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August 11th, 2014
Captain Mae Boczynski and First Mate Megan Boczynski powered the aptly-named M&M boat toward the finish line Saturday in the Decatur-Adams County Parks and Rec Department’s fifth annual cardboard boat races.
The panel discuss the injuries on the Colts' offensive line.
A former railroad depot owned by the city of Decatur is getting a major boost of oxygen and may in the not-too-distant future be alive and breathing again, thanks to the energetic efforts of three local women.
Those ladies are going to need the support of the local community, though, as they seek to bring to life a building believed to be 122 years old; a building the city has preserved and made some crucial repairs to in recent years.
INDIANAPOLIS — Loretta Rush, a longtime juvenile court judge who joined the Indiana Supreme Court in 2012, was unanimously chosen as the state’s first female chief justice Wednesday, setting the stage for what could be a long run at the court’s helm.
The seven-member Judicial Nominating Commission chose Rush to succeed Justice Brent Dickson as the high court’s leader. Dickson announced in June that he would step down as chief justice but remain an associate justice.
The Adams County Historical Society Museum will feature the history of the Model T Ford over the next two weekends — Saturday and Sunday and again Aug. 16-17. On display will be the museum’s 1926 Model T Coupe, donated by Dwight Edgell in memory of his brother Olin Edgell. Also featured will be a brief video of the construction of the automobile and the invention of the assembly line. The museum, located at 420 W. Monroe St., Decatur, is open each day during the exhibit from 1-4 p.m.
Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason explains why Paul George could make a full recovery and how his injury should not preclude NBA players from playing on the international stage.
The Indiana Statewide Testing for Education Progress Plus reports released Monday by the Indiana Department of Education included statistics for private schools as well as public institutions, and Wyneken Memorial Lutheran School in Decatur received some impressive marks.
The Geneva Town Hall was filled beyond capacity Tuesday night as residents turned out in large numbers to request changes to the town’s golf cart and all-terrain vehicle ordinance.
Demolition work began at the former Decatur Plaza on the north edge of Decatur Tuesday morning to make way for a future Indiana and Michigan Power substation. The project is part of the utility company’s “Powering Up South” project, which officials said will increase reliability of electric service in the Decatur area.
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