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Cutting Corners

June 13, 2013

By REBEKAH R. BLOMENBERG
    Summer is usually hot. I say "usually" because Indiana doesn't seem to understand seasons and likes throwing whatever weather it wants at us. But I digress. Summer is usually hot.

Chillin' with Dylan

June 6, 2013

    I don’t want to ruin a great thing by making too many observations and predictions, but it can’t be overstated just how amazing Adams Central’s run has been in the post-season.
    Without going into great detail, I will give a few facts to stew over heading into this weekend.

Chillin' with Dylan

May 31, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    Bellmont and Adams Central are once again extending their school year in the spring time thanks to some talented individuals.
    Trying to figure out which even to attend myself is one of my favorite problems to have as a sports editor.
The Squaws are onto something as they head into the weekend’s festivities with high hopes of making noise at the state level. Hankenson is seeded number one in the high jump and could (should) be a state champion in that event.

Chillin' with Dylan

May 25, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    Without any games going Friday night I decided to bring out a rare Friday column.
    That’s the good news (or bad depending on who’s reading this).

Alone With J

May 9, 2013

By J SWYGART
    Much-needed reforms to Indiana’s criminal code were among the slew of bills approved during this year’s session of the state General Assembly, but in the long view the tinkering finally approved by lawmakers fell well short of meaningful and cost-effective legislation and could even prove to have a detrimental effect on local and state coffers — and the lives of many Hoosiers.

From Left Field

May 9, 2013

By BOB SHRALUKA
    One of the great purchases in the history of Adams County occurred when the county bought the former Decatur High School. At a low price of around $1 million, the county got what has now taken the place of the courthouse as the hub of county government activities ... plus a number of agencies which serve people.
    Now if county officials could just figure out what to do about a new home for superior court. But that's a story for another day.

From Left Field

May 9, 2013

Digital Views

May 9, 2013

By MARK TURNER
    With so many movies being released these days it's hard to decide what movie to rent or watch. If you have a particular favorite genre you usually lean that direction. If you hear from a friend you might use that to decide. Most of us rarely step out of our comfort zone, though.
    Make a decision to do that tonight and rent SILVER LINING PLAYBOOK.

Cutting Corners

May 9, 2013

By REBEKAH R. BLOMENBERG
    Let's be honest. Who's not sick of paying too much for clothes they don't really like or don't really look or feel good wearing. But what can you do? It's not like you can make your own custom clothing to look and fit how you want it to....
    Oh, wait. Yes, you can.

Chillin' with Dylan

May 2, 2013

By DYLAN MALONE
    During the People, Places, and Profiles editions of the newspaper a few months back, I wrote an article about the ACAC and NHC. The idea of the piece was to highlight the flaws of the conferences purely based on the size changes of certain schools within the last decade and even longer.
    I’m sure when the conferences were formed the teams were a lot closer in talent level, enrollment, and balance. That’s simply not the case anymore.

    Tonight the Adams Central Jets host Eastside at the Landing Strip in Monroe. The...
    The annual Kekionga Greenway Gallop 5k commenced once again on Sunday with...
    The Bellmont Squaws won the cross country invitational they hosted Wednesday...

 

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