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October 19th, 2012

Louis A. Wolpert

October 19, 2012

    Louis A. Wolpert, 91, of Decatur died today at Woodcrest Nursing Center.
    Arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton & Hirschy Funeral Home.

October 18th

Fifth set lapse dooms Lady Stars

October 18, 2012

    BLUFFTON—After the roller coaster ride back and forth in the first four sets between South Adams and Churubusco, it was the Eagles' Alisha Farner whose serve will be in the Lady Stars' nightmares for the rest of the off-season.
    In the deciding fifth set, Farner started Churubusco on a rally that saw them to a 9-0 lead behind four aces and a lot of SA miscues on service returns en route to a first-round sectional victory for the Eagles over South Adams 25-22, 24-26, 25-14, 21-25, 3-15.

House donated to library is demolished

October 18, 2012

    A crew from Luginbill Excavating made short work of the demolition of a residence on the northeast corner of Jefferson and Third streets in Decatur on Wednesday.
    As pedestrians gathered and motorists drove past to see, the former Richard Roudebush home was razed in anticipation of converting the site into a green space area to be used by the Adams Public Library System.    

Sewer project decision due next month

October 18, 2012

    Members of the Adams County Regional Sewer District board hope to know by next month the future of a proposed a proposed $4.5 million sewer project to serve the rural areas of Monmouth, Bobo, Pleasant Mills and Arcadia Village.
    What shape that project takes, if any, will largely depend on upcoming negotiations with Decatur officials over ancillary costs associated with treating sewage from the outlying areas.

New physician joins hospital

October 18, 2012

    Dr. Kathleen Heimann joined the staff of Adams Memorial (AMH) Hospital this week and is partnering with Drs. Crystal Jencks and Jessamine Hippensteel in their Decatur Family Medicine practice.
    Heimann is currently accepting new patients to the Decatur Family Medicine group as well as obstetric patients. A hospital spokesperson said, “Dr. Heimann has a special gift in relating to and educating her patients, plus she is fluent in Spanish.”

Randall F. Culver

October 18, 2012

    Randall F. Culver, 73, of Berne, died Wednesday at Chalet Village.
    Among survivors are his mother, Rev. Dortha Culver of Tempe of Ariz.; wife, Janice (Hay) Culver of Berne; daughters, Carolyn (Gary) Livengood of New Haven; Catherine L. (David) Ziegenfuss of Walnutport, Pa.; Carin Riley of LaPort, Ind.; and Barbara L. (Edwin) Welch of Upland, Ind.
    Visitation will be from 2-5 and 6-8 p.m. on Friday at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday at Mt. Hope Church.

William H. Lewis

October 18, 2012

    William H. Lewis, 76, of White House, Tenn., died at his residence on Tuesday, October 16, 2012.
    Arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton & Hirschy.
 

Selking makes Crossroads Conference team

October 18, 2012

CONTINUING THE COUGAR CAUSE—University of Saint Francis junior Chelsea Selking earned a third consecutive selection to the Crossroads League all-conference tennis team for the 2012 season. Selking, a graduate of Adams Central, finished play with a 10-1 overall record at No. 1 singles. She won her first eight matches of the season. She finished 5-1 in singles play and 7-6 overall in No. 1 doubles, 3-5 in conference play. (Photo provided)

October 17th

Sewage rate hike approved

October 17, 2012

    After an hour-long public hearing Tuesday night in which city officials were challenged to stand up to "bullying tactics" by the federal government, Decatur City Council unanimously passed a 50 percent sewer rate increase which will go into effect with the next billing cycle.
    Rates initially will rise 37 percent, then another 4 percent a year later; then, probably, another 7 percent in the third year of a three-phase project, Meanwhile, the city will float a $3 million bond issue.

Fight the feds, city man says

October 17, 2012

    "When are we going to stand up and say we're not going to do this any longer," Cross Creek resident Greg Litchfield asked Mayor John Schultz and Decatur City Council Tuesday night in reference to an Indiana Department of Environmental (IDEM) mandate and a three-year sewage rate increase imposed later.
    Litchfield, a Cross Creek resident, was speaking at a public hearing held within the regular city council meeting on Tuesday night. The hearing lasted one hour.

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