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June 7th, 2011

George H. Howard

June 7, 2011

George H. Howard
Nov. 14, 1938-June 4, 2011
PLYMOUTH — George H. Howard, 72, of 17291 West 4B Road, Plymouth, passed away Saturday, June 4, 2011, at his home.
He was born Nov. 14, 1938, in Goose Rock, Ky., to George and Mary (Henson) Howard. George and Loretta Jackson were married June 13, 1958, in Adrian, Mich. They moved to the Marshall County area in 1965. George was a truck driver and mechanic. He was a proud member of the National Rifle Association. His passion, for the last few years, was attending many gun shows. 

Argos classes battle it out on field day

June 7, 2011

Pioneer construction on schedule; under budget

June 7, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The construction project to widen Pioneer Drive and cut back on Oak Road traffic which began in May 2010 is well on its way to completion, reported Ron Wireman from DLZ Engineering in the Marshall County Commissioners meeting Monday. The new Pioneer Drive will provide Marshall County residents with an easier route from Indiana 17 to the industries and retailers on U.S. 30.

“Last year we did basically half the project,” said Wireman, noting that S.R. 17 to Lincoln Highway is now open.

June 6th

CGA's Neer breaks 2 records at state track meet

June 6, 2011

BLOOMINGTON — There aren’t many records left for Waverly Neer to break.
Even on a historic day that featured a total of six record-breaking performances, the Culver Academies senior managed to stand out, knocking off not one but two state standards on her way to championships in both the 1600 meters and the 3200 meters at the 38th Annual IHSAA Girls Track and Field State Finals at Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex in Bloomington.

Cavs’ run ends with loss to Eastside

June 6, 2011

ELKHART — Culver Community earned its first sectional title in 26 years by battling from behind. On Saturday, the Cavaliers simply dug themselves too big a hole to climb out of.
Eastside plated six runs batting through the order during a big third inning, and although Culver scored three runs in the fifth and sixth, it was too little, too late as the Cavs suffered a season-ending 7-3 loss at the Class 2A Jimtown Baseball Regional in Elkhart.
Eastside went on to fall in 10-2 in the championship to Hanover Central at the tourney, while Culver closed out a banner year at 13-14.

June 2nd

Death notices 6-2-11

June 2, 2011

James Manley Moss
May 28, 2011
CULVER — James Manley Moss, 87, of Culver died May 28, 2011 at Miller’s Merry Manor, Culver.
He is survived by daughters, Deborah (Curtin) Kelley of Columbus, Ohio, Rebecca (Tom) Brovont of Rochester, Elizabeth (Dennis) Gilley of Florida, and Barbara Porter of Fort Wayne; 10 grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be Friday, June 10, 2011 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Odom Funeral Home, Culver.
Funeral service is Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 11 a.m. at the Culver Academies Memorial Chapel.

Music kicks off festival Friday

June 2, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Yellow River Festival has announced its 2011 music and entertainment schedule.
This year’s lineup will feature performances by regional favorites Gold Mine Pickers and Kennedy’s Kitchen. Gold Mine Pickers play what they refer to as “a rich, fun blend of Americana, bluegrass, folk, old-time and Irish music — with dashes of country, and jam for good measure.” Kennedy’s Kitchen blends traditional Irish folk with hearty Celtic-flavored original tunes.

Just the facts: FBI impressed with Riverside

June 2, 2011

PLYMOUTH — “Be careful out there” was the catch phrase of the character on the old television drama “Hill Street Blues” as he sent his fellow police officers out to their jobs after the shift briefing.
It was also the message of FBI Special Agent Tim Theriault as he commended sixth grade students at Riverside Intermediate School on their knowledge of how to be safe surfing the internet.

Bourbon police department receives grant for defibrillator

June 2, 2011

June 1st

Full-day kindergarten considered at LaVille

June 1, 2011

LAKEVILLE — When state funding for school corporations was cut drastically last year, Union-North United School Corporation Superintendent, Dr. Terry Barker, had to make some hard decisions to uphold his pledge to get the corporation's budget back into the black. One of the most controversial decisions was to reduce the kindergarten program to half-days rather than keep the full-day classes. During the school board meeting on Thursday night, Dr. Barker asked the board to approve reinstating the full-time program for the 2011-12 school year.

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