Archive - Sep 2013
A local manufacturing company is on the cutting edge of the digital electronic technology revolution with the recent addition of a three-dimensional sand printer to their operation.
Hoosier Pattern, Inc., located in a relatively innocuous and nondescript cinderblock building on 10th Street south of Washington Street in Decatur, is utilizing tomorrow's technology today as they transition their manufacturing business into the digital age with the recent purchase of an ExOne S Max 3D sand printer.
A Decatur woman was charged by local police Saturday morning after she was allegedly involved in an incident with her van.
A police report released today said Alicia M. Susnjar, 34, Piedmont Lane, Decatur, was arrested after a 10:20 a.m. incident in which witnesses said Susnjar was driving her van west on Bellmont Boulevard near Clermont Avenue and drove at what one witness said was "full speed" directly at a pedestrian, Jerrad W. Impton, 40, Fort Wayne.
Berne City Councilman Mark Wynn will retain his seat on that panel, despite a Sept. 1 starting date as Adams County's Director of Building and Planning.
Berne City Attorney Jim Beitler on Friday said the Indiana Attorney General's office has ruled that Wynn would not violate "dual-office" guidelines contained in the Indiana Code by holding the two public offices.
YORKTOWN—Despite jumping to class 4A after their tournament success in the past two seasons, the Yorktown Tigers continued their tradition of inviting the Bellmont Squaws to one of the toughest volleyball tournaments in the state on Saturday.
The Squaws responded with a 1-3 showing against a pair of 4A teams and two 3A squads near the top of the class polls this season.