Archive - May 2012
Katherine Diane Sallee
September 30, 1954 â€“ May 26, 2012
KNOX â€“ Katherine Diane (Ottow) Sallee, 57, passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2012 at her home in Starke County after a long fight with cancer.
Kathy was born in Fort Mead, Maryland to Charles T. and Velma R. (Samuels) Ottow Sept. 30, 1954. She graduated from Plymouth High School with the Class of 1972.
Her husband Vince Sallee of Knox, has been her lifelong partner since the age of 15.
Kathy drove a bus for Starke County Schools for 17 years. She loved to scrapbook, ride horses and motorcycles with her husband.
Jenna Elizabeth Holland
Jan. 17, 2010-May 25, 2012
BOURBON â€”Â Jenna Elizabeth Holland, 2, of Bourbon died at 8:40 a.m., Friday, May 25, 2012 at Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis.
She was born Jan. 17, 2010 in South Bend to William and Danielle (Kreft) Holland of Bourbon.
March 24, 1937-May 26, 2012
LaPAZ â€”Â Nancy Shepherd, 75, of LaPaz died Saturday May 26, 2012 at home surrounded by her family.
Nancy was born the daughter of John C. and Lottie L. Logan Snyder March 24, 1937 in Sulfur, Ky. She grew up on a huge farm in Kentucky, where she learned to swim even before she could walk.
She graduated from Tremble County High School in Bedford, Ky. with the class of 1962. In her youth she participated in beauty contests and cheerleading.
Nancy took James Shepherd as her husband, they were married for 34 years until the time of his death.
Marjorie Fern Treesh
Nov. 1, 1941-May 26, 2012Â
PLYMOUTH â€” Marjorie Fern Treesh, 70, a resident of Windmill Drive, Plymouth since October of 2000, died following an extended illness at 3:13 a.m. Saturday, May 26, 2012 in the Pilgrim Manor Care Facility of Plymouth.
She had a great love of life and her family especially spending time with grand and great-grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by them all.
Fern was born in South Bend Nov. 1, 1941, the daughter of Kenneth S. and Anna J. (Wallace) Stockberger. She attended Argos Schools.
PLYMOUTH â€” Jacob Segravesâ€™ passion for wrestling isnâ€™t a lifelong love affair, but one that grew over time.
Itâ€™s a love affair that heâ€™ll get to continue at the collegiate level as the Plymouth senior recently signed on with Manchester College.
â€śIâ€™m pretty excited to be able to wrestle at the next level,â€ť Segraves said. â€śThatâ€™s something that I didnâ€™t really think about because I never really pictured myself wrestling. I kind of fell in love with it and everything about it. Hopefully I can just help out Manchester and do everything I need to do. Itâ€™s something I look forward to doing.â€ť
Culver wins tri-way meet
Culver wrapped up its dual meet season with a win over both Caston and Pioneer in a three-way boys golf meet at home at Mystic Hills Tuesday.
Luke Dunfee led th efield with a 41, while Trent Elliott, Zach Duplay and Cody Peterson all carded 45s in a consistent showing for the Cavaliers.
Culver will take the field with Plymouth, Bremen, Triton and Culver Military Academy at the Warsaw Sectional Friday, scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
â€˘Â CULVER 176, CASTON 195, PIONEER 196
At Mystic Hills (Par 35)
PLYMOUTH â€”Â A juvenile and her parents visited the Plymouth Police Department Sunday to report that the child had been inappropriately touched. An investigation was done, which led to the arrest of Roberto Rosas, 38, of Plymouth. Rosas was charged with child molesting, a Class C felony, and given an initial court date of June 5.
Young Alina Pizur used to sit and cry, says her mother Barb, when working on her school reading assignments.
"She would know her sight words," recalls Barb, "but couldn't grasp a new word."
Alina's 2nd grade teacher, Tina Bailey, contacted Barb and discussed the specifics of Alina's struggles, eventually beginning to tutor the Culver Elementary youngster after hours, starting last December.
Barb has noticed a significant difference in her daughter's scholastic performance.
2012 Yellow River Festival Entertainment & Education ScheduleÂ
10:00 a.m. Welcome - Teressa Welborn; Invocation - Rev. Dr. Ron Liechty; Mayoral Proclamation - Mayor Mark Senter
10:15 a.m. Mark & Liza Woolever. This folk music set will include "The Yellow River Song" featuring the song's writer, George Schricker.
11:00 a.m. Johnny Appleseed (as performed by Steve McPhail)Â - sponsored by Del Monte Foods
11:20 a.m. Yesterday's News (folk music by Brent Martin)
11:40 a.m. Dr. Tom Buchanan (Professor of History at Ancilla College discussing 1800s medicine.
ARGOS â€” While optimistic race fans, weekend-warrior do-it-yourselfers and campers alike can attest to the soggy weather the end of May generally has planned for us, we were blessed this Memorial Weekend with uncharacteristic sunny skies and temperatures warranting a heat advisory.
Memorial Day Monday morning was the perfect outdoor opportunity for a much deserved tribute in honor or our fallen soldiers of the United States Armed Forces.