June 18th, 2012
Rickie L. Bice
June 14, 2012
GRANGER âÂ Rickie L. Bice, 64, of Granger, died at his residence Thursday, June 14, 2012. Arrangements are pending at Chapel Hill Funeral Home, Osceola.
June 14, 2012
MORRIS, Ill. âÂ David Allen, 73, of Morris, Ill., died Thursday, June 14, 2012. Arrangements are pending at Mishler Funeral Home, Bremen.
Judith E. Lewis
June 15, 2012
MONTEREY âÂ Judith E. âJudyâ Lewis, 67, of Monterey died June 15, 2012 at 2:18 p.m. at her residence.
Dennis W. Stillson
April 13, 1924-June 8, 2012
BREMEN âÂ Dennis W. Stillson, 88, of Bremen, passed away Friday, June 8, 2012 at home. He was born April 13, 1924 to Harold and Della (Sears) Stillson in Bremen.
PLYMOUTH âÂ NASCAR champ Tony Stewart arrived for a much-anticipated Sprints On Dirt race Saturday at Plymouth Speedway â just in time to watch showers move in and postpone the event.
Stewart, who flew in to the Plymouth Airport after a mandatory practice at Michigan International Speedway was called for 6 p.m. in Brooklyn, Mich., was as disappointed as his fans in the nearly sold-out crowd that Mother Nature was not cooperating with the trackâs planned events.
INDIANAPOLIS â Tritonâs Clay Yeo scored 12 points as one of six Indiana Junior All-Stars in double figures as the Hoosiers beat Kentucky 126-103 at Heritage Christian School Friday night.
Also from the area, Pennâs Leo Svete finished with 10 points in the win as both Indianaâs boys and girls junior teams topped their Kentucky counterparts.
The Hoosier boys converted 13 3-pointers and made 19-of-22 free throws in the comfortable decision.
Kentucky took an early lead, but Indiana rebounded to seize a 63-57 advantage at intermission of the game with two 20-minute halves.
Post 27 finishes 3rd at Terre Haute tourney
Plymouth Post 27 dimed Bristol Post 243 in five innings, 17-3 Sunday after splitting a doubleheader with Lafayette Post 11 and Evansville Post 265 to finish third at the Terre Haute Amercian Legion Tournament.
Post 27 took advantage of 11 walks and five errors and collected 10 hits en route to the victory Sunday.
Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council executive director Kathy Clark had an idea running through her mind for several years. While she enjoyed all the great events of Lake Fest weekend, something directly involving the lake seemed to be missing.
This year, with the help of environmental council members and Lake Maxinkuckee Association executive director Jane Grund, that idea has morphed into the first ever Canoe, Kayak & SUP Poker Run on Lake Maxinkuckee, to be held Friday, July 20 from 5 pm to 8 p.m.
PLYMOUTH â Plymouth girls basketball may have a new head coach next season, but the man now serving at the helm of the program is hardly a new face.
PHS made it official Friday as it announced that longtime Lady Pilgrims assistant coach Dave Duncan would take over for 20-year skipper Dave Cox beginning in the 2012-13 season.
BOURBON â Four Triton baseball players have been selected to play in the Indiana Elite All-Star games Saturday, June 23 at Decatur Central High School in Indianapolis.Â
Trojans Bryson Mosier and Pete Kauffman will play in the Class A junior game scheduled for 10 a.m. EDT, while Zak Shively and Marc Lindsey will compete in the 1A seniors game slated for 12:30 p.m. EDT at the event, which is broken down according to class and school year and is in its second year.
LAKEVILLE â A recent Argos alum will take the reins of LaVilleâs boys soccer program, the school announced Friday.
LaVille High School announced the hiring of Adam Calhoun, a 2009 graduate of Argos High School, as new head boys soccer coach.
Calhoun played four years varsity soccer at Argos as a midfielder and defender. He also played goalie at Ancilla College, where he served as team captain and on the Ancilla College Athletic Committee. He holds three goal-keeping records at Ancilla â shutouts in a season, goals against average and shutouts in a career.
For Jack Johnston, the idea was so simple it should have already been taken: kids love ice cream and they love to stay in hotels. So the Culver residentâs new childrenâs book, âIce Cream Hotel,â created a match made in kid heaven.
Actually, the idea itself started with a kid: Johnstonâs Culver Elementary School niece, Sarah Luttrell, had created an âice cream hotelâ drawing for art class, and Johnston was immediately struck by the idea. So, though heâd never had aspirations to pen a picture book, he went home and in two hours had the story on paper.