September 15th, 2011
Adams Memorial Hospital's radiology department has completed the process for obtaining a three-year accreditation in nuclear medicine from the American College of Radiology (ACR).
A hospital news release said this is the first time the hospital has received accreditation for nuclear medicine, which is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive material administered to patients to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases, including cancer and heart disease.
Janice E. Mackey, 70, of Geneva, died Monday in Adams Memorial Hospital.
She was born to Eugene T. and Thadora Alberson Smith.
Among survivors are a daughter, Twila S. Mackey of Geneva, and two sons, Lionel R. Mackey of Charleston, South Carolina, and James E. Mackey of Muncie.
There will be no funeral.
The announcement was made by Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeral Home, Decatur.
Bellmont scored early and often in a lopsided victory over Garrett in non-conference varsity soccer play Tuesday night, 11-0
Nearly three minutes into the game, BHS forward Taylor Kennedy scored a goal with the assist coming from Megan Schueler. This combination connected once again four minutes later for the Squaws second goal for a 2-0 edge and four minutes later Schueler scored a goal of her own to increase the lead to 3-0.
RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) — An eastern Indiana judge has ruled that unopposed candidates can appear on a city’s election ballot despite a new state law omitting them from it.
A Wayne County judge granted an injunction Monday in a lawsuit filed by both major political parties, two unopposed candidates for Richmond elected offices and two voters, The Palladium-Item reported.
North Adams Board of Education Attorney Scott Ainsworth told board members at a meeting on Tuesday that he received a history lesson after researching a letter he recently received from the Indiana Department of Education. The education department is in the process of reviewing a petition filed by a group of local residents that would change the method of seating North Adams school board members from the current appointment process to a seven-member elected board.
A 17-year-old Decatur boy who pleaded guilty on September 2 to two counts of child molesting received a pair of concurrent 14-year prison sentences on Tuesday from Adams Circuit Court Judge Frederick A. Schurger.
Patrick M. Scott, who admitted engaging in sexual intercourse early this year with two 12-year-old girls, was handed the sentence. Two other molesting charges, one each involving the same girls, were dismissed.
Nancy L. Scherry, 82, of rural Decatur, died at 4:45 a.m. Tuesday in Adams Memorial Hospital.
She was born on July 11, 1929, in Culver, Indiana, to Rev. F.I. and Laura F. Braunschweiger Willmert.
She married Rolland F. Scherry on September 26, 1953, in Faith United Methodist Church at Fort Wayne; he survives. Nancy and Rolland were married by her father and brother.
Adeline A. "Addy" Schuller, 65, of rural Decatur, a teacher for many years, died on Monday at home after suffering an aneurysm last Friday.
She was born to Walter and Ludella Fuelling Wiese, who are deceased.
Among survivors are her husband, Dennis Schuller; two daughters, Mrs. Brad (Christine) Biggs of Decatur and Robin Schuller of Ohio City, Ohio; and a son, Dan Schuller of Fishers.
Louise Hoover Burk, 94, formerly of York, Pennsylvania and Decatur, died at Luther Acres Manor in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on Sunday.
She was the widow of Jacob T. Hoover Sr. and G. Thomas Burk.
A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.
Rohland Funeral Home of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, handled the arrangements.
SPENCERVILLE, OHIO—A strong finish by the South Adams boys cross country team at the Spencerville Invitational last Saturday including a one-two finish by Evan Liechty and Brody Shane helped South Adams claim the team championship with just 56 points out of 18 teams.