January 16th, 2015
Tonight the Bellmont boys basketball team travels to Norwell to face their bi-county rival Knights in an NHC battle. The game tips off at approximately 7:30 p.m. in Kingsland. To view, click one of the links below, then log in with a username and password. Viewers can also link up to Facebook. The service is free so enjoy the game!
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SAWYER SIGNS WITH TECHâ€” One of the most decorated wrestlers in South Adams history, Sawyer Miller, is headed to Indiana Tech after his mat days in Berne. The senior recently signed a Letter of Intent, shown above, sitting with his parents Roger and Jessica Miller. Also in the photo standing are (L-R) head coach Mike Ester and assistant coach Gralan Early. (Photo provided)
A collective of more than 30 people interested in advancing the arts in Adams County gathered Thursday night at Riverside Center to listen to Portland Arts Place Executive Director Eric Rogers discuss how to get such a movement started.
The meeting was hosted by the Decatur Cultural Connection, a fledgling group formed last spring after Mayor John Schultz won a prize drawing for consultancy from Sharon Kennedy of Ball State University at a convention workshop.
Adams County Superior and Circuit Courts, in partnership with the Adams County prosecutor’s office, the county probation department, the three county schools, Park Center, the county sheriff’s department and Drug Free Adams County, is beginning a Teen Court program and is in need of teen volunteers.
A light snow that fell across the area late Tuesday evening treated residents to the beauty of winter among the everyday world, like this rustic barn just east of Willshire.
Video of the day: 2015 Oscar nominations announced
The board of Adams County Commissioners on Tuesday withdrew an application before the Decatur Board of Zoning Appeals for a contingent use exemption that would have allowed the construction of a new superior court on 3rd Street in Decatur.
That withdrawal came during a special meeting of the BZA held Tuesday afternoon at Riverside Center, leaving the future of a downtown court building uncertain at best.
Brothers Fred (left) and Steve Lehman were named the Berne Chamber of Commerce’s Citizens of the Year during Tuesday evening's annual chamber membership dinner. A story on the award-winners appears in today's print and online editions of the Democrat.
Kelly Ehinger, director of the Adams Public Library, has been announced as this year’s recipient of the Decatur Chamber of Commerce’s Stephen Decatur Award.
Each year the chamber gives three awards to recognize outstanding community citizenship and service to the Decatur community. The awards will be presented at the chamber’s annual dinner, to be held Feb. 5 at the Knights of Columbus pavilion in Decatur.