Archive - Feb 20, 2012
Dortha M. Hirschy, 89, of Decatur, died on Sunday at Woodcrest Nursing Center.
Arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeral Home.
Dolores J. Tschannen, 81, of Decatur, passed away at 8:37 a.m. on Saturday, February 18, 2012, at Woodcrest Nursing Center.
She was born on November 16, 1930, in Adams County, to the late Chalmer K. and Melvena M. (Smitley) Sheets.
She married Homer B. Tschannen on April 9, 1950. He passed away on August 8, 1978.
INDIANAPOLIS — Todd Batt made history for South Adams, becoming the first Starfire wrestler to compete under the lights at the IHSAA State Wrestling Finals Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and Bellmont continued its storied tradition with state placers Ben Baker, Brooks Faurote and Brad Busse.
Frosh Sawyer Miller also had a very successful debut for the Stars, earning fourth place at 106 pounds for coach Eric Myers.
PORTLAND—Members of the 2011-12 Bellmont boys swim team weren't alive the last time a sectional trophy made its way to the BHS awards case but a spectacular performance in the pool Saturday by the Braves resulted in seven first place finishes and a sectional championship.
GREENWOOD — Even as he was getting ready for his well-deserved Hall of Fame induction as one of the greatest coaches in the history of Indiana high school wrestling, Bellmont Coach Brent Faurote only wanted to talk about his three wrestlers who placed Saturday night at the IHSAA State Finals.
With the dedicated Faurote, already in the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Asslociation (IHSWCA) hall as a wrestler, it's always about his kids, the ones who are ready to run through walls for him.
Safety Park in Decatur recently received a grant from the Adams County Community Foundation, allowing for the purchase of over 500 certificates to present local students after they have passed the safety presentation offered through the park.
Janet Torson reported that Safety Park officials are grateful for the support from the foundation, for this as well as other grant opportunities.
Supporters of the meteorological tower that has now been given the green light by the Adams County Board of Building/Planning and Zoning spoke publicly for the first time Thursday evening.
Prior to Thursday's meeting, only those opposing the tower have voiced their opinions to officials, giving some people the impression that there were no supporters whatsoever.