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January 5th, 2015
Members of the Adams Central wrestling team loft the first-place trophy they earned at the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Associaton team state championship at Ball State University on Saturday. See more details in today’s print or online editions.
Gas prices in Decatur continue to be among the highest in the region, but motorists making a short drive to the east will find prices much more to their liking. The photo above shows unleaded gas was selling for $1.58 per gallon Sunday night.
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While many New Year’s Eve revelers celebrated by watching a ball drop at midnight, these youngsters at Limberlost State Historic Site in Geneva got a 12-hour jump on the festivities with a balloon drop at noon Wednesday. In addition to the early countdown, those in attendance played games and enjoyed refreshments and activities designed specifically for the younger crowed who probably were asleep when 2015 made its official entry.
Scott Dailey was named the new School Resource Officer for South Adams Schools by the Geneva Town Council at their end of the year meeting Tuesday night.
Indiana Michigan Power is mailing letters to about two dozen landowners north of Decatur advising them of plans to build a new power line along Adams County Road 1100 North as part of the Powering Up South project, according to a spokesperson for the utility.
December 30th, 2014
Two bridges in Adams County have had their weight limits reduced below the 16-ton threshold following action by the Adams County Commissioners Monday.
Decatur Fire Department firefighter Mitch Baumann boosts little Gracie Patterson, 2, Berne, into the driver’s seat during the annual department’s annual Open House event held Monday.
The Decatur Fire Department was dispatched at 1:44 p.m. Monday to assist the Hoagland Volunteer Fire Department on a house fire at a home listed to Florence Hoffman, 12815 Barkley Road, Hoagland.
HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama says the longest war in American history is coming to a responsible conclusion.
Obama is welcoming the end of U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan. The war came to a formal end Sunday with a ceremony in Kabul.
Obama says in a statement that the effort has devastated al-Qaida’s core leadership, brought justice to Osama bin Laden and disrupted terrorist plots. He says U.S. troops and diplomats have helped Afghans reclaim their communities and move toward democracy.