Archive - 2014
LAPAZ/LAKEVILLE â€” The Union-North United School Corporation approved to purchase two used school buses, a 2006 model at $25,000 and a 1997 bus at $4,000 that will be used as extra buses according to the needs of the corporation.
The Board approved $8,040 for personnel ECA positions for the 2014 to 2015 school year, as well as terminating the employment of Ginger Holbert and Elizabeth Horvath as part-time Title I Aides. The termination will result in the school corporationâ€™s ability to consolidate two part-time positions into one full time position.
ARGOS â€” 52 members of 4-H who have invested 10 years were recognized as part of the annual Marshall County 4-H Fair's opening ceremonies.
The Fair opened yesterday and will continue through July 19
Photos of each 10-year members, the fair schedule for today and tomorrow and additional photos from opening day are printed in Monday's edition of the Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The annual "Catch the Spirit" gala was well attended by about 260 people, all of whom were involved in some way with St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.
The gala was both a celebration and a kick off for a fundraising campaign. Honored at the event were the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ who received the Community Spirit Award.
Robert L. Arndt Sr.
Oct. 18, 1947 - July 9, 2014
BREMEN â€” Robert L. Arndt Sr., 66, of Bremen passed away Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at home. He was born on Oct. 18, 1947 to Joseph and Kathryn Arndt. Robert graduated from Bremen High School with the class of 1965 and went on to work as a union pipefitter for AM General for 25 years. Robert enjoyed woodworking and a good cup of coffee. He was a member of the UAW.
Pearl C. White
March 7, 1942 - July 9, 2014
CULVER â€” Pearl C. White, 72, passed away Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, Mishawaka Campus.
Lewis Eugene Miller
June 17, 1942 - July 8, 2014
NOBLESVILLE â€” Lewis Eugene Miller, 72, of Noblesville, passed away on July 8, 2014, surrounded by his loving family. Lewis was known for his generous and giving spirit to all who knew him.
Lewis was an avid sports fan, he enjoyed playing sports with his two sons Matthew and Scott and also enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren who were his pride and joy. Lewis was a family man, who loved providing for his family.
PLYMOUTH â€” The language of Plymouth's ordinance concerning livestock in the city limits is causing confusion, as reports of animals, especially chickens has increased since a board of zoning appeals meeting last week.
The ordinance can be interpreted two ways, making enforcement difficult, the City code enforcement officer said.
PLYMOUTH â€” This Friday, tonight, Encore Performing Artsâ€™ Music in the Park features the return of Southside Denny & the Snyders, blues artists extraordinaire. Thereâ€™ve been some changes since their last appearance two years ago.
Though locals still remember them as â€˜Southsideâ€™ referring to South Bend, Snyder moved his family north to Montreal, Canada in 2007. And the rest of the band, his offspring, have sprouted.
His daughter Lorrie, now 18, does vocals and bass and son Philip, 14, still plays the drums. And Denny cut his hair. The ponytail is gone.
ARGOS â€” Open Class exhibits will be accepted from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, July 12 in the Open Class Building at the Marshall County fairgrounds. Exhibit guides are available at the Marshall County Extension Office at 112 W. Jefferson in Plymouth or online at www.ag.purdue.edu/counties/marshall, then click on Family on the brown bar.
Please call 574-936-5418 for more information.
Michael E. Pritchett
July 22, 1955 - July 6, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Former Rochester resident, Michael Edward Pritchett, 58, currently of Plymouth, passed away unexpectedly at 9:32 p.m., Sunday, July 6, at his home.
On July 22, 1955, Michael Edward PritchettÂ was born in Hammond to Edward G. and Helen M. Mills Pritchett. Growing up he shared his childhood with a sister Pat and a brother John. With great Zebra pride in May of 1973, Mike graduated from Rochester High School with his class.