Archive - Aug 29, 2013
The Squaws improved to 5-0 on Thursday night with a convincing three-set victory over the cross-county Lady Starfires of South Adams 25-10, 25-7, 25-19.
Bellmont now owns county bragging rights with wins against SA and the Lady Jets as they scored early and often against the young South Adams squad jumping out to a 4-0 lead in the opening frame and carrying it on throughout the first two sets.
Numerous ideas were proposed at the town hall meeting held at the Riverside Center on Tuesday night. An energetic crowd gathered to discuss downtown renovations, building proposals, trail extensions, and river front improvements.
By pulling ideas from other successful communities the city of Decatur is hoping to create an atmosphere that allows for fun, culture, arts, and industry. A place to call home, a place to raise children, and a place for tourist to stop.
After several continuous months of positives balances at the end of the month, the Adams Memorial Hospital (AMH) bottom line was $35,807 in the red at the end of July, according to a statement released Wednesday at the monthly meeting of the Adams Health Network (AHN) Board of Trustees.
Thick fog blanketed the area this morning, prompting one public school system to delay the start of classes.
As of 9:30 a.m., Adams Central schools were on a two-hour delay. Also as of that time, North Adams and South Adams systems were still operating on their regular schedules.
Jay County Schools were on a three-hour delay.
The Squaws held their own against a golf juggernaut Tuesday landing an impressive 189-192 victory over the Homestead Spartans at Cross Creek.
“This was a great win for Squaws’ golf,” noted coach Andy Heim.
Rachel Klingensmith rose to the occasion for Bellmont shooting a course low 43 to pace the Squaw shooters. Courtney DelaCusta also shot a 43 for Homestead tying for medalist honors.