November 7th, 2014
Pearl A. Lybarger, 100, Geneva, died Friday, Nov 7, 2014. Arrangements are pending at Downing & Glancy Funeral Home in Geneva.
Catherine R. Warren-Crowl, 90, Fort Wayne, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. She was born in Monroeville Nov. 3, 1924, to the late Don and Ethel Sheets.
She was a member of Waynedale United Methodist Church and retired in 1986 from Fort Wayne National Bank as the Waynedale branch manager after several years of service.
Monroe residents could see a rise in water and sewage costs in the near future.
During Thursday night’s meeting of the Monroe Town Council, Council President Al Lehman announced he plans to bring to next month’s meeting a proposal that would raise utility rates on both water and sewage.
According to Lehman, operating costs for the water department have gone up $1,500 a month since the last time the rates were raised in January of 2012.
At North Adams, we are making a dedicated effort to communicate more effectively with our parents and our community.
I have a weekly radio show on WZBD Fridays at 2:15 p.m. I periodically write articles like this one for the newspaper. We post many things on our school website. Parents may access student progress via Powerschool. School messenger is used to send updates to phone numbers and email addresses. We have joined the world of Facebook and Twitter.
City of Decatur employees Derrick Cannon (foreground) and Mike Fawcett were manning the leaf vacuum earlier this week on a pleasant fall day Wednesday. It’s probably a good thing, too, as rain fell throughout most of the day on Thursday.
Carter Thomas, Dominick Litchfield, and Isaac Ruble all won championships for the third straight year at the 2014 Bellmont Youth Wrestling Tournament held Thursday at Bellmont Middle School.
Those three, students at St. Joseph School, represented the winning Parochial Schools team, which compiled 124 points to win the team portion of the tourney. Northwest was second and Bellmont third.
All three school corporations in Adams County were rated “A” districts by the Indiana State Board of Education when this year’s “A-F” grades were released Wednesday. The board approved the grades for nearly 2,100 schools and 300 school corporations following a three-week delay so legislative staff could verify some data.
Decatur City Council on Tuesday night approved an outlay of a little more than $15,000 for an environmental study at the site of the former city street department garage, located behind the current police station on 3rd Street.
The street department moved from the area several years ago to the former Baker & Schultz property on Patterson Street, taking its fuel tanks along. Eventually, the entire building in which the former street department was located was demolished.
In celebration of All Saints Day on Nov. 1, these St. Joseph School fourth-graders dressed as their patron saints. The students research the lives of their patron saint, made posters (now on display at school) and dressed up. They attended Mass at the coliseum in Fort Wayne with other diocesan schools in the Fort Wayne area and also attend mass at St. Mary’s in costume and share information about their saint. Pictured above are Ashten Miller, Addie Kintz and Astrid Barrientos.
Sharon Lampy, 68, Berne, died Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, at Adams Memorial Hospital.
Among survivors are her daughter, Lannette (Rob) Love of Berne; sons, Lyle Lampy of Ohio, Lonnie Lampy of Rockford, Ohio, and Leroy Lampy of Ohio; and nine grandchildren.
There will be no visitation or funeral service.
Arrangements are being handled by Downing & Glancy Funeral Home in Geneva.