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July 11th, 2012

Sewer board to talk rates with Decatur

July 11, 2012

    The Adams County Regional Sewer District board of directors on Tuesday appointed a subcommittee charged with the task of negotiating with the city of Decatur the rates that will be charged to county residents whose sewage ultimately will be sent to Decatur for treatment.

Elder exiting NA’s board

July 11, 2012

    Citing family illness reasons, Don Elder has submitted his resignation from the North Adams school board. The surprise announcement came at the end of Tuesday night's regular monthly board meeting.
    Elder was appointed exactly one year ago to what has commonly been called the "swing" seat on the board. Representation for that seat alternates every four years between residents of the city of Decatur and rural residents.

Bridge church denied use of SAdams school

July 11, 2012

    After hours of discussion and consideration at public meetings and work sessions over a period of two months, the South Adams Schools Board denied a request by Pastor Mo Hodge to use the school facility in Berne as an extension of The Bridge Community Church's Decatur campus. Nearly 50 people packed the choir room at Tuesday's meeting to hear the board's decision.

July 10th

Fall election field now set

July 10, 2012

    No candidates were named to fill vacancies for county offices on the November general election ballot, according to an announcement Monday by Rob Noetzel, chairman of the Adams County Republican Party.
    Republicans and Democrats had until June 30 to fill any openings in their slate of candidates for the fall. July 2 was the deadline for any independent candidates to file petitions with the clerk of courts office.
    Democrats had four vacancies for major local offices.

Golf carts get county OK

July 10, 2012

    Adams County residents are now able to drive golf carts on county roads and streets, thanks to an ordinance passed by county commissioners Monday.
    Under the new ordinance are the following conditions:
    • Those driving golf carts on county roads or streets must have a valid driver's license.
    • All passengers must be seated in factory-installed seats during operation of the golf cart.

Berne pay increases given approval

July 10, 2012

    With Mayor Bill McKean absent, Berne City Council on Monday approved the mayor's recommendations for 2013 pay increases for city employees and elected officials.
    The votes, as anticipated, were not unanimous.

July 9th

Back to normal...except for rain

July 9, 2012

    Back to normal ... or at least close to it.
    Everyone's power is restored and after nearly two weeks of extremely hot weather, Decatur-area residents are going to be seeing near-normal temperatures this week, the National Weather Service said this morning.
    Now, if we could just get some more rain!

Bridge dedication on tap Saturday

July 9, 2012

    The restored Ceylon Covered Bridge will be dedicated this Saturday in a special event held at the site.
    The event will start at 4 p.m. Tickets are $15, payable to Geneva Proud. Those interested need to make reservations no later than Tuesday by calling Geneva Town Hall, 368-7251.
    The meal following the dedication ceremony will include BBQ chicken and pulled pork by Hoosier Q Daddy; ice cream by Crossroads Pantry will be available and drinks will be furnished.

Building likely ruined

July 9, 2012

    Only a portion of a downtown Monroeville building remained standing this morning after a devastating fire broke out Thursday night.
    One side of the building, last occupied by a Dollar Dan business over a year ago, was still standing. Firefighters reportedly had the other half of the building knocked down in order to prevent rekindling.    The structure is owned by Roger Gerardot,  at 107 Summer St., across from the American Legion post.
    No monetary estimate of damage was available.

July 6th

Relief by Sunday?

July 6, 2012

    Weather experts are saying Decatur-area residents could be getting some relief from the oppressive heat by Sunday — if highs in the upper 80s are relief. The way it's been going of late, that could be a dip of 10 to 15 degrees!
    The temperature topped out at 99 degrees at the city weather station on Thursday, the ninth consecutive day when the high hit 89 or more. And the National Weather Service is saying highs could be in the triple digits today and Saturday.

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