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August 21st, 2012

Sculptures unveiling, walk are scheduled for Thursday

August 21, 2012

    The first annual Decatur Sculpture Walk will kick off in downtown Decatur on  Thursday with an artist's lecture at 2 p.m. at the Adams County Library in Decatur.
    Twelve pieces of new original sculpture art will be on display in the downtown area, organizers said. Four sculptures will be inside local businesses, while 12 will be located along Second St.

Three Kings going down

August 21, 2012

    Three Kings, once an iconic Hoagland restaurant, apparently is being demolished.
    According to reports, a portion of the building collapsed on Sunday and the building is now being demolished.
    The restaurant has been closed for some two years after having gone through some ownership changes.

August 20th

Refinancing to save hospital millions

August 20, 2012

    Action taken last week by the Adams County Hospital Association by refinancing the lease revenue rental bond used to construct the new hospital back in 2005 will save the hospital several million dollars over the life of the bond issue.

Parish hall at St. Mary’s is dedicated

August 20, 2012

    Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades celebrated a Holy Mass, then led a large throng of parishioners to the adjoining St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church's parish hall for the blessing and dedication of the new building on Sunday.
     The hall is the culmination of the St. Mary's Building On Our Heritage capital campaign that began in 2004. 
    That campaign included a new gymnasium.

County jobless dips to 7.6%

August 20, 2012

    Adams County's unemployment rate dropped slightly in July, falling from 7.9 percent in June to 7.6 percent last month, according to the latest figures released Friday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
    The county's jobless rate has remained below 8 percent for four consecutive months after starting 2012 at 8.5 percent. Three years ago, in July of 2009, Adams County experienced a jobless rate of 15.2 percent. One year ago that rate was 8.1 percent.

August 17th

90-year sentence upheld

August 17, 2012

    The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld a 90-year sentence handed down by Judge Fredrick A. Shurger in December, 2011, to a Decatur man Andrew E. Stetler, 33, who was convicted on two counts of child molestation and of being a habitual offender.
    Stetler appealed his sentence, questioning if sufficient evidence was presented to uphold one of his child molestation convictions and whether his 90-year sentence is inappropriate considering the nature of the offenses and his character.

Nigliazzo is new AMH surgeon

August 17, 2012

    Dr. Tony Nigliazzo, who recently joined Adams Memorial Hospital as a general surgeon, is seen in accompanying photo talking with his first patient, Kip Summerset, a rural Adams County resident.
    Since the retirement of Dr. H.S. Lee, the hospital had had just one general surgeon, Dr. Richard Spady.
    Prior to attending medical school, Nigliazzo was a firefighter-paramedic with the Edmond Fire Department, a suburb of Oklahoma City, from January of 1993 to June of 1999.

Stymied on sale of building, East Allen files suit

August 17, 2012

    East Allen Schools is going to court to challenge a state law that has blocked it from selling two vacant schools.
    The lawsuit filed this week in Allen Superior Court asks for a judge to clarify a law that legislators approved last year requiring public school districts to make vacant buildings available to charter schools for four years.
    East Allen officials say no charter schools have expressed interest in two former elementary school buildings near Fort Wayne that other groups have tried to buy.

August 16th

Kekionga kickoff on Friday

August 16, 2012

    Decatur's annual Kekionga Festival, larger this year than ever before, officially starts this Friday with a citywide garage sale.
    The garage sale will continue on Saturday, when two other events are scheduled: a Riley Children's Hospital benefit at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie on S. 11th St. and a car show at The Bridge church, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Adams Central adds names, subtracts some

August 16, 2012

    With the first day of the 2013-14 school year in the books, personnel changes were still under way during the Adams Central Board of Education meeting this week.
    Four resignations were accepted by the ACBOE, including that of middle school/high school art teacher Kelley Rubin. Rubin did not specify her reasons for resigning, but said she has enjoyed her time at AC and will miss both the students and the staff.

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