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June 1st, 2015
Katie Elizabeth is a 7 year old jack-a-poo lives with Mike and Lila Rauner, Magley. She loves celery and carrots and her favorite entertainment is when she can ride on the golf cart. She also loves playing with the grandkids.
See Tuesday's edition of the Daily Democrat for more pictures from Sunday's commencement ceremonies for all three Adams County public schools.
Adams County Winning With Wellness Initiative will host an Active Living Week June 2-8 — in conjunction with the 65th annual Allied Recreational Group rally and the 2015 Decatur Sculpture Tour — featuring a variety of ways for individuals and families to get moving and learn about healthy living choices.
Multiple WWW members and other organizations have joined together to create a robust calendar of free activities and events for the week — for all ages and abilities, according to a news release.
Longtime Decatur City Councilman, Adams County Sheriff's Deputy and Adams Central School Resource Officer Charlie Cook passed away early this morning. A story will appear in Saturday's edition of the Democrat.
Former Decatur police officer Spencer Wilson was sentenced Thursday for sending pictures of his genitals via text messages and Snapchat to an underage female.
Graduation ceremonies for all three Adams County schools will take place Sunday at the following times:
* Bellmont HS — 1 p.m.
• Adams Central HS — 2 p.m.
• South Adams HS — 2 p.m.
The 2005-2006 Bellmont High School speech team is this week's Throwback Thursday photo. The 2005-2006 team were the NHC Debate Champions. If you or someone you know would like to claim this photo, please come to the Democrat office at 141 S 2nd St., Decatur.
State transportation officials agree to foot the entire bill for the South Adams Trails project — with one caveat.
There will be no poultry shows at the Adams County 4-H Fair — or any county fair in Indiana — this year following a ban implemented by the State Board of Animal Health in the wake of avian flu outbreaks in the state.
Bailey Beery earned second place in the 3200 Run on Tuesday night securing a solo spot at the state finals next week at Indiana University. She is also a part of the 4X800 Relay team that picked up the gold medal at the Marion Regional.