October 17th, 2014
Golden Meadows Home Administrator Tom Magnan appeared before the Adams County Council Tuesday to update them on the operation of the county facility and request they break the hiring freeze to allow him to advertise for a fulltime Certified Nursing Assistant.
Magnan presented councilors with a pair of handouts, one outlining how funds are generated by the facility and a second showing monthly and annual room and board rates for the past five years from the county home.
The deaths of three people may not be what one desires to be known for, but a plane crash near Decatur which occurred nearly 60 years ago was a major event in Indiana history and will be marked in an upcoming special ceremony at the crash site near Peterson.
At the height of his fame, Wilbur Shaw, a onetime great race driver at the Speedway, died in a plane crash in a field just east of Peterson. The crash gained national attention at the time.
Tonight the Squaws host Jay County for senior night at the Teepee. The coverage will begin at approximately 7 p.m. or after the JV contest. If the player link below does not work, click the link at the bottom to access the site.
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Stephen D. Cox, 30, Decatur, formerly of Germantown, died Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, at the University Hospital in Cincinnati. He was born Aug. 10, 1984, in Kettering, Ohio.
Stephen was a pharmacist for Adams Memorial Hospital and attended the Germantown United Methodist Church.
Roy Oscar Girod, Columbus, Ohio, died Thursday Sept. 25, 2014.
A memorial service was held in Columbus on Oct. 4, 2014. Final internment is to be held at The Columbarium at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland at a date to be determined.
Arrangements by O.R. Woodyard Co. Full obituary at www.orwoodyard.com.
KENDALLVILLE — Homestead ended the Bellmont Squaws’ soccer season on Wednesday night in the opening round of regional play at East Noble, 1-0.
Repeating as sectional champions for the first time in school history, the defensive-minded Squaws’ game plan was to shut down the Spartans’ offensive attack.
While the installation of a new roof over a section of Bellmont Middle School was completed over Labor Day weekend, roof woes are far from a thing of the past for North Adams schools as three sections of the high school roof will need to be replaced to the tune of approximately $260,000.
Larry Carty, business manager for the North Adams district, told board of education members Tuesday the three sections were discovered recently as school maintenance workers walked the roof performing routine inspections.
This juvenile eagle was photographed near the Pleasant Mills bridge over the St. Marys River. It is about 3 years old, as indicated by the dark feathers at eye level. Eagles have been sighted in St. Marys Township for several years. The eagle, once an endangered species, has now been removed from that list.
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