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Archive - Jul 5, 2012

City workers to get 2% pay hike

July 5, 2012

    Full-time City of Decatur workers will be getting a two percent pay boost next year, marking the second year in a row they've received an increase after going the two previous years without.
    Mayor John Schultz recommended the two percent hike at Tuesday night's city council meeting and council readily agreed.

Fireworks ban here bolstered by council

July 5, 2012

    Although fireworks were banned in Decatur by city officials over a week ago, there has been some question whether the city had the authority to do so. It now appears that most doubt is gone following the passage of an emergency proclamation at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
    Probably two-thirds of Indiana counties have instituted burn bans during this summer of drought, and many communities have banned the use of fireworks.

Proposed Geneva budget is up a bit

July 5, 2012

    The Geneva Town Council reviewed the proposed 2013 town operating budget of $574,767 at its meeting this week. The proposed budget, prepared by Clerk-Treasurer Bill Warren, is $20,980 more than the 2012 budget.
    The budget proposal for 2013 outlines $409,139 of spending from the General Fund and $165,628 from the Motor Vehicle-Highway Fund.
    The budget will be reviewed again next month. A public hearing will be held in September, and the town expects to adopt the budget in October.

Fern L. Lough

July 5, 2012

    Fern L. Lough, 65, of Decatur, passed away at 6:15 p.m. on July 3, 2012, at Lutheran Hospital.
    She was born on August 12, 1946, in Adams County, to the late Theodore and Treva (Rash) Mihm.
    Fern married John W. Lough on November 2, 1966; he died on November 1, 2007.

Ruth E. Schwartz

July 5, 2012

    Ruth E. Schwartz, 91, of Berne, died Wednesday at Swiss Village.
    Among survivors are daughters Jocelyn (James) Blum and Amy (Ken) Troutman, both of Fort Wayne, and a son, Ted (Lana) Schwartz of Berne.
    Visitation will be Sunday from 4-7 p.m. in Swiss Village Chapel, and one hour prior to services on Monday at 11 a.m., also in the chapel.
    Burial will be at MRE Cemetery, Berne.
    Arrangements were by Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home.

Monroe Minor League Runners-up

July 5, 2012

     Colquest took second place in the tournament after winning the season title in the MYL. The championship game, played last Thursday, went into eight innings and was played in 100+ degrees. The members are: front L to R:  Owen Johnson, Cashton Reynolds, Micah McClure, Sam McKean, Gavin Cook. Back L to R: Cesar Roggerio, Ethan Brown, Kam Brown, Jake Haviland, Blake Heyerly, Aiden Roggerio. (Photo provided)

 

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