January 21st, 2011
Chancey R. Bright
Jan. 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH â Chancey R. Bright, 76, Plymouth, died at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011 at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth.
Arrangements are pending with Van Gilder Funeral Home, 300 W. Madison St., Plymouth.
James E. Kuykendoll Jr.
Jan. 18, 2011
ROCHESTER â James E. Kuykendoll Jr., 65, died at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 at his residence.
Icy road to blame for accident
PLYMOUTH âÂ Icy road conditions were blamed for an accident that happened Tuesday morning at 9B Road east of Fir Road in Plymouth. Crystal Overmyer, 18, Plymouth, had been driving a 2003 Chevy Cavalier east on 9B at 7:55 a.m. when it began to slide. She lost control of the vehicle, ran off the road and into a utility pole. Overmyer complained of pain from the accident but refused treatment at the scene.
Manâs death being investigated
PLYMOUTH â The Marshall County Reading Council is hosting its annual Young Authorâs Conference Feb. 24 at Lincoln Jr. High at 6 p.m.
The guest author being featured this year is Helen Frost. Frost is the author of Monarch and Milkweed and six novels-in-poems for readers in elementary, middle school and high school.
PLYMOUTH â Current Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter made it official Thursday morning, speaking to the monthly Republican breakfast when he announced that he will seek a second term as Mayor of the city.
Saying he loves his job, Senter went on to thank his wife Leanne; City Attorney Nelson Chipman; Clerk-Treasurer Toni Hutchings; the Plymouth Common Council; department heads and employees of the city for their help and patience during his first term. He also called his recently deceased father, Wayne, his inspiration.
LAKEVILLE â Culver Communityâs Patrice McBee dug deep into her bag of offensive tricks Thursday night in the Bi-County Girls Basketball Tournament semifinals.
With conventional low-post work, a short jumper, a dribble drive, a roll to the bucket, and a left-handed drive and right-handed finish on the baseline, the 6-foot-3 senior showcased her offensive versatility with a game-high 21 points to lead the Cavs to a 59-34 win over Argos.
LAKEVILLE â A lot can change in nine weeks.
When Oregon-Davis first took the floor at Triton in early November, the Lady Bobcats were essentially an eighth-grade team with virtually no returners from last yearâs Sectional 50 championship campaign, and the Trojans handed them their first loss in two years.
The names and the faces were the same, but there were few other resemblances between the Class A, No. 4 Bobcats that hit the hardwood in that game and the one that played Triton Thursday.
BREMEN 43, JOHN GLENN 35
At Bi-County consolation at Lakeville
Score by quarters
Bremen: 9 14 30 43
Glenn: 11 16 20 35
BREMEN (43): Brooke Baker 1 0-0 2, Kailee Feldman 4 0-0 8, Shayna Graverson 0 0-0 0, Hope Jordan 0 0-0 0, Jenessa Morris 1 1-2 3, Jenna Pfeiffer 2 4-6 8, Brittney Pittman 3 2-3 8, Allison Shorter 0 0-2 0, Lerin Studt 6 2-2 14; Totals: 17 9-15 43.
Nov. 15, 1922 âÂ Jan. 17, 2011
ARGOS âÂ Hazel F. Sullivan, 88, of E. 18th St., Rochester, formerly of Argos, died at 8:40 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, 2011 at Hickory Creek Nursing Home, Rochester. She had been in declining health for four years.
She was born Nov. 15, 1922 in Rural Walnut Township, Marshall County, to Charles W. and Helen (Kepler) Hullinger and lived all of her life in the Argos Community.
Feb. 14, 1954 at St Johnâs Lutheran Church in Rochester, she married Gerald C. Sullivan. He preceded her in death Oct. 18, 1990. She was a farmerâs wife and homemaker
Russell âButchâ Ervin
Jan. 18, 2011
NAPPANEE â Russell âButchâ Ervin, 72, Nappanee, died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011 at Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis.
He is survived by his wife, Marianne Ervin; daughters, Brenda Ervin of Brownsburg and Beth (Donny) Sample of Goshen; a granddaughter; brother, Kenton (Jill) Ervin of Nappanee; and a brother-in-law, Kent Beehler of New Paris.
Visitation will take place from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22 and one hour prior to services Sunday at Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, 950 N. Main St., Nappanee.
PLYMOUTH â What started as a prank by two former students has pushed the Plymouth School Corporation into high gear to develop a policy on social networking outside of the classroom.
Two former band students sculpted a 7-foot high snow creation in the front yard of Plymouth band director Bryan Amesâ Knox home. The risque statue depicted a part of the male anatomy.