Archive - Dec 18, 2012
MARSHALL CO. â€” The local Salvation Army group is still working toward its goal of raising $12,000 in its holiday kettle drive.
Local Salvation Army representative Jim Irwin said he was inspired by the tale of LaPorte County pastor Billy Nickrand, who recently rang a Salvation Army bell at a store for 60 hours straight.
â€śI said to somebody, Iâ€™d just like to get volunteers to ring 60 hours for us, not even 60 hours straight,â€ť said Irwin, who is the Salvation Army service extension representative for Marshall County.
ARGOS â€” An Argos man was jailed after he allegedly pointed an unloaded gun at his step-daughter and threatened to shoot her.
Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Department officers responded to a home on the 15000 block of Hickory Road in Argos.
Donald F. Kulcsar, 40, Argos, was allegedly upset over children being noisy in the home.
At that point he pointed the gun.
Officers from Bourbon and Argos were also at the scene.
Kulcsar was booked into Marshall County Jail for neglect of a dependent, a class D felony, and pointing a firearm at a person, a class A misdemeanor.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Triton senior Clay Yeo was selected as one of seven IBCA/Subway Player of the Week selections for the week of Dec. 10-15.
Other boys selections wereÂ Adams Central senior Dalton Combs, Indianapolis Lutheran senior J.C. Faubion and Evansville Bosse junior JaQuan Lyle, while Logansport junior Whitney Jennings, Brownsburg senior Stephanie Mavunga and Sullivan senior Rhagen Smith were also honored in the weekly recognition program organized by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.
Womenâ€™s college basketball
McBee powers Peregrines
The Purdue University Calumet womenâ€™s basketball team led from start to finish in a 92-61 win over Holy Cross on Saturday afternoon at the Fitness and Recreation Center in Hammond.
Culver Community alumna Patrice McBee was one of six PUC players in double figures as she recorded 15 points to go with seven rebounds and a career-high four blocks.