May 12th, 2015
Even before the confirmation Monday afternoon of the presence of the avian virus in Whitley County, Adams County officials were taking precautions against the spread of the disease that can be disastrous to the poultry industry. See today's print or online editions to learn about the concerns in Adams County.
Residents at Woodcrest retirment community in Decatur took part in a balloon launch Monday afternoon in observance of National Nursing Home Week.
Brian Hakes capped his junior season at Indiana Tech University with a berth on the all-conference first team.......................
The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WARNING for northwest Adams County until 1:45 p.m. today. This means a possible tornado has been spotted in the area and those living in the northwestern part of Adams County should seek shelter in a basement or interior room away from windows immediately.
A tornado watch has been issued for the rest of Adams County until 8 p.m. this evening.
CINCINNATI, OH— The Bellmont Braves earned a split over the weekend besting Ohio's Fairborn by an 11-4 tally but falling to Moeller by a 10-0 rout setting their baseball record to 14-2 for the season.
Listed as the #10 team in the nation on MaxPreps.com, Archbishop Moeller has 10 division one scholarship seniors on their squad, including pitcher Grant Macciocchi who threw against the Braves and is headed for a full-ride to Missouri next season............................................
ROANOKE (AP) — U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman entered Indiana’s U.S. Senate race on Saturday, telling supporters he wants to replace retiring Republican Sen. Dan Coats because the nation needs more conservative leaders to boost economic growth, rein in spending and face national security threats.
St. Joseph Catholic Schools daycare provider Jennifer Pettibone was out and about Thursday morning with a group of wee ones enjoying the warm weather. Seated in front, from left, are Cole Heckman and Bella Hirschy. In second row are Emma Homan and Olivia Schaadt. In third row are Graden Garwood and Korbin Logan.
A press release from Jodi Mawhorr of the Adams County Relay for Life asks area businesses to participate in the organization’s “Paint the Town Purple” campaign during the month of June.
See today's print or online editions to see how you can be a part of the annual event to fight cancer.
Paul Zurcher, a well-known and widely-respected Monroe businessman and philanthropist, died Thursday at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. He was 90.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Zwick and Jahn Funeral Home.
A story about Zurcher and his impact on the community will be available in tomorrow's print and online editions.