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April 1st, 2011

Local trails enthusiast attends statewide gathering

April 1, 2011

    Doug Milligan of Geneva, a founding member of South Adams Trails Inc., recently attended a large gathering of people from various trail groups around Indiana.
    The event, called a Bike and Pedestrian Trail Network Summit, was held at Carmel and drew some 65 people, Milligan said. Each of the representatives of local groups was allowed to describe the trail in his or her area.

March 31st

Aloysius "Al" Brite

March 31, 2011

    Aloysius "Al" Brite, 78, of Indianapolis, went to be with his Heavenly Father on Sunday, March 20, 2011.
    He was born on June 30, 1932, in Decatur, Indiana, the son of Julius and Gertrude (Geels) Brite.

Dennis R. Wilkinson

March 31, 2011

    Dennis R Wilkinson, 70, of Decatur, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, March 29, 2011, at Adams Memorial Hospital.
    Dennis was born on December 17, 1940, in Allen County.
    He married Joyce Tricker on November 26, 1966.
    He was a member of St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Decatur and retired from International Harvester in August, 1988, with 30 years of service.
    He served in the U.S. Army Reserves.

Squaws’ one-two punch kayoes Knights 77-45

March 31, 2011

    The Holly Hankenson era is on.
    The Bellmont freshman standout easily won both hurdle events, added the long jump and she anchored the winning 1600 relay team to lead Carl Risch's Squaws to a 77-45 win over Bishop Luers Wednesday in the 2011 season track opener at the BHS oval. In the boys meet, Luers  scored a 76-48 victory.

Realignment shakes up sectionals

March 31, 2011

    Bellmont will go south and will be in the same sectional with Yorktown, while South Adams will be shoved in with nine-time state champion Sheridan as a result of the latest IHSAA two-year realignment plan announced Wednesday afternoon.
    New tourney plans were issued for football, as well as the grouping of baseball, basketball, softball and volleyball, and a new two-class soccer tourney was unveiled.

United Way finds way to meeting its goal

March 31, 2011

The 2010-11 goal of the United Way of Adams County (UWAC) will be met soon.
    That good news was imparted to approximately 40 people at a UWAC celebration event held Wednesday at the South Adams Senior Center in Berne by Ron Storey, president of the United Way board of directors.
    Storey, who once headed the United Way in Burlington, Iowa, said any United Way drive cannot succeed "without the many volunteers who get out and do solicitation and, most of all, the people who are so giving to the United Way."

Adams County 15th healthiest in state

March 31, 2011

    Adams is the 15th healthiest county in Indiana, according to a report compiled by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The report, released Wednesday by the Indiana State Department of Health, used a series of statistics as well as individual responses to a series of survey questions to determine the health ranking of all 92 Indiana counties.

March 30th

Chevy to sponsor DBA leagues this year

March 30, 2011

    The Chevy Youth Baseball program has included the Decatur Baseball Association this year.
    Chevy and through Courtesy Motors of Decatur is sponsoring the Decatur Baseball leagues this year, providing equipment bags and containers, T-shirts, and bat racks for the dugouts.

People must be registered for NA vote

March 30, 2011

    To vote in the upcoming North Adams Schools referendum, a person must be registered to vote, Adams County Clerk Gayla Reinhart said Tuesday.
    Midnight next Monday is the deadline to register. For information, call the county clerk's office.
    There has been some speculation that anyone residing with the North Adams district is eligible. To cast a vote, however, a person must live within the district and be a registered voter.

New insurance plan for county employees OKed

March 30, 2011

    Adams County Auditor Bill Borne informed the county commissioners at their meeting on Monday that a new COBRA insurance plan for county employees has been approved.
    So, too, has a retirement plan that, according to the Benicomp firm in Fort Wayne, would be utilized from age 62 for early retirement to age 65 [or when a person qualifies for Social Security and Medicare] or the COBRA coverage.

 

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