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February 15th, 2012

NA athletic foundation is approved

February 15, 2012

    Future improvements to athletic facilities at North Adams Community Schools could be funded in part by tax-deductible donations from local residents.
    A proposal to create a not-for-profit athletic foundation that would allow the school district to raise private funds for athletic capital improvement projects was unveiled Tuesday at the school district's monthly board meeting. The discussion was held in conjunction with the news that a bare-bones upgrade at Worthman Stadium would cost in the neighborhood of a half million dollars.

McConnell to exit ACentral

February 15, 2012

    Two letters of resignation were received, and accepted, Tuesday evening by the Adams Central Board of Education.
    High school Principal Sean R. McConnell submitted his letter of resignation after three years of service, effective June 30. Board members accepted, 6-0, with member John Sipe absent .
    The board also approved, 6-0, a letter of resignation from school employee Lisa Black.

February 14th

Turbine foes make a point

February 14, 2012

    A group of area residents led by Hilary Shifferly of rural Decatur gave a power point presentation to the Adams County Commissioners Monday regarding the proposal of a wind test tower in Adams County.
    Shifferly presented commissioners with data she has gathered from various agencies regarding what the group feels are adverse affects caused by the operation of wind turbines.

Dangerous Berne eyesore likely to soon bite the dust

February 14, 2012

    A property on Jefferson Street in Berne which has been deemed both dangerous and an eyesore to the community could disappear within the next 30 days, members of Berne City Council learned at their monthly meeting on Monday.
    The council's emergency adoption last month of an unsafe building ordinance set the stage for official city action at the property site, which reportedly has been the source of numerous citizen complaints.

Rebounding county said fiscally sound

February 14, 2012

    Adams County Commissioners Chairman Doug Bauman reported during his State of the County address Monday that as the country continues to rebound from the failing economy, Adams County is fiscally sound.
    Bauman noted that as the auditor's office advised, the Adams County Council and Commissioners will need to remain prudent and pro-active regarding spending in the upcoming years in order for the county to remain secure.

February 13th

Snyder seeks Lehman rep seat

February 13, 2012

    Mike Snyder of Decatur, a Democrat, has filed as a candidate for the 79th Indiana House of Representatives district. The seat is currently held by Matt Lehman, a Republican from Berne. He has filed for re-election.
    Snyder is president of United Steelworkers Local 15173, representing workers at the Bunge North American plant in Decatur.

Infant hepatitis prevention earns 'Gold Award' for Adams Memorial

February 13, 2012

    A recent Indiana State Department of Health survey has shown that Adams Memorial Hospital is one of the best in the state in making sure children born at its location are immunized against the Hepatitis B virus.
     ISDH public health investigator Rupert E. Arceo recently presented hospital officials with a “Gold Award”  in recognition of the facilities' practices in the prevention of perinatal Hepatitis B infections.

February 10th

One late filing surprise today

February 10, 2012

By J SYWGART
    The deadline for candidates of the two major political parties to announce their intentions for 2012 election slots in Adams County came and went at noon on Friday. The passing of that deadline assured that no fewer than six inner-party contests will be decided during the May 8 primary election.

Burkhart seeks coroner post

February 10, 2012

    Democrat Kristopher Burkhart, a lifelong Adams County resident, has announced he is seeking the position of Adams County Coroner.
    Burkhart is the second person to announce his candidacy, with Assistant Coroner Leslie Cook, a Republican, announcing her candidacy last week.

Area lawmaker stepping down

February 10, 2012

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Longtime Republican state Rep. Jeff Espich says he won’t seek re-election this year and will end his 40-year career in the Indiana House.
    The Uniondale Republican has steered fiscal matters for the House Republicans’ caucus for decades and currently chairs the House Ways and Means Committee.
    The Journal Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/yLNhsL) that Espich had said for months that he intended to run for re-election.

 

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