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March 20th, 2015

Video: Notre Dame's Brey and Grant talk surviving 2nd-round scare / ACC Road to Indy

March 20, 2015

Video: Notre Dame's Brey and Grant talk surviving 2nd-round scare / ACC Road to Indy

March 19th

Jobless rate up, but among region’s lowest

March 19, 2015

    Adams County’s unemployment rate jumped up to 5.4 percent in January, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
    The county’s jobless rate in December was 5 percent. One year earlier the county sported an unemployment rate of 5.8 percent.
    Local jobless figures bottomed out during 2014 at 4.3 percent in September after hitting a yearly high of 6.0 percent in February. Jobless rates in the county peaked at 15.2 percent in July of 2010.

New DPD open for business, mostly

March 19, 2015

    It will still be a few days before the new Decatur Police Department facility has that “lived-in” look; before boxes on the floor are replaced by filled filing cabinets and before loose wires are tucked away from view.
    But, beginning today, the DPD’s new 7th Street home is open for business.

Falcon on display at Limberlost

March 19, 2015

    The Limberlost State Historic Site in Geneva will host a special presentation on the peregrine falcon by award-winning 15-year-old birder Alexandra Forsythe from 2-3 p.m. Sunday  at the site’s Visitor Center.
The peregrine falcon is the world’s fastest animal, with diving speeds reaching more than 200 mph or slightly faster than the race cars of the Indianapolis 500. Peregrine falcons are found throughout much of the world, including in many large urban areas where they hunt pigeons and nest on tall buildings.

March 18th

$50,000 approved for study of downtown

March 18, 2015

    “This is the next step we need in our city, and I am 100 percent in favor of it,” Decatur Mayor John Schultz said Tuesday night before city council unanimously approved spending up to $50,000 to have a “downtown plan” prepared.

Red sky at night ...

March 18, 2015

    Sailors’ delight. That was the case Monday evening as the sun went down on Decatur, accompanied by a brilliant light show.

‘Bench for Caps’ program comes to an end

March 18, 2015

    The Adams County Solid Waste Management District is ending its Bench for Caps program for now, Director Hank Mayer reported Monday. “The success of the program is such that we have too many pounds of caps for the orders we are receiving and we have no more room to store the caps,” Mayer said.

March 17th

Radio jock fires up GOP faithful at annual dinner

March 17, 2015

    The Adams County Republican Party, a group that includes every countywide office-holder and the overwhelming majority of elected municipal officials, gathered Monday evening at Adams Memorial Hospital for the party’s annual Lincoln Day dinner.
    Guest speaker for the event was Fort Wayne radio personality and political analyst Pat Miller. Miller has hosted the Pat Miller Program on radio station WOWO since April 2001.

Strike up the band! Bicentennial to be celebrated locally

March 17, 2015

    Unlike 100 years ago, this time around Adams County will be participating in the celebration.
    Adams County Historian Louise Wolpert, Decatur Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Wes Kuntzman and Berne Chamber Executive Director Melissa Skinner appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Monday morning to inform them of activities planned in Adams County in conjunction with the state’s bicentennial, to be celebrated Sept. 30, 2016.

Spring cleaning

March 17, 2015

    The mercury climbed to nearly 70 degrees Monday and area residents — such as Berne resident Robert Detrow — took advantage of the day to do a little yard work.


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