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June 20th

Vets’ brick sales begin

June 20, 2013

    Adams County maintenance department director Dave Meyer came to the commissioners on behalf of the Adams County Peace Monument Committee this week to report that bricks to commemorate military veterans are now on sale.
    These bricks will be part of the memorial wall that is to be erected around the monument.

Yoder named East Allen leader

June 20, 2013

    East Allen County Schools announced Wednesday that Ken Folks, chief academic officer at Marion Community Schools, had been chosen as the new EACS superintendent.
    The onetime Northern Wells Schools administrator will see his contract formally approved at a special meeting of the board next week.
    East Allen officials didn't have to go far to find Folks, who lives in Fort Wayne and has spent most of his life in Allen County. He and his wife, Kay, have two grown sons.

June 19th

City departments being realigned

June 19, 2013

    "It's really just a consolidation; a consolidation of employees and equipment," Decatur Mayor John Schultz said of a major change for city employees unveiled at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
    And that consolidation is expected to bring some major savings annually.

Dinner lends funds to four church ministries

June 19, 2013

    A recent fish and tenderloin dinner held at the First United Methodist Church in Decatur was a major success, raising more than $2,800, with the proceeds going to four of the church's community ministries.
    Over 450 meals were served and a jointly-yeld bake sale saw hundreds of baked goods sold to those attending.

Donations sought for Gehres benefit

June 19, 2013

    Family and friends will host a benefit for a rural Decatur resident, Scott Gehres, on Sunday, June 30, at the Knights of Columbus hall on High St. in Decatur.
    The benefit is scheduled from 12 noon to 8 p.m.,with a dinner provided to the public by friends and family. A free-will donation will be taken for the dinner.
    Live music,dance performances by Razz M' Jazz, raffles, a bake sale, and a silent and Chinese auction are currently being planned.

June 18th

West Nile Virus found here

June 18, 2013

    Adams County Sanitarian/'Environmental Director Terry Smith said Monday that his department has been notified by Bryan Price, Senior Medical Entomologist from the Indiana State Department of Health, that the first positive pool in Indiana of Culex mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus was confirmed in a sample that was discovered in Decatur.

RISQ, Life Matters live on at AC

June 18, 2013

    With the Safe Schools, Healthy Students (SSHS) grant ending, and the anonymous donor who was going to fund Adams County Schools programs – such as school resource officers, Life Matters counseling, and the Reduce misbehavior, Improve attitudes, each Skills, build Quality students (RISQ) program – recanting the offer in the 11th hour, the future of these programs was uncertain at best.
    They are no longer uncertain at Adams Central.

County wants new park-rec pact

June 18, 2013

    County Attorney Mark Burry advised the county commissioners at their weekly meeting on Monday to re-examine their agreement with the parks and recreation department.
    Burry noted that the department seems to be in flux with the potential replacement of Superintendent Steve Krull, who is retiring at the end of the year. From May 2009-January 2013, the county paid the city of Decatur one third of the superintendent's salary.

June 17th

High grass? Here's number to call

June 17, 2013

    As the citywide cleanup effort continues in Decatur, it was pointed out at a recent city council meeting that anyone who wishes to complain about high grass, junk vehicles and the like in their neighborhood should call 724-3814 to lodge the complaint.
    That is the City Hall number of the building and zoning department, from where an investigation would be launched.

Prison term for beating of bartender

June 17, 2013

    John R. Case, 56, Berne, pleaded guilty this week in Wells Superior Court to one count of battery resulting in bodily injury, a Class A misdemeanor, and one count of possession of marijuana, a Class D felony.
    He was arrested in January after beating a bartender at the Moose Lodge and Family Center in the Bluffton -Banner parking lot.

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