Skip to main content

Archive - News Article

February 20th, 2015

Biting Cold

February 20, 2015

    On a day when temperatures hovered around zero — and wind chill factors were well below that — Lamar Stewart had the unenviable job of retreiving shopping carts from the parking lot of the Kroger’s grocery story in Decatur.

 

February 19th

Decatur Main Street group gets funding from council

February 19, 2015

    The Decatur Main Street group received a $5,000 award from city council on Tuesday night, funds deemed as “startup money.”
    Mayor John Schultz said he strongly supported the expenditure from Cumulative Capital Development funds for a group of local people who “have been very diligent in their efforts. They have done everything we have asked them to do.”

Bitter cold lingers

February 19, 2015

    Frigid cold temperatures that settled into the area earlier this week continue to linger and, worse yet, will plummet coming into the last week of February.
    High temperatures have hovered in the teens and early 20s most of the week, while lows have dropped to actual temperatures of single digits and below zero. Factoring in wind chill, each day has bottomed out below zero.

Bellmont Career Fair

February 19, 2015

    Students from all three schools in Adams County were in attendance at the Bellmont High School Career Fair Wednesday. In the photo above, several students were gathered at the Ivy Tech Medical Assisting display.

 

School closings and delays

February 19, 2015

February 18th

Annexation next step in city’s proposed wetlands project

February 18, 2015

    It’s down the road a few years — maybe more than a few — but Decatur could be getting a nature preserve with a wetlands area, a extension of the Greenway Trail and more as city council on Tuesday night put in motion the wheels of annexation.

Restructured fee schedule for county building permits ok’d

February 18, 2015

    Adams County Building, Planning and Zoning Director Mark Wynn appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Tuesday morning to ask for final approval of new and revised fee schedule changes previously voted on and accepted by the Adams County Plan Commission.

Mayor: Teamwork in city key to Berne’s continued growth

February 18, 2015

    The city of Berne is continuing to improve with the help of area residents and businesses. That was the message Mayor Bill McKean sent to those attending the annual State of the City address Tuesday at the American Legion hall.
    After thanking each department head — as well as those who work for the city, conduct business in or have chosen to make Berne their home — McKean talked of the amount of teamwork involved in getting Berne to the place it is now.

February 17th

CrimeStoppers fundraising basketball game

February 17, 2015

    Adams County law enforcement officers traded handcuffs for sneakers Monday night for the annual CrimeStoppers fundraising basketball game against celebrities from radio station K-105.
All money generated from the event will go towards funding the Adams County CrimeStoppers tip hotline.

 

CrimeStoppers Coach

February 17, 2015

    Adams County CrimeStoppers Coach Sam Smitley, flanked by his daughters Emily (left) and Kathryn, guided the local law enforcement officers into battle Monday night during the annual fundraising basketball game against personalities from radio station K-105.
Photo provided

MONROE—Adams Central's 6'7 junior center Luke Voirol came off the bench Thursday night to give the...
Adams Central's Kaine Luginbill capped off an unprecedented prep wrestling career Saturday night...
Tonight is senior night at the Teepee for the boys basketball team as they entertain Bishop...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes