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Archive - Jul 2011

July 18th

Marshalls named for 4-H parade

July 18, 2011

    Adams County 4-H and extension service officials have announced that Mark and Jeanene Neuenschwander of rural Berne have been chosen as grand marshalls for the 2011 Adams County 4-H Fair Parade.
    The parade will start at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 19, in Monroe.
    The Neuenschwanders have a combined total of 32 years of service as Adams County 4-H volunteers: 17 years for Jeanene and 15 years for Mark. They are currently the Wabash Cloverleaf 4-H Club leaders.

July 15th

Erie Haven holds off McIntire in 2nd game for Koufax crown

July 15, 2011

    Erie Haven added the Adams-Wells Koufax Tourney title to its regular-season crown, but it took a little longer than they had hoped Tuesday in the championship round.
    McIntire Heating & Air handed Erie Haven it's first loss of the season in the title round opener Thursday night, but the Mixers gathered themselves in the middle of the second game and took the lead on a triple by Trace Bauer in the bottom of the fifth and went on to score a 7-4 victory, capping a 19-1 season.

Mind’s Eye takes out Geimer for Senior title

July 15, 2011

    The Mind's Eye Graphics girls softball team claimed the championship of the Decatur Girls Senior League tournament Thursday night after knocking off Geimer Construction for the second time this week by a score of 16-8.
    The Graphics beat Geimer's 6-4 on Tuesday night forcing the Builders to come back with a 16-10 triumph over Barker and Sons Wrecker Service on Wednesday to earn a berth in the final game.

Indiana ends budget year with $1.2B surplus

July 15, 2011

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — After a year of spending cuts to state agencies and school districts, during which state workers were asked to do more than ever, Indiana released its final budget numbers for the fiscal year that showed it sitting on a $1.2 billion surplus.
    State Auditor Tim Berry called the state workers who bore most of those budget cuts via greater workloads, ‘‘heroes.’’

9 seeking title of ambassador

July 15, 2011

    Nine longtime members of Adams County 4-H are seeking the title of Royal Ambassador at the county 4-H Fair, which opens Sunday at the Monroe fairgrounds. The winner will be announced after the parade on Tuesday night.
    The nine are: Marissa Scheumann, Megan Hreha, Audra Franz, Devan Barger, Hannah Conrad, Paul Mesing, Zan Smith, Macy Mudd, and Casey Krueckeberg. Following are sketches of each candidate:

July 14th

Holly Hankenson dominates USA Track heptathlon; Nationals next

July 14, 2011

    Holly Hankenson likes variety, and that makes the standout Bellmont athlete the perfect fit for the track helptathlon.
    She not only likes the varied events, but she proved she's pretty good at all of them in the recent Region 7 USA Track Meet as she stormed through the 16-annd-under division, compiling 4,084 points. She stunningly won six of the seven events, and was second only in the 200 meter dash. The second place total score was 701 points short of her tally.

McIntire rallies by Corner Deli

July 14, 2011

    Josh Brune raced home from third base with the winning run Wednesday night in the bottom of the seventh on a fielder's choice by Parker Zeser and the McIntire Heating and Air Conditioning squad earned a 5-4 decision in the final game of the loser's bracket of the Sandy Koufax League double-elimination tournament over Monroe Country Corner Deli at Worthman Field.

Sophia K. Hoover

July 14, 2011

    Sophia K. Hoover, 90, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday at her residence.
    She was born on November 30, 1920, in Fort Wayne to Stanley and Victoria Kotyla Kelak.
    She married John William Hoover; he is deceased.
    She was a clerk for 19 years at the L.S. Ayres store in Fort Wayne.

Edna M. Shoaf

July 14, 2011

    Edna Mae Lautzenheiser Shoaf, 94, passed away at 8 a.m. (Mountain Standard Time) in Willow Wood Care Center of Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday, July 12, 2011.
    She had been in declining health due to mature age; however, death was sudden and unexpected.
    Edna Mae was born on May 20, 1917, in rural Berne at the home of her parents, Sidney and Sarah Ethel Detro Lautzenheiser.

NA liability costs to rise 17%

July 14, 2011

    Liability insurance premiums paid by North Adams Community Schools will increase by some 17 percent this year, school district business manager Larry Carty told members of the school board on Tuesday.

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