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November 9th, 2012

Waterloo officer shot in face back on duty

November 9, 2012

    WATERLOO, Ind. (AP) — A police officer from a small northeastern Indiana town who was shot in the face 11 months ago while responding to a call is back at work.
    The Auburn Star reported that 48-year-old Waterloo Deputy Marshal Steve Brady returned to work this week. 
    He was shot on Dec. 15 by a man fatally shot by police about three hours later after pointing a gun at officers.

November 8th

Late filing costs Geneva

November 8, 2012

    Geneva Clerk-Treasurer Bill Warren told council members at Tuesday's council meeting that he was informed by the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF) that the proposed 2013 town budget will not be approved for the requested amount of $574,767.
    Warren said he missed a technical "growth factor" deadline which was for a property tax review form for non-binding review. The deadline was Sept. 4, but Warren submitted the information on Sept. 5.

Activities honoring veterans coming up

November 8, 2012

    A special event to honor veterans will be held Saturday morning at the Decatur Walmart store, with public participation encouraged.
    Starting at 9 a.m., veterans who work at the store as well as veterans of the community will be honored. "We would like to thank them all for the service that they have done for all of the people of America," a Walmart news release said.

‘Hoosiers’ gym is in need of repairs

November 8, 2012

    KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. (AP) — An effort is under way to upgrade one of the most prominent tourism destinations in Henry County.
    The Hoosier Gym Community Center seeks to raise funds for a new roof over the lobby of the facility.
    While the 90-year-old gym itself is intact, water damage is visible in the lobby from the leaky roof. The lobby is where historic photographs and movie memorabilia are kept.

November 7th

First-timer Kukelhan garners 52.4% of vote to defeat Schurger

November 7, 2012

    It was a Republican landslide in Adams County as local GOP candidates swept their way to victory in every countywide race during Tuesday's general election balloting.
    Among the high-profile wins was a 628-vote victory by first-time candidate Chad Kuklehan over incumbent Democrat Frederick Schurger for the seat as judge of the Adams Circuit Court.

Mellencamp gets to celebrate this time; Stimpson, Cook win

November 7, 2012

    Six short months ago, Tony Mellencamp was deprived of the celebration which should have accompanied his primary election victory in his bid for an at-large seat on the Adams County Council.
    His joy that night was muted after his wife, Kaye, was rushed to the hospital earlier in the day with a subarachnoid hemorrhage. Her chances of survival initially were set at 1 in 10.

North Adams board picks: Ehlerding, Converset, Bulmahn, Voglewede

November 7, 2012

    It was an evening of historic proportions Tuesday as the first publicly-elected members of the North Adams school board were selected during this year's general election balloting.
    Winning four-year terms on the board were incumbent Tim Ehlerding and newcomer Alan Converset in District 1 and first-time candidates Mark Bulmahn and Jim Voglewede Jr. in District 2. Debra Bergman, the District 2 incumbent, finished third in the balloting and will leave the board at the conclusion of her current term.

November 6th

Republicans sweep Adams County elections

November 6, 2012

    It was another Republican sweep in Adams County Tuesday, with the biggest surprise an upset pulled off by Chad Kukelhan, who defeated longtime circuit court judge Frederick Schurger, garnering over 52 percent of the vote.
    Other winners in contested races were: Deb Stimpson, Recorder; Leslie Cook, Coroner; Tony Mellencamp, Dennis Bluhm and Randy Colclasure, three county council seats.

Solid county turnout likely -- Some 2,500 voted early

November 6, 2012

    Voting was reported heavy in a number of Decatur and Adams County precincts this morning as local voters looked to cast their ballots on not only national and state
races, but local contests as well.
    A number of races dotted the local ballots including, for the first time, North Adams school board elections. Four candidates are seeking two District 1 seats while there are six candidates for two District 2 seats.

New group seeking to offer info aid for needy

November 6, 2012

    Due to the high unemployment in the community, a group of concerned Adams County residents has developed a new program to help people in times of difficulty.
    "In the past 12 months there has been a new team of local people who are concerned for the many people in our neighborhoods that have faced loss of jobs, illness, and other costly events in their lives," said a statement issued by the group.

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