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November 24th

Good Karma

November 24, 2014

From one generation to the next Karma Records has opened it's doors to thousands of customers since opening in October 26th 1990.
Tom Sampson and his wife Juli were trying to figure our what path they would take in life 24 years ago. Sampson's love for music led him to the idea of opening up a record store, since Plymouth didn't have one.

2014 IASP Principal of the Year

November 24, 2014

Plymouth High School Principal, James Condon, received the 2014 Principal of the Year award Sunday from the Indiana Association of Schools and Principals. Condon had previously been named the District 2 High School Principal winner. On Sunday during a special recognition dinner, Condon was awarded the State of Indiana High School Principal of the Year award.

Lady Pilgrims stay unbeaten vs Valpo

November 24, 2014

PLYMOUTH — In an early season “measuring stick” game Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims measured up admirably with a 56-50 win over Valparaiso on Saturday night.
It was a complete game for Plymouth, who has shown a propensity for defensive intensity, but showed the ability to add some offensive firepower to the mix when necessary. In spite of being pleased at his team’s effort coach Dave Duncan knows that more work can be done if the team is to reach its season goals.

November 21st

Alco store in Knox closing forever

November 21, 2014

Alco Store in the Knox Mall will soon be closing its doors forever.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Dallas Texas approved an order this week that authorized three liquidators to to oversee the “going out of business” sales for each of Alcos 198 stores: Great American Group LLC, Tiger Capital Group LLC and SB Capital Group LLC will arrange for the sale of more than 260 million dollars of inventory, beginning Friday, Nov. 21.
In October, Alco Stores filed Chapter 11 protection in the Northern District of Texas federal bankruptcy court.
Locally, sales will start at five to 30 percent off.

Pilgrims edge out Triton, 36-35

November 21, 2014

BOURBON — It may have been a “pink” game for breast cancer awareness but the true color was the black and blue of defense in a Plymouth win over Triton in girls basketball action, 36-35.
An uncharacteristically poor night shooting by both teams coupled with an equally uncharacteristically poor night at the line by the Lady Pilgrims kept the scoring low and played directly into the game plan of Adam Heckaman and his Lady Trojans.

November 20th

Second bomb threat received at Culver Comm. High School

November 20, 2014

Culver town marshal Wayne Bean confirmed Thursday night that the second bomb threat in two days has been received noted at Culver Community High School.

As was the case Wednesday afternoon, a hand-written note in one of the boys' restrooms at the school was discovered Thursday after school, according to Bean, who contacted the Culver Citizen from the school building around 10:30 p.m., where police are searching the building and planning to bring a bomb-sniffing dog. School officials are also on the scene or in communication with police, Bean affirmed.

Railroad crossing signals

November 20, 2014

Over the course of the night the railroad crossing at Garro and Second Street, in Plymouth, warning signal was activated but there was no train. This morning the railroad crossing at Lake Avenue is doing the same thing. Plymouth Police Department is aware of the situation and has contacted the railroad about the signal. The railroad is looking into the situation and hopes to have it resolved soon.
Drivers are urged to use caution in the area.

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November 19th

Culver Comm. High School evacuated after bomb threat

November 19, 2014

A bomb threat was identified at the Culver Community High School around 1 p.m. Wednesday, with students, faculty, and staff evacuated immediately thereafter.

Culver Community Schools superintendent Dr. Vicki McGuire told the Culver Citizen that a handwritten note on the stall in a boys' restroom said a bomb was in the building. A custodian confirmed the note had not been there the night before, so safety procedures were initiated and students evacuated.

INDOT prepares for winter

November 19, 2014

The Indiana Department of Transportation has spent the warmer months preparing for winter weather, including that forecast this weekend. Now it’s time to do your part ahead of Winter Weather Preparedness Week this Nov. 16 through 22.
“INDOT urges drivers to dust off their winter driving habits before snow or ice leads to a crash or slide off,” said INDOT Commissioner Karl Browning. “This means planning extra travel time and allowing a safe distance between cars, especially our plow trucks. Remember, if the roads are blocked, plows cannot get through.”
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PLYMOUTH — In an early season “measuring stick” game Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims measured up admirably...
BOURBON — It may have been a “pink” game for breast cancer awareness but the true color was the...
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