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January 13th, 2012

Squaws handle North Side with ease

January 13, 2012

    Playing what coach Andy Heim called "our best game of the year," the Bellmont Squaws led the entire way with the exception of a 10-10 tie, and  easily knocked off Fort Wayne North Side 60-41 in non-conference girls varsity action at the Teepee.
    "When we work to get good shots, we can be a successful team," Heim noted in reviewing the 50 percent shooting the Squaws had in the game while they held North Side to 12-47 or just over 25 percent.

January 12th

Board to decide stadium's future after study

January 12, 2012

    Officials at North Adams Community Schools are looking into the "renovation or replacement" of facilities at Bob Worthman Stadium, according to a report given to school board members Tuesday.

Snow, big winds, colder temps in store for area

January 12, 2012

    The Decatur area was under a winter weather advisory this morning, with some slight snow accumulation expected today and one to three inches tonight. The other half of the one-two punch is much colder temperatures.
    The National Weather Service says an approaching winter storm could drop more than a foot of snow on far northern Indiana and bring wind-whipped blowing and drifting snow, The Associated Press reported.

Bauman to seek new term

January 12, 2012

    Doug Bauman of rural Geneva has formally announced his candidacy for a new term as Adams County Commissioner, District Three, on the 2012 Republican ticket.
    Bauman said his major goal for the upcoming term is to keep Adams County financially sound and yet still provide services to the citizens as has been done in the past.

Donald William Arnold

January 12, 2012

    Donald William Arnold, 92, of Florence, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, January 10, 2012, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare of Florence.
    He was the retired Owner of Arnold Tire Co. of Erlanger and he worked for many years for Goodyear Tire Company as well as Goodrich Tire Company. He was a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran of WW II, with the rank of Tech Sgt.; a member of Hebron Lutheran Church; a Kentucky Colonel;  and he enjoyed fishing in his spare time.

Betty M. Butler

January 12, 2012

    Betty M. Butler, 88, of Decatur, passed away on Wednesday, January 11, 2012, at Chalet Village, in Berne.
    Betty was born on March 7, 1923, in Scott, Ohio.
    She married Robert Butler on November 16, 1940. He preceded her in death on December 18, 2000.
    Betty was a member of Grace Fellowship Church and a homemaker.

Scott O. Garrett

January 12, 2012

    Scott O. Garrett, 41, Decatur, died on Tuesday in Woodcrest Nursing Center.    
    He was born to Howard Guntle and Vietta Landers, both of Portland, but was raised by his adopted parents Allen and Roxanne (Wable) Garrett of Alexandria, all of whom survive.
     On July 27, 1996, he married Becky S. Rash.

Steven Whittenbarger

January 12, 2012

    Steven Whittenbarger, 54, of Auburn, formerly of Decatur, died Wednesday in Wesley Healthcare in Auburn.
    Arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton & Hirschy Funeral Home.

January 11th

Heritage stuns heavily-favored Jets in ACAC opener, 56-51

January 11, 2012

    MONROE—Adams Central's eight-game winning streak ended on Tuesday in the initial round of the 89th-annual ACAC boys' tournament.
    Heritage used quickness and more timely scoring, especially in the last minute, to upend the Flying Jets, 56-51. AC is 8-2 and the Patriots are 6-6.

Van Wert’s speed dooms Braves, 69-37

January 11, 2012

    VAN WERT—It was off to the races early and often Tuesday night for the Van Wert Cougars as they easily dismissed the visiting Bellmont Braves 69-37 in non-conference boys cage action.
    The Cougars of Coach Dave Froelich nailed their first three shots of the game for a 7-0 lead and never looked back. They continued their offensive assault against the Braves by hitting 18-26 (69.2 percent) of their first half shots and it was a 20-3 run in the second period that virtually eliminated the Braves from the game.

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