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August 2nd

Gearing up for Kekionga Fest

August 2, 2013

    The third annual Kekionga Community Garage Sale will be held Decatur on Friday and Saturday, August 16-17.
    Sponsored by the Daily Democrat, the sale started as part of the city's 175th Anniversary Celebration and has continued as a part of the annual Kekionga Festival.
    Those interested in taking part in a special garage sale promotion by the Decatur Daily Democrat should contact the newspaper, 724-2121, for more information.

Internet, email service restored

August 2, 2013

    Internet and email service was restored to the Daily Democrat around noon on Friday.
    Both services have been on only infrequently since Thursday afternoon.
    Centurylink officials told the newspaper Friday morning that a widespread outage which affected numerous states on Thursday had been corrected around 6 p.m., but another outage sprung up.
 

Storybook to 'open' August 13

August 2, 2013

    Groundbreaking ceremonies for Storybook Park, a new green space and park area being created by the Adams Public Library System, will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 13, at the corner of Jefferson and 3rd streets in Decatur. The public is invited to attend the event.
    APLS Director Kelly Ehinger said the fundraising campaign for the park has reached its first goal for groundbreaking of more than $50,000, or 50 percent of the total cost of the project.

August 1st

Tony Bennett said resigning in Florida

August 1, 2013

      TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida’s education commissioner will resign amid allegations that he changed the grade of a charter school run by a major Republican donor during his previous job as Indiana’s school chief, a state education official said Thursday.
    Tony Bennett will resign in the wake of the scandal surrounding Christel House Academy, the official told The Associated Press. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement was not yet authorized for public release.

Man on run hits deputy’s vehicle, winds up in jail

August 1, 2013

    Eric P. Martin, 29-year-old Anderson resident, was in custody at the Adams County Jail this morning after being arrested Wednesday afternoon in an unusual incident.
    Adams County Chief Deputy Sheriff Eric Beer, off duty and in his pickup truck, saw a man running from the St. Vincent dePaul store on Village Green Drive. As Beer drove around the Baymont Inn to check on the man, a car run into the side of his vehicle.

Chamber at Berne seeks new director

August 1, 2013

    This year’s Swiss Days event marked the end of the two-year tenure of Berne Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sheree Barkley, who stepped down at the conclusion of the festival to pursue other interests.
    Chamber President Mark Settlemyre said he hopes to schedule a meeting of the chamber's executive board to fill the position sometime next week. Settlemyre said the board had received resumes "from some good candidates" to take over the director's duties.

Bleill to bring message to Berne on August 28

August 1, 2013

    Josh Bleill, the Indiana native and former Marine corporal who attracted a packed Erekson Theater audience in Decatur earlier this year, will be speaking in late August at South Adams High School.
    An announcement by Redeemer Lutheran Church in Bryant said he will speak at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 28, at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

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