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Archive - Dec 6, 2012

One down, one to go -- But what to do with the exposed wall?

December 6, 2012

    One is down and one is yet to fall.
    The former Dwayne's Sweeper Shop has been demolished and next up will be the onetime street department garage between the city pool and police station. Mayor John Schultz gave updates on both projects at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
    The now-empty lot at Second and Monroe streets has been seeded, "a temporary thing until we decide what to do there," the mayor said.

Four seek two SA board seats

December 6, 2012

    Four Berne residents seeking two seats on the South Adams Schools' board of education were interviewed by current board members during a work session Tuesday.
    Applicants seeking appointment to two vacant District 3 seats on the board include Ray Gill, Landon Patterson, Wesley Haight and Rachael Rosswurm. The board will select two of the candidates to fill vacancies at their next meeting, to be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Food, shelter funds available

December 6, 2012

    A meeting will be held at noon on Wednesday, December 12, in Room 125 of the Adams County Service Complex for public or private volunteer agencies interested in applying for Emergency Food and Shelter Funds.
    Representatives of those agencies must contact Millie Deaton, executive director of the Adams County Community and Family Services (CFS), no later than December 10, by stopping at the agency at the Complex, 313 W. Jefferson St., Decatur, or by calling 724-3574.

Betty Lou Anderson

December 6, 2012

    Betty Lou Anderson, 68, of Bluffton, died Wednesday at Ossian Health & Rehab Center.
    Among survivors are her children, Randy (Tonya) Anderson of Decatur, Doug (Shirley) Whitacre of Bluffton, Robert (Cindy) Anderson of Hartford City, Rick Anderson of Alexandria, Ind., Debra (John) Van Duyn of Anderson, and Deanna (Chris) Love of Hartford City.

Marvin L. Manley Sr.

December 6, 2012

    Marvin L. Manley Sr., 55 of Leo, Indiana, died Tuesday, December 4, 2012, at Parkview North Hospital.
    He was born in Decatur on August 1, 1957, to the late Richard O. and Mildred (Knittle) Manley.
    Marvin was self-employed as a carpenter and served in the United States Army. He enjoyed photography, hunting and playing with his grandchildren. He had been a member of the Jack Russell Terrier Club of America since 1998.

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