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Archive - Apr 29, 2013

Thomas L. Hockenberry

April 29, 2013

    Thomas L. "Tom" Hockenberry, 79, of Fort Wayne, formerly of Bluffton, died Thursday in Fort Wayne.
    Among survivors are his wife, Rosalee Hockenberry of Fort Wayne; three sons, Randy Hockenberry of Fort Wayne, Steve (Sharon) Hockenberry of Hoagland, and Tom (Angie) Hockenberry of Monroeville; and three daughters, Linda (Jim) Minch of Geneva, Karen (Jim) Burgin of Fort Wayne, and Sheryl (John) Slagle of Bluffton.

Rose has seen the dark side, enjoys bright side

April 29, 2013

    Curtis Delk Rose has seen more of life than most people. In his late sixties, he has held over 50 jobs and has lived all over the United States. He has seen the darker side of life, and he has enjoyed its bright side. He has struggled with his faith, been a member of what he calls a "personality cult," not been a Christian at all, and is a believer now. He's been the bad boy, the hippie, the druggie, the lost, and the poet. Who better to use sculpting wood to portray life as he sees it?

Zion Friedheim women pitch in on Little Dresses program

April 29, 2013

    The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) and the Morning Glories (a craft group) of Zion Friedheim Lutheran Church, Friedheim, combined forces and recently completed 43 dresses for Little Dresses for Africa.
    The dresses ranged from sizeS 3 to size 12.    

Old city building demolished

April 29, 2013

    One of the oldest buildings in Decatur has been leveled.
    The onetime city light plant and later street department garage, built in 1895, came down Thursday,
    Denny's Excavating of Plainfield is the main contractor for the project, which will include abestos removal, the area filled with dirt, and, finally, seeding.
 

Homestead @ Bellmont softball, webcast

April 29, 2013

    Tonight's webcast of the Squaws' softball team hosting Homestead will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. To view the game, simply click the link below and log on with a username and password for the free service. Enjoy!

https://new.livestream.com/accounts/2267246/events/2067333

Short-handed Squaws take 2nd at Relays

April 29, 2013

    KENDALLVILLE—Bellmont placed third or better in five of the six relays Saturday in the annual John Reed Relays held at East Noble High School and the Squaws finished the day in second place out of a 13-team field.
    Several scoring snafus, however, nearly cost the Squaws that position as DeKalb was originally listed in second behind team winner Columbia City with the Squaws a close third.

    Tonight the Adams Central Jets host Eastside at the Landing Strip in Monroe. The...
    The annual Kekionga Greenway Gallop 5k commenced once again on Sunday with...
    The Bellmont Squaws won the cross country invitational they hosted Wednesday...

 

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