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Mary Lou Prater

May 7, 2013

    Mary Lou Prater, 76, of Winona Lake, Ind., passed away at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2013, at her residence.
    Mary Lou was born on July 15, 1936, in Decatur, to the late Herbert “Pete” and Cladie (Ramsey) Irwin.
    She married George Prater on February 29, 2012, in Warsaw; he survives in Winona Lake.

Estina Veit

May 7, 2013

    Estina M. Veit, 86, of Fort Wayne, and a former longtime resident of Hoagland,  passed away on Sunday, May 5, 2013.
    Estina married Paul C. Veit on June 6, 1948; he died November 26, 1993.
    Estina was an accomplished musician and played the accordion for “Touch of Music” for 18 years.

Revised wind ordinance gets first reading; vote next week

May 7, 2013

    The Adams County Commissioners held the first reading of the revised wind ordinance, as proposed by the plan commission, at their weekly meeting on Monday.
    Approximately 20 residents came to hear the commissioners' responses.

Panel to push court project?

May 7, 2013

    The county council joined the county commissioners on Monday for a brief meeting to discuss forming a superior court project committee, which would include members of each body.
    Commissioner Doug Bauman announced that all three commissioners had volunteered to be on the committee. He then expressed his belief that with an actual committee dedicated to the project, it will move along much more efficiently.

Loshe joins city police department

May 7, 2013

    Derek Loshe, rural Decatur, is one of the newest officers on the Decatur Police Department.
    A 2002 graduate of Bellmont High School, he received a degree in criminal justice from ITT. Loshe graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy last March 22.
    Loshe, the son of  Cheryl (William) Bosch and Richard Loshe, is married to Amanda Murdock-Loshe; they have two children, Canaan (1) and Reese (6).

Squaws fall to New Haven despite Hormann’s hits, 4-2

May 7, 2013

    The Bellmont softball team trailed 3-0 after just two innings against visiting New Haven on Monday, and didn't have enough oomph to overcome the Lady Bulldogs in a 4-2 loss.
    Bellmont got off to a rough start in the first, giving up two runs on two hits. Squaws pitcher Janaya Wilder walked the first New Haven batter, and threw one past the plate.

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