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October 17th

Donald A. Rowe

October 17, 2010

Aug. 11, 1943 — Oct. 13, 2010
PLYMOUTH — Donald A. Rowe, 67 of 11288 Shady Lane Drive Plymouth, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010 at 8:45 p.m. in Memorial Hospital, South Bend, after a three-year battle with cancer. 
He had been a resident of Plymouth since 1978 coming from Starke County.
He was born at home in Bass Lake, Ind. Aug. 11, 1943 to Harold C. and Viola J. (Jett) Rowe. He attended Knox Schools and graduated from Warren Central High School in Indianapolis with the class of 1961.
Don attended Palomar College in California and Purdue West Central studying drafting and engineering. 

October 15th

Cavs finish season on high note

October 16, 2010

CULVER — Culver Community football head coach Andy Thomas said his team treated Friday’s regular-season finale with LaVille as a playoff game.
Given the results, the defending sectional champion Cavs look poised to make a strong run at a repeat.
Senior running back Mike Salary danced his way to 213 yards in 16 carries, scored twice, and even tossed a touchdown pass for good measure in the Cavs’ 35-6 Senior Night win over Northern State Conference rival LaVille.

Bremen spoils Falcons’ NSC bid

October 16, 2010

WALKERTON— What’s gotten into the Lions?
First No. 2 Jimtown and now No. 8 John Glenn.
Bremen responded time and again in a nip-tuck Northern State Conference game at Glenn Friday, earning its second straight victory over a ranked Class 3A squad and keeping a four-game win streak alive while spoiling Senior Night and the Falcons’ bid for their first NSC title in 30 years.

Rockies come up short

October 16, 2010

PLYMOUTH — For Plymouth’s Rockies it was déjà vu all over again in the fourth quarter.
Twice, the Rockies (6-3) had opportunities to score what could have been a game-winning touchdown in the game’s final five minutes. Twice an outstanding NorthWood defensive effort on fourth down turned Plymouth away empty handed and enabled the Panthers (4-5) to take home a 7-3 NLC win.

Death Notices 10-14-10: Violet J. Ray, Clayr Lee Stones, Joseph John Minarik, Elizabeth M. Thayer, Donald A. Rowe

October 15, 2010

Violet J. Ray
May 1, 1939 – Oct. 13, 2010
 KEWANNA — Violet J. Ray, 71, a resident of Kewanna, died at her residence Wednesday evening, Oct. 13 at 10:10 p.m.

Zehner has perspective in fight with cancer

October 15, 2010

PLYMOUTH — A visit for stomach pain turned into surgery.
That is the story of Don Zehner, who thought he might need a doctor’s prescription for some stomach pain and hours after his appointment with his doctor found himself in surgery.
“Looking back on it, I probably would have liked the ability to take some time before surgery,” he said. “I came in having a little gastrointestinal pain – three days later I was still in critical care – four days after that I was still on a feeding tube.”

ENL/Migrant Education discussed at Plymouth

October 15, 2010

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth School Board heard a report on ENL (English as a Native Language)/ Migrant Education Thursday.
Presenting the information was Jeni Hirschy who serves as the assistant principal at Riverside and also heads up the ENL/Migrant programs within the corporation.

Plymouth squeeks past Dragons at Argos Sectional semi

October 15, 2010

ARGOS — Plymouth squeaked past Argos, while Culver Girls Academy routed LaVille to set up a Lady Rockies-Eagles championship at the Argos Girls Soccer Sectional Semifinals Thursday at Eugene Snyder Field.
PLYMOUTH 2, ARGOS 1
Trisha Neidlinger switched from the backfield to forward, and history repeated itself as the senior scored the game-winner for a 2-1 Plymouth win in a classic back-and-forth battle between the Rockies and the Dragons.
Actually Neidlinger scored both of Plymouth's goals Thursday.

CGA routs LaVille 7-0 in Argos Sectional semi

October 15, 2010

ARGOS — Plymouth squeaked past Argos, while Culver Girls Academy routed LaVille to set up a Lady Rockies-Eagles championship at the Argos Girls Soccer Sectional Semifinals Thursday at Eugene Snyder Field.
CGA 7, ARGOS 0
Culver Girls Academy used a deft passing game to outpossess the Lady Lancers and scored a clean-up goal off a deflection by LaVille goalkeeper Abbie McBride less than two minutes into the game to put the Lancers in the hole early.

October 14th

Death notices 10-14-10

October 14, 2010

Betty Cable
Oct. 11, 2010
CULVER — Betty Cable, 71, Culver, died Monday, Oct. 11, 2010 at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth.
She is survived by a son, James (Shannon) Cable of Greenfield; brother, Russell Prosser of Culver; sisters, Velda Craig of Knox, Laurel (Steve) Roush of Culver, Annette Warner of Minnesota, Nancy (Jim) Manzuk of Knox, Helen Matiya of Culver; and two grandchildren.
There will be no services.
Braman and Son Memorial Chapel, 108 S. Main St., Knox, is assisting the family.

Loretta Clark
Oct. 13, 2010

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