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MONDAY OCTOBER 28, 2013

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Dollar store plans revealed 9,100-sq.ft. store proposed By Sue Carpenter scarpenter@kpcmedia.com GARRETT — The Garrett Plan Commission Tuesday moved forward on development plans for a proposed Dollar General Store on Garrett’s south side. Andrew Rossell, P.E. of Seven Generations Architecture & Engineering of Benton Harbor, Mich. presented information for a

proposed 9,100-square-foot retail store to be constructed on 2.16 acres on ground in the 1300 block of South Randolph St., just north of its current rented location in Garrett Plaza. Rossell said the project will include a typical sideways prototype, split-face block front with steel parapet and steel sides and rear, 30 parking spaces, drive

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aisles and heavy duty pavement for semi-truck access. Plans have been submitted to the Indiana Department of Transportation for access from Randolph Street, which is S.R. 327, to extend the exit for a right turn lane, Rossell said. The project will use city water, sewer and electricity. City planner Milton Otero presented recommendations from the DeKalb County Drainage Board for the development that borders a wetland area, stipulating

as much water from the site be directed to a detention pond, and that the discharge from the pond be limited to the two-year pre-developed run off of the entire site directed to the pond. The drainage board also recommended the common council give written approval they are ready to accept the water through the city’s park and wetland area, and that the city understands this could cause additional problems in an area already prone to flooding. Rossell said plans call for

GARRETT — The GarrettKeyser-Butler school board will meet in regular session Monday at 6 p.m. in high school room 120. Agenda items include recommendations to approve: • 2014 school budget; • Superintendent employment contract; • Anti-Bully Policy #3067, first reading; • Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act resolution; • Dennis Stockdale, Tonya Weaver, Matt Smith, Lucas Fielden and Kristi Surfus to attend the AASA National Conference on Education located in Nashville, Tenn. from Feb. 13-15, 2014; • Martin Riley Architects-Engineers proposal for roof consulting services for the J.E Ober and old section of the high school; • 2013-2014 Title I & 2013-2014 NESP grant awards; • FFA National Convention field trip in Louisville, Ky. from Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 2013; and • A proposal offering criminal justice course at Garrett High School.

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ABOVE — Sixteen dogs competed in Saturday’s Small Dog Dash as part of Garrett Public Library’s annual Fall Fest in Feick Park. From left are fourthplace winner Nina, a Shih Tzu owned by Paul and Lisa Walb; third place finisher Chloe, a mixed-breed rescue dog with owner Mary Schendel; runner-up Lilly, a Schnoodle owned by Barb and Dave Thiel; and winner Lucy, a Yorkie owned by Eric and Kristina Hathaway.

City lists Halloween hours GARRETT — Trick-or-treat in Garrett will be Thursday, Oct. 31 in downtown from 4-5 p.m. and citywide from 5-7 p.m.

AT LEFT —Lillian Hennessy, 5, and Zoa Fitzcharles, 7, decorate cookies at a booth sponsored by Alliance Industries during Saturday’s Fall Fest at Feick Park.

GMS poinsettia sales end Wednesday

Garden club seeks fresh pine branches GARRETT — The Garrett Garden Club members will be decorating for winter early in November and will be in need of fresh pine branches. Anyone planning to cut down or trim a pine tree or evergreen shrub in late October is asked to contact The Flower Pot at 357-0052 to arrange for pick up.

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GARRETT —Garrett Middle School is holding its annual poinsettia fundraiser through Wednesday, Oct. 30. Each poinsettia arrives in a six-inch pot measuring about 15 inches tall by 15 inches across. Plants are wrapped in a decorative pot cover. Standard color poinsettias in red, white, pink or marble cost $11 each. Painted colors including Skydive Blue, Purple Star, Fuchsia Fascination and Chameleon Blue cost $12 apiece. Plants will arrive the week of Dec. 2. Middle school students will be taking orders this week. Orders can also be placed by contacting Mary Schendel at the school office, 357-5745.

soil to be raised six feet at the back of the building. A detention pond about 3-foot deep is in the development plan. City Attorney Dan Brinkerhoff asked if any estimate could be made on the amount of water that could be released on the back side of the project. DeKalb County Surveyor Mike Kline said that was a “good question.” He noted the drainage could not be directed into the city

