Week in Review

Staff Writer

Sounds of the Mediterranean coming to Culver

Encore Performing Arts of Plymouth, in collaboration with The Center at Donaldson, and the Marshall County Community Foundation are proud to present Baladino in a public concert.

Spring break ends with movie time

The cold spring break kept many families indoors for activities, but there was plenty of fun to be had.

The Moon fills up with peaceful tunes

Peace invaded Wild Rose Moon on Saturday.

Airport, finances and roads discussed by council

The Marshall County Council met on Monday to hear updates from the Plymouth Municipal Airport as well as Umbaugh & Associates regarding the Marshall County Comprehensive Financial Plan.

Flagg returns for birthday shows

Coming to the Memories Reception Hall on April 16 and 17 is Quentin Flagg, better known to many as “Q”.

Bremen increases recycling efforts

The Bremen Town Council meeting Monday night was a pleasing one at best.

Busy agenda for Plymouth BPWS included water, pedestrians, more

It was a busy agenda for the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Monday evening.

AWOS funding hits snag

The Plymouth Common Council reviewed the status of the weather station at Plymouth Municipal Airport during their regular meeting.

Indiana Composites opening in Bourbon

At a special press conference Tuesday, the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation announced Indiana Composites, LLC will be opening a new facility in Bourbon.

Student-led adoption program at WDA

Washington Discovery Academy (WDA) has partnered with the Marshall County Humane Society (MCHS) to feature a pet of the week up for adoption through a student organized Facebook page.

Tennis project $ amended by PCSC

The Plymouth School Board voted 4-0 during its meeting Tuesday to amend a contract and addendum with the Plymouth Park Department, along with a resolution to provide additional support for tennis facilities.

Habitat for Humanity to break ground on 18th home

Ground breaking will take place on the 18th home built by the Marshall County chapter of Habitat for Humanity on the west side of Bourbon this Sunday, April 17 at 2 p.m.

Titus family brings RVs to Plymouth

A new type of recreation has entered the county.

Hopeful state reps lay out plans, policies

Marshall County residents got another chance to meet the three candidates for state representative of Indiana’s 17th district at Bremen Public Library, which hosted a ‘Candidate Night’ for the hopeful representatives to meet the community, state their platforms and answer questions.

Election board preps for voters

With election day less than a month away, the Marshall County Election Board is busy getting the last minute preparations completed.

ABATE party approved by BZA

The local ABATE chapter appealed the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals for permission to use land on Upas Road for its annual fundraisier party Tuesday night.

PoP Winter Winds to compete at world contest

The Pride of Plymouth Winter Winds ensemble is competing on an international level this coming Saturday.

Grad rates, testing detailed

Cooper-ative agreements between colleges and Plymouth High School may be one of the major factors in more students pursuing higher education.

MCCF awards grants

The Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) announced the first round of 2016 grants from the Foundation’s Community Fund during an award ceremony Wednesday.

Committee talks new shop, grants, plans

The Plymouth Downtown Revitalization Committee met to discuss several issues surrounding the downtown at its Wednesday meeting.

6th-grader takes top honors

Leave it to children to turn tragedy in to triumph, which is what one St. Michael Catholic School’s student did at this year’s state science fair.

Board handles employment changes, lunch cost, more

The Triton School Board met to discuss various topics at its meeting Monday, April 11.