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May 23rd, 2011

Weather slows hospital projects

May 23, 2011

By JOE SPAULDING
    Wet weather in the area has not affected only sporting events.
    Adams Health Network (AHN)  Executive Director Marvin L. Baird reported to AHN trustees at their meeting this week that construction work at two of the organization's work sites have crawled to a snail's pace due to wet grounds.

AC's New Tech gets high praise

May 23, 2011

BY ERIC MANN
    "I get tingles."
    Those three words were used by a veteran Adams Central teacher, Harry Anderson, to express how happy he feels about using the New Tech (NT) style of team instruction.
    At the May meeting of the AC school board, a lengthy presentation about the first year of NT at AC was made by four teachers, five students, and high school Principal Sean McConnell.

May 20th

‘Blessed’ Tonner wins pair; sets Jets’ record in discus

May 20, 2011

    FORT WAYNE — It was a big day for Ben Snider. It was a huge day for Troy Tonner.
    The Adams Central juniors turned in some of the best performances of their lives as Tonner won both the shot and discus, setting the AC record in the latter, and Snider celebrated his first year in organized track with a third-place shot put finish and a ticket to regional.
    "I'm blessed," stated a euphoric Tonner after a brief celebration with his friend and teammate Snider.

Jets, Squaws advance to finals

May 20, 2011

    OSSIAN—Bellmont posted its second straight 5-0 win in as many nights and Adams Central avenged one of its four season losses Thursday night to assure an all-Adams County final in the IHSAA tennis sectional being held at Norwell High School.
    Or as Bellmont tennis coach coach Tom Smith succinctly noted "we know AC and they know us. It should be a good match."
    Bellmont pounded out its win with solid singles play while doubles combination continued to show improvement.

Firefighters are honored for a life-saving rescue

May 20, 2011

    Rescuers and the rescued do not often meet a second time, but they did on Thursday evening at an awards dinner hosted by the Decatur Fire Department that drew more than 120 people, including state officials from Indiana and Ohio.
    The major honors of the night were medals of valor, and a standing ovation, for veteran firefighters Jeff Sheets and Tim Ulman for their lifesaving actions last March 2 two miles inside Ohio when they rescued an elderly woman whose car was in deep and frigid floodwater.

City pay hikes pondered

May 20, 2011

    The City of Decatur hasn't provided salary increases for its employees last year and this year, but Mayor John Schultz is strongly in favor of doing so this year.
    The last pay hikes, three percent across the board, were granted for 2009.
    At this week's city council meeting, Clerk-Treasurer Phyllis Whitright presented some figures she has compiled.

Norman V. Miller

May 20, 2011

    Norman Van "Norm" Miller, 72, of Convoy, Ohio, went to be with the Lord on May 18, 2011. He died at Select Specialty Hospital in Fort Wayne.
    Norm was born on March 25, 1939, in Van Wert County, Ohio. He was the son of Van and Pearl (Fisk) Miller and stepmother Helen F. Miller.
    On October 31, 1964, he married Arlene Arens.
    Norm was a member of St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Decatur.

Richard A. Roudebush

May 20, 2011

    Richard A. “Dick” Roudebush, 65, of Decatur, formerly of Fort Pierce, Florida, died unexpectedly in Adams Memorial Hospital's emergency room on Wednesday, May 18, 2011.
    He was born on February 8, 1946, in Decatur to the late James H. Roudebush and Audrey A. (Velez) Lee.

Ted Swoveland

May 20, 2011

    Ted Swoveland, 75, of Berne, died Thursday in Chalet Village Nursing Home.
    Funeral arrangements are pending at Yager-Kirchhofer Funeral Home, Berne.

May 19th

BHS may re-interview football coach prospects

May 19, 2011

    With the announcement that Nate Andrews has decided not to come to Bellmont to coach the football Braves, Bellmont Principal Scott Croner will be reviewing his list of applicants and may re-interview some of the prospects, he told the Daily Democrat Wednesday afternoon.
     “We’ll begin the process of calling back and do interviews, and try to find the right fit for Bellmont,” stated Croner, who was extremely disappointed that Andrews did not accept the offer, though he understood the reasons.

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