February 3rd, 2011
Kayden Andrew Miller of Fort Wayne was stillborn at 9:35 p.m. Monday in Dupont Hospital at Fort Wayne.
He was born to Mark A. and Deidre A. Keller Miller of Fort Wayne.
Harold D. Smith, 79, formerly of Geneva, died Wednesday in Swiss Village Retirement Community at Berne.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Downing and Glancy Funeral Home, Geneva.
Barbara J. Thomas, 79, of Decatur, passed away on Tuesday, February 1, 2011, at Woodcrest Retirement Community's Nursing Center in Decatur.
She was born on March 18, 1931, in Barren County, Kentucky, to Sanford and Ethel (Mansfield) Gravens.
She married George R. Thomas on October 16, 1948; he passed away on September 21, 1984.
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Tonight’s wrestling team Regional at Adams Central has been called off and will be held Thursday night, weather permitting.
The Adams County Spelling Bee at St. Joseph Catholic School in Decatur has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the school auditorium.
A spokesman for the Indiana State Patrol said at 8:30 a.m. today that a Level 1 emergency exists in "most of the 11-county Fort Wayne district" which includes Adams County.
A Level 1 emergency means that travel is restricted to emergency personnel only, the spokesman said.
Moderate snow continued to fall throughout the district. Interstate 69 and I-469 were said to be slick and snow-covered, although passable. State and county roads are snow-covered and in some cases impassable, the patrol said.
Two Bellmont freestylers are seeded fourth for Thursday's Jay County Girls Swim Sectional Prelims, frosh Rachel Klingensmith in the 100 free and Mikayla Voglewede in the 500 freestyle.
Chloe Mock, Megan Maynard, Kelsey Link and Erin Hunter are all seeded in the top 12 for Belmont in both of their events. Sarra EVans, Peighton Morlan, Hannah Mendez, and Bailee Hankenson are seeded in the top 12 in one of their events, notes BHS coach Drew Norby.
Adams County Emergency Management Agency Director John August said this afternoon that the county would be going to code red, the second-highest alert, at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Code red says the following; "Stop and think twice about driving. High winds and drifting occurring. Roads are totally snow-covered or ice-covered. County roads are mostly drifted shut and impassable.
By ERIC MANN
Because of all the white, Adams County is black — meaning Code Black for the worst-possible road and weather conditions.