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January 11th, 2012

4 soldiers killed: 2 with Starke County ties

January 11, 2012

Starke County is grieving the loss of one of their own. U.S. Army SPC Robert (Bobby) Tauteris Jr., 44, of Hamlet, died a hero’s death while defending his country in Afghanistan last Friday morning. Tauteris, along with three other soldiers, lost his life when their vehicle hit an IED (roadside bomb). A fourth soldier was injured.
SPC Brian Leonhardt, 21, of the Merrillville area, was one of the four soldiers lost. Leonhardt also has family and friends in Starke County who are heartbroken over the loss of this young hero.

Loneda M. ‘Granny’ Robinson

January 11, 2012

Loneda M. ‘Granny’ Robinson
Feb. 14, 1919-Jan. 9, 2012
OSCEOLA — Loneda M. “Granny” Robinson, 92, of Osceola, passed away Monday, Jan. 9, 2012 at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Mishawaka. Loneda was born Feb. 14, 1919 in Marshall County to the late Henry and Amelia (Birk) Hummel. In September of 1937, she married Marion C. Robinson. He preceded her in death, passing away June 16, 1956.

Death notices 1-10-12

January 11, 2012

Marvin Lee Weldy
Jan. 6, 2012
BREMEN — Marvin Lee Weldy, 75, 222 E. Bike St., Bremen, died Friday, Jan. 6, 2012, at 4:37 p.m. at his residence from natural causes.

Big ‘D’ not enough for Big Red in LaPorte loss

January 11, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth’s defense held LaPorte to its second-lowest production of the season, but the Lady Pilgrims’ offensive woes proved insurmountable Tuesday.
The Pilgrims finished just 8 of 36 (22 percent) from the field — including a 1-of-8 mark in the second quarter — and converted on only 8 of 17 (47 percent) from the line in their second straight loss, a 31-25 defeat at the hands of the visiting Slicers at The Rock.

Results 1-11

January 11, 2012

Boys basketball
Vikings slay Dragons
Tippecanoe Valley’s Tanner Andrews scored a game-high 22 to power the Vikings to a 51-39 defeat of the host Dragons at Argos Tuesday.
Cain Thorne put up 11 points to lead Argos, while Dominic Cataldo finished with eight points and five steals.
Argos hosts Oregon-Davis Friday at 8 p.m.
• TIPPECANOE VALLEY 51, ARGOS 39
At Akron
Score by quarters
Argos: 11 19 25 39
TV: 14 24 32 51

January 10th

County building elevators at 'worst-case scenario'

January 10, 2012

PLYMOUTH — County maintenance director Rich Ulrich spoke to county council members Monday about the two county building elevators, which are again out of commission.
"This is our worst-case scenario," said Ulrich, calling the elevators "obsolete" and noting that the 30-year-old machines have never been updated with new technology.

Huddle up

January 10, 2012

John Glenn head boys basketball coach Travis Hannah talks with an official during a timeout in the Falcons' Northern State Conference game at LaVille earlier this season.

Plymouth Speedway hosts NASCAR great Ernie Irvan at awards banquet

January 10, 2012

LAPAZ — It was a night of celebration as Plymouth Speedway recognized its top drivers and heard from two in NASCAR’s top series over the weekend.
NASCAR great Ernie Irvan sat quietly autographing hero cards as Andrew Hayn announced the top 10 of all racing divisions for Plymouth Speedway’s 2011 season. While Hayn called each name, Irvan put down his Sharpie and clapped along with the crowd before returning to his stack. Behind Irvan, Plymouth Speedway owner Ed Kennedy enjoyed the evening with promoter Eric Saunders and his friends and family.

Results 1-10

January 10, 2012

Girls swimming
Lady Lions top Panthers
Fresh off its winning turn at the Northern State Conference meet Saturday, Bremen’s girls swim team beat NorthWood 95-85 in a dual meet at NorthWood Monday.
Katie Lafferty won the 50 and 100 free races, swam the opening leg on Bremen’s winning 200 medley relay team and the anchor on the Lady Lions’ winning 400 free relay squad, while Amy Fanning swam the anchor for Bremen’s medley relay team and opened for the team’s winning 400 free relay squad and won the 200 IM and 500 free races.

January 9th

Triton superintendent Carl Hilling resigns

January 9, 2012

BOURBON — Triton School Corporation superintendent Carl Hilling announced his resignation at a regularly scheduled school board meeting Monday evening. He will continue his duties as superintendent until the end of the 2011-12 school year.
"It's been a good four years," said Hilling, "but I have a wife who needs me in Michigan."

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