Archive - Jun 7, 2011
Adams Central sophomore outfielder Dalton Combs, who led the Jets in 11 offensive categories this year, was named first team All-ACAC in baseball today by the conference coaches.
Teammates Nathan Busse and Cody Brunner, infielders, both seniors, were given second-team status.
Taylor Smith and Taylor LeFever of South Adams were also named to the first team.
Combs paced the Jets with a .482 batting average and led the team in hits with 37, runs with 29 and home runs with three.
Dirty Birds picked up two wins on Sunday in the Fort Wayne Red Carrington league play, downing the Fort Wayne Orioles 5-1 in the first game Sunday before totally destroying the Orioles 19-2 in the nightcap, in Stan Musial AABC action.
Last week, it was the sheriff's department saving Adams County more than $20,000 in mistakenly-double-billed telephone charges.
This week, it's Community Corrections (CC) saving the county between $24,000 and almost $48,000 due to the community service work program.
A pair of cousins and best friends saw their identical 12.491 grade-point averages on Adams Central High School's 12-point scale have them announced on Sunday as co-valedictorians.
Shelby Aschliman and Lena Kaehr also have the same college plans: get accounting degrees and become certified public accountants.
The 2011 AC salutatorian is Mia Engle, with a 12.01 GPA.
(The following is being rerun to correct the newspaper's error.)
June S. Hough, 70, of Big Turkey Lake, rural LaGrange, passed away at 10:35 a.m. on Saturday, June 4, 2011, at her residence.
She was born on Friday, May 30, 1941, in Portland to Donald Salmon Jr. and Helen Crawmer Pyle, who are deceased.
June attended First Christian Church in Albany, Indiana, and New Corydon Grade School and Bryant High School.