Archive - Sep 2, 2011 - News Article
Acting on a recommendation from the Indiana High School Athletic Association, area schools are delaying the start of tonight's home football games.
Bellmont High School Athletic Director Dale Manis announced Thursday night that due to the intense heat forecast for this area today, the kickoff for tonight's Bellmont-Columbia City football game at Bob Worthman Stadium has been moved moved back to 7:30.
Villa Lanes bowling alley reopened on Thursday after sitting vacant for some three years.
To mark the occasion, Mayor John Schultz and co-owners Dan Evans and Josh Krueckeberg tried their luck on the newly refinished lanes.
The mayor took two shots resulting in one gutter ball and one strike.
The adjoining restaurant, Molly's Place, is set to open on September 8.
For the first time since the 1990s, the Monroe Town Council will consider raising monthly water rates.
At Thursday's meeting of the council, President Al Lehman said he will propose at the October 6 meeting a small increase, less than $2 more per month for minimal water users, to begin building up a fund to pay for replacing water equipment perhaps eight to 10 years from now.
A grant of $25,000 from an anonymous foundation has been received by the Behavioral Health Center of Adams Memorial Hospital to help provide services to individuals in the Community Corrections program and their families.
“This is a win-win situation for all individuals involved,” said Behavioral Health Center director Dr. John Gibson.