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Tuesday, January 22, 2019
The Rochester Sentinel
  • M.A.X. STRONG

    M.A.X. STRONG Shane and Brittany Ingle donated $2,150 toward one school bus stop arm camera through the M.A.X. Strong Foundation, created in honor of their three children who were hit and killed by a school bus Oct. 30. One of the main goals of the foundation is to raise funds and secure donations so that automated stop signal arm enforcement systems can be a part of all school systems throughout the State of Indiana. From left – State Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport, Shane Ingle, Brittany Ingle, school board member Jennie Smith and Rochester superintendent Jana Vance.

    The Sentinel photo/Tyra Bahney

  • CIRCLE, CIRCLE, DOT, DOT

    CIRCLE, CIRCLE, DOT, DOT Columbia Elementary School students in Amy Van Heyningen’s kindergarten class played in a variety of relay races Friday in gym class and show no sign of wearing out as they race to the big circle in the middle of the gym at the end of class with Kristen Murphy. From left – Dom Miller, Paisley Williams, Nevaeh Burke, Macie Urbin, Kaylee Owens, Travis Nolen, Easton Warren, Jace Wolf, Azrial Pawski and Colton Newcomb.

    The Sentinel photo/Tyra Bahney

  • BEAUTIFICATION AHEAD

    BEAUTIFICATION AHEAD This building owned by Gail Urbin, 710 Main St., is among 10 that will benefit from a Main Street Revitalization Program grant awarded by the state Thursday.

    The Sentinel photo/Tyra Bahney

  • OUTSTANDING CITIZENSHIP

    OUTSTANDING CITIZENSHIP Mayor Ted Denton, right, presents Jack Townsend with the Mayor’s 2018 Citizenship Award Wednesday during the State of the City address at Woodlawn Hospital. Townsend received the award for his more than 40 years of service for the Rochester community.

    The Sentinel photo/Wesley Dehne

    
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  • The Rochester school Board on Monday recognized those who donated towards the purchases of stop arm cameras for its school buses.
    The school’s goal is to equip 16 of its school buses with stop arm cameras.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 5:00 AM

GIRLS BASKETBALL
The Rochester, Argos and Culver girls basketball teams drew opponents against whom they lost earlier this season while Tippecanoe Valley and Winamac drew byes, according to the IHSAA draw released Sunday.
In addition, Caston and North Miami each drew the teams that knocked them out of last year’s sectional.

For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

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  • The Rochester school Board on Monday recognized those who donated towards the purchases of stop arm cameras for its school buses.
    The school’s goal is to equip 16 of its school buses with stop arm cameras.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

  • Today's dismissal times for Rochester, Valley and Caston: Valley: 1:30 p.m. middle school, 1:45 p.m. high school and 2 p.m. elementaries. Caston: 1:30 p.m. for all students. Rochester; 1:15 p.m. elementaries and 1:30 p.m. middle and high schools.
  • Tippecanoe Valley High School students will soon be able to learn how to prevent, or protect themselves from, online threats.
    The school will offer cybersecurity class next school year. Sophomores, juniors and seniors may take the elective one-year Project Lead the Way course. It will be taught by Nick Kindig.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

Donnelly, in Farewell Address, Calls on the Senate to do the Bipartisan Work Necessary to Solve the Big Problems Facing the Nation
Washington, D.C. – Today, on the floor of the United States Senate, Senator Joe Donnelly gave his farewell address, marking the final time he will give remarks in the Senate before his term of office expires in early January. In addition to thanking Hoosiers for giving him the opportunity to represent them, Donnelly called on his Senate colleagues to do the bipartisan work necessary to address the significant challenges facing our nation.
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  • GIRLS BASKETBALL
    The Rochester, Argos and Culver girls basketball teams drew opponents against whom they lost earlier this season while Tippecanoe Valley and Winamac drew byes, according to the IHSAA draw released Sunday.
    In addition, Caston and North Miami each drew the teams that knocked them out of last year’s sectional.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

  • Football
    Sean Kelly will be named the new football coach at Rochester High School, pending school board approval at Monday’s meeting.
    Kelly would replace Brian Hooker, who stepped down in December. Hooker died Jan. 3 at age 59.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

  • GIRLS BASKETBALL
    AKRON — The Rochester girls basketball team derailed any chances Tippecanoe Valley had of winning the Three Rivers Conference last season.
    Thanks to Sophie Bussard and her teammates, that wasn’t happening this year.

    For the complete story go to: Rochester Sentinel E-Edition.

  • Stephen C. Fear, 66, Kewanna, died Monday at home. Arrangements are pending at Zimmerman Bros. Funeral Home.
  • Julia M. Timbers, 88, Rochester, died Friday at Heritage Point of Warren.
    Survivors include a daughter, Connie Gunter, Star City; and a son, Mark Timbers, Huntington.
    Her funeral service is 10 a.m. Thursday at Good Family Funeral Home. Visitation is 3-6 p.m. Wednesday and one hour prior to the service Thursday, both at the funeral home.
  • Wanda L. Davis, 63, Akron, died Sunday at home.
    Survivors include her sons, Jason Stimeling, Akron, and Raymond Beamer, Colorado.
    No service will occur. Arrangements are handled by Earl-Love Funeral Home.
  • Judy Timbers, 88, Rochester, died Friday at Warren. Arrangements are pending at Good Family Funeral Home.
  • Evelyn J. Beam, 91, Argos, died Thursday at Miller’s Merry Manor, Culver.
    Survivors include two sons, William Beam, Argos, and Timothy Beam, Maineville, Ohio; a daughter, Beverly Barrett, Argos; a sister, Lily Parrish, Argos; and a brother, James Pomeroy, Bremen.
    His funeral service is noon Tuesday at Walnut Church of the Brethren, 5975 19th Road, Argos. Visitation is 10 a.m. to the time of the service Tuesday at the church. Arrangements are handled by Earl-Grossman Funeral Home.
  • Delores L. Titus, 76, Peru, died Wednesday at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne.
    Survivors include three children, Donald Mosley Jr., Tammy Hiles, and Raymond Mosley, all of Peru; and two sisters, Donna Tyre, Peru, and Wanda Sue Nickels, Logansport.
    Her funeral service is 2 p.m. Monday at McClain Funeral Home. Visitation is noon until the time of service Monday at the funeral home.
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