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3-way stop possible at Menominee Elementary

September 28, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Pending the approval of the Plymouth Schools, a three-way stop will be erected on Discovery Lane, directly across from the east entrance to Menominee Elementary School.

Cory Collins, who resides on Discovery Lane almost directly across from the entrance, appeared before the Board of Public Works and Safety on Monday night.
Collins said there is an unmanned crossing there where children cross daily. He said, “Cars just zip around the corner off Elm Street.”

Students learn about ecosystem; create book

September 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The second graders at Washington Elementary know a thing or two about their environment, and they are about to use that knowledge to publish a children’s book.

Mayoral candidates release platforms

September 27, 2011

Senter names top priorities for reelection

PLYMOUTH — Incumbent mayoral candidate Mark Senter released the following main topics for reelection.

Culver school board updated on iPads, budget

September 27, 2011

Members of Culver Community Schools’ board of trustees received an update on the iPad program for Middle and High School students at their Monday night meeting. In May, the trustees approved a contract with Apple for $150,000 to supply each student grades 7 through 12 with an iPad for use as a supplemental teaching tool. Albert Hanselman, administrator, introduced Cameron Turney to give the board members her unbiased opinion of the iPad.

Dems attend annual Jefferson Jackson dinner

September 26, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The annual Jefferson Jackson Democratic Dinner held Sunday night featured three speakers.
Speaking at the event were Brendan Mullen, 2nd Congressional District Democratic Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives; Nancy Dembowski, currently serving in the Indiana State House of Representatives; and Pete Buttigieg, Democratic candidate for Mayor of South Bend.
Mullen said, “What is needed is family, fellowship, hard work and service.”

Rainy ride raises funds for program

September 26, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Chilly weather complete with a downpour of rain on Saturday didn’t keep 60 motorcycle riders from participating in the 4th Annual Ride for “Shop with a Cop-Christmas for Kids.”
The ride started at Young Amphitheatre in Plymouth and took riders to Rochester, Bass Lake and then back to the American Legion hall in Plymouth. Following the ride, a meal and auction were held as well.
One of the organizers, Jeff Stewart said, “We can’t thank the community enough for their support in monetary and gift donations.”

Triplet saw nearly 5 decades of change in Culver's pharmacies

September 26, 2011

Culver resident Jean Triplet may represent the last local link to the bygone days of small-town pharmacies, so well remembered by many here. After 49 years in the business, Triplet has retired from CVS Pharmacy in Culver, though her earliest years behind the drug-store counter were at beloved local pharmacy Mr. T's.

Culver council won’t weigh in on wind farm controversy

September 23, 2011

Culver's town council has dropped any plans to hear from the Florida-based energy company propsing a wind farm in the Fulton and Marshall County area, after members cited too many differences of opinion to hope to reach a resolution on the matter.
Discussing a suggestion made by some audience members the council's previous meeting, that the council should take a position on the controversial project, council member Ed Pinder said members discussed the matter.

Pink fundraising a success

September 23, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The baked goods were already selling out.
Pink cupcakes, cookies, rice crispies, and other sugary treats covered a table near the entrance of the Plymouth soccerplex Thursday night. Stacy Scheetz, faculty organizer for Plymouth High School’s Operation Leadership group, cautioned spectators entering the stadium to buy before there was nothing left.
The bake sale was part of Operation Leadership’s weeklong efforts to raise money for the Nancy Jaynes memorial scholarship. Jaynes was a teacher at PHS for 30 years before passing away due to breast cancer in 2008.

Lauck interim for LaVille

September 23, 2011

LAKEVILLE — The Union-North United School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Julie Lauck as interim Superintendent.
Lauck will officially begin with the corporation Oct. 3 to coincide with the departure of current Superintendent Dr. Terry Barker.
Barker was recently named as Superintendent of School City of Mishawaka.
Lauck, who resides in New Carlisle, will be working with the Union-North Corporation three days per week, but will also be available for any pressing matters that should arise.

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