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September 16th, 2011

Uceny wins Diamond League

September 17, 2011

Friday evening, the following message was posted on the popular running Website,
“Let there be no doubt, ‘Morgan Uceny is the best 1,500 meter runner in the world.’ Let us repeat, ‘Morgan Uceny is the best 1,500 meter runner in the world,’” the Website reported after watching Friday’s Van Damme Memorial track meet in Brussels, Belgium.
Just two weeks after she was knocked to the ground at the World Track & Field Championships in Korea, Uceny bounced back to win the women’s 1500-meter run at Brussels, clocking the fastest time in the world this year, 4:00.06.

Bremen, Glenn, LaVille close seasons at Penn Sectional

September 17, 2011

GRANGER — Area golfers battled some nerves at the Penn Sectional, and Bremen, John Glenn and LaVille closed out their seasons at Knollwood Country Club Friday.
No. 1-ranked Penn was led by dual low medal 76s from Karie Bellville and Anastasia Carter to claim its fourth straight sectional title with a 376 team score, while Marian placed second with a 376, and Adams grabbed the final ticket out to next week’s LaPorte Regional with a 417.

Football results 9-17

September 17, 2011

Falcons surge past Trojans
Treavor Duff had a breakout game for John Glenn with 172 rushing yards, and the Falcons overcame an early score from Triton to claim a 62-7 Northern State Conference win at Bourbon Friday.
Triton went up 7-0 at the 10:24 mark of the first frame on a 38-yard pass from Bryson Mosier to D.J. Riffle, but it was Glenn’s show from there on out as the Falcons racked up 553 total offensive yards to the Trojans’ 90 en route to nine touchdowns.
Mosier led Triton in rushing with 20 yards in nine carries, while Riffle gained 11 yards in one run.

Part 4 of 5: Concerns for parents—how to monitor your child's usage; what's your financial responsibility?

September 16, 2011

How can parents be sure that their children are doing what they are supposed to with their school-provided computer? After all, the “Internet generation” was so named for a reason: they tend to be more technology-inclined than their parents. The fact has not gone unaddressed by area schools.
“We are giving (students) a device to take home that could be harmful to them,” said Culver Community High School principal Albert Hanselman.
Now that one-to-one allows students to take their computers home, parents may experience some worry about how to monitor their child’s computer time.

Death notices 9-16-11

September 16, 2011

Letha F. Flory
Sept. 13, 2011
NAPPANEE — Letha F. Flory, 92, of Nappanee, died at 5:05 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13, at her residence.
Surviving are a son, John Flory, Leesburg; daughters, Janet (Larry) Burckhart, Melbourne, Fla., Bonnie Wiedemen, Bourbon, and Debbie Schmucker, Goshen; 11 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by sisters, Betty Hughes and Lucille Maxson.

G. Berniel Butler

September 16, 2011

G. Berniel Butler
Sept. 10, 2011
NILES — G. Berniel Butler, 90, of Niles, Mich. died Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011 at Memorial Hospital of South Bend.
She is survived by her husband Lawrence of Niles, two daughters Katha (Michael) Machalleck of Vandalia, Mich. and Jill (Roger) Jirikovic of Davison, Mich.; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and one sister Gretchen (Dean) Kimble of Bremen.
Funeral service will be held Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 11 a.m. at the Mishler Funeral Home, Bremen and will be officiated by Pastor Michael Smith.

August Little 500 Go-Cart race coming next year?

September 16, 2011

PLYMOUTH — If things continue to keep falling in place, Plymouth could be the site of a Little 500 Go-Cart race in August of next year.
FOP Lodge 195 has been researching the possibility of holding go-cart races in the downtown area. It has been more than 15 years since that type of race was held here.
Heading up the initial fact finding on the particulars of what a race would entail are FOP members Joe Reed and Phil Scott. Reed has made trips to various towns in and out of the state to observe races and meet with promoters.

Phyllis L. Lytle

September 16, 2011

Phyllis L. Lytle
October 26, 1940 — Sept. 13, 2011
BOURBON — Phyllis L. Lytle, 88 of Bourbon, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011 at Bremen Health Care, Bremen.
She was born to William Nye and Laura Roberts Nye Nov. 1, 1922. She married Robert Lytle Oct. 26, 1940. He preceded her in death Dec. 11, 1981.

Gloria Jean Friebe

September 16, 2011

Gloria Jean Friebe
September 16, 1942 - September 12, 2011
PLYMOUTH — Gloria Jean (Carpenter) Friebe, beloved wife and mother, passed away peacefully, early on the morning of September 12, 2011. 
She fought many battles with health recently, but chose to face her last battle with cancer, at her home surrounded by her husband of 45 years, Arnold Friebe; her daughters, Karen (Larry) Nauman of Heiskell, Tenn. and Terry (Greg) Stohl of Sisters, Ore.; her son, Arthur Friebe of Winamac; her niece Georgine (Keith) Spencer of Bourbon; and her beloved pets, Cocoa and Cody. 

Death notices 9-13-11

September 16, 2011

Melva May Sanders
Sept. 12, 2011
ROCHESTER — Melva May Oliver Sanders, 92, of Washington Street, Rochester, died at 10:45 a.m. Monday, Sept. 12, at her residence.

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