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September 14th, 2011

Teen gets 14 years for molesting

September 14, 2011

    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

September 14, 2011

    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. Schuller

September 14, 2011

    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.

September 13th

Louise Hoover Burk

September 13, 2011

    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.

Liechty, Shane finish one-two at Spencerville

September 13, 2011

    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.

Lee recovering; in fair condition

September 13, 2011

    Longtime Adams Health Network surgeon and general practitioner physician H. S. Lee is currently recovering at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne after suffering an acute medical problem at his residence last week.
    On Monday, Dr. Lee was listed in fair condition at Parkview, where he has continued to improve daily. The hospital has indicated that while cards and letters for him are welcome, visitors will be restricted to his immediate family.

Drugs are stolen in Walgreen break-in

September 13, 2011

    An unknown amount of drugs was stolen from the Walgreen store at 13th and Monroe Sts. early today.
    Decatur police said a break-in occurred at 2:28 a.m. when someone pried open a front door, took the drugs, then fled the scene.
    Officers from the city and the Adams County Sheriff's Department arrived at the store less than three minutes after the alarm sounded, but found no one there, according to the city department.

Area business backer profiled

September 13, 2011

    An organization created last year to advocate for and strongly support business and employment development and growth in this part of the state was profiled by its executive director, Matt Bell of Avilla, at a meeting in Decatur on Monday,
    Bell, who guides the Regional Chamber of Northeast Indiana (RCNI), addressed some 30 people at a luncheon gathering at Woodcrest Retirement Community. He is a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives who left office to take the RCNI position.

September 12th

Sewage disposal issues highlighted

September 12, 2011

    Adams County health officials have released information as they seek to make the public aware of sewage-disposal issues in the county.

Tope dies in prison at age 58

September 12, 2011

    Ernest R. "Dick" Tope, a former Decatur resident serving a life sentence for the 1974 murder of a Van Wert County, Ohio, teenager, has died in prison.
    Tope, 58, died of lung cancer last week in Pendleton Correctional Facility in central Indiana, according to a report in Thursday's Van Wert Times-Bulletin.

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