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October 20th, 2011
The Adams Central High School band band is now one of the top 20 Class D bands in the state, having received a “Gold” rating and placing in the top 10 bands (out of 18) in last weekend’s Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) Class D Regional competition.
The stakes are even higher this Saturday during the Semi-State contest at Franklin Community High School, near Greenwood.
A two-car crash injured one person at 2:03 p.m. Wednesday on US 27 at County Rd. 900 North.
Tamara L. Torson, 50, rural Decatur, was driving a car on 900 North when she hit a car driven by Breona R. Sinn, 22, rural Berne.
Torson suffered a chest bruise and was treated at Adams Memorial Hospital, then released.
Combined damages were estimated by an investigating deputy sheriff at $10,000 to $25,000.
Two-plus inches of rain and it just keeps on coming.
Officials at the Decatur weather station said this morning that 2.2 inches of rain fell here in a 24-hour period up to 7 a.m. today. That caused a dramatic rise in the St. Marys River of nearly nine feet, from 2.6 feet to 11. feet at 7 a.m. today.
Meanwhile, rain was continuing to fall well beyond 7 a.m., and the National Weather Service said more was expected here today.
The annual Veterans' Day ceremony sponsored by the History Club at Adams Central High School will be held on Friday, November 11, starting at 1:30 p.m. in AC's main gym.
The event is open to all area United States military veterans and their families, as well as the public.
November 11 is Veterans' Day and the program will honor all past and present U.S. veterans, with a reception afterward sponsored by AC's chapters of the National Honor Society and the Sunshine Society.
With the date for Prime Inc. to move into its brand-new location in the city's Industrial Park III just around the proverbial corner, Decatur City Council on Tuesday night authorized work to be concluded on improvements to County Road 450 as well as adding and changing lane markings there.
The Prime site is located west of All American Homes and northwest of Walmart.
A further investigation of Monday night's semi accident at the intersection of 13th and Nuttman has shown the account given to Decatur police by the driver of the vehicle allegedly to be inaccurate, police officials said today.
A special harvest, the seventh annual one of its type locally, took place Sunday on 20 acres of the farm owned by Darrel, Joyce, and Dean Arnold in rural Decatur, at County Rds. 500 North and 500 West.
The corn was harvested by several combines and the crop proceeds were donated to the Foods Resource Bank, which is "a Christian response to world hunger."
The effort was sponsored by the congregations of Salem United Church of Christ, north of Magley, and Plymouth UCC in Fort Wayne.
Good news and better news were delivered on Monday to the Adams County commissioners about the former Decatur Casting site on Dayton Ave.
Larry Macklin, executive director of the Adams County Economic Development Corp. and the person who has been overseeing the cleanup and the marketing of the old Casting area, told the commissioners that the most recent technical analysis of the location found it does not have materials that pose a threat to humans or the environment.
A semi tractor-trailer trying to make a turn from 13th Street onto Nuttman Avenue late Monday evening tipped over, causing a large roll of steel being carried by the semi to break away from the vehicle and also entrapping the driver for a short period of time.
The Decatur Police Department reported that Eric S. Lintermoot, 39, Decatur, was attempting to turn his semi at 11:30 p.m. when the semi turned over onto its side. The steel rolled off the semi and went up over the curb onto the property of the nearby Wendy's restaurant.
For those who haven't heard of Flat Stanley, meet Flat Caden.
Flat Stanley is a character in a children's book and, to emulate him, the kindergarten students in Caden Brannon's school at Huntland, Tennessee, are working on a fun project.