November 25th, 2011
LaVille earns 1st win
LaVille earned its first win of the basketball season Tuesday, handing host Elkhart Christian a 58-18 rout.
The Lady Lancers held Elkhart Christian to six points in the first half â€”Â including a single point in the second frame â€” en route to the road win.
Hannah Herbster led the Lady Lancers in scoring with 12 points, while Jesse Feitz also finished in double digits with 10, and both Amanda Carbiener and McKenzie Leed chipped in nine.
Elkhart Christian was led by six points from Hailey Fultz.
Police are seeking 24 year old Roy Bell in connection with a Leiters Ford area murder and robbery. Last night, police apprehended two of three suspects during an evening manhunt.
Jason Miller, 34, of Plymouth, and William Scroggs, 25, of Delong were arrested last night.
Downtown Plymouth Christmas tree lighting will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday, in front of City Center at 114 N. Michigan St. Christmas music will be provided by members of the PHS choir. Santa will arrive on the fire truck at 5:45 and there will be free carriage rides from 6-8 p.m. next to the Marshall County Museum on Garro St. The museum will also have their trains running. Santa will be at the fire station after the tree lighting for hot chocolate and cookies.
PLYMOUTH â€” Staff at Michiana Behavorial Health Center decided to evacuate the building early Wednesday morning when a gas leak was suspected. They turned off the gas to the building and called NIPSCO and the Plymouth Fire Department. Fire personnel and NIPSCO arrived at the scene around the same time, but it is unclear if a gas leak actually occurred.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Fire Department was called to a house fire at 407 Miner Street Tuesday evening, just before 7 p.m. Fire chief Andy Metsker reported later that the accidental fire caused damage to an upstairs bedroom and the roof above it. No one was injured, and the fire was extinguished by 8:25 p.m.
Emma Heller bows her head to give thanks during the first grade feast at Bremen Elementary-Middle School Tuesday.
Downtown Plymouth's annual Christmas tree lighting celebration is Friday, November 25 at 5:30 p.m.
Christmas music provided by All Pro DJâ€™s and members of the PHS choir. Santa will arrive at 5:45 in front of the City Center building at 114 N. Michigan St. Free carriage rides from 6-8 p.m. next to MC Museum on Garro Street. Marshall County Museum will have the trains running starting at 6 p.m. Join Santa at the fire station after the tree lighting for hot chocolate and cookies.
This week, watch Fred Kaylor attempt a difficult shot in order to win a car at a recent girls basketball game.
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PLYMOUTH â€” We are only about a week away from what is arguably the biggest shopping day of the year â€” Black Friday, followed closely by online shopping day Cyber Monday.