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Squadron flying to State Finals

October 30, 2012

    Adams Central's Squadron of Sound will be returning to Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana State Music School Association (ISSMA) marching band State Finals.
    The Squadron will perform at 5:09 p.m. Saturday. Adams Central made its last trip to the finals in 2009, placing ninth.
    The AC group was one of 10 bands emerging from last weekend's Class D Semistate competition at Franklin High near Greenwood. A total of 20 bands took part there.

Weather lightens parade crowd

October 30, 2012

    It wasn't the largest crowd for a Callithumpian Parade, but given the weather, it was a good one.
    Estimates of Monday night's turnout for the annual parade were in the 5,000 range, not bad at all considering the weather predictions that included big gusts of wind. The temperature stood at 44 degrees when the parade kicked off around 7 p.m., with wind-chill readings in the mid-30s.

Six seek three council seats

October 30, 2012

    The decision by long-time Republican Kenyon Sprunger not to seek re-election to the Adams County Council this year assures that at least one new member will join that body in 2013. If county Democrats have their way, there will be as many as three new faces on the council.
    Surviving a crowded May primary and advancing on to the November general election were incumbent Republican councilmen Randy Colclasure and Dennis Bluhm. Joining them on the ballot will be fellow Republican Tony Mellencamp.

Ronald L. Luginbill

October 30, 2012

    Ronald L. Luginbill, 61, a lifelong resident of Decatur, passed away on Monday morning, October 29, 2012, at his residence.
    Ron was born in Decatur on Saturday, January 27, 1951, to the late Robert L. Luginbill and Patricia L. (Beery) Luginbill.

Maria J. Hochadel Stuckey

October 30, 2012

    Maria J. Hochadel Stuckey, 91, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, October 27, 2012.
    Born in Germany on April 15, 1921, she was a member of Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.
    Among survivors are her husband, Paul; children, Josephine (Gerd) Moser of Germany, Christine George of New Hampshire, Barry (Beckie) Stuckey of Decatur, and James (Cindy) Stuckey of Fort Wayne; sisters, Lina Buchtela and Anna Hofstetter of Germany; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

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