Week in Review

Staff Writer

Access Ancilla Day plans show students college

It is never too early to start thinking about which college you will attend after graduation.

Robotics competition at PHS

The first VEX Robotics Tournament was held at Plymouth High School on Feb. 13.

Union-North School Board discusses bonds for $2.3 million in renovations

The Union North United School Corporation School Board meeting was filled with students, teachers, parents, and concerned citizens as the board discussed the details of the 2016 Bond the corporation is considering to take which would enable them to renovate many areas of the corporation.

The cold air didn’t stop the winter party in Lakeville

If you drove through Lakeville on Saturday, you may have noticed that a road was blocked by police cars.

Vehicle drives through North Liberty gas station

The snow and ice caused havoc for the Phillips 66 gas station in North Liberty on Sunday.

County commissioners review ordinances, more

The Marshall County Commissioners discussed curfew violations, sheriff department requests, road vacation, insurance and more during their regular meeting Feb. 15.

Drainage Board reviews complaints

The Marshall County Drainage Board had two residents come before them to discuss problems they are having, improper drainage and damages to equipment.

Argos School Board meets, library partnerships, STEM, more discussed

The Feb. 15 meeting of the Argos School Board was packed with patrons.

Trivia night to be held Saturday

Start studying your facts in preparation for Delta Theta Tau’s trivia night scheduled for Feb. 20 at the Moose Lodge in Plymouth.

Bremen school board accepts Holmes’ resignation

A decision has finally been reached in the matter of Bremen High School football coach Robert “Bob” Holmes, with the Bremen Public Schools Board of School Trustees voting to accept Holmes’ resignation, ending his run as head coach of the Bremen Lions.

PHS prepares to present 'Funhouse'

Life is like a funhouse.

Mailboxes feel brunt of snowfall

Every year, snowplows in the area do their job by clearing the roads.

Redevelopment commission finds discrepancies in TIFs

The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission met on Feb. 16.

Random Acts of Kindness Day

Today is national random acts of kindness day.

Love’s set to open in mid-March

The construction on the new Love’s truck stop has been extremely quick and successful.

Annual MCHS luncheon draws crowd

On Wednesday, the Marshall County Humane society held their annual baked potato and salad lunch to help raise operating funds for the shelter.

College Goal Sunday

Financial aid professionals from Ancilla College will be volunteering at Plymouth High School (PHS) along with the 41 other sites hosting College Goal Sunday on Feb. 21 beginning at 2 p.m.

Argos council takes steps toward town improvements

The Argos Town Council passed its Downtown Revitalization Program, but will not be the body to govern it.

LJH students participate in digital learning day

Digital learning day is a nationwide event that takes place in many schools.

Triton teens win DECA award

Triton schools have some extraordinary students that were recently recognized at the school board meeting. Gavin Eads and Cody Anderson were the two winners of the regional DECA competition from Triton High School.

Infant survival kits available through WCC

Three infants passed away last year in their sleep within Marshall County and organizations are working together to change that number to zero.

Kennedy’s Kitchen plans to perform downtown Plymouth

Get ready Marshall County, Kennedy’s Kitchen is coming back to the area, bringing their style of Irish music with them to the Wild Rose Moon Saturday, March 5.

Discussion continues for Lakeville’s improvements

It takes a lot of work and effort for a town to make changes.