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May 22nd, 2015
A South Adams freshman has been selected to attend a prestigious science conference in Boston.
Join area residents Monday morning for the annual Memorial Day celebration. After visits by the American Legion color guard to St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery and Decatur Cemetery at 9 a.m., the service will take place at the Peace Monument on the courthouse square shortly after 10 a.m.
Amp up your next barbecue with your own, homemade BBQ sauce. This recipe pairs perfectly with all your go to favorites from ribs to chicken.
Letterman has a star-studded finale
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Veteran Bellmont wrestling coach Brent Faurote has decided to call it a career. See today's print or online editions for a look back at Faurote's long and successful career.
Memorial Day services in Decatur will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, with military honors at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, followed by a similar ceremony at Decatur Ceremony. At 10 a.m. a brief service to honor fallen U.S. Navy officers will be held on the Wendell Macklin Bridge. A celebration at the Peace Monument on the courthouse square will conclude the festivities.
A decision won't be made any time soon on the future of the Five Points intersection in Decatur. Decatur officials said a determination of what will be done to enhance the intersection is "far down the road."
Woodcrest resident Herman “Red” Lyons, pictured with Southeast Elementary School first grader Zayne Roop, played horseshoes during a recent visit by Linda Wellman's SE class to the Decatur retirement community.
The ladies at the DDD topped off the day recently by modeling a few hats to be featured in the 2015 Hats Off to Sculptures event as part of this year's Decatur Sculpture Tour. Hats are being sold at several locations in Decatur for varying prices. Seated, from left are Sheri Huffman and Nicole Perry. Standing are Pam Mohr and Jennifer Reinhart.