February 18th, 2015
Adams County Building, Planning and Zoning Director Mark Wynn appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Tuesday morning to ask for final approval of new and revised fee schedule changes previously voted on and accepted by the Adams County Plan Commission.
The city of Berne is continuing to improve with the help of area residents and businesses. That was the message Mayor Bill McKean sent to those attending the annual State of the City address Tuesday at the American Legion hall.
After thanking each department head — as well as those who work for the city, conduct business in or have chosen to make Berne their home — McKean talked of the amount of teamwork involved in getting Berne to the place it is now.
ROBBING THE GLASS A CRIME?â€” In the annual Adams County CrimeStoppers versus K105FM radio station charity basketball game, the teams grapple for a rebound on Monday night. The event raised money for the CrimeStoppers tip hotline. (Photo by J Swygart)
Adams County law enforcement officers traded handcuffs for sneakers Monday night for the annual CrimeStoppers fundraising basketball game against celebrities from radio station K-105.
All money generated from the event will go towards funding the Adams County CrimeStoppers tip hotline.
Adams County CrimeStoppers Coach Sam Smitley, flanked by his daughters Emily (left) and Kathryn, guided the local law enforcement officers into battle Monday night during the annual fundraising basketball game against personalities from radio station K-105.
While the winter of 2015 hasn’t been as severe as last year’s winter, South Adams Schools has still had 14 schedule changes due to weather, Superintendent Scott Litwiller told the board of education at their regular monthly meeting last week.
Of those 14 schedule changes, 10 have been delays and only four have resulted in cancellations, Litwiller said. At this time, he still expects the last student day for the current school year to be May 27, with graduation on schedule to take place May 31.
Saturday February 14, 2015
(#1) Kentucky (25-0) 77
South Carolina (12-12) 43
Kentucky came out and took care of business against one of the SEC cellar dwellers. The Wildcats opened up a 25 point lead before the half was over and then put in in cruise control for the second half. Willie Cauley-Stein led the balanced scoring effort by Kentucky with 14 points.
(#2) Virginia (23-1) 61
Wake Forest (12-14) 60
FORT WAYNE — In the semi-state match that highlighted the crucial ticket round, Bellmont junior Carter Friedt would not be denied, taking down previously unbeaten Eric Dunten of Carroll with three seconds to go to secure the upset, and a ticket to join his three teammates in the opening round of the IHSAA State Wrestling Tournament this Friday at Banker's Life Fieldhouse.
Adams County Treasurer Tom Krueckeberg and County Auditor Mary Beery expressed concern over decreasing revenues and a loss of the amount of money in the county general fund at the monthly meeting of the Adams County Council last week.
Krueckeberg reported a deposit in all accounts at the end of 2014 totaling $16,326,298, a decrease of $451,794 from the previous year. He stated $1.5 million is currently invested in local lending institutions, with $68,346 accrued in interest.
South Adams senior Sawyer Miller earned his first semi-state wrestling title Saturday and is headed for the state finals this weekend in Indianapolis. Coach Barry Humble is pictured above presenting the championship award. Miller is one of seven wrestlers from the county headed to state.