Archive - Oct 28, 2010
Velma P. Bules
Oct. 26, 2010
BOURBON â€”Â Velma P. Bules, 87, of Bourbon, died at 4:35 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010 at Millerâ€™s Merry Manor Nursing Home, Plymouth.
She is survived by her husband Dale; children: Rachel (Richard) Weik of Middletown, Penn., Karen Bules (Allen) of Oak Park, Ill, Diane (Max) Zolman of Knoxville, Tenn., Stan (Carol) Bules of Bourbon, and Mark (Cindy) Bules of Rolling Prairie; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a sister, Lorna Miller of Bourbon.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth High School made history Saturday as the Pride of Plymouth (POP) Marching Band finished in the top 10 out of 20 teams to go on to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for the State Finals this Saturday.
POP has made the semi-state for two of last three years, but this will be the first trip to the finals.
The band will perform in Class C competition and the PHS Music Boosters hope the community celebrates in the upcoming activities.Â
PLYMOUTH â€” Wednesday night was a celebration as healthcare professionals and volunteers joined together at the newly remodeled Marshall County Historical Society and Museum to celebrate 100 years of community outreach by a hospital that has had a few makeovers but yet sets a high standard for regional healthcare.
One hundred years ago, two doctors saw a great need in the Plymouth community.Â Dr T. A. Borton and Dr. N. B. Aspinall built a three-story building at 310 N. Michigan St. (present site of the Plymouth Building).
CULVER â€” After an unprecedented 5-0 start to the season, Culver Community hit the skids in Week 6.
Beset by injuries and other personnel problems, the Cavaliers went on a three-game losing streak and fell out of the Class A rankings in the process.
But Culverâ€™s roster returned to full strength, the Cavs righted the ship in Week 9 with their first regular-season win over Northern State Conference foe LaVille in three years, and opened Sectional 33 play with a 49-7 rout over Lake Central on the road last week.
And theyâ€™ve learned some lessons along the way.