January 11th, 2015
In the quickly revamped Main Event, Bellmont won three of four matches Saturday, handling 17th-ranked Bloomington South 43-21, then taking out a feisty Plymouth squad 40-21, and winning over Chesterton 37-15.
No. 3 rated Perry Meridian, state runner-up to Mater Dei last Saturday in the 3A coaches tourney, slammed the Braves 60-17 in a battle of runners-up.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Apologies to fans hoping to see the Braves' wrestling at home for the Main Event this morning. The webcast will not be featured today. The next webcast will be at Norwell High School for the NHC boys basketball contest next Friday night. Sorry for the inconvenience.
After a week layoff, the Braves' basketball team gets back on the court to host the Columbia City Eagles. The game will begin at approximately 7:45 p.m. after the junior varsity contest. To watch, click one of the links below, then log in with a username and password or link through Facebook. Cheer on the Braves as they seek an NHC victory.
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VIDEO OF THE DAY: Things to know for today
The town of Monroe has a new Town Marshal, following the resignation last month of former Marshal Dio Hernandez. Thursday night the Monroe Town Council approved First Deputy Kevin McIntosh to take over as the town’s top cop.
Construction bids for the county’s first-ever rural sewer collection system project will be opened in February and awarded in March.
The tentative schedule was announced during Thursday evening’s monthly meeting of the Adams County Regional Sewer District board.
Despite temperatures that remained near single digits throughout most of the day Thursday, and wind chills of below zero, these two young Amish boys didn’t seem to mind as they found a small patch of ice on which to skate.
All three public school systems in Adams County have closed for today, as have St. Joseph Catholic, Wyneken Memorial, Bluffton-Harrison and Jay County Schools. Van Wert City, Crestview Local and Parkway Local schools all remain on a 2 hour delay this morning. We will update any changes as they come in.
Area residents awoke this morning to the coldest temperatures of the season thus far, and with the mercury expected to hover right around zero throughout the day, little relief will be felt until Sunday.
As the thermometer read 6 degrees below zero at 7 a.m. — with the wind chill factor making it feel like 26 degrees below zero — all three Adams County public school systems cancelled classes for the day.
The Arthur & Gloria Muselman Wellness Pavilion in Berne celebrated the holiday season by collecting 1,281 pounds of non-perishable food items. The food was donated to Compassionate Ministries Network, — also known as Project Share in Berne and The Lord’s Table in Geneva — to assist residents in southern Adams County.