AUBURN — WorkOne Northeast career centers in Fort Wayne, Auburn and Marion will offer a free series of workshops in early November that will assist people in their job searches. The workshops include: • “I’ve Got Skills/Resume Development” from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 12:30-3:30 p.m. Nov. 4 at the Auburn WorkOne center, 936 W. 15th St. • “Resume Development” from 1-3 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Fort Wayne WorkOne center, 201 E. Rudisill Blvd, Suite 102. • “Interviewing” from 10-11 a.m. and “Secrets of Job Applications” from 12:30-2 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Marion WorkOne center, 850 N. Miller Ave. “Creating an effective resume or performing well during job interviews can make a big difference in someone’s chances of landing employment, especially in our increasingly competitive job market,” said Rick Farrant, spokesman for the Northeast Indiana Regional Workforce WorkOne, Page 5

Holiday bazaar to benefit St. Martin’s Healthcare WATERLOO — A Holiday Extravaganza to benefit St. Martin’s Healthcare is planned for Sunday from 1-4:30 p.m. at the Classic City Center (CCC) across C.R. 427 from DeKalb High School. The bazaar-type atmosphere will include many vendors from home-based businesses for one-stop holiday shopping, including Lia Sophia, Heart Inspired Knit & Crocheted items, Bill’s Best Appetizer Jams, Tastefully Simple,

Grace Adele Purses, Scentsy, Avon, Heavenly Creations, 31 Gifts, Creations by Barbara, Super Duper Sales, Mary Kay, It Works, Creative Comedy and Doterrra Essential Oils. Additional vendors will be Pampered Chef, Perfectly Posh, Pink Zebra, Oragami Owl, Perfect Vision Design, Pop Cotton Gourmet Popcorn, Gold Canyon Candles & Crafts, Dress Up Adventures, Think Big, TouchStone

Crystal, Tupperware, Self-Image, Party Light, Simply Fun Toys & Games, Paparazzi Jewelry & Accessories, Stampin’ Up, Dutch Heritage Catering, Makin’ Ya Smile Resin Jewelry, Rainbow Art Cards & Gifts, Heavenly Gems by Catherine, and other specialty products. A luncheon with pies from Dutch Heritage Baking will also be served by the volunteers at St. Martin’s Healthcare.

St. Martin’s Healthcare opened in 2005 to serve the uninsured in DeKalb County. During 2012, the clinic documented more than 7,200 visits for health care, dental and prescription help. In March of 2013, the clinic suffered a fire that displaced services to DeKalb Health in Auburn. St. Martin’s is in the process of moving back to its Garrett site at 1359 South Randolph St. and will reopen Nov. 4 with regular clinic hours.

Groundbreaking set for Draft Animal Museum AUBURN — The DeKalb County Horsemen’s Association will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Sunday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m. for a Draft Animal Museum at its farm at 5873 C.R. 427 south of Auburn The event is open to the public and will feature horsedrawn wagon rides on the farm, antique equipment displays and information about the new facility being built at the site. The DeKalb County Horsemen’s Association consists of a group of individuals who believe in the past, present and future purpose of draft animals. For more than 74 years, the association has worked to educate the general public about the usefulness of draft animals in society. The association’s work has been accomplished through public service educational programs, demonstrations, draft animal shows, funeral service assistance, 4-H club involvement and horsedrawn services for both public and private

events covering all 12 months of the calendar year. The activities are conducted by volunteer association members in and around northeast Indiana. Donations received from both public and private groups in support of the association’s goals, membership dues, and donations for services performed by volunteer members make up the funding source of the association’s activities. The association provides both monetary and services support to other not-for-profit organizations in northeast Indiana. In 2010, the association began a fundraising campaign with a goal of purchasing land and erecting a home base in the form of a Draft Animal Museum. The association said the museum will reach out to the general public and advance its mission, building an educated understanding of the true value of the draft animal in the past and in today’s fast-paced society.

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George Kukenberg holds the reins of a mule while Stu Harshman, not shown, provides a narrative during a program by the DeKalb Horsemen’s Association Saturday at Feick Park in Garrett.


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LOCAL NEWS Legion costume ball Friday GARRETT— B&B Sound will provide entertainment from 8-11 p.m. Friday at the Garrett American Legion, 515 W. Fifth Ave. Activities include a Halloween costume ball with prizes for the best costumes. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, go to garrettamericanlegion.com.

Lions, Psi Otes hosting BBQ GARRETT — Garrett Lions Club and Psi Iota Xi Sorority will host their annual chicken barbecue Thursday, Nov. 7, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Drive-through pick up for meals will be on East Houston Street at Eastside Park. The 1/2 chicken adult meal includes baked potato, applesauce and dessert for $8. The 1/4 chicken children’s meal includes the same side dishes for $6. See any Lions Club member for tickets, or phone 357-0444.

