Archive - 2013
It wasn't weather that delayed Bellmont's win over DeKalb on Friday night, unless you count the raining flags on the field as the Braves ran away with a 62-27 win over the reeling Barons at Worthman Stadium.
Between the two teams there were a total of 21 penalties adding up to a total of 187 yards in miscues. Sprinkle in a few injury timeouts as well as 988 yards of total offense between both teams and the game-time length ended up at three hours.
Tonight is the final home game of the regular season for the Braves as they host DeKalb with a kick-off of 7 p.m. The game will be webcasted beginning with the pre-game at 6:40 p.m. To view the game, simply click on the link below, then log in with a username and password. The service is free so enjoy the game. Next week the Jets will be featured against Woodlan to end the regular season.
The engineer for the Adams County Regional Sewer District said Thursday evening he expects to submit a construction permit application for the county's first rural sewer project to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management within the next 60 days.
At this week’s regular weekly meeting of the Adams County Commissioners, Service Complex Maintenance Supervisor Dave Meyer reported his department has “incurred some unexpected expenses” within the last week at both the Service Complex and the county courthouse.
The North Adams Community School's board of education on Tuesday gave its blessing to an application to begin a radio station conducted by students and used for educational purposes.
Corrine V. Lehman, 89, Berne, passed away Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, at her home.
She was born to the late Henry and Rosella (Beer) Nussbaum on Oct. 21, 1923, in Adams County. She married the late Emerson "Emie" Lehman on Oct. 21, 1944.
MONROEVILLE— The Lady Jets were contested at every turn on Thursday night but a pair of three set thrillers at Heritage ended with Adams Central completing the sweep of the ACAC tournament title.
AC, the regular season ACAC champions, entered the semi-finals on the strength of a dominant performance against Woodlan on Tuesday, then defeated Leo 25-21, 23-25, 25-19 to set up a finals confrontation with the host school Patriots.
The Fort Wayne Housing Authority's board of directors has voted to take over operations of its counterpart in Decatur, although final approval of that move will hinge on a vote of Decatur Housing Authority board members scheduled for later this month.
Tom Magnan, administrator of the county’s Golden Meadows retirement home, appeared at the regular monthly meeting of the Adams County Council Tuesday morning to ask permission to raise the rate of pay for four members of his staff. Specifically, Magnan requested an increase in the hourly wages of three certified and non-certified nursing assistants, as well as the wage of the retirement home’s housekeeping/laundry supervisor.
Members of the Adams Central Flying Jets volleyball team, shown above sporting pink jerseys recently in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, will travel to Heritage High School this evening for the semi-finals of the ACAC conference tournament. The Jets will meet Leo in the evening’s opener. Shown above during Senior Night, from left, are varsity players Haley Gross, Whitney Peterson, Jenny Schultz, Madi Schwartz and Liz Luginbill.