Skip to main content

Archive - Jul 18, 2012 - News Article

2 Hoosiers were killed in attack

July 18, 2012

    The Indiana National Guard on Tuesday released its first information surrounding the deaths in Afghanistan this week of Berne resident Nick Taylor and a fellow Hoosier soldier.
    According to a press release issued by the Guard's public affairs office, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and Indiana National Guard Adjutant General Maj. Gen. R. Martin Umbarger were officially notified of the deaths of the Indiana National Guard Soldiers in Afghanistan.

Big night at 4-H Fair

July 18, 2012

    Heat didn't deter the turnout in Monroe for the 4-H Fair's big night on Tuesday.
    Among those riding were grand marshals Shirley Steiner and Gloria Sommer.
    Following the parade, Elizabeth Liechty was announced as this year's Royal Ambassador, with Devan Barger named the Distinguished Ambassador.
    Other Ambassadors are Elizabeth Shaw, Dusty Gremaux, Lori Dunham, Ryan Hockemeyer, Cody Fuelling, Casey Krueckeberg, Macy Mudd, and Logan Roe.

City redoing personnel policy; eyes ATV ban, P&B abatement

July 18, 2012

    In what was for it a lengthy meeting, Decatur City Council on Tuesday night handled a number of issues, including an update of the city personnel policy, launching an ordinance to ban off-road vehicles on off-road city property, and moving toward a tax abatement for a local company.
    Although there have been some amendments over the years, the personnel policy has not had a good going-over since 1993 until recently, with all council members getting time to look over proposed changes.

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes