June 21st, 2012
CHESTERTON â€” It took awhile but Plymouth Post 27 finally hit its way out of a slump and found a way to take a come-from-behind win away from Valparaiso Post 94.
The Diamond Spiders scored seven runs in the top of the ninth and held on for a 10-7 win at Chesterton High School Wednesday night.
First-year addition to the coaching staff Will Shepard was happy with the teamâ€™s performance in the later innings.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Plymouth police were called to the area of Family Express Monday around 9:30 p.m. by a woman who reported that she had been propositioned by a nude man while she was pumping gas.
John Allyn caught this 20 1/2 inch largemouth from Gilbert Lake. Submit your â€śBig Catchâ€ť photos throughout June and July; photo contest winners will be notified Aug. 1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com; or drop off your photos at 214 N. Michigan St., Plymouth; or mail to P.O. Box 220, Plymouth, IN 46563.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Fire Department has issued two conditional offers of employment, as announced in the city council meeting Monday.
These offers will stand provided all application and testing requirements are met. The two conditional new employees are Zach Marquardt and Nick Allen.
Also, the City Engineer presented three requests from United Telephone to install communication infrastructure on Harrison Street, Jim Neu Drive, and Pioneer Drive for LifePlex. The requests were approved by the board.
PLYMOUTH â€” Marshall County residents will have a chance to make their opinion known on the Commissioners proposed ordinance to allow golf carts on county roads.
The measure was brought before the Commissioners in early June. At that time the ordinance allowed golf cart traffic only on roads with reduced speed limits or in neighborhoods surrounding area lakes and golf courses.
The committee behind the Culver Boys & Girls Club's annual auction and dinner event is recuperating after another evening of sparkling and convivial success -- to the tune of some $44,000 and counting raised for the club, according to committee chair Ginny Munroe.
Held Friday evening at the Culver Academies' Lay Dining Center, festively decorated for the occasion, and catered by the dining hall itself -- under the direction of Lee Wilhite and head chef Larry Surrisi -- the event was attended by some 200 area residents under the theme of "Building Brighter Futures."
Terry J. RosanderÂ
Oct. 7, 1960-June 17, 2012
SOUTH BEND â€”Â Terry Jay Rosander, 51, of South Bend, formerly of Grovertown, born Oct. 7, 1960 to Kathleen and Delbert Rosander, died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by his sisters and brother after a long struggle with the residual effects of a traumatic brain injury sustained in 1991.
Robert W. Mallory
Aug. 20, 1924-June 13, 2012
James Michael Cherrone Jr.
June 16, 2012
BREMEN â€”Â James Michael Cherrone Jr., 23, of Bremen, died Saturday, June 16, 2012 at South Bend Memorial Hospital.
He is survived by his parents, James Michael Cherrone Sr. and Melody Cherrone of Bremen; two brothers, Joshuah James Cherrone and Nicholas (Courtney) Cherrone; and a sister, Windie Ellen Cherrone.
A funeral service will be held Thursday, June 21, 2012 at 10 a.m. at Horizon Ministries in Bremen.
Visitation is at the church Wednesday, June 20, 2012 from 4 to 8 p.m.
PLYMOUTH â€” For years Marshall County has taken advantage of a state program that allows the county to receive a 50 percent match for Emergency Management Agency Director Clyde Averyâ€™s salary.
As long as the county met a certain point total on the stateâ€™s preparedness guidelines and Avery has continued to meet the standards set for his profession by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) â€” which the county and Avery have exceeded â€” then the state would pay half of Averyâ€™s salary.