May 8th, 2015
These three youngsters — from left, Brinkley, Madalyn and Xander Wagner — received the royal treatment as they rode in their regal coach while marathoner mom, Brittany, pushed them along the River Greenway Trail Wednesday afternoon.
A nine-run bottom of the sixth turned a quality baseball game into a laugher Thursday night for the Bellmont Braves as they stun their NHC-rival Carroll Chargers by an 11-2 tally at home.
BHS hurler Jordan Hilyard went toe-to-toe with Carroll's Sam Rhoades for the first five innings and the score was tied up at 2-2 heading into the sixth............................
FORT WAYNE— Not even a 10-run lead was safe for Bellmont against the Carroll Chargers on Wednesday night as the home team stunned the visiting Squaws in a nine-inning affair, 15-14.
“That one hurt,” noted BHS coach Sandy Busick after the game. “It hurts the players, the coaches, and the fans when we lose a game like that.”....................
County landowners will now pay the county for having culverts installed on their property. See today's print or online editions for a complete story on the new charges that will take effect immediately.
Dog walkers, move aside, there’s a new pet along the River Greenway Trail. Dorothy Freeland, Decatur, was spotted Tuesday afternoon walking her pet Iguana, Toto, who seemed very at home in the woods.
A Decatur man has encountered local obstacles in his effort to aid wounded veterans. Read about it in today's print or online editions.
Adams Central Superintendent of Schools Lori Stiglitz doesn't hide her displeasure after online ISTEP testing at the school forces students to revert to pen and paper to complete the tests. See today's print or online editions to read Stiglitz's comments.
Jane Kaverman was sworn in as the new clerk-treasurer for the town of Geneva Tuesday night. She, along with former clerk Bill Warren (at right) will attempt to put the town's financial records back in order following the resignation last month of Barry Moore from that position. See today's print or online editions to read about the challenges awaiting Kaverman.
Allied Recreation Group's annual Fleetwood National Rally is less than a month away, and the schedule for the Decatur Sculpture Tour that will coincide with the event is released. Read about it in today's print or online editions.