January 4th, 2012
BREMEN â€” Coming off a two-week holiday layover, the Lions got off to a bit of a slow start Tuesday.
Once they shook off the rust, however, they took over.
After surrendering a 4-0 game-opening run by visiting Bethany Christian, Bremen locked in to hold the Bruins scoreless from the field for more than six minutes, grabbing a 10-point, 15-5 lead in the process. Bethany responded with a run of its own in the second quarter, but the Lions answered back and never trailed after the 2:30 mark of the first in a 59-45 win at home.
LaVille wins at NorthWood
LaVille bounced back from a Peru Tournament championship loss with a 59-51 win on the road at NorthWood Tuesday.
The Lancers were led by Andrew Hostetlerâ€™s 20 points, while Jordyn Williams and Nick Amor chipped in 16 and 11, respectively. Justin Baker finished with game-high tallies of four assists â€”Â along with Williams â€” five steals and seven rebounds for LaVille.
NorthWood was led by Jonathon Wilkinsonâ€™s 13 points, followed by Braxton Millerâ€™s 12 and Zach Zurcherâ€™s 11 in a balanced scoring effort.
Start the new year off right with free exercise classes provided by the Plymouth Park Department tonight. There will be a 4-mile walk class at 6 p.m. at Webster Recreation Center. It is a fast-paced 4-mile walk class like you've never tried before. Class instructor is Jane Fuentes. Zumba class is at 7 p.m., also led by Jane Fuentes at the Webster Recreation Center. This one-hour class is a fun way for anyone to exercise. For more information please contact Becky Mear at 574-540-6433 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The annual Plymouth High School Financial Aid Night will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the school cafeteria. This is an important meeting for seniors and their parents to attend. Information will be provided on available sources of financial assistance and the most effective method of applying for them. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be discussed in detail. All students and parents from area high schools are invited to attend.
By Carol Anders
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Common Council has three new members, but all three are familiar faces from the community.
Shawn Grobe, Duane Culp and Don Ecker along with returning members Mike Delp and Wayne Smith were officially sworn in Monday night by Judge Dean Colvin.
Grobe and Ecker have been serving on the Redevelopment Commission and Culp is a long-time officer with the Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Department.
The council elected Mike Delp as President Pro-Tempore on a vote of 4-0-1, with Delp abstaining.
Jan. 1, 2012
ARGOS â€”Â Lynda Bennett, 51, of 17607 Kenilworth Road, Argos, died Jan. 1, 2012 at 5:58 p.m. at Indiana University Health Goshen Hospital. Arrangements are pending with the Earl-Grossman Funeral Home, Argos.
Robert T. Servis
PLYMOUTH â€” Robert T. Servis, 77, a resident of River Park, Plymouth died Monday, Jan. 2, 2012 at his home. Service arrangements are incomplete at the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, Plymouth.
Argos boys basketball coach Doug Snyder talks with players from the sidelines of the Dragons' Winter Classic game with West Central at home at Phil Weybright Gymnasium last week.
Wednesday, approximately 180 soldiers of the 381st MP Unit from Indiana will be deployed to Afghanistan. About 90 of the soldiers are from northern Indiana, out of the Plymouth National Guard Armory. Members of the Plymouth American Legion, VFW, DAV and Plymouth FOP Lodge 195 are planning a deployment ceremony Wednesday, Jan. 4.
The 30-minute ceremony will be held at the National Guard Armory on West Madison Street at 1 p.m. U.S. Congressman Joe Donnelly, State Representative Nance Dembowski, and Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will be guest speakers.
ROCHESTER â€” When 21-year-old Mallory Wyatt, of Rochester, decided to make a video last week to encourage young people struggling with being bullied, she never imagined the response she would get.
â€śI decided I wanted to make a video to show people that they donâ€™t always know what is going on in others' lives, and they shouldnâ€™t make fun of (people),â€ť said Wyatt. â€śI just thought (people) in Rochester would see it.â€ť