Archive - 2014
May 5, 2014
ROCHESTER â€”Â James Bair, 98, Rochester, died at 8 a.m., Monday, May 5, 2014 at his residence.
Arrangements are pending at Good Family Funeral Home, Rochester.
MIDDLEBURY â€” Plymouthâ€™s Pilgrims were on a roll but couldnâ€™t maintain it as they dropped a tough 6-3 decision on the road at Northridge on Monday night.
On a four game win streak and 5-0 on the road for the year, the Pilgrims fought from behind all night long but couldnâ€™t put together enough runs to out do the pitching and hitting of the Raiders at home.
Robert S. Edgell Jr.
April 28, 2014
KNOX â€” Robert S. Edgell Jr., 83, died Monday, April 28, 2014 at the Center for Hospice House, South Bend.
Rannells Funeral Home, Hamlet Chapel is handling arrangements.
May 3, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” Violet Schoof, 93, of Plymouth, died at 3 a.m. on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Catherine Kasper Life Center, Donaldson.
Arrangements are pending with the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, Plymouth.
Karen M. Denney
May 3, 2014
ARGOS â€”Â Karen M. Denney, 47, of Argos died May 3, 2014 at 1:07 a.m. at Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester.
Tritonâ€™s Mallorie Jennings earned three wins inside the circle, went 6-for-10 at the plate and surpassed her 600th career strikeout over the course of last week.
Glennâ€™s Tyler Prentkowski shot a 76 to beat out the rest of the field at Mystic Hills by four strokes and win the individual title at the Marshall County Meet Saturday.
CULVER â€” All things must end.
After six straight Marshall County Tournament Championships, Triton finally relinquished its hold on the county trophy Saturday, as Glenn carded a 340 to beat out the defending-champion Trojans by 11 strokes and take the tourney hardware home to Walkerton.
Bremen was third behind Triton with a 359, LaVille was fourth with a 364, CMA placed fifth with a 369, and host Culver Community rounded out the field with a 399 at Mystic Hills in Culver.
PLYMOUTH â€” The agenda for the May 6 Plymouth School Board meeting was released on Friday.Among other items, the Board will consider entering into a four-year contract for a Learning Management System. Among other things, the program would allow teachers to interact individually with students, build units, and design on-line courses. The combined totals for the four-year contract are set at $133,473.
To get the details on this contract before the Tuesday school board meeting, read today's issue of The Pilot News. Subscriptions to both the print and e-editions are available.
TIPPECANOE â€” A group of students from Triton school organized a series of education classes aimed at kids at Potawatomi Wildlife park as part of the students project for Destination Imagination. Saturday morning was the final class for the students just in time for the parkâ€™s May bird count on Saturday, May 10.
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Aug. 25, 1925 â€“ April 30, 2014
CULVER â€”Â Ted L. Strang of Culver passed away on April 30 at the age of 88. Except for his U.S. Navy service in the South Pacific in World War II and immediately after, Ted was a lifelong Culver resident. He was long known as one of the fishermen most knowledgeable of Lake Maxinkuckee. He was a pillar of Culverâ€™s VFW PostÂ 6919.
Walter P. Krontz
July 17, 1950 - April 30, 2014
BOURBON â€”Â Walter P. Krontz, 63, of Bourbon, passed away of natural causes on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 in his home at Bourbon.
Walter was born July 17, 1950 the son of Walter and Pauline Krontz Sr. He has been a resident of Bourbon since 1998.
He had worked at Dexter Axle of Fremont as a welder and he was a graduate of Butler High School. Walter was a veteran of the Vietnam War serving his country in the United States Army from April 20, 1970 â€“ Nov. 19, 1971.