Kuiper scores two, knocks in three to lead HU softball to doubleheader win

Brita Kuiper scored two runs and had three RBI to lead the Huntington University softball team to 6-3, 7-1 doubleheader sweep of visiting Saint Francis on Saturday, April 24.

In the opener, Huntington found itself tied 2-2 after the second inning, but RBI singles by Kuiper and Megan Smith allowed three Foresters to cross the plate in the third.

Molly Long took the win for Huntington, allowing two runs on four hits while notching five strikeouts and two walks.

HU men's tennis team falls short against Cedarville

The Huntington University men's tennis team had just three wins, all in singles, in a 3-6 loss to host Cedarville on Saturday, April 24.

Gonzalo Vivas had the 6-0, 7-5 win at No. 1 singles. Jameel Brenneman won 6-4, 6-4 at No. 3 and Jon Brenneman won 7-6, 2-6, 6-4 at No. 4.

Martin Vivas lost at No. 2, 1-6, 3-6; Matt Cable fell 1-6, 2-6 at No. 5; and Paul Hageman lost 0-6, 0-6 at No. 6.

In doubles, the Vivas brothers lost 5-8 at No. 1, the Brenneman brothers fell 1-8 at No. 2 and Keaton McDonald and Jeff Hart were beaten 5-8 at No. 3.

 

DeLoss W. Hartley

DeLoss W. Hartley, 86, of Roanoke, IN, died Saturday, April 24, 2010, at Visiting Nurse and Hospice Home, Fort Wayne.

Mr. Hartley graduated from Roanoke High School in 1942 and served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was a member of the Air Force Reserve until 1970, when he retired as a lieutenant-colonel. He joined his father at Hartley Garage in 1945, retiring from the business in 1989. He served as a volunteer firefighter in Roanoke for 41 years.

Sheriff’s race draws two veterans — one city, and one county

Tom Carney.
Photo provided.

The Republican ticket for sheriff in the May 4 primary features a battle of the brown and the blue.

Candidates are Tom Carney, a 21-year veteran of the Huntington County Sheriff's Department, and Terry Stoffel, a long-time officer and former chief of the Huntington Police Department.

The sheriff serves both the county and the state, according to the Association of Indiana Counties.

Sheriff’s race draws two veterans — one city, and one county

Terry Stoffel.
Photo provided.

The Republican ticket for sheriff in the May 4 primary features a battle of the brown and the blue.

Candidates are Tom Carney, a 21-year veteran of the Huntington County Sheriff's Department, and Terry Stoffel, a long-time officer and former chief of the Huntington Police Department.

The sheriff serves both the county and the state, according to the Association of Indiana Counties.

Incumbent Terri Boone seeks GOP nomination as assessor

Terri Boone.
Photo provided.

Three candidates are competing for the Republican nomination for the position of Huntington County Assessor.

Incumbent Terri Boone is going up against Joan Stoffel and Donald Schoeff for the position.

The assessor is responsible for determining the assessed value of all properties in the county and to confirm those values with the county auditor. The assessor also handles taxpayer property assessment appeals. The assessor only establishes the value of the property and has nothing to do with the tax rate.

Terri Boone

Veteran officeholder Donald Schoeff seeks GOP nomination as assessor

Donald Schoeff.
Photo provided.

Three candidates are competing for the Republican nomination for the position of Huntington County Assessor.

Joan Stoffel and Donald Schoeff are going up against incumbent Terri Boone for the position.

The assessor is responsible for determining the assessed value of all properties in the county and to confirm those values with the county auditor. The assessor also handles taxpayer property assessment appeals. The assessor only establishes the value of the property and has nothing to do with the tax rate.

One of those candidates is Donald Schoeff.

Veteran officeholder Joan Stoffel seeks GOP nomination as assessor

Joan Stoffel.
Photo provided.

Three candidates are competing for the Republican nomination for the position of Huntington County Assessor.

Joan Stoffel and Donald Schoeff are going up against incumbent Terri Boone for the position.

The assessor is responsible for determining the assessed value of all properties in the county and to confirm those values with the county auditor. The assessor also handles taxpayer property assessment appeals. The assessor only establishes the value of the property and has nothing to do with the tax rate.

One of those candidates is Joan Stoffel.

Sylvia M. Vebert

Sylvia M. Vebert, 52, of Huntington, IN, died Saturday, April 24, 2010, at 12:58 a.m. at her home.

Mrs. Vebert had been employed as head of housekeeping at the Motel 6 in Fort Wayne for more than 10 years.

She was born July 4, 1957, in Lima, OH, to Clarence and Hanna Coppler Miller. She married Bernard W. Vebert on April 19, 1977, in Fort Wayne. Her husband survives.

Sara M. Pressler

Sara Mae Pressler, 83, of Coldwater, MI, and a native of Huntington, IN, died Thursday, April 22, 2010, at her home.

Mrs. Pressler was a graduate of Huntington High School and had lived in Huntington until moving to Branch County, MI, 30 years ago. She was a registered nurse and had worked at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne; Maple Lawn Medical Care Facility in Coldwater, MI; and Azle Manor in Azle, TX. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Bronson, MI.

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