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Archive - Apr 2011

April 11th

Mary A. Schwartz

April 11, 2011

    Mary Ann Schwartz, 83, of rural Geneva, died Saturday at home.

April 8th

Squaws second at Jay Co. meet

April 8, 2011

    PORTLAND—A co-ed triangular track meet between Adams Central, Bellmont and Jay County found the Jets capturing a tight boys meet while Jay County earned a decisive win in the girls encounter.
    Adams Central boys dominated the field events winning three of the four events staged there and notched 58 points to nose out second place Jay County with 55. Bellmont was a close third with 43 markers.

New coach Heim faces rebuilding year for BHS track

April 8, 2011

    With the loss of state runner-up high jumper Travis Jauregui and distance runners Justin Kukelhan and Michael Hammond to graduation, plus the loss of a pair of current seniors who decided not to run track, first-year head coach Andy Heim has had to fill a lot of holes in the Bellmont boys track team this year.

Edith M. Green

April 8, 2011

    Edith M. Green, 93, a longtime resident of Monroe who moved to El Paso, Texas, a year ago, died in her residence at 9:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 3.
    She was born on January 30, 1918, in Decatur to Harry O. and Ruth B. Baltzell Williams.
    She married Frank L. Green on February 9, 1946, in Fort Wayne. He passed away on May 8, 1998.
    She was a homemaker who did volunteer work at Swiss Village Retirement Community in Berne for 33 years.

US 27 south going ‘Super Two’?

April 8, 2011

    What is "Super Two"?
    (A) The final teams in the men's and women's NCAA basketball tournaments?
    (B) A new comic book hero duo?
    (C) An improved style of highway?
    (D) The numeral between Super One and Super Three?
    The answer, as reported by Adams County Economic Development Corp. Executive Director Larry Macklin to the commissioners on Monday, is C.

N. Adams outlines reasons for seeking additional funds

April 8, 2011

    (Editor's Note: In this article and others to follow, North Adams Community Schools officials will explain why they are seeking approval of a $1.25 million funding increase from taxpayers. The newspaper welcomes all comments on this issue. Please address them to: Referendum Peoples Voice.)
    

April 7th

Squaws blank Bluffton

April 7, 2011

    The Bellmont Squaws opened their 2011 campaign with a 9-0 win over the Bluffton Tigers Wednesday afternoon at the Bellmont diamond.
    Nicole Schevenius tossed the complete game shutout for the Squaws pitching out of several situations where Bluffton had runners in scoring position to earn the victory.

Busse’s double keys Braves by Tigers 6-3

April 7, 2011

    "Overall, not a bad game, but we are capable of much more."
    So said Bellmont's first-year varsity baseball coach Ben Fawbush after the Braves opened their 2011 season at home on Wednesday with a 6-3 win over the Bluffton Tigers.
    The key hit was Will Busse's bases-loaded double in the sixth inning that drove in three runs and made the score 6-1.
    The visiting Wells Countians are 0-1.

Monroe home is lost to fire

April 7, 2011

    A fire that started in an attached garage spread to the one-story William and Carolyn Schindler home in Monroe on Wednesday evening, destroying both structures.
    Neither of the occupants was injured, but all their belongings were lost, including two vehicles parked in the garage.
    Monroe Fire Chief Russell Cook said this morning that the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
    He also said the steady east wind created minor shingle damage to a neighboring home's roof.

Tax bills about to go out

April 7, 2011

    Property taxes will be on time this year, Adams County Treasurer Rex Moore announced this week. 

   New Haven comes to town tonight in the first NHC volleyball match of the season for...
    The three county golf teams met up at Cross Creek on Wednesday night playing...
    Tonight the Squaws host non-conference foes Northrop at the Teepee starting...

 

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