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Ruth F. Houser

November 9, 2012

    Ruth F. Houser, 77, of Bryant, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012, at her residence following an extended illness.
    She was born in Bryant on October 14, 1935, to the late Raymond and Veronica (Minch) Wagner.
    Ruth was married June 17, 1955, to Richard Houser; he survives.
    She retired from Bing Lear in 2004 and worked on the family dairy farm. She was a member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Bryant and a 1953 Bryant High School graduate.

Major traffic changes set downtown -- Building demolition will start on Monday

November 9, 2012

    Some major changes in traffic patterns will be seen in downtown Decatur starting Monday, as Fleming Excavating begins the task of demolishing the former Dwayne's Sweeper Shop/Holthouse Drug Co. building.
    Traffic will not be allowed in the half block of Second St. from Monroe St. south to the first alley, and the half block of Second St. from Monroe St. north to the first alley.
    That, of course, means that traffic traveling on Monroe St. will not be able to turn onto Second St.

Police seeking suspect in death at Rockford, Ohio

November 9, 2012

    Mercer County, Ohio, Sheriff Jeff Grey scheduled a news conference this morning in Celina to update information on a homicide in Rockford, Ohio, some 25 miles southeast of Decatur.
    Just before 11 a.m. Thursday, the Rockford Police Department was called to a home at 509 W. North St. in Rockford. Police Chief Paul May found the body of Melinda Shinn, 26.
    It was apparent that the woman had been shot, reports said. Her son, 9, reportedly called police.

Waterloo officer shot in face back on duty

November 9, 2012

    WATERLOO, Ind. (AP) — A police officer from a small northeastern Indiana town who was shot in the face 11 months ago while responding to a call is back at work.
    The Auburn Star reported that 48-year-old Waterloo Deputy Marshal Steve Brady returned to work this week. 
    He was shot on Dec. 15 by a man fatally shot by police about three hours later after pointing a gun at officers.

Lady Stars lose defensive battle in opener, 23-21

November 9, 2012

    BERNE—Reminiscent of Bellmont/Concordia on Tuesday, South Adams' opener felt a lot like a pre-season affair against the Daleville Broncos with plenty of missed shots, turnovers, and slow offense.
    When the rust settled after the final horn, the Broncos escaped with a 23-21 victory over the Lady Starfires ruining first-year coach Brett Freeman's debut.

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    LEO-CEDARVILLE— The Lady Jets ventured to Lions' country at Cedar...

 

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