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LJH places first in nation in anti-bullying contest

March 19, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Back in November, when Lincoln Jr. High School teacher Amy Gerard had her students enter a contest using the online program Bullying Academy, she had no way of knowing that they would place first in the nation based on their test scores after going through the unit's content. But they did, and Friday the school held a celebration complete with a pizza party and a visit from Dr. Tony Bennett, head of Indiana Department of Education.

Restricted traffic on Pierce Street starting Tuesday

March 19, 2012

PLYMOUTH — NIPSCO will be installing a gas main on Pierce Street from Michigan Street to Walnut Street beginning Tuesday and continuing for approximately 10 days. During this time, traffic on Pierce Street will be restricted in the westbound lane.

Weekend crash sends 5 to hospital

March 19, 2012

BOURBON — Toby Grose, 40, of Elkhart was traveling eastbound on U.S. 30 approaching Beech Road Saturday afternoon when his vehicle was struck by Coleen Gallinger-Miller, 33, of Bourbon, who was traveling northbound on Beech Road. Both vehicles came to rest in the median following the collision. Five people from both of the vehicles were transported to Kosciusko Community Hospital in Warsaw and treated for minor injuries. The accident is still under investigation by the Marshall County Sheriff's Department.

Culver in the spotlight for stage, movie legend Holbrook

March 17, 2012

--Autobiography emphasizes impact of CMA--

With the possible exception of legendary New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, few graduates of Culver Military Academy have acheived the legendary status of Hal Holbrook. And like the late Steinbrenner, Holbrook has never hesitated to sing the praises of the school, even
describing his beloved grandfather’s insistence that he attend
Culver Military Academy as “saving my life.”

Riverside celebrates 'watch' status

March 16, 2012

PLYMOUTH — It was a day of celebration at Riverside as the school was officially named a “School to Watch” in the state of Indiana.
Dignitaries including the Indiana State Superintendent of Public Education Dr. Tony Bennett were on hand at the school to celebrate the naming of Riverside as a School to Watch - an honor that has responsibilities attached to it.

Death penalty sought for Bell in death of Leiters Ford area woman

March 16, 2012

A death sentence request has been filed in the case of Roy Bell, one of three area men accused in the shooting death of Wilma Upsall near Leiters Ford in November.

Fulton County Prosecutor Rick Brown filed the death penalty request in Fulton County Superior Court Wednesday.

Arson cause of Depot fire; reward offered

March 16, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Liberty Street Depot fire has been determined arson, and there is a $5,000 reward for information leading to arrest of the suspect(s) involved in the half-million dollar loss.
The Plymouth Fire Department, Chief Investigator John Pasley, along with the combined efforts of the Plymouth Police Department and the Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office, is continuing a fire investigation into the cause of the fire, located at 301 S. Liberty, Plymouth, at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, March 10.

National Players’ ‘Of Mice and Men’ onstage in Culver Thursday

March 14, 2012

This Thursday, March 15, Culver Academies’ Eppley Auditorium will host the National Players’ stage rendition of the John Steinbeck classic, “Of Mice and Men,” starting at 7:30 p.m.

“Now celebrating its 63rd anniversary season,” notes the Players’ website (www.nationalplayers.org), “National Players has earned a distinctive place in American theatre by...(introducing) audiences to great works of dramatic literature that are rich in exciting stories and characters, and profound in language and themes.

Event planned for School of Inquiry students, parents

March 14, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The School of Inquiry will host a welcome ice cream social for all students who have enrolled in the school and their parents Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The ice cream social will be held in the Plymouth High School cafeteria. In addition to having ice cream and having time to meet and socialize with other students and their parents, the event will give parents an opportunity to meet the staff for next year, see a model of the future school space, and hear about how parents can partner with the school.

Public information meeting scheduled at OD

March 14, 2012

HAMLET — OD-EDPAC (Oregon-Davis Educational Political Action Committee) will be holding a public information meeting at OD High School gymnasium March 20 at 6 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to explain the tax levy that was recently proposed to Starke County Commissioners.
The funding problem for OD began with the recent changes at the state level on how school funding is calculated.
Oregon-Davis School Corporation Superintendent Steven Disney explained their current financial situation to the county commissioners at their recent meeting.

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