Archive - Oct 2012
BREMEN â€” Bremen scuffled to a slow start, and when the long green line finally got rolling, it was too little, too late in a loss to visiting Jimtown Friday.
The Lions outplayed Class 3A No. 1 Jimtown 6-0 in the second half, holding the unbeaten Jimmies to their lowest points production and slimmest margin of victory this year with the second-half shutout. But none of it was enough to pull the home team back from a 21-0 halftime deficit as Bremen suffered a 21-6 Northern State Conference setback at Don Bunge Field.
There were shades of "A Miracle on 34th Street" at last week's Culver town council meeting, as Cafe Max owner Susie Mahler poured some 1,000 positive comment cards onto the council table, concerning the outdoor dining facilÂity she installed at her Main Street restaurant last spring. She noted she had the only three negative cards available for council review as well.
Culverâ€™s town hall meeting room was nearly full for the Sept. 25 meeting, with many apparently there to support Mahler's initiative, about which the council had requested the public come to express opinions.
WARSAW â€” What a difference a week can make. Unfortunately for Plymouthâ€™s girls soccer team, it wasnâ€™t quite enough to put the Lady Rockies over the top.
Taylor Stuzman scored twice for the Lady Panthers, and the Rockies lost a 2-1 decision to Northern Lakes Conference rival NorthWood in a back-and-forth semifinal at the Warsaw Sectional Thursday.
Plymouthâ€™s players entered the game with the memory of a lopsided 5-0 loss to the Panthers last Tuesday still fresh in their minds. They gave themselves a chance Thursday, but couldnâ€™t quite find the right combination to come away with a win.
CULVER â€”Â It was deja vu all over again for Culver Military Academies Eagles.
Or is it deja, deja vu?
CMAâ€™s championship tennis match with Warsaw echoed an earlier defeat of Warsaw at the start of the season, and the No. 14-ranked Eagles won their third straight regional title at their home tournament, 4-1 against the Tigers at the Gable Tennis Complex Thursday in a championship match rescheduled from Wednesday due to rain.
DeMOTTE â€” Raelynn LaFrance notched a hat trick ,and Jami Patterson added a pair of tallies as Argos advanced to the Covenant Christian Soccer Sectional final with a 5-0 shutout of Rensselaer Central Thursday.
The Dragons had opening possession and five minutes passed before the ball entered Argosâ€™ defensive half. Despite dominating play, the Dragons went 28 scoreless minutes against a packed-in Bomber defense.
Plymouth wins ninth straight
Plymouthâ€™s volleyball team rallied from a 2-1 deficit to beat Northridge in five games, 25-17, 15-25, 20-25, 25-14, 15-10 in a Northern Lakes Conference match at The Rock Thursday night.
Amber Redinger put away 16 kills with six blocks, while Hunter Stevens stepped up with 11 kills and four blocks as the Lady Pilgrims won their ninth straight match.
Haley Harrell set 49 assists and 16 digs, and Andria Shook finished with 22 digs.
â€˘Â PLYMOUTH 3, NORTHRIDGE 2
(25-17, 15-25, 20-25, 25-14, 15-10)
MARSHALL CO. â€” Details on a car chase last weekend were released Thursday.
An Elkhart man was jailed Saturday after evading police in two counties before officers apprehended and allegdly found drugs on him.
On Saturday Sept. 29 at approximately 12:16 a.m., Marshall County Police Officer Kerry Brouyette was patrolling on U.S. 31 north of Kenilworth Road when he observed a passenger car traveling at a high rate of speed.
PLYMOUTH - Immigration reform law can be a complicated issue even for those who specialize in it, and Plymouth schools are hoping to help take some of the confusion out of "Deferred Action" reform for local residents.
Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. Plymouth High School will host a workshop on Deferred Action for local residents affected by the law. Immigration lawyer Thushanti Kamalakanph from Goshen will be on hand to speak on and answer questions about the law to those it affects.
Mary E. Poston
Oct. 2, 2012
KEWANNA â€”Â Mary E. Poston, 93, of Kewanna died Oct. 2, 2012 at her residence.
She is survived by her sons, John W. (Jean) Turner Sr., Wanatah, Dennis L. â€śDenverâ€ť (Carol) Turner, Hanna, Jack D. (Margaret) Turner, LaCrosse; daughters, Betty Jean Mann, Knox, Pam (Robert) Dolliver, Valparaiso; 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; and sister, Evelyn (James) Watson, Valparaiso.
Ann C. Laramore Johns
June 4, 1959 â€“ Sept. 28, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Ann C. Laramore Johns, 53, a former Plymouth resident, passed away at 9 a.m. Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, at her home in Indianapolis.
Ann was born June 4, 1959 to William F. and Betty Lou Pinney Laramore in Plymouth. Ann graduated from Plymouth High School in 1978 and received an associate degree from Ancilla College in 1980 and a B.S. degree in social work from Indiana Central College, Indianapolis in 1983.