Week in Review

Staff Writer

Ice skating rink at Sunnyside

The Bremen Park Department is offering up a new winter recreation for people of all ages to enjoy. An ice rink has been created using one of the park’s pavilions.

Success coalition prepares to meet

The Marshall County Career Success Coalition is set to meet Jan. 21 at the Weidner School of Inquiry to bring organizations, businesses, and individuals together to make a difference for the future of Marshall County students.

Singing to the trees at MoonTree for 12th Night

The centuries old tradition of Twelfth Night was celebrated at Moon Tree Studios Sunday afternoon.

Fire Department provides year end report

The Board of Public Works and Safety Jan. 12 meeting began with an update by city department heads.

Xaver announces candidacy for 2015 primary elections

Jeanine M. Xaver officially announced Jan. 12 her candidacy for the 2015 primary election as Clerk-Treasurer.

Bicentennial inn at Potato Creek State Park

Potato Creek State Park may soon be welcoming visitors to stay in a new way in a new destination.

New home construction raises concerns

The Common Council heated up with a discussion on home building during the Jan. 12 meeting.

School make-up days outlined

With the snow, ice and extreme low temperatures causing school closings, students may be jumping with joy, while school corporation superintendents are springing into action.

School make-up days outlined

The Marshall County Council approved $6,019 for Superior Court II.

Best Loser reaches 105

Weigh-in for participants of the Best Loser Contest at Fitness Forum took place Monday evening.

Determining the cost of training a new employee

After 30 years county employee Wanda Norris informed the Marshall County Council during Monday’s regular meeting that she plans to retire.

Anthony Gamble joins democrat mayoral slate

The mayoral race may soon heat up, now that Anthony “Tony” Gamble has thrown his hat into the race.

PHS holds freshmen orientation night

There was a large turnout for Plymouth High School’s (PHS) Freshmen Orientation Wednesday evening.

PHS students dance for a good cause Saturday

Plymouth High School (PHS) will hold their 4th annual Dance Marathon to benefit Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis this coming Saturday.

Airport projects moving forward, new updates

The Board of Aviation Commissioners (BOAC) met for the first meeting of the year on Jan. 13.

Land annexation and library part of Bourbon discussion

“Take Your Child to the Library Day” will be celebrated on Saturday, February 7th, according to a resolution passed by the Bourbon Town Council Tuesday.

Yellow River watershed project covers four counties

A critical step has been taken in advancing watershed management plans for the Headwaters Yellow River Watershed.

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