Archive - Mar 13, 2012
Albert A. Anderson, 86, of Decatur, and previously of rural Monroeville, passed away at 10:28 a.m. on Monday, March 12, 2012, at his residence.
Albert was born on Tuesday, June 2, 1925, in Adams County, the son of the late William and Edna (Gibson) Anderson.
He married the late Charlotte P. Gehringer on April 20, 1946; she passed away on July 22, 1992.
Albert retired from farming and retired from Kaiser Chemical Company in the 1980's as a manager.
Ronald L. Dynes, 76, of Monroe, passed away on Monday, March 12, 2012, at Woodcrest Retirement Center. He was born on March 19, 1935, in Bryant to the late Lawrence H. Dynes and Florence (Bailey) Richards.
He married Sondra Binegar on July 29, 1956, and was married 55 years.
Ron was a member of Monroe United Brethren Church and also was song leader. He was a Monroe volunteer fireman from 1968-1988. Ron sang with the Dynes Brothers for many years.
FORT WAYNE— The husband of a Fort Wayne woman who fell from the stage at Bellmont High School during a 2010 military funeral and later died has filed a $6 million wrongful death lawsuit, according to a Fort Wayne television station.
Details of the suit were not available this morning, but it was believed the action was filed in U.S. Federal Court in Fort Wayne.
Stating that the court system in Adams County is "rock solid" in its goal of delivering fair and impartial justice to county residents, Superior Court Judge Patrick Miller said Monday there nonetheless are issues that "cannot be ignored" regarding court facilities and the safety of those who visit the sites.
Acting upon the recommendation of the state auditor's office, Berne City Council changed its process for the purchase of two discharge pumps for the city's waste water treatment plant. And the move ended up saving the city a substantial sum of money.
Here is the link to the bracket for the 2012 college basketball tournament. Fill out the bracket online and email it to email@example.com, print it out and mail it to the DDD, or bring it into the DDD yourself and put it in the basket at the front desk.
Bellmont High School senior Brian Hakes has been named to the all-city hockey team by the Fort Wayne Area High School Hockey Association. Hakes, who plays for Bishop Dwenger, was one of two players selected to the first-team defense in voting by the league's coaches. He also was chosen an all-city defenseman last year when the team represented Fort Wayne North Side.
The BMS Braves wrestled in the Northeast Hoosier Middle Level Conference tournament last Thursday night. The Braves found themselves in first place by night's end with nine first placers, four seconds, two thirds, and four fourths.
The team dominated as they scored 443 points compared to Indian Springs' 312.5 points in second place. Carroll finished third with 247 points and DeKalb had 219 good enough for fourth. Maple Creek, Woodside, East Noble, Summit, New Haven, and then Norwell rounded off the final places.