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Archive - Mar 22, 2012

Offering a VOICE

March 22, 2012

    Adams Central juniors Bess Fiechter and Devan Barger, members of the group VOICE (Indiana's youth movement to speak out against the tobacco industry), headed a table containing some of the ingredients of cigarettes in an effort to inform fellow students of the dangers of smoking.
    The activity was held Wednesday and included a display of 27 pairs of shoes to represent the 27 people who die each day in Indiana due to tobacco, according to the group.

Just keeps getting hotter!

March 22, 2012

    Everyone's been saying it can't last. This stunning spate of warm weather in the middle of March probably can't, but this week it's not only lasting but getting warmer every day.    
    The Decatur weather station has recorded increasing highs for three consecutive days. A high of 73 degrees on Sunday was topped by Monday's 82 which in turn was bested by Tuesday's 85.

Litwiller praises school partnerships

March 22, 2012

    South Adams Schools Superintendent Scott Litwiller, during his state of the schools address at a Berne Chamber of Commerce meeting this week, said, "You've no doubt heard the African proverb 'It takes a whole village to raise a child. Likewise, it takes an entire community to educate its youth."
    Litwiller explained that the community partners with the schools through PTO, music and athletic boosters and by attending school events such as open houses, fundraisers, athletic and music activities, and by volunteering.

Beat the pros top 50

March 22, 2012

    Here is a list of the top 50 brackets up to this point in the Beat the Pros bracket challenge.
    50 PTS: Brian Zeser
    49 PTS: Adam Weaver
    48 PTS: Margo Knefelkamp
    47 PTS: Andy Weaver, Kyli Mankey, Kevin Ripley, Kathy Gross.
    46 PTS: Jim Hopkins (DDD Pro), Linda Plasterer, James Compton, Mindy Knefelkamp, Leah Voglewede, James Pollock.

   This year with Pigskin Picks, the overall winner of competition will be awarded a...
   Tonight the Braves put their 3-0 record on the line when they welcome cross-county...
    The soccer Squaws earned a 4-0 victory over non-conference Blackhawk Christian...

 

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