The Daily Press Decatur Daily Democrat | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-05-21T11:15:18-04:00 of the day: David Letterman says goodbye to the "Late Show"2015-05-21T11:15:18-04:002015-05-21T11:15:18-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat<script type="text/javascript"async src="" id="_nw2e-js"></script>Decatur, INNo author availableVideo of the day: David Letterman says goodbye to the "Late Show"Decatur Daily Thursday2015-05-21T09:25:40-04:002015-05-21T09:25:40-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat Can you identify the child in this photo or where this was taken? If you or someone you know would like to claim this photo come to the Decatur Daily Democrat office at 141 S. 2nd St. in Decatur.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableThrowback ThursdayDecatur Daily of the guard2015-05-21T09:24:39-04:002015-05-21T09:24:39-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     Veteran Bellmont wrestling coach Brent Faurote has decided to call it a career. See today's print or online editions for a look back at Faurote's long and successful career.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableChanging of the guardDecatur Daily Day services announced2015-05-21T09:23:33-04:002015-05-21T09:23:33-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     Memorial Day services in Decatur will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, with military honors at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, followed by a similar ceremony at Decatur Ceremony. At 10 a.m.  a brief service to honor fallen U.S. Navy officers will be held on the Wendell Macklin Bridge. A celebration at the Peace Monument on the courthouse square will conclude the festivities.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableMemorial Day services announcedDecatur Daily future of Five Points2015-05-20T09:28:45-04:002015-05-20T09:28:45-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     A decision won't be made any time soon on the future of the Five Points intersection in Decatur. Decatur officials said a determination of what will be done to enhance the intersection is "far down the road."</p>Decatur, INNo author availableThe future of Five PointsDecatur Daily visits Woodcrest2015-05-20T09:27:19-04:002015-05-20T09:27:19-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     Woodcrest resident Herman “Red” Lyons, pictured with Southeast Elementary School first grader Zayne Roop, played horseshoes during a recent visit by Linda Wellman's SE class to the Decatur retirement community.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableSoutheast visits WoodcrestDecatur Daily Two Tuesday's photo of the day2015-05-19T12:52:26-04:002015-05-19T12:52:26-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     The ladies at the DDD topped off the day recently by modeling a few hats to be featured in the 2015 Hats Off to Sculptures event as part of this year's Decatur Sculpture Tour. Hats are being sold at several locations in Decatur for varying prices. Seated, from left are Sheri Huffman and Nicole Perry. Standing are Pam Mohr and Jennifer Reinhart.<br />  </p>Decatur, INNo author availableTake Two Tuesday's photo of the dayDecatur Daily gives up highway job2015-05-19T09:20:36-04:002015-05-19T09:20:36-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     Tim Barkey, who has been wearing two hats as Adams County engineer and superintendent of the county highway department, on Monday resigned his highway job.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableBarkey gives up highway jobDecatur Daily 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     A few evening raindrops were enough to produce a rainbow Monday in Decatur. The scene above is looking south toward Lake Shore Addition on the city’s east side.<br /> <br />  </p>Decatur, INJ SWYGARTReflectionsDecatur Daily bids opened today2015-05-19T09:17:12-04:002015-05-19T09:17:12-04:00Copyright 2010 Decatur Daily Democrat     The Adams County commissioners will open bids for construction of a new county jail later this afternoon. See tomorrow's Daily Democrat to see if those bids come in below the engineering estimate for the project.</p>Decatur, INNo author availableJail bids opened todayDecatur Daily