Arthur D. Graff

Arthur Dale Graff, 62, of Warren, IN, died Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, at 5:09 a.m.

Mr. Graff was a 1972 graduate of Huntington North High School and formerly worked at Bryant Auto Parts in Warren.

He was born Monday, Sept. 10, 1956, in Marion to Arthur Dale and Mildred Ann Enyeart Graff.

Survivors include a sister, Linda (Ted) Bowan, of Mt. Etna, and a brother, Roy Graff, of Richmond.
 
A celebration service will be held at a later date.
 
Arrangements are being handled by Glancy-H. Brown & Son Funeral Home in Warren.

Richard E. McDaniel

Richard Earl McDaniel, 68, of Huntington, IN, died Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, at 1:50 p.m. at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.

Mr. McDaniel graduated from Huntington High School in 1968. He farmed in Polk and Wayne townships. In 1998, he began working as a tanker driver for Johnson Petroleum in Huntington.

He was born July 17, 1950, in Huntington to Lloyd E. and Elizabeth Hedrick McDaniel. He married Gerda Ellen Seybold on Aug. 2, 1969, in Mt. Etna, and she survives.

John L. Baker

John L. Baker, 77, of Huntington, IN, died Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, at 10:52 a.m. at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.

Vikings lose to Spartans in soccer sectional championship game

Huntington North's Peyton Miller (left) and Homestead's Jordan Cassedy collide while leaping to head the ball during the Homestead Boys' Soccer Sectional championship game on Monday night, Oct. 8, at Warsaw. The Vikings lost, 5-1.
Photo by Steve Clark.

The Huntington North High School boys’ varsity soccer team lost 5-1 to Homestead in the championship game of the Homestead Boys’ Sectional Soccer Tournament on Monday, Oct. 8, at Warsaw.

Homestead, 11-5-3, scored a pair of goals in the first half and upped the margin to 3-0 before HNHS got on the board on a Carter Mertz goal off a Peyton Miller assist with about 25 minutes remaining in the game.

The Vikings finish the season with a record of 8-8-3.

Renaissance in Roanoke giving attendees biggest event ever

Dennis Albertson, of Hamilton, does some “Plein Air” painting at last year’s Renaissance in Roanoke in downtown Roanoke. The event, featuring “Plein Air” competitions, music, entertainment, food and children’s activities, will be held Saturday, Oct. 13.
TAB file photo

Those who come to the A Renaissance in Roanoke this year will get an extra treat, with the inaugural addition of a juried craft area added to the show, set for Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Main Street. The addition makes this year’s event the biggest yet.

Ruth Marsh, who heads up this year’s show, is excited about it, saying adding the craft section will give shoppers a wider price range in which to find art and handcrafted treasures.

Early voting in county starts this Wednesday

Starting on Wednesday, Oct. 10, all registered voters in Huntington County will have the option of voting early in the general election.

Early voting will be offered in the Huntington County Clerk’s Office at the Huntington County Courthouse, plus at three early voting satellite locations.

Any registered voter may cast their ballot early at any of the aforementioned locations, without having a specific reason for doing so. Voters are required to produce a state-issued photo ID when they vote.

Wickersham to lead off HU series

The Huntington University Foundation will kick off its 2018-2019 Foundation Breakfast series on Wednesday, Oct. 10, with a focus on economic development led by Mark Wickersham, executive director of Huntington County Economic Development Corporation.

Weighing in on the conversation will be Rich Card, plant manager of Gerdau; Eric Bricker, plant manager of Ecolab; and Sherilyn Emberton, president of Huntington University.

Youth turns unwanted items into donated funds

Seven-year-old Azlyn McQueen and her mother, medical laboratory scientist Niki McQueen, wear identical lab smocks during Azlyn’s visit last week to her mother’s work area at Parkview Huntington Hospital. Azlyn was at the hospital to see the lab and give a gift of proceeds from her July 4 garage sale to Parkview Huntington Foundation. The gift will be used to bring cheer to pediatric patients at the hospital.
Photo provided.

They were items she just didn’t need any longer – cars, books, a lawn mower, that type of thing.

She found a cash box, set up a table in the garage of her home, and had herself a sale over the Fourth of July. She made some money, and knew just where she wanted it to go. Her garage sale would help a particular group of hospital patients. It would help children. Children just like her.

Respect Life Month


Photo by Steve Clark.

Mayor Brooks Fetters (third from left) signed a proclamation designating October as Respect Life Month in Huntington on Monday, Oct. 1, in the Huntington Common Council chambers. Pictured is Tenley Stout (fourth from left), who was selected as the winner of Huntington County Right to Life People’s Choice Baby Photo Contest. Tenley is being held by her mother, Janelle Stout. Also pictured is Tenley’s father, Grady Stout, and her brother, Maddox Stout.

Younger Daniels takes reins at family shop

Photo by Steve Clark.
Justin Daniels

Justin Daniels is the new manager at Daniels Automotive.

Daniels may be new to the position, but he’s no stranger to the Huntington car care center. He spent years around the business when he was growing up, by virtue of being the son of owner Scott Daniels. The elder Daniels preceded his son in the role of manager and passed the position on to him in August.

“It’s just about a continuation of family business,” says Justin Daniels. “We talked about it for a long time when I was in college and stuff.”

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