Veterans Day Parade is Nov. 9 GARRETT — The DeKalb County Veteran’s Day Parade is planned in Garrett on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 1 p.m. The parade will begin at the Garrett American Legion Post 178, 515 W. Fifth Ave. and end at the Veterans of Foreign Wars at 118 N. Cowen St. Line up will be at noon at the Legion. The parade will travel east on Fifth Ave., then north on Cowen St. to the VFW Post where auxiliary members will host a luncheon.

Karaoke at Eagles Friday GARRETT — R & V Sound Karaoke will be at the Garrett Eagles Friday from 8-11 p.m. The event is open to the public. The Eagles home is at 220 S. Randolph St.

Legion Auxiliary hosting bazaar GARRETT — The Garrett American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a bazaar Saturday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the post, 515 W.Fifth Ave. Profits from the event go to the Children and Youth and Veterans funds. For vendor information, contact Rosey Newman at 260-226-0290 or rosey. newman@frontier.com, or Barbara Parker at 260-4904374.

Trunk or Treat event Oct. 31 GARRETT — The Garrett Crossing of the Nazarene will hold a Trunk or Treat event on Oct. 31 from 5-7 p.m. at the church, 105. W. 6th Ave. The event is a safe trick or treat party for kids.

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DeKalb animals find loving homes By Octavia Lehman olehman@kpcmedia.com AUBURN — Some pets lived in a car, were malnourished or neglected. That was their life in DeKalb County. The DeKalb Humane Society highlighted those stories at its annual fundraiser, The Red Carpet Event, at the National Military History Center Thursday night. Guests supported the shelter by bidding to purchase a new well for $6,000 and bidding in live and silent auctions. The DeKalb Humane Society started in 1975, and 80 percent of its annual budget is provided by donors. Organizers for the Red Carpet Event sold a record 140 tickets. While guests enjoyed a catered meal, the animals who found loving homes walked the red carpet with their new owners. One animal, Wicket, a donkey, was taken from his DeKalb County home in 2011 after a neglect case. Matthew and Mary Worman of Albion adopted him nearly one year ago from Shadaroba Horse Rescue in Churubusco. “When we saw Wicket, he stood there and put his head on our daughter’s

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Matthew Worman waits outside the National Military History Center with Wicket, a donkey he and his wife, Mary, own. Wicket’s story was one of eight featured in the Red Carpet Event, the fall fundraiser for the DeKalb Humane Society. chest,” Mary Worman said. She knew then that they wanted to adopt him. “He is very gentle,” Mary Worman said. With the Wormans, Wicket found a new job as a therapy donkey. The couple visit nursing homes in Kendallville and Albion with the Noble County Saddle Club and thought

Sunday chili cook-off to benefit cancer patient GARRETT — A chili cook-off benefit for Zach Joseph is planned Sunday, Nov. 3 from 2-5 p.m. at the Garrett American Legion Post 178, at 515 W. Fifth Ave., Garrett. All proceeds will go to the Zach Joseph family to help cover medical expenses in his fight against cancer. The cook-off is open to all ages and skill levels. Entry fee is $10. First-, second- and third-place prizes and a Peoples Choice award will be presented. Pre-registration is preferred

but not required. All-you-can-eat chili is $5 per person. Other activities include a whole hog raffle at $5 per ticket, bake sale and craft sale, children’s games and hay rides. B & B Sound will provide music for the event. Call MaryAnn Johnson at 260-750-6456 or email zachchili@gmail.com or visit Prayers for Zach on Facebook. Zach and his family plan to attend the event. Stop by and show your support.

Methodist church hosting boutique, luncheon Nov. 16 GARRETT — Garrett United Methodist Church will hold its annual Holiday Boutique and Luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, located at the corner of Houston and Cowen streets. Fourteen booths of crafts, sewing items including doll clothes, Pamper Chef, Watkins, Fuller, wreaths, Mary Kay, jewelry, hair bows and bands, Scentsy, wood items, and a bake sale will offer a variety of gift

ideas. There will also be face-painting for the kids and any daring adults. A luncheon will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. of cheeseburger or chicken noodle soup, hot chicken or sloppy joe sandwiches, and homemade apple dumplings. Homemade noodles will be offered at the bake sale. An elevator is available or those needing assistance.

