March 30th, 2012
Luella Marcille Zehner Moyer
March 28, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Luella Marcille Zehner Moyer, 80, died of natural causes at her residence at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 28, 2012.
She is survived by two daughters, Yvonne M. (Jerry) Quint and Diana K. Johnson, of Plymouth; sons, Douglas R. (Deb) Moyer, Oregon, Wis., and James K. Moyer, Plymouth; brother, Oscar M. Zehner, Port St. Lucie, Fla.; sister, Anna M. Bruski of Lockport, N.Y.; and 12 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
July 27, 1921-March 26, 2012
PLYMOUTH â€”Â March 26, 2012, John W. Harman, 90, of Plymouth, went to be with the Lord. He is survived by his wife, Theresa; their four children, Mark (Coyne) Harman of South Carolina, Mary Swinehart of Fort Wayne, John (Becky) Harman of Fort Wayne,Â and Tim (Jennifer) Harman of Bremen; and nine grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Marshall and Reah (Montel) Harman, both of Atwood; his granddaughter, Kelsey Swinehart; and three sisters.
CULVER â€”Â 17-year-old Andrea Bottomley was injured just past 5 p.m. Thursday when a fire near her residence caused a live round of ammunition to create what appeared to be a gunshot wound in her neck. There was no firearm involved in the incident. Bottomley was conscious and breathing, but feeling numbness. She was treated on the scene and later transported by MedFlight to Memorial Hospital in South Bend. She was discharged later that night.
The Marshall County Sheriff's Department and Plymouth Fire and EMS responded to the 911 call. The incident is still under investigation.
â€˘ Argos American Legion is hosting a fish fry from 5 to 7 p.m. Cost is $8 for adults, $6 for ages 5 to 12, and ages 4 and younger eat for free. Each ticket is eligible for a barbecue grill drawing. Tickets will be sold at the door. Carry-outs are available. Please call 574-892-6509 for more information.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â The Plymouth Park Department will again host a free Easter egg hunt for area children April 7 beginning at 12:15 p.m. The hunt will take place near the wooden play equipment at Centennial Park, and there will be three different age-appropriate sections where children can look for the eggs.
â€śWe have one area for walking to 4 years old, one area for 5 to 7 years, and one for ages 8 to 11,â€ť said recreation director Scott Michel. â€śThere will be a special prize for each age group.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth is one of about 50 municipalities recently named in a major lawsuit, according to City Attorney Sean Surrisi. Kevin D. Miller was searched by a Plymouth Police Department K9 unit in 2009 following a traffic stop by the Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Department. Miller has since claimed that Plymouthâ€™s K9 â€” and all other dogs trained at Vohne-Liche Kennels in Peru â€” are unreliable. Miller claims that the dog falsely detected drugs in his vehicle and that the search was traumatizing to himself and his wife. Miller was not arrested or charged.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Plymouth-area residents will soon have an opportunity to have their voices heard on the issue of a single-class versus multiple-class high school state basketball tournament.
Lady Lions slip to 0-2 with loss to Vikings
Bremenâ€™s girls track team slipped to 0-2 on the season with its second loss in three days, an 84-47 defeat by visiting Fairfield at home Thursday.
The Lady Lions earned wins in four events at the meet as Sara Slabaugh won the 3200, Jenna Pfeiffer won the high jump, Sophie Brown won the pole vault, and Bremenâ€™s 400 relay team of Shannon Miller, Vianca MonteDeoca, Jasmine Schaffer and Paige Weldy took top honors in their race.
â€˘ FAIRFIELD 84, BREMEN 47
BREMEN â€” When George Cox, of Bremen, was teaching science to junior and senior high school students, he often felt frustrated that he couldnâ€™t find ways to illustrate concepts to his students. To teach Newtonâ€™s first and second laws of motion, Cox used to drop an eight pound shot put and a softball out of an upstairs window at Bremen High School. The idea was to prove that the objects would hit the ground at the same time, even though they were different weights.
â€śI had to stop doing that, because I was creating (marks) in the lawn,â€ť said Cox. â€śThe school custodian made me stop.â€ť
CULVER â€” Sunday evening, the first restaurant to establish Culver as a great dining destination was darkened.
The Edgewater Grille, at 620 E. Lake Shore Drive, posted the announcement to its Facebook page Friday morning, acknowledging rumors of the impending closing of the popular restaurant â€” which had been operating without its liquor license for some weeks â€” were at least partially true.