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November 19th, 2012

Franze’s profession stays same, department different

November 19, 2012

    Deputy James Franze, who spent 25 years with the Decatur Police Department, began his new career with the Adams County Sheriff's Department on Thursday.
    "I actually tried to work for the sheriff's office first, before the police department," said Franze. "but it just didn't work out and I got a job with the city. So now, instead of starting my career here, this is where I'll finish."

November 16th

Orr clinches SA board seat

November 16, 2012

By BOB SHRALUKA
    With no provisional ballots changing the final vote totals and the runnerup not planning to seek a recount, Amy Orr on Friday won a seat on the South Adams School Board.
    Actually, a new seat.
    Orr currently holds the District 3 seat on the board, but sought the at-large seat being vacated by Steve Dobler, who did not file for a new term. Orr reportedly is planning to move out of District 3.

BHS has ‘structural issues’ -- No threat of danger, superintendent says

November 16, 2012

    While no imminent threat of danger exists, the North Adams School Board learned this week that cracks in the upper floor of the "C" wing at Bellmont High School have been discovered and will need to be fixed.

23 enrolled in SA alternative school

November 16, 2012

     South Adams Schools' Superintendent Scott Litwiller gave an update on the Crossing alternative school at this week's board of education meeting.

Major portion of building’s demolition has concluded

November 16, 2012

    The major razing of the former sweeper shop/Holthouse Drug building in downtown Decatur was completed around 3:15 Thursday afternoon, and the work went off without any problems.
    The demolishing of the upper portions of the three-story building was a cause for some concern since one side of it was right at the edge of Monroe St. and the other side was along the edge of the building owned by Rebecca Cochran, CPA.

November 15th

Demolition work resumes today

November 15, 2012

    The major part of bringing down one of the oldest buildings in Decatur is expected to be completed late this afternoon.
    The north half of the sweeper shop/Holthouse Drug building was taken down overnight, and the remainder was due to fall today. After originally saying the work would be done over two nights, officials decided to do the other part in daylight as the work is more intricate due to its link to the building to the south occupied by Rebecca Cochran, CPA.

Adams Central honors veterans

November 15, 2012

    Adams Central Community Schools held its annual Veteran's Day program Wednesday, honoring Adams County veterans and all those who have served in the armed forces.
    The event kicked off with the posting of the colors by the American Legion Post 43 Color Guard, followed by the Adams Central band playing "The Star Spangled Banner."

Walgreen holdup arrest made

November 15, 2012

    An Adams County Crime Stoppers tip has led to the arrest of a Fort Wayne man in connection with the June 11 robbery of the Decatur Walgreen Pharmacy.
    Decatur Police arrested David M. Whalen, 20, on Wednesday following an investigation. Detective Leonard Corral, Jr., said he had received the Crime Stoppers tip on October 9 and the eventual followup led police to identify Whalen.

November 14th

Panel offers one-campus NA proposal

November 14, 2012

    A report over a year in the making concerning the possibility of having a one-campus North Adams school was submitted to the North Adams School Board Tuesday night by the NA Facilities Study Committee.
    Trois Hart represented the committee, many members of whom where present in the audience, in making the report which was tabled by the board members so they could, as board president Tim Ehlerding noted, "absorb the information" and study the proposal.

No AC decision on custodial cuts -- Pettibone: ‘Can’t keep going on as always have’

November 14, 2012

    Adams Central staff received a reprieve Tuesday evening, at least temporarily, from a proposal that called for a reduction in general leave days for all employees and for custodians to be dropped as 12-month employees.
    Tuesday's Board of Education meeting drew a large crowd as several AC staff members waited to hear Superintendent Mike Pettibone's proposal for cutting costs at the school.

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