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April 25th, 2012

Norwell topples Bellmont tracksters

April 25, 2012

    Cold and windy conditions cut down on the Bellmont girls recording many new season best efforts on Senior Night Tuesday evening and the Squaws fell to the Norwell Knights 85-46  while in the boys meet it was much closer but Norwell still captured a 73-59 triumph at Bob Worthman Stadium.
    The Squaws won five of the 16 events on the night and as usual were led by Alexis Harvey and Holly Hankenson. Both girls picked up two individual triumphs and then joined Emily Roman and Allyson Norby on the winning 4 x 400 relay team in 4:15.2.

April 24th

Heavy fire damage in Berne

April 24, 2012

      One building in the Interlaken Apartments complex on the east edge of Berne was heavily damaged by fire early Tuesday afternoon and may be a total loss.
     Fire departments from Berne and Geneva fought the blaze, with the Preble FD providing Cascade breathing units.
    The complex has 10 buildings in all and 35 units, covering 6.44 acres.
    Further details and photos will appear in Wednesday's edition of the Daily Democrat.
  

Lester W. Mitchel

April 24, 2012

    Lester W. Mitchel, 93 of Roanoke passed away early Saturday morning, April 21, 2012 at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne.
    Mr. Mitchel worked at City Light & Power in Decatur and then retired from Indiana/Michigan Power Co. in 1983 after 49 years.

Wanda J. Eyanson

April 24, 2012

    In Friday's edition, the names of two surviving sons, and one deceased daughter, were inadvertently omitted from the obituary of Wanda J. Eyanson.
    Not listed were Edward A. Eyanson of Columbus, Ga.; James R. Eyanson of Celina, Ohio; and Janet Rhodes.

Disaster training in Decatur

April 24, 2012

    Disaster of the training variety struck Decatur on Monday night as various local emergency services participated in a table-top exercise.
    The mock disaster involved a huge tornado which tore through Decatur and caused widespread damage, including striking Bellmont High School.
    Fifteen to 20 people were involved in the three-hour exercise conducted at the Decatur fire station on Seventh St., starting around 5:30 p.m.

$6 million EP Graphics expansion gets abatement

April 24, 2012

    With two of its five members absent, Berne City Council conducted only a portion of its planned business Monday evening, while postponing other actions until the full body is present.
    Two planned public hearings went ahead as scheduled, including a session to accept comment on a proposal to establish an Economic Revitalization Area at EP Graphics as part of a 10-year tax abatement request.

Ossian man dies in unusual accident

April 24, 2012

    Funeral services are pending at Elzy-Patterson-Rodak Funeral Home in Ossian for Zachary Wendell McKee, a 27-year-old Ossian resident who died Sunday in an unusual accident.
    According to reports, McKee fell onto the electrified third rail at a CTA Purple Line station in the Chicago suburb of Evanston on Sunday. The death has been ruled an accident.

Zachary Wendell McKee

April 24, 2012

    Zachary Wendell McKee, 27, of Ossian, died Sunday.
    Arrangements are pending at Elzy-Patterson-Rodak Funeral Home, Ossian.

April 23rd

AC three-run seventh stuns Jay County

April 24, 2012

    MONROE— The wind was not the craziest part of AC's baseball contest hosting Jay County as the game also featured two hit batsmen that were not awarded first base because the official did not see the contact, three ground-rule doubles that slipped through the fence at almost the exact same spot, an offensive struggle that saw 20 base-runners stranded by both teams, and a three-run seventh inning for AC to come from behind and defeat the Patriots, 4-3 at the Hangar on Monday night.

Lady Jets outlast Squaws, 3-2

April 24, 2012

    MONROE— To call it breezy outside during Bellmont and Adams Central's tennis meet at AC on Monday night would be like saying Monica Seles made a few noises when she played tennis.
    Seles was not present at the Hangar on Monday, but the Squaws and Lady Jets were, and their much anticipated rivalry this season did not disappoint, with AC squeaking out a 3-2 victory over the visiting Bellmonters from across the county.

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