Archive - Apr 18, 2014
Noble William "Bill" Comment, 73, Monroeville, passed away at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, 2014, in the Parkview Regional Medical Center surrounded by his loving family.
He was born Thursday, May 16, 1940, in Adams County, the son of the late Noble "Cobe" and Cecil (Burkhead) Comment Sr.
Bill married Lucille F. Sorg August 12, 1961, in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hessen Cassel; she survives.
Alfred Conrad, 79, Decatur, died this morning at his residence.
Arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeral Home.
William S. Schwartz, 46, Geneva, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2014, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne.
He was born March 23, 1968, in Jay County, to the late Daniel I. Schwartz and Lizzie W. (Schmucker) Schwartz.
He married Maryann U. Schwartz June 5 1986; she survives.
William was an Old Order Amish and was self-employed as a carpenter.
Verna Sprunger, 89, Berne passed away Thursday evening, at Adams Memorial Hospital.
Arrangements are pending at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home.
Christian community celebrates Good FridayChristians throughout the world are celebrating Good Friday today, a day commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and will culminate their Holy Week celebration on Easter Sunday. Pictured above is the altar of St. Marys of the Assumption Catholic Church, adorned for Holy Week.
Photo by Mike Lamm
Almost as an afterthought, the Adams County Council last week approved a wage increase of 2 percent for all county employees in the 2015 budget.
Snow was on the ground in Decatur on Tuesday morning, but that night’s city council meeting featured a wealth of talk about summer activities: the Sculpture Walk Festival, the annual Fourth of July fireworks display, and, once again, a major motorcycle event.
The ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education) of Indiana group will be back for what was formerly its Mayors Ride, now titled The Motorcycle Experience, on Sunday, June 1.
Bellmont played its first four games away from home but Thursday night lit up the Teepee with a shellacking of Blackford, 22-1 in five innings.
The Bruins' lone run came in the top of the first after Mason Shinabery struck out the first two batters of the game. With two outs, starting pitcher Chandler Piercy stroked a double off the fence in left, then was hit in by Scott Dodd for the 1-0 lead.