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Poultry Grand Champion’s efforts a family affair

August 7, 2013

ARGOS — It’s a family tradition.
You could call the Lemlers from Bourbon a real 4-H Family. Breanna — a 2013 grad of Triton along with siblings Bethany, 22, and Blake, 20 — were all successful veterans of the meat Poultry divisions of the Marshall County Fair. Fellow 4-H vet — father Tim Lemler — is the Poultry Superintendent.
One family 4-H goal — win grand champion in all four poultry divisions. With Breanna, that goal has finally come true.

Hard work on the playground

August 7, 2013

BOURBON — “It was a hot time in the old town tonight” last Saturday morning as administrators, teachers, parents, community volunteers, and students perspired together constructing the new modular playground unit at Triton Elementary School.
A total of 62 people turned out to complete the project in five hours or so. A “community build” is what this effort is called by Rich Sinclair, owner of Sinclair Recreation, the Indiana and Michigan manufacturer’s representative for Game Time Equipment, Inc.

Six reserves take oath to serve

August 4, 2013

BOURBON — It was both festive and serious Tuesday night as new reserve officers for the Bourbon Police Department were sworn in.
Family members were present as well as the Town Council members and well-wishers, honoring the new officers for their commitment and willingness to serve.
Bourbon police reserves are all volunteers with full-time jobs elsewhere. While their commitment to serve Bourbon in their free time is commendable, residents may not fully understand the elaborate interviewing and training process these recruits go through before they are ever seen in uniform.

Athletic policy change prompts heated exchange

August 4, 2013

BOURBON — Controversy flared as the Triton School Board met in regular session Monday evening. Two varsity coaches — Steve McBride, softball and Jack Carpenter, golf — expressed their opposition to the new athletic handbook policies approved at the June 10 school board meeting.
Their objections centered on the Board’s decision to apply the new rules, drafted and presented by Athletic Director Mason McIntyre, to three student athletes who are currently under sanctions from this year under the former policies.

Bourbon High School Alumni Association holds 118th meeting

July 23, 2013

BOURBON — The 118th meeting of the Bourbon High School Alumni Association was held in the Matchett Senior Center on Saturday, May 18 with 137 members and guests present. Greeters for the evening were Steve and Pat Shively, Patricia Severns Stewart; the hostess was Linda Grosvenor Metheny, and the prayer was given by Joe Sharpe, all from the class of 1963 which was the 50-year class.
The meal was prepared by the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and served by the Young Adults Class from the Pentecostal Church.

Bourbon Police Dept. completes Click It or Ticket mobilization

July 9, 2013

BOURBON — After a 17-day police mobilization, the 2013 Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign in the Bourbon area came to an end earlier this month as the Bourbon Police announced that 13 seat belt tickets, and child restraint citations were issued during the annual Memorial Day effort.

Triton announces registration schedule

July 9, 2013

BOURBON — The offices of Triton Elementary and Triton Jr./Sr. High School will be closed during the month of July for summer cleaning and maintenance. The offices will reopen Monday, July 29. Elementary office hours are 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Jr./Sr. High School office hours are 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. New students entering Triton Jr./Sr. High School should call 574-342-6505 to make an appointment to register. Textbooks are to be paid in full or a payment schedule must be established on these dates for both buildings.

Triton plans new parking lot, improved access

July 7, 2013

BOURBON — While constantly trying to upgrade its physical facilities, the Triton School Board approved a $107,000 improvement to the way handicapped students and the public access the jr./sr. high school.
The paving improvement was authorized at the regular school board meeting Monday.

Bourbon approves plan to hire fifth police officer

July 7, 2013

BOURBON — An ongoing issue of police staffing was settled last Tuesday at the regular meeting of the Bourbon Town Council. A recent resignation had prompted a consideration of whether or not to replace the full-time officer in the five-person department.

Triton school board reviewing athlete disciplinary policy

June 18, 2013

BOURBON — A rare insight into the workings of a school board was offered last Tuesday morning as the Triton School Board met in a public work session. Patrons who think the board is only concerned with legal liability issues for the corporation are mistaken as this Board is clearly concerned with the wellbeing of Triton students.

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