March 6th, 2012
Danny Dwayne Morgan, 66, Bluffton, died on Saturday, March 3, at his residence.
Among survivors are his wife, Debborah (Cowan) Morgan of Naples, Fla.; sister, Paula (Steven) Holloway of Decatur; and brother Gary (Karla) Morgan of Decatur.
There will be a private family memorial held at a later.
Arrangements were by Goodwin Memorial Chapel, Bluffton.
The Northeast Hoosier Conference has announced its boys basketball conference squads for the 2011-12 year with two Braves making the list.
Homestead, who finished unblemished in the conference, placed two players on the first team, Nick Gamble and Zach Terrell, as did fellow conference teams New Haven, Columbia City, and Norwell (Kyle Fillman and Josh VanMeter) who all finished at the top of the standings. Carroll (freshman Chandler White) and DeKalb put one player each on to round out the first team.
BERNE— Senior Maverick Baumer and junior Dalton Combs both put up 20+ points for the Jets in their sectional final win against the Bishop Luers Knights held at the Stardome on Monday night, 74-62, earning them the right to cut down the nets.
Paul E. Gillespie, 76, of Decatur ded Friday at Woodcrest Nursing Center.
Among survivors are a daughter, Donna (Kevin) Thieme, of Decatur.
There will be no services.
Arrangements were by Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeral Home.
Beatrice G. "Bea" Daniels, 86, of Berne, passed away at 12:44 p.m., on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, in the Swiss Village Community Center.
Bea was a lifelong resident of the Monroeville area.
Bea was born on Wednesday, May 20, 1925, in Allen County, Ind., the daughter of the late Charles C. and Etta Belle (Murfield) Ball.
She married the late Doyle A. "Butch" Daniels on June 7, 1947; he passed away on June 29, 1980.
An informational meeting on wind turbines will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. at Riverside Center in Decatur. Saturday's printed edition of the Decatur Daily Democrat erroneously listed the date of the meeting as today (Monday).
For more information visit www.ac-sos.com.
Even with controversial right-to-work legislation behind them, a pair of state lawmakers on Saturday learned that local constituents still have plenty on their minds.
Fourth-grader Cameron Howk was chosen to help give Northwest Principal Keith Dicke a Mohawk haircut on Friday morning.
Dicke volunteered to get his hair cut if the students in the after-school service project club raised at least $300 for Read to Feed, a reading incentive program designed by Heifer International.
Heifer International provides livestock for struggling families.
The club raised $348 for the cause.
North Adams Schools will hold its annual Kindergarten Roundup from 4:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 19, at Southeast School. Children who turn five years of age on or before August 1 are eligible to enroll for the 2012-13 school year.
Parents must bring a copy of their child's immunization record, birth certificate and Social Security number on April 19. Registration packets are currently available at the North Adams administration building.
Parents who cannot attend the Roundup are asked to call the school.
The IHSAA girls' basketball state tournament wrapped up this weekend with three of the eight teams representing four classes were from Fort Wayne, two games were decided by overtime, and one was ended on a dramatic last-second shot.
In 1A, Canterbury won their fourth state title in five years by defeating Northeast Dubois, 64-54, and finished with a stellar 25-2 record on the season.