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November 6th, 2014

IDEM: City site must be tested for fuel leaks

November 6, 2014

    Decatur City Council on Tuesday night approved an outlay of a little more than $15,000 for an environmental study at the site of the former city street department garage, located behind the current police station on 3rd Street.
    The street department moved from the area several years ago to the former Baker & Schultz property on Patterson Street, taking its fuel tanks along. Eventually, the entire building in which the former street department was located was demolished.

All Saints Day

November 6, 2014

    In celebration of All Saints Day on Nov. 1, these St. Joseph School fourth-graders dressed as their patron saints.  The students research the lives of their patron saint, made posters (now on display at school) and dressed up. They attended Mass at the coliseum in Fort Wayne with other diocesan schools in the Fort Wayne area and also attend mass at St. Mary’s in costume and share information about their saint. Pictured above are Ashten Miller, Addie Kintz and Astrid Barrientos.

November 5th

Brown ousts incumbent Harvey in lopsided race for prosecutor

November 5, 2014

    Change we can believe in came in the form of a Republican sweep Tuesday evening as Adams County voters took to the polls.
   In one of two contested countywide races, political newcomer Jeremy Brown, a Republican, toppled Democratic incumbent Christopher Harvey for the job of Adams County Prosecuting Attorney by a wide margin. Brown received 4,865 votes countywide to Harvey’s 2,782 votes.
    Brown will take office Jan. 1.

Voglewede completes GOP sweep in clerk's race

November 5, 2014

    While fellow Republican Jeremy Brown was sailing to a convincing victory in his bid to become Adams County’s next prosecuting attorney, fellow candidate Jim Vogelwede held up his end of the bargain as well, leading the GOP to a sweep of countywide offices leading into the new year.

The winner is

November 5, 2014

   Adams County Republicans gathered at the Elks Lodge in Decatur to await the results of Tuesday’s General Election. As the final votes were tallied, several members of the GOP gathered as newly-elected Prosecutor Jeremy Brown was officially declared the winner.
 

November 4th

Republicans sweep Adams County elections

November 4, 2014


ADAMS COUNTY
ELECTION RESULTS

CONTESTED COUNTYWIDE RACES

CLERK OF
COURTS
  √ Voglewede (R) - 4,281
     Affolder (D)  - 3,325

PROSECUTOR
Republican
  √ Brown (R) - 4,865
     Harvey (D) - 2,782

UNCONTESTED RACES

COUNTY COUNCIL
District 1 seat
  √  Stoppenhagen (R) - 2,034
 
District 2 seat

Commissioners ponder jail site annexation

November 4, 2014

    Once the Miller property is sold to Adams County as a site for the new county jail, should commissioners consider annexing a portion of the land into the city of Decatur once it is purchased?
    That subject was broached by Adams County Attorney Mark Burry Monday afternoon at the weekly meeting of the Adams County Commissioners. He offered narratives which were advantageous to both the county and the city.

Polling Day

November 4, 2014

     Voting began at 6 a.m. today on what has been predicted to be a light day of polling in Adams County and across the nation. Above, two area residents cast their votes at the North Adams Community Schools’ administration building.
 

Berne tourism talk: Spreading the word said key to success

November 4, 2014

    There’s a lot happening in Berne, according to the Berne Chamber of Commerce, and getting the word out was the main topic at a special State of Tourism meeting held Monday evening.

Trending video: What we learned from the Colts win over the Giants

November 4, 2014

VIDEO: What we learned from the Colts win over the Giants
Donovan, Randy and Glazer recap the Colts Monday night win.

    FORT WAYNE— The Lady Starfish swam circles around the South Side Archers...
  Thursday Night Football 11/13 Miami (6-4) 22 vs Buffalo (5-5) 9     ...

 

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