June 14th, 2013
Am Legion baseball
Spyders open Terre Haute tourney with shutout loss
The Diamond Spyders recorded just one hit against Terre Haute Post 346â€™s Damon Olds, and Plymouth Post 27 opened the Terre Haute American Legion Baseball Tournament with a 2-0 loss on Thursday.
W. Lynn Stayton
June 28, 1940 - June 7, 2013
PLYMOUTH â€”Â W. Lynn Stayton, age 72, of Plymouth, passed away at 11:52 a.m., Friday, June 7, 2013, at Memorial Hospital, in South Bend.Â
Mary K. Carpenter Mosher
Sept. 18, 1921 - June 1, 2013
WEATHERFORD, Texas â€”Â Mary K. Carpenter Mosher died peacefully in her sleep on June 1, 2013, in Weatherford, Texas. She was born in Plymouth, on Sept. 18, 1921, and was also a former resident of Rochester. She graduated from Plymouth High School and attended St. Maryâ€™s College, Notre Dame.
FRANKLIN â€” Tritonâ€™s senior top flighters went out in style at Wednesdayâ€™s state finals.
Senior boys complete sweep
The Indiana Senior All-Stars completed their sweep of the Indiana Junior All-Stars with a 133-111 victory at Tipton High School Wednesday.
The seniors knocked down 16-of-31 3-pointers led by Zak Irvinâ€™s 5-of-7 from deep and got 63 points off the bench compared to 40 by the juniors en route to the win, which followed a 106-95 victory Monday at Sullivan High School.
PLYMOUTH - With severe weather on the horizon, local emergency personnel were working to make sure residents had adequate warning.
All warning sirens in the county are triggered by the central 9-1-1 dispatch at the Marshall County Jail. Each community also has the ability to trigger the sirens when they deem necessary without triggering the others.
CULVER â€” Culver Community High School is looking for coaches for the next school year. The school is seeking head coaches for cross country and softball as well as a varsity assistant football coach. All are paid positions.
Please contact Culver Athletic Director Andy Thomas at 574-842-3391 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
PLYMOUTH - Marshall County will have a new canner of low acidic foods.
Homer Kuhn of 6A Road in Plymouth came before the Marshall County Board of Zoning Appeals to seek a variance of use for a business to produce and can low acidic foods for distribution.
Kuhn told the BZA that he had attended classes at Purdue to meet requirements for the business and meet Food and Drug Administration requirements for the business.
PLYMOUTH - Progress continues to be made towards a revived Whitley Products in Plymouth and the Plymouth Common Council rewarded that effort by continuing a tax abatement for the emerging new company.
The abatement came before the Council two weeks ago and questionâ€™s arose over whether the equipment that the abatement had been awarded to was still even part of the company inventory. Talks with officials at Whitley and further investigation by the city has determined that the equipment is indeed still in the Plymouth plant.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Did you hear it? That collective sigh of relief when the massive storm front blew through Marshall County Wednesday night with little damage and few power outages.
While there were reports of funnel clouds, golf ball to tennis ball size hail, torrential winds and numerous lightning strikes, emergency management officials reported no major power disruptions or damage from the first wave of storms which came through between 7 - 8 p.m. or in the subsequent waves which followed into the early morning hours.