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January 18th

Bluhm eyes new term on council

January 18, 2012

    Republican Dennis Bluhm has announced his candidacy and filing for re–election as an at–large member of the Adams County Council.
    Bluhm, a Peterson-area resident, is a graduate of Ohio Northern Univeraity College of Pharmacy and was co–owner of Village Pharmacy in Decatur and Berne. He retired after 32 years as Director of Pharmacy at Wells Community Hospital in Bluffton and has served as a staff pharmacist at CVS Pharmacy in Decatur and Berne.

January 17th

5-year plan for parks is unveiled

January 17, 2012

    A recreational vehicle campground along Parkview Drive as part of an expanded Kekionga Park.
    A new park area east of First Street in downtown Decatur, compete with a stage area, playground and a pedestrian bridge across the St. Marys River.
    Limberlost Park near Geneva enhanced with new walking trails and access points to the Wabash River. Greater accessibility for handicapped residents and more and better restroom facilities at all parks countywide.

1.65 rain here

January 17, 2012

    "There's water everywhere!" city Street/Sanitation Superintendent Jeremy Gilbert said at 8 a.m. today.
    All city streets were passable, but water was standing on a number of them, including High St., in the low area near the Knights of Columbus. During a time of the year when they might be moving snow, street department employees were putting out high-water signs.
    The minor flooding was the result of a lot of rain in a short time combined with snow melt.

Kuntzman seeks post of auditor

January 17, 2012

.    Wes Kuntzman has announced that he is a candidate for Adams County Auditor.
    He is the second Republican auditor candidate to announce. Mary Beery earlier filed  her candidacy.
    Current Auditor Bill Borne cannot seek a new term due to term limits.

January 16th

Lehman opposes RTW referendum

January 16, 2012

    State Rep. Matt Lehman on Saturday morning told a crowd comprised mostly of organized labor members that he will vote against a proposal to allow Hoosiers to determine at the ballot box the fate of a contentious right-to-work bill now being debated in the Indiana General Assembly.
    The response from union supporters was perhaps summed up best by Decatur resident Daniel Jaurigue, a member of carpenters' union Local 232, who said: "We are watching how you vote, and we're going to fire you."

GOP gets 3rd candidate for Recorder

January 16, 2012

    Gerald M. (Jerry) Walker of Berne has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for  Adams County Recorder.
    He is the third GOP candidate to announce for Recorder, joining Deb Stimpson and Jim Voglewede, both of Decatur, in the field.
    Walker is currently serving as Monroe Township Trustee and previously had served as township trustee/assessor. He is employed with Yager Furniture of Berne,  is pastor of Landmark Baptist Church, New Haven, and also serves on the Berne Tree Board.

Indiana House recognizes Dots in Blue Water

January 16, 2012

    INDIANAPOLIS — During session Thursday, the Indiana House of Representatives recognized a resolution introduced by Rep. Matt Lehman, R-Berne, to honor students from South Adams High School for their involvement with the charity organization Dots in Blue Water.

January 13th

Ouch! Winter hits hard

January 13, 2012

    Winter reared its ugly head in Decatur and Adams County overnight, with roaring winds causing the most problems.
    County roads were slick and hazardous due to blowing snow. In Decatur, some streets were snow-covered and others were nearly clear — depending upon which way the snow was blowing.
    The area continued under a winter weather advisory.

City-county building unlikely

January 13, 2012

    Hopes for a new city-county building in Decatur and a move out of the current superior court building seemed to fade away on Thursday with the unseasonable weather being experienced here earlier this week.

Music House a new option?

January 13, 2012

    It's been said all along that without everyone on board, a new city-county building in Decatur likely wouldn't happen.
    At Thursday's meeting attended by a number of city and county officials, two of the three Adams County commissioners expressed opposition, but one offered a possible alternative.
    Commissioner Doug Bauman said the antiquated superior court building "needs work beyond what we can afford to fix."

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