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October 7th

Pony rides a favorite at Lehamn Harvest Festival despite chilly day

October 7, 2014

     Pony rides  were one of the more popular outdoor attractions Saturday at the Lehman Park Festival in Berne. Many of the festival’s activities were pushed indoors by unseasonably cold weather.

 

October 6th

Cold weather hampers Lehman Harvest Festival, not spirits

October 6, 2014

     Brittany Hernandez and  Amy Schwartz volunteered their services Saturday at the Lehman Park Harvest Festival helping youngsters decorate their pumpkins for the upcoming Halloween holiday.

 

More women needed in politics, says Indiana rep

October 6, 2014

     An Indiana congresswoman active in efforts to get more women involved in politics doesn’t think female voters would automatically rally around Hillary Rodham Clinton for president.
 Republican Rep. Susan Brooks also said it’s unfortunate that the United States hasn’t had a female president while many other countries have been led by women, and that she would like to see female candidates on both major parties’ national tickets.

Monroe plans hydrant flush

October 6, 2014

     The Town of Monroe Water Department will be testing fire hydrants and flushing water mains throughout the community Oct. 13-17.
Residents are asked to avoid doing laundry until late afternoon during the week to avoid getting rust on clothing.

October 3rd

Overnight rain puts harvest on hold

October 3, 2014

    Adams County farmers are hoping for a drier-than-predicted weekend, with one local grain elevator operator  suggesting the fall harvest will “really take off next week” in the absence of heavy weekend rains.
    A few farmers have begun to harvest soybeans — and a small amout of corn, according to Jeff Lehman at Lehman Feed Mill in Berne.

Monroe Town Council hears of jail LOIT possibilities

October 3, 2014

    Talk of the new county jail to be located on the southwest edge of Decatur has made the rounds, landing at the doorstep of the Monroe Town Council Thursday evening.
    Monroe Town Attorney Jeremy Brown informed the council of an upcoming vote regarding a tax levy in connection with the construction of the jail. Brown said a proposed .25 percent local option income tax could be allocated to the jail fund, while an additional .25 percent LOIT could go toward property tax cap relief for local municipalities.

Volunteers, VSO aid Geneva vet in need

October 3, 2014

     Members of Berne American Legion Post 468 and Geneva VFW Post 6751 recently donated their time to assist with the construction of a handicap wheelchair ramp for a disabled veteran in Geneva, Adams County Veteran’s Service Officer Ron Bollenbacher reported.
    Bollenbacher indicated he had been contacted by the wife of veteran Larry Gates, who asked if it would be possible for his department to help with the construction of a handicap ramp at their residence, since Gates is primarily confined to a wheelchair.

October 2nd

Monroe boil water advisory lifted

October 2, 2014

    Monroe Water, Sewer and Streets Assistant Superintendent Justin Shaffer reported  the boil water advisory for the town of Monroe has been lifted as of today after water samples sent to the Bluffton Wastewater Treatment Facility showed no contamination in the town's water supply.
    The boil advisory that began Tuesday was the result of a semi-tractor trailer hitting a fire hydrant and telephone pole Monday, causing the town's water supply to be depleted. Crews were able to repair the break late Monday evening.

Carnegie friends kick off drive to preserve structure

October 2, 2014

    The Friends of the Carnegie Library group has no predetermined agenda, save its over-riding goal of preserving what has been described as Adams County’s second most historic building.
    The group has no fixed plan for the future use of the building — which since 1979 has served as the site of the Adams County Superior Court — and currently has little money to put toward its efforts to save the structure.

Cyber safety: Talk at BHS draws a crowd of just one

October 2, 2014

    “If I help just one parent, it’s worth it.”
    Those words, spoken by North Adams Community Schools Library Coordinator Michelle Houser, turned prophetic as only one area resident attended the cyber safety seminar held at the Erekson Theatre Wednesday evening.
    Undaunted, Houser talked of ways parents can help keep children — and themselves — safe online. Houser stressed personal and customer privacy, and how those issues may contradict one another.

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