September 19th, 2014
BREMEN â€” Bremen evened its NSC record at 3-3 with a 4-1 home victory over Triton in boys tennis on Thursday.
Bremenâ€™s singles winners were Krent Hueni (over Jared Fisher 7-6 (5), 6-3) and Bryce Devin (over Gavin Eads 7-6 (5), 6-4).
Tritonâ€™s Mace Eads was victorious in singles, defeating Zac Burkholder (6-1, 46-, 7-6 (5)).
Bremen took both doubles matches thanks to Austin Ingle/Ryker Handâ€™s win over Austin Sellers/Alex Eib (6-2, 6-4) and Chandler Snyder/Carter Filchakâ€™s victory over Spencer Glingle/Ben Waggoner (7-6 (9), 6-4).
Glenn to hold second annual Lady Falcon Golf Outing
WALKERTON â€” On Saturday Sept. 27, the second annual Lady Falcon Golf Outing will take place at Whispering Pines Golf Course in Walkerton.
The event raises money for the schoolâ€™s girls basketball program and John Glenn High Schoolâ€™s scholarships.
The event will also feature a Hole-in-One Challenge where if you hit a hole-in-one on the chosen hole, youâ€™ll win a car.
The four-person scramble costs $50 per person or $200 per foursome, which includes green fees, cart, food, drinks and prizes.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The Bourbon Veterinary Clinic has teamed up with the Marshall County Humane Society for a rabies clinic Saturday Sept. 20.
"The reason there hasn't been a rabies epidemic is because rabies vaccines are required by Indiana state law," said Marshall County Humane Society Director Nancy Cox. "This clinic is not designed to replace regular veterinary care; it is for people that need a little help getting their pet up to date on their shots."
ARGOS â€” A request from Argos Police Chief Rodney Rudd to apply for a Humvee from the US military was turned down by a one-vote margin Wednesday night.
Rudd noted that the vehicle would not need to be painted police colors making it a â€śsquad vehicle,â€ť but that it could be a neutral color and therefore used by all town departments.
Opposition by two town residents present caused a heated discussion to ensue.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” The 2006 jail bond refinancing hit a snag when the Preliminary Official Statement (POS) failed to be distributed on time.
That snag held up the agenda during the Marshall County Holding Companyâ€™s Board of Directors meeting on Monday morning. The board had anticipated ratifying the sale of the bonds but was unable to do so because the POS hadnâ€™t been distributed.
According to County Attorney James Clevenger the POS is expected to be distributed yet this week.
PLYMOUTH â€” The new Christmas Tree in River Park Square did not fare well after last winter and had to be removed.
The Urban Forest and Flower Committee met for their regular meeting on Wednesday to decide the fate of the Christmas Tree. Committee members discussed the tree that died and what they could do to prevent the same thing from happening again.
Ruth Mae Gordon
April 20, 1916 - Sept. 15, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Ruth Mae Gordon, 98, of Plymouth; and formerly of the Argos community, entered her eternal life on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 at 5:58 p.m. surrounded by her family, at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center â€“ Plymouth following a short illness.
She was born April 20, 1916 in Rutland to Frank Orange and Hallie (Lowry) Cowen. She had lived most of her adult life in the Argos community.
On Feb. 16, 1936 in Culver she married Walter Lyman Gordon; he preceded in death April 13, 1998.
Howard E. Calmus
April 11, 1927 - Sept. 16, 2014
LAKEVILLE â€” Howard E. Calmus, 87, of Lakeville passed away at 6:56 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 at Memorial Hospital, South Bend, surrounded by his daughters. He was born on April 11, 1927 in Brookfield, Ill. to the late Clarence J. and Viola (Kust) Calmus. Howard was united in marriage to the former Beverly Jean Singleton on June 6, 1948 in South Bend.
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The Marshall County Safety Commission will meet on September 23. Below is their proposed agenda for the meeting.
Marshall County Safety Commission
September 23, 2014 (date change)
Plymouth Community School Corporation Board Room
1.0 OPENING AND PURPOSE
3.0 SUPERINTENDENTâ€™S CONTRIBUTIONS
4.0 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
5.0 EMERGENCY PLANNING CONTRIBUTIONS
6.0 MARSHALL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
7.0 COUNTY SHERIFF CONTRIBUTIONS
8.0 MARSHALL COUNTY SCHOOL SAFETY COMMITTEE
10.0 NEXT MEETING