Week in Review

Staff Writer

Charles Troy is third Cole Porter presenter

The third Cole Porter presentation by Charles Troy was held at the Argos Public Library Friday.

Rumors flood social media about prank gone wrong

Thursday night, May 19, what may have begun as a harmless prank by some Bremen High School (BHS) students evolved into acts of vandalism at Bremen Schools and a neighboring private residence belonging to a school administrator.

Jag’s Country Delights heirloom plants

It began when Jeff Jagnecki was listening to National Public Radio on the way home from work.

Fishing season heats up, but don’t forget the license

Anglers are finally getting their hooks into the big game this week as the weather turns warm and the fishing gets hot.

Eagle Scout off to the races with new stable

Eagle Scout Benjamin Doody is off to the races to fund his project Homes for Horses.

Cemetery Walk takes folks back in time

Close to 100 people were at the Parks IOOF Cemetery Sunday, but it was not for a funeral.

Summer Sippin’ for a good cause

Sometimes there is nothing quite as refreshing as a cold beer on a hot summer afternoon.

Pink Panther on the prowl for APL

The Pink Panther is on the prowl in downtown Argos beginning May 31.

Time Travel Camp at museum June 14-17

If you miss the chance to enroll your third, fourth, or fifth grader in the Time Travel Camp, you will not be able to go back in time to fix your mistake.

Students Race for Education like true Olympians

The end of the school year has always been an exciting time for students, but the kids at Saint Michael’s School in Plymouth had more reason to smile than just the start of summer, as they participated in a school-wide Olympics and Race for Education.