Month: September 2020

Month: September 2020

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Month: September 2020

first_imgSunman, IN—After hearing of a schoolmate being hospitalized and diagnosed with Juvenile diabetes on Saturday, Nolan Maple, a 7th grader at St. Nicholas School decided he wanted to do something nice for her. “I saw a Kindle at the church picnic that needed 300 prize tickets to win, so I went around to all my friends and kids from school and asked if they wanted to add their tickets to mine to get a Kindle for our classmate,” said Maple.Each winning game received an average of 2 tickets, but the kids were determined to let her know they were thinking of her.   It didn’t take long before the group had enough tickets!   One parent comment, “That is just the St. Nicholas way!”last_img


Month: September 2020

first_imgThe 7th Grade Lady Cardinals fell short against Jac-Cen-Del 25-13, 25-11.  Cora Roth served for 3 points, Ashley Hunter and Jaelyn Owens had 2 points each, and Kalli Obermeyer, Rachel Suttmann and Lucy Abplanalp had 1 point each. Sophia Hohenstein passed the ball well to help setup the offense. Cora Roth and Lucy Abplanalp with 2 hits and Ashley Hunter with 1 hit.   The St. Louis 8th Grade Volleyball team worked hard to pull out a win against Jac-Cen-Del in 2 sets 25-17, 25-21. The Cardinals was able to serve strong to stay on top for the whole match. Isabelle Wonnell led the Cardinals with 10 points followed by Catherine Streator 6 points, Kate Weber and Ella Moster 5 points each, Rhea Miller 2 points and Lilly Schebler 1 point. Ingrid Tuveson, Maggie Beiser and Ava Owens moved around the court very well to pass the ball to the setter so the offense could be set up. Kate Weber and Isabelle Wonnell had 2 kills each along with Catherine Streator and Claire Saner was able to put down 1 kill each. Claire Saner was strong at the net on defense with tipping several times to get the easy point.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jennifer Meer.last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgPhilip “Goose” Powers Jr, age 77, of Napoleon, passed away at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis on Friday January 3, 2020.  Philip was born on July 18, 1942, the son of the late Philip and Audrie (Smith) Powers in Decatur County Indiana.After attending Napoleon High School , Philip proudly served in the United States Army from 1964-1966. After returning from service, Philip entered the work force, and spent the next 40 plus years working in manufacturing.  The majority of his working years were at BCA/NTN in Greensburg.He was an avid basketball fan, supporting the local teams as well as the Indiana Hoosiers.  He like spending time with family and friends.  In his earlier years he enjoyed fishing and hunting.Philip is survived by daughter Cheryl (Charlie) Johannigman, grandchildren Christen and Matthew Johannigman, and brothers Anthony “Tony” of Napoleon and Richard (Linda) of Harrison, Ohio.  He was preceded in death by brothers Kenny and Gary, sisters Elizabeth Powers, Gladys Forwalt, Joanna Hendrix and Barbara Walterman, and infant grandson Charles Craig Johannigman.Visitation will be held on Tuesday January 7, 2020 from 4pm-7pm at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood.  Funeral services will be held on Wednesday January 8, 2020 at 10 am. also at the funeral home, with burial following at Union Flatrock Baptist Church Cemetery.  Memorials may be given to the cemetery fund, in care of the funeral home.last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgOn April 16th, 2020, Louise Cahoon Schotte passed away in hospice care at home, under the loving care of her niece and daughter, comfortably at the age of 93.Louise Cahoon was born April 28, 1926, in New York, NY to parents Louis and Jessie Cahoon. Louise was a loving, stubborn woman who lived her life on her terms. An avid lover of horses, Louise was always on the move, traveling the country to ride her horses anywhere and everywhere, with her favorite location being Brown County State Park in Indiana. After the tragic loss of her daughter Betty Jean in 1985, Louise took special care of her grandchildren, providing maternal guidance sadly taken from them too soon.Louise was preceded in death by her parents, Louis and Jessie Cahoon, brothers Edward, Louis, James and Donald Cahoon and sisters Ruth Cahoon and Mary Jane Moran. She was also preceded in death by her daughter Elizabeth Jean Stenger (Nogami). She is survived by sister Betty Ann Wright (Cahoon), adopted daughter Linda Borgelt, son Russell Morrison and daughter Alix Morrison, grandchildren Heidi Morrison, Michelle, Mark, and Beth Stenger, great-grandchildren Skye and Mikayla Cable, Dustin and Peyton Courter, niece Judi Charron (Wright) and countless other nieces, nephews and other relations.There will be a celebration of life to be held at a later date. She will be cremated and interred with her daughter Betty Jean Stenger at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, OHlast_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgTrenton R. Thornburg, age 25 of Franklin, died Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Born January 8, 1995 in Muncie, Indiana, he is the son of Susan Moeller Bohman and Mark Thornburg. He was an HVAC Technician for Lennox National.Trent enjoyed traveling and meeting new people. He was a great listener, genuinely caring and generous individual who always put his friends and family first. It was not uncommon for him to ‘pay it forward’ if he felt the other person was in need. He found joy in the simple things in life and only saw the good in others. Trent is survived by his mother Susan Bohman of Batesville; father Mark Thornburg of Albany, Indiana; stepfather Dale Bohman of Hamburg; sister Kayla Bork of Petersburg, Michigan; brothers Branson Thornburg of Monroe, Michigan, Devin Childers of Louisville, Kentucky, Matthew Thornburg of Batesville, Joseph Bohman of Hamburg; grandparents Patricia and Richard Moeller of Hamburg, Regina and Willard Williamson of Muncie, Indiana; step grandparents Paula and Richard Bohman of Hamburg as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his grandfather Richard Thornburg and step grandmother Barbara Thornburg.Trent will be cremated. The family will receive friends from 9 a.m. until Noon Wednesday, June 10th, at the Weigel Funeral Home. Attendees will need to observe social distancing while in the funeral home and masks will be respected. A memorial service will follow at 12:30 p.m. at Holy Family Church with Rev. Carl Langenderfer O.F.M. officiating. Burial will be at a later date. The family requests memorials to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or Riley’s Children’s Hospital. For online condolences go to www.weigelfh.com.last_img read more


