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Archive - Mar 4, 2011

Braves ready for 14-6 Peru in tonight’s semis

March 4, 2011

    Though everyone involved has known about the conflict since Saturday, it was announced late Thursday afternoon that if Bishop Luers wins its game tonight with Adams Central in the semi-final round of the South Adams Boys 2A Basketball Sectional Tournament, then the championship game will be moved from Saturday to Monday because of the Luers' girls involvement in the Class 1A Girls State Basketball finals set for the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum Saturday.
    Game time would remain the same,  7:30 p.m.

Hop's Heresy: ‘Greed’ keys NFL squabble

March 4, 2011

    Very soon now, the old collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the billionaire owners in the NFL and the millionaire players will expire. I'm predicting there will be no NFL football in 2011, at least not with many players who participated in 2010.
    The reason? It's simple: GREED!!

The river’s down, but...

March 4, 2011

    The good news: The St. Marys River was rapidly falling in Decatur this morning.
    The bad news: Rain was not only imminent this morning, but the National Weather Service says heavy rainfall is possible.
    The St. Marys crested overnight at about 22.3 feet, then began receding. By 7 a.m. today, it stood at 21.48 feet.

EACS school closing list: Monroeville, then Hoagland

March 4, 2011

    It's all over for the elementary schools at Monroeville and Harlan.
    The East Allen County Schools Board voted 4-2 on Tuesday night to close Monroeville Elementary School in a money-saving consolidation plan. Board members Richard Allgeier and Neil Reynolds voted against the change.
    The vote on closing Harlan Elementary was unanimous.

Thelma E. Bell

March 4, 2011

    Thelma E. Bell, 83, of Willshire, Ohio, died Thursday at home.
    Funeral arrangements are pending at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home, Berne.

Frances Sprunger

March 4, 2011

    Frances "Betty" Sprunger, 90, of Berne, died Wednesday at Swiss Village Retirement Community.
    She was born to Fred and Mary Teeple Myers.
    Among survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Marion (Alice) Krehbiel of Pretty Prairie, Kansas, and five sons: Judson, Jay, and Clifton Sprunger of Berne; Arnie Sprunger of St. Louis, Missouri; and Douglas Sprunger of Muncie.

Tonight the Squaws look to end their losing streak against the visiting Blackhawk Christian Lady...
    KENDALLVILLE — "We would not have won, but a big difference in the...

 

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