouth Community School Corporation superintendent Daniel Tyree. â€śWe want to use the one that we think will be the most effective.â€ť
Tyree said that Plymouth principals are becoming more aware of the need to regularly check studentâ€™s computers to ensure threats are not being made.