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September 21st, 2011

Disney named district I superintendent of the year

September 21, 2011

 Dr. Steven C. Disney Jr. named District I Superintendent of the Year
 
HAMLET – Dr. Steven C. Disney Jr., superintendent of Oregon-Davis School Corporation, was chosen by members of the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents as the 2012 District I Superintendent of the Year.

September 20th

Pioneer Drive to open today

September 20, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Drivers will be able to leave behind the detours starting Tuesday afternoon as the new Pioneer Drive will be open for business starting in the afternoon.
Ronnie Wireman, construction engineer for DLZ overseeing the project for Marshall County, made the announcement by email to county officials and the media Monday morning.
“I am pleased to inform you that we are planning to open Pioneer Drive to traffic on Tuesday at approximately 3:30 p.m.,” Wireman said.
While the road will be open to traffic there will still be a few items to finish up to complete the project.

Community introduced to Stone Creek Homes

September 20, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The phrase on the business card of Dave Ferguson, President & CEO of Stone Creek Homes, is more than just a catch phrase. It is a vision that Ferguson lives by.
During the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday morning for the manufacturing plant, Ferguson said, “This is an opportunity to pay forward.” He added, “I’m here by choice.”

Part 5 of 5: The future of technology; expectations for the next few years

September 20, 2011

“Books still have their place — they will always have their place,” said Lincoln Jr. High School principal Dan Funston.
However, after going to computers for every student this year, area schools say that they expect to keep up with ever-changing technology.
Schools have a three or four-year lease with Apple, after which they can choose to keep the computers they have — or go with a new technology.
“I see us continuing to stay current and teach the kids these skills,” said Funston. “We are going to remain at the front of teaching our kids technology skills.”

September 19th

Female inmate pronounced dead

September 19, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Marshall County Sheriff's Department reports that a 35-year-old female inmate was declared dead at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth at approximately 5 a.m. Monday from an apparent medical event.
The death is being investigated by the Indiana State Police, Marshall County coroner, and the sheriff's department.
A further release is forthcoming from the coroner's office as further information becomes available.

September 17th

Michael Jackson impersonator kicks off concert series

September 17, 2011

The 2011-2012 Huffington Concert Series at Culver Academies kicks off Thursday, September 29 with Michael Jackson impersonator Joby Rogers' "The Ultimate Michael Experience," a journey through the music and dancing of "the king of pop" as impersonated by Rogers, who was chosen by Jackson himself as the top finalist in a contest against 116 other impersonators.

September 16th

Part 4 of 5: Concerns for parents—how to monitor your child's usage; what's your financial responsibility?

September 16, 2011

How can parents be sure that their children are doing what they are supposed to with their school-provided computer? After all, the “Internet generation” was so named for a reason: they tend to be more technology-inclined than their parents. The fact has not gone unaddressed by area schools.
“We are giving (students) a device to take home that could be harmful to them,” said Culver Community High School principal Albert Hanselman.
Now that one-to-one allows students to take their computers home, parents may experience some worry about how to monitor their child’s computer time.

August Little 500 Go-Cart race coming next year?

September 16, 2011

PLYMOUTH — If things continue to keep falling in place, Plymouth could be the site of a Little 500 Go-Cart race in August of next year.
FOP Lodge 195 has been researching the possibility of holding go-cart races in the downtown area. It has been more than 15 years since that type of race was held here.
Heading up the initial fact finding on the particulars of what a race would entail are FOP members Joe Reed and Phil Scott. Reed has made trips to various towns in and out of the state to observe races and meet with promoters.

September 15th

Park board debates restroom placement in historic structure, ending swimming fees

September 15, 2011

Debate arose last week over whether to convert part of the 1880s-era railroad waiting station turned picnic pavilion at the town park into public restrooms, at the monthly meeting of the Culver Parks and Recreation board. Discussion ensued last Wednesday evening after park director Kelly Young outlined hoped-for projects in the coming months and year for the park following finalization of its budget in October or November.

Biggest Loser contestant visits Plymouth for health fair

September 15, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Marci Crozier, Biggest Loser season 11 contestant, will be the keynote speaker at the LifePlex community health fair Sept. 21. She will be speaking on women’s health and sharing some of her experiences from the show beginning at 6 p.m.
Crozier is only one of the many speakers scheduled for the day, which begins at 7 a.m. and goes until 7 p.m. The free community event is designed to get residents interested in pursuing a more fit lifestyle.

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