Archive - Jun 9, 2011
Bellmont senior Dana Kaczmarek, a three-year starter for Bellmont behind the plate, has named to the All-NHC softball team, given second-team status, in a poll of the loop coaches.
Kaczmarek was the only Bellmonter named to the team. She recently was named the Hebble Award winner at Bellmont.
Samantha Agulair of Homestead was named first team catcher. Kaczmarek was named second team, and Kayla Northrup of DeKalb was given honorable mention.
It won't be soon and it may not even be this year, but in the not-too-distant future the City of Decatur is going to have something it's never had before: a redevelopment commission.
Decatur City Council started the ball rolling at its meeting Tuesday night and while Mayor John Schultz said "there is no rush," the mayor and council members seemed enthusiastic about beginning the process.
Free annual marionette shows presented at the Decatur branch of the Adams Public Library System were seen by close to 200 people on Monday.
Two presentations of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" were given.
The handmade wooden puppets, moved by strings, are from the Stevens Puppets company in Bristol, Indiana, owned since 1993 by Dan Raynor. The Stevens Puppets were created in 1933 and the firm is one of just three marionette troupes at work in the United States.
Mary J. Lautzenheiser, 85, of Berne, died Wednesday in Swiss Village Retirement Community.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Downing and Glancy Funeral Home, Geneva.
Norman Ward, 78, of Decatur, passed away on Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at his residence.
He was born in Decatur to Harley H. and Amanda E. (Neuenschwander) Ward on March 31, 1933.
On May 20, 1951, he married Delores Ginter.
Nyla M. Wiehe, 84, formerly of Decatur, died at 9:17 a.m. Wednesday in The Village of Heritage nursing home at Monroeville.
She was born on May 29, 1927, in Adams County to John F. and Effie J. Teeter Morningstar.
She married Paul L. Wilkinson on March 22, 1952; but he passed away on February 4, 1984. On August 7, 1994, she married Edward L. Wiehe in Decatur; he survives.
She was employed at the General Electric Corp. plant in Decatur for 41 years.