Archive - Oct 9, 2013
We're into week five of the Pigskin Picks and once again there was not a single perfect bracket to be found. The magic number this week was 48 points between Alabama and Georgia State. Titus Schwartz managed to get the closest missing only the IU/Penn State game and ending with a score of 65 points. In second was Ronda Cowans also missing the Penn State upset and guessing 83 points. In third was Dennis McBarnes who missed two with a score of 47 points. Coach Baker, you really let me down this week!
Charles J. Bransteter, 90, Fort Wayne, died Oct. 7, 2013, at Heritage Park in Fort Wayne. He was born in Adams County on Oct. 24, 1922, to the late Charles and Nelly (McGough) Branstetter.
He worked for Magnavox in Fort Wayne as a foreman, with 49 years of service. He enjoyed hunting and bowling.
Elizabeth Margaret K. Klug Jr. 31, of New Haven, passed away, Oct. 1, 2013. She was born on January 29, 1982 in Hartford, Conn., to Laszlo and Elizabeth Maria (Pasztorik) Klug Sr.
Elizabeth worked as a graphic designer at the Decatur Daily Democrat. She was to be married November 16 to her fiance Brian Frank, her best friend.
Along with her parents, she is survived by her brother, Laszlo Klug Jr.
Service Complex Maintenance Supervisor Dave Meyer queried Adams County Councilors about his position and the salary that comes with it at Tuesday's regular monthly meeting of the Adams County Council.
MONROE— South Adams secured their slot atop the ACAC cross country standings with scary ease on Tuesday night downing the competition by a staggering 40 point difference.
The Berne boys finished with 17 points taking the top three spots as well as fifth, sixth, eighth, and 24th place dominating the field.
Major healthcare changes are now in effect for the North Adams Community School district. Decisions surrounding the cost and availability of healthcare coverage were made at the Tuesday night's board of education meeting.
When the new section of Adams Central School was completed, officials began discussing what to do with the remaining old section. A few years later, the school district's board of education is once again looking for a solution for the aging structure.
Jeremy Ringger, president of Weigand Construction of Fort Wayne, met with the board Tuesday night to share his recommendation as to whether the school should spend more than $300,000 to renovate the facility.