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Adams Central takes first at parade

November 3, 2011

    Adams Central took first place in Class A during the Callithumpian Parade.
    South Adams was second, Antwerp, third; New Haven, fourth; and Wayne, fifth.
    Best music and best marching and maneuvering honors went to Adams Central, best general effect to South Adams.

City cleanup will continue

November 3, 2011

    While hearing a complaint from a citizen about one phase of Decatur's Operation Cleanup, Mayor John Schultz strongly vowed at Tuesday night's city council meeting that the program will continue.
    Dennis Huffman of Decatur lodged the complaint, apparently after a vehicle he owns was "tagged" by the city. Huffman said his vehicle was operable and should not have received the tag, and that the crew in charge of the cleanup was tagging vehicles in business lots.

Local man given four-year prison term

November 3, 2011

    A Decatur man has been sentenced to four years in prison by Adams Superior Court Judge Patrick R. Miller.
    Todd A. Hullinger, 43, rural Decatur, was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to intimidation of his wife. That case also violated his probation and he further broke probation by drinking alcohol, being a bar, missing counseling sessions, and missing a probation meeting, the court said.

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