Archive - Apr 4, 2012 - News Article
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Good Friday, April 6, the youth group at Trinity United Methodist Church in Plymouth will participate in the 30 Hour Famine, fasting from midnight Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday morning. They do so for two reasons: the first is in solidarity with those young people at home and all over the world who do not have enough to eat and, second, to gain money and support for the cause of ending poverty everywhere.
Culver Dive Team members Brandon Cooper, Bob Cooper Kr and Jerry Siler, along with county officers and a DNR officer, were on the scene of this truck in Lake Maxinkuckee Wednesday afternoon. No official information has been released, but bystanders said no one hurt.
PLYMOUTH â€” The remnants of two meth labs were discovered in the woods behind Washington Elementary School during spring break, according to a report from the Plymouth Community School Corporation Wednesday.
The school was notified of the situation by a parent. They have roped off the area and are taking steps to ensure students do not enter the woods during recess.
An environmental management firm will be assessing the area and advising the school on an appropriate response. Parents of Washington Elementary students have been informed of the situation.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth High School math teachers Michael Delp and Earl Boyer recently solved an equation they can take great pride in.
The two collectively lost more than 150 pounds in just 10 weeks to win the â€śBest Loserâ€ť competition â€” and the grand prize of $1,000 â€” at Fitness Forum.
â€śIt was pretty exciting,â€ť said Boyer. â€śWe didnâ€™t pressure each other, but I think we both put pressure on ourselves to pull our own weight on the team. Each of us wanted to do a good job for the other. I wouldnâ€™t have been able to do this well on my own.â€ť