Archive - Oct 19, 2011
CULVER â€” Mandy Morrison, 13, doesnâ€™t usually spend the night at her grandmaâ€™s house on a school night. But last Monday, she didâ€”and ended up saving her life.
Eileen Wright, a diabetic, woke up in the middle of the night coated with sweat. Her alarm bracelet was going off, signaling that her blood sugar might be dangerously low.
â€śNormally, I would just drink some orange juice and go back to bed,â€ť said Wright. â€śBut this time I was so out of it.â€ť
Area trick-or-treat and Halloween parties have been scheduled throughout the county.
Hereâ€™s a listing â€” please send all additions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
â€˘Â Residential trick-or-treat is 5-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31.
â€˘Â There will be a soup social and childrenâ€™s costume party Saturday, Oct. 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Bass Lake Property Owners Building on S.R. 10. Cost is $6 for adults; children and seniors, $5. Kids 12 and under with a costume are free. All proceeds to benefit the Bass Lake Festival.
PLYMOUTH â€” John Glenn hung tough for the first few points, but St. Josephâ€™s took control mid-way through game 1. By the time the Lady Falcons recovered, it was too late.
BREMEN â€” Bremen High School student-athletes Jenna Pfeiffer and Ben Hueni were recognized as the WHME TV-46 â€śStudent Athletes of the Weekâ€ť during the Bremen-Jimtown football game played Oct. 7.Â WHME TV-46 Â presents a weekly award to honor outstanding student-athletes in the communities featured on its High School Game of the Week.Â Pfeiffer and Hueni were selected to represent Bremen High School for their participation in athletics, academic achievement and citizenship.
8th grade football
Lincoln 8th reaches NELMSC championship
The Lincoln eighth grade football team clinched a spot in the NELMSC championship game by defeating Whitko 44-8.