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West Nile found in city

August 30, 2011

    West Nile Virus has been found in Decatur, Terry Smith, superintendent of the Adams County Health Department, announced Monday afternoon.
    The Indiana Department of Health has confirmed the discovery, the virus having been found in a mosquito in Decatur a week or so ago, Smith said.
    Decatur officials do regular testing as well as regular treatments of storm sewers and areas of water that remain stagnant.

NA and SA schools get ‘A’ ratings

August 30, 2011

    A record 775 Indiana schools  — including North Adams and South Adams schools — have received an ‘‘A’’ or ‘‘exemplary’’ ranking based on student performance and improvement data.
    Adams Central Schools received a B, or "commendable" rating.
    The number of schools receiving an ‘‘F’’ and academic probation has been cut in half to 111.

Pizza King to aid NA’s school fund

August 30, 2011

    The North Adams Schools Fund will benefit from a donation by Pizza King in Decatur as the restaurant's owners donate 10 percent of sales this Friday to the fund.
     "Celebrity busers" will work at Pizza King on Friday to support the restaurant's staff. The celebrity cleanup crew will include North Adams Schools Superintendent Wylie Sirk; former NA school board member Jo-Ellen Eidam; civic activist Larry Isch; North Adams administrators, teachers, coaches; and others from the community.

 

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