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October 21st

William F. Mills II

October 21, 2012

William F. Mills II
May 28, 1935-Oct- 16, 2012
CULVER — William F Mills II, 77, of Culver, passed away Oct. 16, 2012 at his daughter’s home. 
Longtime Culver educator, Bill Mills served as elementary, junior high principal and superintendent from 1971 to 1995. He loved the school and enjoyed the students, staff, and parents. He loved his job. Bill was always very visible to the community and the people. He had a large family of seven children.

October 20th

Court rules Belork is Starke County Treasurer

October 21, 2012

STARKE — Starke County Treasurer Linda Belork, was awarded the right to resume her responsibilities as Starke County Treasurer by Jasper County Circuit Court Judge John D. Potter Thursday, Oct. 18, more than 14 months after being removed from her elected position by Starke County Commissioners.

Flocking to fall fun at Yellow River Farms

October 20, 2012

This autumn, as has been the case for years now, area families by the score will head a few miles west to Yellow River Farms, at 8535 East State Road 8. Fall pumpkins are easy enough to find just about anywhere fresh produce is sold, but a full fall family experience like that at Yellow River is unique to the area.

The farm not only boasts pumpkin patches which would make Linus' Great Pumpkin proud, but a fun hay maze, constructed of several layers of straw bales into a tunnel configuration whose darkness inexplicably fails to frighten most youngsters.

October 19th

No joy in mudville: Rockies’ season ends with 17-13 loss at NorthWood

October 20, 2012

NAPPANEE — It couldn’t have started any better, but it couldn’t have ended any worse for Plymouth’s Rockies as they finished their football season with a dramatic sectional loss in the final seconds at NorthWood, 17-13.
The Rockies took the opening kickoff and went on a five minute scoring drive capped by an Ike Kastner run, then recovered a NorthWood fumble on the ensuing kickoff, putting six more on the board two minutes later. Down 13 before its offense could even take the field, NorthWood did have an answering score sparked by a big Nathan Cleveland run late in the first quarter.

Lions bow out with loss at No. 6 Cass

October 20, 2012

WALTON — Bremen’s football team lived by the pass interference sword and died by the pass interference sword Friday night.
Three pass interference flags played key roles in two Bremen fourth-quarter scoring drives to force overtime, but an offensive pass interference stymied the Lions’ double-overtime possession and Class 2A No. 7 Lewis Cass went on to win 34-28 in two extra sessions in a Class 2A Sectional 26 opener.
Following the crucial offensive pass interference, visiting Bremen’s double-overtime drive ended with a 40-yard field-goal attempt that stayed on line but was just short.

Falcons claim reprisal vs CMA

October 20, 2012

WALKERTON — With Justin Bogunia ready to retire after 15 years at the helm of John Glenn football, the Falcons gave their coach at least one more week.
Glenn started strong, jumping out to a 21-0 lead and never looking back in a 35-14 reprisal win over visiting Culver Military in the two teams’ Class 3A Sectional 17 opener in Walkerton Friday night.

Sectional football results

October 20, 2012

Tough start dooms Triton
The Trojans traveled to Adams Central with hopes of avenging last year’s Sectional 35-opening loss, but instead history repeated itself as Triton took a 38-14 loss on the road in Monroe.
Adams Central advances to play Southwood, a 20-12 winner over Fremont, in the semifinals next week.
The Trojans scuffled to a rough start as they allowed 31 points by the hosts in the first quarter to put the game all but completely out of reach early.

Work continues at Park Jefferson Apts.

October 19, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Workers have been spotted at the previously condemned Park Jefferson Apartments on Jefferson Street in Plymouth.
The building was named earlier this year on Mayor Mark Senter’s Operation Bright Spot list of abandoned and dilapidated buildings in town.
The goal was to inspire action to either remove these eyesores, or fix them up so they could be used.

Saturday event at Bremen High School will benefit music program

October 19, 2012

BREMEN — Most fundraisers require participants to chip in some cash. Ford's 'Drive 4UR School' event Saturday at Bremen High School however, will cost participants nothing. But each person who shows up to test drive a new Ford will net the school's music program $20.
"This is an opportunity to give back to the community," said Mark Jensen, Tim Martin Bremen Ford's general sales manager. "Ford gets a lot of people to drive their vehicles and give instant feedback. It helps the dealership because it gives us an opportunity to be involved in the community."

CGA advances, Glenn falls at Sectional 19

October 19, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Culver Girls Academy pulled away from Jimtown after a nip-tuck first game to advance, while John Glenn fell to defending sectional champion South Bend St. Joseph’s at the Plymouth Volleyball Sectional Thursday.
CGA 3, JIMTOWN 0(26-24, 25-15, 25-17)
It was a battle royal between two squads fighting for every point at the Plymouth volleyball sectional on Thursday night.
The Culver Girls Academy Lady Eagles were finally able to pull away from Jimtown and take a win in three games 26-24, 25-15, 25-17.

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