Month: September 2020

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Month: September 2020

first_imgJeanette Couch age 89, of Brookville, Indiana passed away Saturday night August 8, 2020 at her home in Brookville, Indiana.Born February 4, 1931 in Hamilton, Ohio she was the daughter of the late Harlan & Dorothy (Richardson) Hymer.  On December 18, 1948 she was united in marriage to Charlie Couch, and he preceded her in death on November 17, 2012.Jeanette was a graduate of Hamilton High School with the class of 1948.  She worked at Pillsbury in Hamilton for over 25 years until its closure.  After her and Charlie moved to Brookville in 1969, she became extremely active in the local churches.  She was a member of Horseshoe Bend Baptist Church for several years, and a founding member of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Brookville.  The Couch family would like to extend their gratitude to Jeanette’s dear friend, Lora Crockett, who was an absolute ray of light in Jeanette’s life.Survivors include her son & daughter-in-law, Charles “Eddie” & Nellie Couch of Brookville, Indiana, a daughter-in-law, Analyn Couch of Richmond, Indiana; three grandchildren, Kevin Couch of Los Angeles, California, Jeremy Couch of Louisville, Kentucky and Rachel Couch of Richmond, Indiana; two great-grandsons, Tai and Parker Couch of Louisville, Kentucky.In addition to her parents and husband Charlie, she was preceded in death by a son, Ricky Lee Couch who died February 26, 2012; and a brother, Boyd Hymer.Family & friends may visit from 9:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Pastor Kevin Waltz of Emmanuel Baptist Church will officiate the Funeral Services on Wednesday August 12, 2020, 11:00 A.M. at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home in Brookville.  Burial will then follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville.Memorial Contributions may directed to the American Cancer Society.  The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home are honored to once again serve the Couch family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences to the family please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgRelatedPosts Joe Aribo vows to bounce back from injury Joe Aribo out of Super Eagles friendlies Gerrard gets Aribo, Leon Balogun boost Joe Aribo has returned to Rangers training sporting a Peter Cech-style protective skull cap following the brutal head knock he suffered against Livingston last week. Aribo required 20 stitches to his head after being flattened by Ricki Lamie in the Betfred Cup quarter final in West Lothian. The summer signing was seen bleeding heavily before being taken off after half an hour at Livi. He sat out the weekend thrashing of Aberdeen and is expected to miss this week’s Europa League clash with Young Boys and Sunday’s Premiership meeting with Hamilton. But the 22-year-old was spotted training with his teammates at Auchenhowie on Wednesday morning with his injury protected by both the protective head gear and bandaging underneath. The Livi midfielder escaped without a caution but Gerrard said: “I don’t think the player has gone in to intentionally hurt him but that in my book is serious dangerous play and in any other league it is a red card.” Gerrard added: “After getting 20 stitches in his head he is OK. “The doctors did a fantastic job on him as he was cut all the way to the bone. “The doctor will decide in the coming days when he will back. “He will definitely miss the game at the weekend and potentially the next few after this.”Tags: Betfred CupJoe AriboPetr CechRangersRicki Lamielast_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgRelatedPosts Ibrahimovic to stay at Milan for another season – Reports Pioli pens new AC Milan two-year deal AC Milan coach brushes off Ibrahimovic’s angry reaction to substitution Milan’s football clubs and the city municipality are in talks to try to resolve a dispute over plans for a new stadium to replace the nearly century-old San Siro arena. Serie A’s clubs AC Milan and Internazionale FC in July filed a request to build a new jointly-owned 60,000-seat stadium in the San Siro area. Both clubs are respectively owned by US fund Elliott and Chinese electronic retailer Suning. The new stadium is the key element in a wider real estate plan for the district, which includes tearing down the historic San Siro arena, dubbed “La Scala del Calcio’’. AC Milan and Inter Milan see a new modern arena as a crucial way to boost their revenues. Both clubs’ revenues are lagging behind those of their peers who own their home grounds, such as Serie A rival Juventus FC and many other European top football clubs. But the Milan municipality, which owns San Siro and has to give its approval to the plan, has so far shown little enthusiasm for the 1.2 billion euro project. Sources have said Goldman Sachs is ready to bankroll the project. Goldman Sachs did not respond to a request for comment. Milan’s mayor Giuseppe Sala has repeatedly cast doubt over the idea of knocking down the three-ring arena that opened in 1926. It has undergone several restorations over the years to reach its current 80,000 capacity. However, both clubs are reluctant to use a revamped San Siro for their matches in the future, saying further restoration would be costly and ineffective.Tags: AC MilanInternazionale FCSan Sirolast_img read more