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January 25th, 2012

New exhibit coming in February for Heartland Artists Gallery

January 25, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Elkhart-based painter Michael Janowski’s work will be on display in February at the Heartland Artists Gallery in downtown Plymouth. Janowski, who initially started in art with drawing, said that he enjoys realistically depicting textures and fine detail with pastels.
“I could sit for hours upon end painting and not realize the time," said Janowski. "For me, the most time consuming part of the painting process is in the initial composition, not the painting.”

City engineer praised for work

January 25, 2012

PLYMOUTH — City Engineer Rick Gaul received several compliments on his work for the City during a council meeting this week.
Gaul had given members of the board end-of-year –report that showed a total of 2,463 hours that he had worked. Although not on the Public Works Board, Council Member Mike Delp asked if he could address the report.
Delp said, "I’m not complaining."
He then said the number of hours worked was up from 2,080 in the year before.
“There are 300 plus hours that you essentially donated,” Delp said.
Gaul is a salaried employee and does not qualify for overtime pay.

January 24th

Watch the weekly video here

January 24, 2012

This week's video features Plymouth basketball player John Ruff. To watch it, go to the video feeds section at the bottom of the home page. You can also see the weekly videos and more regular features on our Facebook page.

Culver School Board meeting tonight

January 24, 2012

Culver Community Schools Corporation Board of School Trustees will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the administration building, 700 School St. This meeting was originally scheduled for Monday.

Zumba dance group to perform at 'Dancing with the Stars'

January 24, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Attendees of the Dancing with the Stars fundraising event this Saturday evening at Swan Lake will be treated to the fancy footwork of local group Chris and The Glitz, in addition to the main event — performances by partner dance teams. Chris and The Glitz won’t be competing, however. Instead, group members have asked friends and relatives to sponsor their performance, raising more than $1,000 so far.
“All of the money will go to the Marshall County Neighborhood Center,” said Chris Collier, the group’s choreographer.

January 23rd

Snowmobile accident lands Bremen man in jail for drunk driving

January 23, 2012

LAKEVILLE — Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a personal injury accident involving an intoxicated snowmobiler. Chase Walleske, 29, of Bremen was arrested Sunday evening by Indiana Conservation Officer Mark Richter after Walleske crashed his snowmobile into a concrete barrier on the new US 31 bypass just south of Pierce Road in St. Joseph County. Walleske was riding with a friend at approximately 7 p.m. when he failed to negotiate his snowmobile around the barrier.

Downtown Plymouth wi-fi now available

January 23, 2012

PLYMOUTH — After months of planning, downtown Plymouth, businesses and residents are now able to connect to a free Wi-Fi service within the business district.
Friday, Mayor Mark Senter, Marshall County Economic Development Director Jennifer Laurent, and PIDCO (Plymouth Industrial Development Corporation) representative Mark Gidley held a short press conference at Java Trail where they demonstrated the new service.
In 2011, several stakeholders contracted with DC Tech Solutions, a local Plymouth based IT firm, to deploy WiFi connectivity to most of the downtown in a few short months.

OD grad cheers with Purdue at national championship

January 23, 2012

HAMLET — Oregon-Davis grad and current Purdue sophomore Kelsey Minix recently returned from the 2012 UCA College Cheerleading national championship at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Minix, who competed in Florida her junior and senior year of high school and her freshman year of college at Indiana University Bloomington, said that this year's event was especially challenging as it was her first time competing on a coed team.
"We were in Division I, and it was the hardest division down there," said Minix. "I wasn't used to going up against so many other schools on a coed team."

January 20th

Bittersweet home match: Goodbye seniors, goodbye pool

January 20, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Thurs-day night marked the end of swim competition in the Plymouth High School pool. After more than 35 years of use, the pool has become in disrepair and is scheduled to be closed forever.
Head Swim Coach Leanne Senter said, “Tonight’s meet will be bittersweet,” adding she has been coaching swim teams for 10 years and is in her seventh year as the head coach, and fourth as diving coach. “I’ve seen a lot of kids grow up in this pool and it’s just like home to us.”

After-school program teaches fitness, healthy habits

January 20, 2012

PLYMOUTH — For the kids in the Adventures after School program at Fitness Forum, afternoons aren’t just for hanging out and relaxing in front of the TV.
“We try to get them doing some kind of (physical) activity when they are here with us,” said Julie Stauffer, who co-leads the group with husband Rich Stauffer.

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