Week in Review

Staff Writer

Soccer complex moves forward

The soccer complex planning for John Glenn High School is on schedule as Robert Aloi of Territorial Engineering appeared to give a brief update on the preliminary stages of the project at their June 4 meeting.

LaVille celebrates 85 graduates

LaVille Jr./Sr. High School sent 85 new high school graduates into the world Saturday morning, June 6, with a brief commencement ceremony.

Plymouth Plan Commission discusses city ordinances

Overgrown weeds, unkempt lawns and refuse littering yards in the community were the subjects on the hot plate at the latest meeting of the Plymouth Plan Commission (PPC).

Riverside celebrates second ‘Relay for Life’ fundraising event

This year Relay for Life will celebrate its 30th year of helping the American Cancer Society save more than 400 lives a day.

Area schools busing out of district students

Area public schools continue to look for ways to balance their budgets, which is no small feat with dwindling dollars for many school districts due to state and federal funding cuts, reallocation of funds throughout the state, and lower local tax collections.

Busy night for the BPWS

The Board of Public Works and Safety (BPWS) met to discuss important updates from around the city that are leaving an impact for Plymouth at their June 8 meeting.

City council commends code enforcement efforts

The Common Council held a short meeting June 8 for cleanup items around the city.

Regional Cities Initiative gets green from council

A new partnership was officially formed Monday morning at the Marshall County Council meeting.

Earthworks ‘Farm Animals - Wild Animals’ program

What little kid doesn’t love to learn about animals?

Murray models designer jewelry for international magazine

Plymouth resident, Samantha Murray was recently offered the exciting opportunity to do a photo shoot for a popular jewelry designer who’s line they carry in the store she manages here in Plymouth.

Bourbon cemeteries will receive TLC thanks to Destination Imagination

Cemeteries aren’t known for being lively places, but local volunteers are trying to spruce up Bourbon’s cemeteries with a little TLC.

Wooden Peel, best pizza in county

The voters have spoken and Bremen’s own Wooden Peel has the best pizza in Marshall County.

Runway project progressing

The Runway and Taxiway Project appears to be flying smooth and with little turbulence into its third week.

Don’t fear the water, learn to swim for fun and exercise

“Swimming is a lifeskill that can save your life.”

Bourbon town council receives updates from Triton

The Bourbon Town Council received updates and new information from Triton School Corporation Superintendent, Donna Burroughs, as well as updates from Marshall County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) Executive Director, Jerry Chavez, during Tuesday evening’s meeting.

Getting ‘Back to Natural’ one serving at a time

Exercise and diet go hand in hand when talking about health. But it’s not just the food that we consume, but what the building blocks in the food is doing for us.

Bremen man sentenced to six years, more

Bremen resident Fabian Rubio was sentenced during his June 10 hearing for the plea agreement put forth by the prosecution.

Still going and growing

It’s not often that a company can celebrate a multi-decade birthday, but this year, Plymouth’s J.C. Penney turned 88.

County BZA approves standing buildings to be used as businesses

The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) was busy handling business requests at their June 9 meeting.

Residents granted approvals for variances

The Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) made decisions in favor of residences at their June 9 meeting.

Color Run for Freedom Park registration open

You’re running through a station as wild, laughing volunteers douse you in bright vibrant colors as your feet pound the ground, onto the next section of the journey.

Vacant buildings in LaPaz a concern for town government

Government leaders in LaPaz want the small town to grow and thrive.

Wrestling for Wounded Warriors

Get ready to rumble and cheer at the first Wounded Warriors Wrestling event on June 20.

Creativity comes alive at Plymouth Public Library’s art class

The library was filled with budding artists filled with creative energy on Thursday, June 11.

Bourbon Farmer’s Market open Saturdays

It was a great morning at Bourbon Farmers’ Market with Cubby Buddy’s Barbecue, Megan Semonis, Mary Miller and more.