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March 6th, 2012

New shelter complaints are aired

March 6, 2012

    Once again a group area residents met with the Adams County Commissioners Monday to address concerns regarding the Adams County Animal Shelter.
     Joanna Stanley of Decatur said that according to a veterinarian in Berne, whom she declined to name, the animals at the shelter are suffering from upper respiratory infections, which are highly contagious to other animals as well as humans.

Police in crackdown against drunk driving

March 6, 2012

    "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" is the newest theme of a police push to crackdown on drunk drivers, it was announced Monday by Decatur Police Chief Ken Ketzler.

NA rural board seat boundaries clarified

March 6, 2012

    A recent story in the Democrat outlining the selection process for candidates for the District 2 seat on the North Adams school board incorrectly listed the geographic boundaries for the district.
    District 2 includes the eastern half of Root Township, east of County Road 000; all of Union Township, and a portion of Washington Township.

March 5th

Wrong date listed for wind turbine meeting

March 5, 2012

    An informational meeting on wind turbines will be held on Tuesday, March 6,  at 7 p.m. at Riverside Center in Decatur. Saturday's printed edition of the Decatur Daily Democrat erroneously listed the date of the meeting as today (Monday).
    For more information visit www.ac-sos.com.

Plenty of questions for area lawmakers

March 5, 2012

    Even with controversial right-to-work legislation behind them, a pair of state lawmakers on Saturday learned that local constituents still have plenty on their minds.

NW principal gets Mohawk haircut

March 5, 2012

    Fourth-grader Cameron Howk was chosen to help give Northwest Principal Keith Dicke a Mohawk haircut on Friday morning.
    Dicke volunteered to get his hair cut if the students in the after-school service project club raised at least $300 for Read to Feed, a reading incentive program designed by Heifer International.
    Heifer International provides livestock for struggling families.
    The club raised $348 for the cause.

North Adams k-garten roundup slated April 19

March 5, 2012

    North Adams Schools will hold its annual Kindergarten Roundup from 4:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 19, at Southeast School. Children who turn five years of age on or before August 1 are eligible to enroll for the 2012-13 school year.
    Parents must bring a copy of their child's immunization record, birth certificate and Social Security number on April 19. Registration packets are currently available at the North Adams administration building.
    Parents who cannot attend the Roundup are asked to call the school.

March 2nd

Fire destroys barn near Craigville

March 2, 2012

By JANNAYA ANDREWS
    The Bluffton Fire Department was dispatched at 10:44 a.m. Friday to a barn fire at 4758 E 500 N near Craigville.
    A spokesman for the department said the structure was completely engulfed upon arrival and additional fire crews from Preble and Ossian were called in an attempt to help save the structure and any animals that may have been trapped inside.

Wells okays 80 wind turbines

March 2, 2012

    BLUFFTON, Ind. (AP) — A northeastern Indiana county has approved a wind energy company’s plans to erect about 80 power-generating wind turbines in the county.
    Members of the Wells County Area Plan Commission voted 6-4 early Friday to endorse Apex Wind Energy’s development plans.
    The News-Banner of Bluffton reports (http://bit.ly/wWI7lz) that the marathon meeting at Southern Wells Junior/Senior High School began about 7:30 p.m. Thursday and ran past 1 a.m. Friday.

Computer glitch delays Monroe’s utility bills

March 2, 2012

    Monroe Town Council President Al Lehman reported at Thursday's town council meeting that due to a computer problem, the printing and mailing of utility bills for Monroe residents has been delayed for the month of February.
    Lehman said he is hopeful the computer will be fixed today and that the bills will be mailed next week.
    Lehman also noted that the due date for payment will be extended by the same number of days the bill was delayed.

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