Keeping his eye on it

Photo by Jessica Williams.

Frederick's Photography batter Jayce Beeks keeps his eye on the ball as he swings during Huntington County Baseball action at Homier Park on Saturday, May 15.

Working at discus

Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Andrew Mason takes his steps on the way to releasing the discus in the Huntington North 9-10 Invitational Track Meet on Saturday, May 15.

Lund, Grabner lead HNHS softball team to doubleheader split with Richmond

Maureen Lund pitched a one-hit shutout and Alyssa Grabner had three hits and two RBI to lead the Huntington North High School varsity softball team two a 4-0 win in the first game of a doubleheader split with host Richmond on Saturday, May 15.

The Lady Vikings, 13-6 on the season, got the win in the conference tilt but fell 5-1 in the second game, which does not county toward conference standings.

Tackett's top five leads HNHS golfers to seventh at Culver invitational

EJ Tackett earned a top five finish to lead the Huntington North High School boys' golf team to a seventh place finish at the Culver Military Academy Invitational Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 15.

Tackett, a junior, carded a 73 to place fourth individually for the Vikings and pace them to a team score of 343, 44 strokes off the winning number of 299 posted by Hamilton Southeastern.

"EJ carded a good number but really had to battle for it," noted HNHS Head Coach Chris Hoke. "He stuck with it and ground it out. It was work for him today."

Walter V. Yeiter

Walter V. Yeiter, 82, of Huntington, IN, died Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 9:20 a.m. at his residence.

Mr. Yeiter had retired after 37 years at the Majestic Company in Huntington. He was a United States Army Veteran, serving in World War II.

He was born Oct. 18, 1927, in Hamilton, ND, to Walter W. and Ethel M. Fallon Yeiter. He married Mary Ware on Sept. 25, 1947, in Huntington. She preceded him in death on Aug. 25, 1986. His second marriage was to Bonnie Winterrowd Collins on Sept. 5, 1987. She survives.

Louellen M. Fouts

Louellen M. Fouts, 75, of Andrews, IN, died Saturday May 15. 2010, at 1:46 a.m. at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne following a short illness.

Mrs. Fouts was a homemaker and had been employed by Utrad as a winder.

She was born April 29, 1935, in Huntington to LeRoy and Ellen Harnish Crago. She married Othel "Slim" Fouts on June 1, 1952, and he survives.

Mary E. Pasko

Mary Elizabeth Pasko, 81, of Peabody Retirement Home, North Manchester, and formerly of Huntington, IN, died Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 5 a.m. at Parkview Huntington Hospital.

Mrs. Pasko worked in retail sales at J.C. Penney's, Huntington.

She was born Feb. 12, 1929, in Morgantown to Hugh Virgil and Lecie Barnet Hensley Johnson. She was married to Robert T. Pasko. He preceded her in death in September 1990.

Gather ye hither for many types of Renaissance Faire entertainment

The Nickel Shakespeare Girls will be one of the main entertainers at the Renaissance Faire, sponsored by the Huntington Jaycees. The event will be held May 27 through 31.
Photo provided.

Gather ye hither, the Huntington Jaycees presentation of the Renaissance Faire approacheth!

The event, which will be held at the PAL Club, May 27 to 31, will feature various forms of entertainment for young and old.

Highlighting the event are "The Nickel Shakespeare Girls," a trio of women well versed in Shakespeare and the Elizabethan period.

Along with impromptu comedy, clown work, choral work, fight work, acrobatics, and songs, the trio will perform excerpts from any Shakespeare play upon request.

Parade kicks off full schedule of games slated for Huntington County Baseball

Photo by Jessica Williams.

Members of the David Culp and Co. team wave and throw candy in the parade during this season's Huntington County Baseball opening ceremonies on Saturday morning, May 15, of Jefferson St. The events got rained out from last weekend, but a full schedule of games will be played across the county today.

Huntington County Baseball parade

Photo by Jessica Williams.

Azariah Horn, 5, dashes back to the curb after picking up candy during the Huntington County Baseball opening ceremonies parade on Saturday morning, May 15. The events, originally scheduled for last weekend, were rescheduled due to the rain


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