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Archive - Apr 8, 2013

Jesse D. Klingaman

April 8, 2013

    Pastor Jesse D. Klingaman, 65, of Craigville, died Thursday, April 4, 2013, at Woodcrest Nursing Center.
    Jesse was born on December 15, 1947, in Richland Center, Wisc., to the late Rupert E. and Ethel I. (Klock) Klingaman.
    On May 26, 1972, he married Claudia M. McClure; she survives in Craigville.

Nicholas Liechty

April 8, 2013

    Nicholas Liechty, 32, of Aurora, Colo., passed away on Sunday, March 31, 2013, at his residence.
    He was born on Monday, February 16, 1981, in Augusta, Ga., to Thomas Liechty and Beth (Wolfe) Rettig.

Deane D. McMillen

April 8, 2013

    Deane D. McMillen, 85, of Willshire, Ohio, passed away Sunday, April 7, 2013, in Van Wert Inpatient Hospice Center.
    Deane was born on Sunday, April 10, 1927, in Adams County.
    He married Hazel A. Strickler on November 20, 1947, in Willshire.  They celebrated 65 years of marriage this past November; she survives in Willshire.
    Deane served in the United States Army during WWII. He was a member of the American Legion Post 207 in Willshire. Deane retired from International Harvester.

Poling wins Lilly grant

April 8, 2013

    Bellmont High School senior Cory Poling has been named the 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar by the Adams County Community Foundation (ACCF).
    Poling will receive full tuition to the Indiana college of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment. 
    Poling, son of Heather Eddins and Cory Poling of Decatur and grandson of Judy and Barry Poling, will attend IPFW this fall and plans to major in pre-med.

School officer funding nearing end

April 8, 2013

    An anonymous donor who had agreed to finance Adams County's School Resource Officer program for three years after federal grant funding ends this summer reportedly has rescinded the offer.

Monroe council donates land for new fire station

April 8, 2013

    A large group of Monroe residents attended last week's town council meeting to hear whether or not the town would donate five acres of land in the Business Park for a new fire station to be built.
    Monroe Volunteer Fire Chief Russell Cook told the council during the March meeting the current station is no longer big enough to house the department's equipment.

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