April 21st, 2015
Golden Meadows Home, 3646N C.R. 200E rural Decatur, will host its 21st annual auction to benefit the Special Needs Resident Fund beginning at 10 a.m. June 13.
The auction will feature new merchandise, gift certificates from local businesses, items from out-of-town entities — such as professional sport teams, hotels, camp grounds and amusement parks — used merchandise in good condition and a food tent that will feature a tasty luncheon menu.
The NBA Playoffs started this past Saturday. We are going to look at the results and give predictions on how the rest of the series goes. We will start in the Eastern Conference first.
Chicago Bulls 103
Milwaukee Bucks 91
Bellmont sophomore Taylor Bebout has recently been honored by PrepVolleyball.com landing on the annual Sophomore 79 list.
The honor, given to the top second-year volleyball players for their outstanding contributions to their high school teams, is given out every year by the group as well as a Freshman 59 list.
This is a nationally given award, not just Indiana, making it all the more special for the Bellmont setter.
Bellmont High School will present “Shrek the Musical” Friday and Saturday nights at the Erekson Theatre.
Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film, “Shrek the Musical” brings all the beloved characters from the film to life on stage and proves there’s more to the story than meets the ears.
Adams County Director of Forestry Dwight Pierce announced Decatur will join in the celebration of the Arbor Flight 2.0 at 3:45 p.m. Thursday at the Boys and Girls Club in Decatur.
Arbor Flight 2.0 is part of the annual Arbor Day celebration during which helicopters transport local dignitaries to sites in Indiana so they may participate in tree planting ceremonies and educational programming.
A bullfrog seems to have befriended a ceramic lizard in the backyard pond of a Decatur home. How long the relationship lasts is anyone’s guess.
TIME Magazine has revealed the 2015 TIME 100, its annual list of what it considers the 100 most influential people in the world.
MONROE— Adams Central's bats swung wide open earning them their first victory of the young season on Thursday night with a 10-2 victory over the Bluffton Tigers.
A five-run first inning set the tone for the Jets led by six singles in the frame. Cody Crump stole home to break open the scoring, then Luke Liter, Lance Busse, and Matt Baker would smack three consecutive RBI singles scoring one run apiece.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz will take part in a community-wide event focusing on world hunger to be held April 24 at South Adams Schools.
SA Superintendent Scott Litwiller announced Ritz’s planned appearance at this week’s school board meeting.
The South Adams Schools student-led organization Dots in Blue Water is organizing the special day, in conjunction with the not-for-profit organization Feed My Starving Children to focus on global hunger.