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May 25th, 2011

Want to play with the trains at the Culver Academies Museum & Gift Shop? Special Open House May 31

May 25, 2011

The community is invited to an open house to view The Culver Academies Museum & Gift Shop's new working model train layout Tuesday, May 31, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Present will be Academies senior Lawrence Dann-Fenwick, a Lake Forest, Ill. native, four year senior, and the current Unit Commander of Troop B, began work on the layout last November as part of his senior service project at the school.

The 4.5 by 6 foot layout is a tribute to that used by the student train club for nearly 40 years, located under the school's dining

Police raid house on corner of 12B and Tamarack Rd.

May 25, 2011

Police arrived at approximately 7:45 a.m. Wednesday. More information to follow with police report.

Triton unseats No. 5 Westville

May 25, 2011

BOURBON — After Westville ace Ashley Henrich shut out Triton in last year’s sectional championship game, the Trojans knew what they were up against.
On Tuesday, they were ready.
Triton batters took an aggressive approach at the plate and on the bags, and the Trojans surprised Henrich and the Blackhawks with 15 hits, earning a 9-6 upset of No. 5 Westville in a Sectional 51 semifinal at home. The win was a reprisal for last year’s final, when the Blackhawks handed their hosts a 7-0 win for the school’s first-ever championship.

South Central dimes Argos at Triton tourney

May 25, 2011

BOURBON — Argos fell behind early and never recovered in a 12-2 Triton Sectional loss to South Central Tuesday.

Neer knocks down regional records at Bremen track tourney

May 25, 2011

BREMEN — A fluky timing glitch created a 45-minute delay at the Bremen Girls Track Regional Tuesday.
Culver Girls Academy senior Waverly Neer tried her hardest to put the meet back on schedule.
Seeded faster than the state standard in the 1600 and 3200, Neer blistered the field and the regional record in both races to qualify for the state finals.
Altogether, eight area athletes advanced to the June 4 state finals at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex at Indiana University, Bloomington.

Guess who's coming to dinner?

May 25, 2011

LAKEVILLE — Guess who’s coming to dinner?
Every Sunday, the 35 (to be 36 in June) members of Dale and Betty (Peregrine) Cox’s family come to supper at their home on Walnut Hill Drive in Lakeville.
It’s a tradition that promises to continue. Someone has a birthday every month so there is generally a cake and a party. Everybody brings a dish so it isn’t so much work for Betty. Actually — work for Dale. He loves to cook. He has a bunch of favorite recipes and he cooks for friends too. One Thanksgiving. he prepared 38 turkeys for friends.

Robert Hugh Barcus Sr.

May 25, 2011

Robert Hugh Barcus Sr.
May 22, 2011
ARGOS — Robert Hugh Barcus Sr., 62, of Argos passed away May 22, 2011 at 5:49 p.m. at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth following a sudden illness.
He was born Aug. 2, 1948 in Plymouth to Charles and Evalena (Howard) Barcus. He lived almost his entire life in Marshall County, residing in Argos since 1978.
July 15, 1972 he married Darlene Wallace.
He worked for Shamrock Homes in Plymouth from 1978 to 2011, having just recently retired.
He graduated from Plymouth High School with the class of 1968.

May 24th

Johnny Appleseed to appear at Yellow River Festival

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — This year’s Yellow River Festival will feature a special guest: Johnny Appleseed.
Playing the mythical pioneer is Steve McPhail, who entertains and educates as Johnny Appleseed throughout the region. At the festival, people can expect to see the colorful character in full costume, which McPhail points out does not include a tin pot on his head.

Tower space lease on the table for board

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth's Board of Public Works and Safety will consider Internet possibilities for the city.
Space on both city water towers and the Plymouth Fire Department tower were opened to companies to provide proposals for use.
City Attorney Nelson Chipman reported that Fourway Computer Products, D.C. Tech, Frontier and Northern Indiana Tech Inc. were provided with specifications and invitations to bid on the space.
Fourway and D.C. Tech Solutions provided proposals for the space to the board.

Ordinance proposes city employee raise

May 24, 2011

PLYMOUTH — While ordinances presented to the Plymouth Common Council on first reading don't bring much discussion, city employees will be happy to know that the council did make a few comments on this year's salary ordinance.
City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the ordinance to the council and said that it did include a maximum 3 percent raise for city employees. If approved, it would be the first raise for city workers since 2009.

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