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May 26th, 2011

Carolyn J. Schmitt

May 26, 2011

    Carolyn J. Schmitt, 76, of Decatur, died today at home.
    Funeral arrangements are pending at Haggard-Sefton and Hirschy Funeeral Home, Decatur.

BHS foursome just misses state berth

May 26, 2011

    Though the time that the Bellmont girls 1600 relay team ran would have won three other regionals, the record-setting BHS foursome will not be competing at the June 4 IHSAA State Girls Track and Field meet.
    Bellmont coach Carl Risch learned  Wednesday afternoon that the squad fell two places short of making the field. It's the same case with freshman hurdler Holly Hankenson. She fell two places short of making the state field in the 300 sticks.

Tourney games shifted around

May 26, 2011

    The the second time this week, thunder showers caused postponement of sectional play Wednesday afternoon.
    Bellmont's Baseball Sectional was to have opened Wednesday with Wayne taking on Norwell. That game has been pushed off until today. Bellmont is slated to meet Maconaquah in the Friday, 5:30 p.m. game.
    If rain hits again today, their would likely be added games on Monday, which is Memorial Day. Currently, only a 1 p.m. championship game is set for BHS Monday.

May 25th

Harvey sprints to state berths

May 25, 2011

    FORT WAYNE — Sophomore sprinter Alexis Harvey earned a second straight trip to the IHSAA State Track and Field Finals, earning second with a record-breaking time in the 200 meter dash and she took third for a state spot in the 100.

Braves try doubles to take Stars 7-3

May 25, 2011

    Bellmont could manage just three hits off South Adams pitching  in a non-conference Senior Night game at Bellmont Tuesday night but all were doubles in the fifth inning and two were two-run  shots to give the Braves a 7-3 triumph over the Starfires.
    Will Busse and Brian Hakes both drilled long two-run two-baggers to right centerfield to drive in four of the five Bellmont runs and relievers Matt Chronister and Brandon Voglewede shut the Stars down on just one hit  and one walk over their final four at bats.

Rick Hill is sent to prison

May 25, 2011

    A rural Decatur man convicted last year of multiple counts of cruelty to horses he owned and of failing to properly dispose of a dead horse was given 543 days in prison and 363 days in jail on Tuesday for violating probation.
    Richard A. "Rick" Hill, 60, was sentenced by Adams Superior Court Judge Patrick R. Miller for disobeying judicial orders to have no contact with or possession of any "vertebrate animals."

Benefits of foreign trade zones outlined

May 25, 2011

    More than 20 people from businesses, governments, etc. in Adams County attended a presentation held Tuesday in Decatur about foreign trade zones (FTZs).
    The presenter was Ola DeGabriele, international trade manager for the City of Fort Wayne. The event was held in a meeting room at Adams Memorial Hospital and was set up by the Adams County Economic Development Corp.

Delores M. Gerber

May 25, 2011

    Delores M. Gerber, 87, of Decatur, died on Monday, May 23, 2011, at Adams Memorial Hospital.
    Delores was born on July 15, 1923, in Adams County to Harry and Emily (Bracht) Worden.
    Delores was united in marriage to Robert M. Moser of Bluffton in the fall of 1941. On December 13, 1944, Second Lieutenant Moser was killed during an aircraft training mission in southeastern Missouri.
    On August 23, 1947, she married Richard C. Gerber Sr. He preceded her in death on June 16, 2010.

Bellmont ‘7’ takes serious aim at state track berths

May 25, 2011

    It gets tougher, right now.
    Bellmont has seven girls slated for action in the Northrop Girls Track Sectional tonight and, though Bellmont has one runner seeking a second straight state berth, and some talented freshmen who have some credentials to make it to state, there are no guarantees, just a lot of competition at one of the toughest track regionals in the state.

County avoids storm damage

May 25, 2011

    Adams County escaped damage from thunderstorms and tornadoes on Monday evening, but Van Wert County, just across the border in Ohio, was again hammered by a twister that reportedly left a 3.5-mile-long trail of destruction in the Ohio City area (see below).
    One funnel cloud was reported by a stormspotter near Decatur shortly before 6 p.m., causing the several warning sirens in the city to be switched on, but there was no touchdown here, officials said.

 

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