ALBION â€“ A Kimmel man who admitted digging up a grave on a dare has been sentenced to one year in jail.
Nineteen-year-old Andrew Todd Huntsman, of Kimmell, was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to cemetery mischief. His attorney had asked a Noble County judge to sentence Huntsman to probation and counseling.
Huntsman told the court that overnight on July 31-Aug. 1 he and 19-year-old Roberto Steven Avila, of Ligonier, dug up a grave at Sparta Cemetery containing the casket of a young man who had been dead about 18 months.
OSSIAN â€” Columbia Cityâ€™s boys swim team fell seven points short of second place Saturday afternoon at the Norwell Invitational.
The girls team finished fourth out of ten teams at Wawasee Saturday morning.
â€śSome of the boys had tremendous time drops,â€ť Columbia City Head Coach Kristen Swonger said.
Cole Smith won both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events.
Smith was the only Eagle to place first Saturday.
â€śCole keeps getting closer to breaking both school records,â€ť Swonger said.
Swonger said the boys meet was close, coming down to the last two races.
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