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Archive - 2012

March 21st

Rupright named Miss Indiana Basketball

March 21, 2012

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Norwell’s Jessica Rupright is The Indianapolis Star’s Indiana Miss Basketball.
    Norwell’s career leader in points (1,591) and rebounds (728), received 41 votes of the 206 total cast by media and coaches. North Central’s Nariah Taylor (19 votes) and Mt. Vernon’s Jessica Brown (17) were second and third, respectively, the Star announced in its Wednesday editions. A total of 36 players received at least one vote.

March 20th

Calendar has caught up with weather

March 20, 2012

    At 1:14 a.m. today, the calendar caught up with the weather.
    Most years, the arrival of spring — which occurred at that time this morning — is cause for celebration, with promises of better weather ahead. This year, however, the beginning of spring simply means ... well, another pleasant, warm, sunny day with temperatures considerably above normal.

Solid waste victory could be small one

March 20, 2012

    Solid waste districts across Indiana won a small victory in the recent General Assembly session, but that success could be short-lived, according to Adams County solid waste director Hank Mayer.

Music House studied, courthouse next

March 20, 2012

    Dave Sholl of Schenkel and Schultz Architects presented the Adams County Commissioners with a detailed presentation Monday regarding the feasibility and cost of renovating the old Music House building into a structure that would essentially house all of the Adams County court offices.
    Sholl gave a power-point presentation demonstrating how the building could be transitioned into an all-purpose county facility, housing both superior and circuit courts, probation, Community Corrections, and the clerk's office.

Barbara A. Geyer

March 20, 2012

    Barbara A. Geyer, 79, of Bluffton, a former longtime Adams County resident, passed away on Sunday, March 18, 2012, in the Christian Care Retirement Community, Bluffton.
    She was born on Wednesday, November 9, 1932, in Adams County, the daughter of the late Arthur J. and Anna M. (Burkhead) Hurst.
    She married George J. Geyer on September 5, 1953, in Decatur.
    Barbara was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Friedheim.

Loretta Hilty

March 20, 2012

    Loretta Hilty, one day old, of Geneva, died Sunday in Geneva.
    She was the daughter of Martin Hilty and Rebecca J. (Wickey) Hilty of Geneva.
    Among survivors are her parents; three brothers, Martin R. Hilty, Walter R. Hilty, and Leander R. Hilty, all of Geneva; three sisters, Rebecca R. Hilty, Susanna R. Hilty, and Lorene R. Hilty. all of Geneva;.
    Visitation was from 9 a.m.-noon today. Services will be held at the same address at 2 p.m. today.

Jennie L. McCoy

March 20, 2012

    Jennie L. McCoy, 81, of Monroeville, passed away at 4:20 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, 2012, in the Parkview North Hospital.
    Jennie was born on Sunday, August 3, 1930, in Antwerp, Ohio, the daughter of the late Sidney and Ethel (Laney) Carr.    She married the late Daniel H. McCoy on June 21, 1947;  he passed away on March 14, 2007.
    Jennie was a homemaker and raised her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

March 19th

Academic All-State Honorable Mention for two Squaws

March 19, 2012

    Bellmont seniors Allison Gutierrez and Mikala Quinn were selected to the Academic All-State Honorable Mention list at the girls’ basketball banquet last week. The girls were selected for their outstanding play on the court and success in the classroom as well.

Harvey Adams County's only placer at indoor state

March 19, 2012

    MARION—Bellmont's Alexis Harvey finished in the medal round of the 55 meter dash Saturday at the  Hoosier State Relays held at Indiana Wesleyan University's Troyer Fieldhouse to be the only participant from Adams County to score.
    Harvey posted a 7.51 speed in the finals for seventh place (the top eight advance to the final round) out of 29 runners who had qualified for the indoor state finals event.

Zeller hoops dynasty fires up hometown

March 19, 2012

Washington Times-Herald
    WASHINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Simply put, Washington, Ind.’s affection for all things Zeller knows no bounds.
    The three Mr. Basketball, McDonald All-American brothers helped deliver four state titles to town  — and people may be even more excited about the Zeller dynasty today than when Luke Zeller’s miracle shot first brought the name to national attention in 2005.

    Bellmont volleyball opened up their season on Tuesday night with a three-set...
   It's BACK!!! Bellmont webcasting has come full circle and once again will bring...
    LEO-CEDARVILLE— The Lady Jets ventured to Lions' country at Cedar...

 

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