Week in Review

Staff Writer

Reaching the goal: College Goal Sunday

Over 50 people gathered at the recent College Goal Sunday event, held by Ancilla College over the weekend.

African Performing Artist plans visit to town

Wild Rose Moon in Plymouth is offering a very unique opportunity this coming Saturday Feb. 28 to study with one of the famous names in African dance, Marilyse Dogbo-Burton.

Speedway robber arrested

On Feb. 22 at 3:45 a.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report from an employee of the Speedway Gas Station located on N. Michigan St. in Plymouth regarding a robbery that had just taken place there.

Argos takes a closer look at solar energy

A new solar energy farm near Argos was a topic of discussion at the regular Argos Town Council meeting Wednesday.

20 years of grooming

Care and compassion have marked the service at Addies Grooming for 20 years.

Argos school plans for future

Plans are under way for Argos to aggressively promote its school system.

Heartland makes a move to new space

Toasting and celebration was in order at the recent opening for the Heartland Artist’s Gallery grand opening.

‘Plymouth Positive’ theme for State of the City address

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter delivered his seventh State of the City address last night at the Common Council meeting in front of a full house.

Wear red for public education

The staff at Plymouth Schools are showing their support for public education by wearing red every Friday in February.

Bremen school Superintendent talks about I-STEP testing

It is no secret that the state I-STEP+ test (Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress – Plus) has been a bone of contention.

Groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for Ancilla’s residence hall

Join Ancilla College in its new adventure 4 p.m. March 10 on 9B Road to witness groundbreaking on two buildings.

Multiple departments open bids for new vehicles

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety held their regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall Monday evening.

Ancilla changes tuition to yearly flat rates

The Ancilla College Board of Trustees voted Feb. 23 to have a flat, fixed tuition rate of $14,100 per year.

Saving the butterflies

Butterflies, particularly Monarch Butterflies, are an integral part of the ecosystem towards pollinating plants.

Teen dating violence month comes to an end

February has been designated as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.

Graduation rates released from IDOE

Focusing on helping Hoosier students graduate from high school has seemingly paid off. According to a release by the IDOE (Indiana Department of Education) on Wednesday, the graduation rate for the 2013-2014 school year jumped from 89.8 percent, up from 88.6 percent the year before.

Talking about building a bog and carnivorous plants

Insects that feed on plants may need to be wary of the bog garden growing at MoonTree Studios.

Brown bag lunch series returns to Marshall County Historical Society Museum

The 2015 Brown Bag Lunch Series at the Marshall County Museum will kick-off on March 13 with guest speaker, Kurt Garner who will give a presentation titled, “History of the Izaak Walton League and WPA in Marshall County.”

‘Peter Pan’ comes to life on the stage at LaVille High School

Follow the second start to the right and head straight on to LaVille Jr. Sr. High School for their upcoming rendition of “Peter Pan”.

Plymouth native, author, songwriter, releases new book

The third time’s the charm as Plymouth-born musician and author Brett Wiscons will release his third novel March 2, 2015.

Eagle Scout project complete to honor service members

Service is more than giving time, but the dedication and energy behind that motivation.

LaPaz search warrant results in four arrests

Indiana State Police served a search warrant at a LaPaz home on Wednesday.

Argos Video Store moves

The Argos Video Store, a longtime fixture of downtown Argos, started a new chapter this week as they moved to their new address, one block south of their previous location.