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School board reorganizes; meeting dates change

January 10, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth School Board started its first meeting of 2011 attending to the organization of the board. Members Melissa Christiansen and Larry Pinkerton were sworn in as newly elected members after both were re-elected in November.
Immediately following the administration of the oaths, Christiansen was unanimously elected as board president.
Also receiving unanimous votes were Todd Samuelson for vice-president and Larry Holloway as secretary.

Like your iTunes? Thank a Plymouth grad

January 10, 2011

NASHVILLE — You could really call 1981 Plymouth High School graduate Joe McKesson a renaissance man.
A self admitted “computer nerd,” he is also an extremely talented singer and performer with a love and skill for opera, singing for opera companies all over the United States. With his background in music and technology, it was kind of a natural fit for him to be involved when iTunes was just an idea on a drawing board.

Remembering G&G

January 7, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Grocers Jack Greenlee, Bob Gibbons, Bryan Emond, and Jim Strycker have a lot in common.
All but one (Gibbons) graduated from Plymouth High School. Gibbons is from Richland Center, in northern Fulton County.
All have been married to their wives for decades, have multiple children and grandchildren and are members of a Methodist Church.
All worked at the former G&G supermarket for years. Most started at 50 cents an hour.
“That was pretty good pay then,” Gibbons said.
“Walt and Chuck (Glaub) were good people to work for,” Greenlee said.

Partnerships lead to Whitley expansion

January 6, 2011

PLYMOUTH — One local manufacturer was in a hurry to expand its business — literally.
Whitley Products in Plymouth took just a few days to get up and running in its new expanded warehouse facility on Flora Street in Plymouth. It was possible with the help of some other local businesses, according to Rick Green of Whitley.

Plymouth band reflects back on 2010 success

January 6, 2011

PLYMOUTH — As the new year begins, Plymouth High School Band students, staff and parents look back and reflect on a landmark year of student success stories from the passing year. 
Director Bryan Ames said, “2010 brought many highlights and record achievements for the band program,” including Solo and Ensemble state finals, a winter guard state championship, winter drumline state finals, marching band state finals, and a state and national recognition were some of the highlights of the band’s record-setting year.

Back to the ole (popcorn) grind

January 5, 2011

School was back in session for many schools this week, and it was back to a routine for not only the classroom but for extra-curriculars. Here, Lincoln Junior High teacher and athletic director Carol Gilbert finishes making popcorn for a junior high basketball game, as Johnna Antich helps in the concession stand.

Chipman to serve on key IACT Committee

January 5, 2011

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth City Attorney Nelson Chipman will have a chance to serve beyond the city limits in the coming year.
Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter’s office announced that Chipman was appointed by Matthew C . Greller, Executive Director of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) as a member of the IACT’s Legislative Committee. The committee will be chaired by Mayor Jason Thompson of Monticello and co-chaired by Mayor Greg Goodnight of Kokomo.

First baby of 2011 welcomed

January 4, 2011

PLYMOUTH — It was just a little less than a year ago that Cheryl Smith was named one of Marshall County’s Biggest Losers in a weight loss competition. And now this Culver grandma feels like the county’s biggest winner, as the first baby to arrive in 2011 at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth is happy, healthy and just wonderful, according to her mother Amy Malek, Smith’s daughter.
Abagail Rose Freese was born Jan. 2 at 9:15 a.m., weighing in at 6 lbs.,1 oz. and measuring 19 inches long.

Commissioners organize for the coming year

January 4, 2011

PLYMOUTH — It was a day to organize for the coming year for the Marshall County Commissioners as well as welcome new Commissioner Greg Compton.
Compton will take over the seat previously held by Tom Chamberlin, who left to assume his duties as Sheriff of Marshall County. He will also assume several of Chamberlin’s duties on various boards as the Commissioners representative.

Weil finishes in top 5

January 3, 2011

Garrett Weil of LaPaz, a student at LaVille Elementary School, finished fifth in the feature event of Senior Honda Quarter Midgets at the Ft. Wayne Rumble over the New Year holiday. Weil is the son of Brian and Annette Weil.

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