Archive - Jun 1, 2012 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â€”Â WorkOne of Northern Indiana announced Thursday that they will hold Rapid Response sessions for displaced former Stone Creek Homes employees Monday. Two sessions will be held in the Plymouth WorkOne office, located at 316 Kingston Road: one from 9 to 11 a.m. and the other from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
"Each individual displaced from employment by closure of Stone Creek Homes should attend one session only," stated a press release from WorkOne Thursday.
FRIDAY, JUNE 1
â€˘ The Walnut Church of the Brethren, 5975 19th Road, Argos is hosting a yard sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds will be used to buy material used in making blankets for the neonatal unit of Memorial Hospital.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2
â€˘ The First United Methodist Church will be serving apple dumplings with caramel sauce at a booth at the Yellow River Festival. Proceeds will go toward the Mission Projects that the church sponsors.
Justin Clark caught this 20-incher at Gilbert Lake, Donaldson. Submit your "Big Catch" photos throughout June and July; photo contest winners will be notified Aug. 1. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org; or drop off your photos at 214 N. Michigan St., Plymouth; or mail to P.O. Box 220, Plymouth, IN 46563.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â LaVille Elementary School music teacher Lisa Head recently published her first childrenâ€™s book, Calbert: The Third-Grade Cowboy. The book is a fictional story about bullying written at a second and third grade reading level.
â€śI have a son who is at that level and I told myself as I started writing that (the story) fit best at that age level,â€ť said Head, continuing, â€śIâ€™ve been a foster parent for many years and a teacher for many years. Iâ€™ve had children from both sides in my homeâ€¦both those that are bullies and those that have been bullied.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” Last week members of the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Section (MSS) and the Underwater Search Rescue/Recovery Team (USRT), joined forces to clear meth trash from the Yellow River in Marshall County.
The state police recently became aware of the problem after a local fisherman reported seeing several suspicious items floating in the Yellow River near Peach Road and 14th Road that he believed could be meth trash.