Archive - 2013
Adams Health Network (AHN) interim CEO JoEllen Eidam revealed to AHN trustees Wednesday night at their monthly meeting that the hospital has successfully recruited another surgeon to join Dr. Anthony Nigliazzo in the practice of general surgery.
Eidam said Dr. Lindsay B. Hardley will be starting her surgical practice at Adams Memorial Hospital (AMH) in September as she will be finishing her surgical residency program at Doctors Hospital (Ohio Health) in Columbus, Ohio, in August.
Early Wednesday morning, a group of police officers arrested eight people in Adams County for a variety of drug violations.
Arrest warrants were issued for the operation by the Adams Circuit Court after covert informants allegedly purchased a variety of controlled substances, including methamphetamines, prescription medications, and marijuana.
ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana factory where 165 workers build ambulances will be shut down by its new owner in a decision announced a week after the same company said it would close a nearby recreational vehicle plant with about 500 workers.
SJC Industries has notified the state Department of Workforce Development that it will start terminating employees in July from the ambulance factory in Elkhart as it completes production work there.
BUTLER—After years of waiting for a sectional title at Adams Central, coach Cary Blake now has two in a row as the Lady Jets held on for dear life against a fiery Eastside squad in eight innings, 4-2.
Ruth Nicodemus, 90, of Decatur, passed away at 4:10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at her residence.
Ruth was born Monday, January 8, 1923, in Adams County to the late Frank and Allie (Myers) Knittle.
She married Noble Nicodemus on September 16, 1950, in Decatur; he survives.
Ruth was a member of St. Mark's United Methodist Church in Decatur and American Legion Auxillary Post 43. Ruth was a homemaker, and had worked at Decatur General Electric, Decatur Casting, CTS in Berne
The biggest piece of news to come out of Tuesday night's Decatur City Council meeting had nothing to do with ordinances, sewers, fire protection and the like. Instead, it was the pending retirement of the city's water superintendent for the last 17-plus years, Jim Inskeep.
Inskeep is stepping down effective May 31, after 41 years with the department.
He joined the department under Mayor Harry Hebble, making a little over two bucks an hour, and replaced Wayne Carpenter as superintendent in 1996.
A large group of police officers, armed with warrants, picked up several people in Adams County on drug-related charges this morning.
The officers met around 5 a.m. at the Adams County Jail for a meeting, then began looking for suspects and making arrests.
Names of those arrested were being processed this morning and will be released later, likely today, by the sheriff's department.
Decatur Sculpture Tour officials have announced that the second-year event will launch with day-long activities, including a new event, a film competition, which integrates sculptures from the tour.
The tour will be held on Saturday, June 8. Sculptures on the tour now total 16 created from artists locally and around the country. The sculptures will be on display until May of 2014.
FORT WAYNE—The Bellmont girls track team qualified athletes for the IHSAA state finals track meet in eight events Tuesday night and established five new school records en route to a huge second place team finish in the regional meet at Northrop High School.
"Good performances all around the board," exclaimed a pumped-up coach Carl Risch, as he analyzed the work his team put forth at the regional.
Firefighters from Decatur and Monroe were among several departments battling a house fire near Wren on Tuesday afternoon. See Wednesday's print and e-editions for further details. (Photo by Jannaya Andrews)