February 24th, 2015
Saturday February 21st, 2015
(#1) Kentucky (27-0) 110
Auburn (12-15) 75
Kentucky played host to SEC league door matt Auburn and appropriately blew them out of the gym. Kentucky used a 23-2 run in the first half to break open a 27 point first half lead. They never looked back as Auburn never seriously threatened again. Karl Anthony Towns led Kentucky with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
(#3) Gonzaga (28-1) 70
Saint Mary’s (20-7) 60
South Adams senior Sawyer Miller advanced to the 120-pound championship match of the state wrestling tournament Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis but lost in overtime, 3-1 to finish as state runner-up.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hollywood is smarter than you thought. Whether by design or chance, the 87th Academy Awards elegantly and subtly shifted the tone of the season from a reductive fixation on snubs and fact-checking to a positive celebration of original filmmaking and purposeful advocacy for causes as diverse as immigration, suicide and equal rights.
A trio of horses on a farm east of Decatur didn’t seem to mind the snow Saturday, but were very curious about the photographer.
INDIANAPOLIS — "It didn't end how I wanted it to, but I was on the podium. It felt great," stated Adams Central senior Kaine Luginbill, expressing feelings he likely shared with South Adams' Sawyer Miller as the Adams County wrestlers closed out their prep mat careers with fourth place and second place respectively Saturday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
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Emails notifying school officials of eleventh-hour changes in the state’s ISTEP+ exam were sent to all school district’s in Indiana Thursday, and officials at North Adams Community Schools were sifting through those changes in an attempt to get a handle on what to expect in this year’s round of testing.
Melissa Norby, the city’s new community coordinator, was introduced by Mayor John Schultz at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. “We want to welcome her aboard,” he said.
It was her last council meeting as a spectator since Norby begins her duties Monday. At the request of Schultz, council approved an expenditure of up to $3,500 from Community Capital Improvement funds to purchase for Norby’s use a computer, a laptop and a printer.
On a day when temperatures hovered around zero — and wind chill factors were well below that — Lamar Stewart had the unenviable job of retreiving shopping carts from the parking lot of the Kroger’s grocery story in Decatur.
The Decatur Main Street group received a $5,000 award from city council on Tuesday night, funds deemed as “startup money.”
Mayor John Schultz said he strongly supported the expenditure from Cumulative Capital Development funds for a group of local people who “have been very diligent in their efforts. They have done everything we have asked them to do.”