Wicket would be a good addition to the group. “People who don’t communicate any more will reach out and smile and laugh,” Mary Worman said. ‘They will touch and love him.” Today, Wicket lives a life of leisure, roaming on 10 acres in Albion with other animals. The Wormans even

POLICE NEWS Area arrests made AUBURN — Local police officers arrested several people since Tuesday, according to DeKalb County Jail records. Patrick Read, 42, of the 200 block of West 11th Street, Auburn, was arrested Tuesday at 4:14 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of check deception, a Class A misdemeanor. Jessica Lewis, 21, of the 300 block of North Union Street, Auburn, was arrested Tuesday at 4:35 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of check deception, a Class A misdemeanor. Kyle Doub, 22, of the 200 block of Elm Street, Butler, was arrested Wednesday at 1:34 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department for an alleged probation violation. Jean Dunakin, 40, of the 100 block of Oak Street, Butler, also was arrested Wednesday at 1:34 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department for an alleged probation violation. Jean Dunakin, 40, of the 100 block of Oak Street, Butler, was arrested Wednesday at 1:34 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department for an alleged probation violation. Randy Lash, 56, of

GHS CLASS OF 1962 NEWS FORT WAYNE — The GHS Class Alumni of 1962 met Oct. 23 at Sweet Violets Tea & Antiques in downtown Fort Wayne. Those attending were Nadene Cutler Cook, Mary Smith Overmeyer, Marilyn Payton Helmick, Bethel

Patrick Buckles, Linda Davis Miller, Marilyn Reed McNall, Beverly Thomson Blust, Sheri Miller Rollins and guest, Amy Baker. The next meeting will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the Peking Buffet in Auburn.

the 1000 block of Donald Street, Auburn, was arrested Wednesday at 8:24 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of battery against a law enforcement officer, a Class A misdemeanor. Deven M. Haney, 18, of the 400 block of South Phillip Street, Auburn, was arrested Thursday at 4:26 pm. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant charging him with burglar, a Class C felony, and theft, a Class D felony. Melody Sheets, 30, of the 500 block of 502 East Depot Street, Fremont, was arrested Thursday at 5:10 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department for alleged failure to appear in court. Brandon Tritch, 21, of the 700 block of Griswold Court, Auburn, was arrested Thursday at 7:10 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a warrant from Allen County for an unspecified charge. Brittney Cason, 27, of the 1200 block of Rohm Drive, Auburn, was arrested Thursday at 7:40 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a warrant charging her with forgery, a Class C felony. Travis M. Gower, 27, of the 3600 block of C.R. 59,

Butler, was arrested Friday at 3:10 a.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on a charge of driving while suspended with a prior conviction, a Class A misdemeanor. Ralph Hamilton, 39, of Fremont, was arrested Friday at 2:50 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant charging him with auto theft, a Class D felony. Christine M. Kessler, 25, of the 2000 block of Pleasant Street, Waterloo, was arrested Friday at 3:39 p.m. by the Garrett Police Department on a warrant charging her with burglary, Class C felony, and theft, a Class D felony. Dana C. Likens, 25, of the 700 block of Ernest Street, Auburn, was arrested Friday at at 3:12 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of battery resulting in bodily injury to a pregnant woman, a Class C felony, and domestic battery, a Class A misdemeanor. Elbert H. Evans, 70, of the 300 block of Meadowmere Drive, Butler, was arrested Saturday at 12:55 a.m. by the Butler Police Department on a charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, a Class A misdemeanor.

COURT NEWS Judge sentences three for offenses AUBURN — DeKalb Senior Judge Dane Tubergen sentenced three people for criminal offenses during hearings

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purchased an old van and renovated the back with enough space for Wicket. “He’s the world’s fastest donkey,” Matthew Worman said. “He rides in the back of van, doing about 70 mph.” Another animal found a loving home because of a school assignment. Addison Cox, 9, of

Auburn wrote a persuasive paper to her mother, Jodi, about why she needed a dog — specifically a golden retriever. Jodi took her daughter to the shelter in March and they found Lucky, a rescued golden retriever with a broken leg. Lucky was brought to the shelter after he was found on the side of the road in the middle of winter. He had a broken leg and severe lacerations. He stayed in the office with the shelter manager, Anna Feller, because he was too big for the shelter’s kennels, Cox said. “He’s jumpy,” Jodi Cox said. “If he doesn’t know you, he will bark.” The shelter recently replaced its roof with money raised by donors, Feller said. A new play area also has been added. “Dogs are supervised in the play area,” Feller said. “We can do meet-andgreets.” The shelter has four full-time employees and five part-time employees. Each week, Feller estimates nearly 5-10 people volunteer at the shelter. “Weekends are busier, because people have more time,” Feller said.

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Thursday in DeKalb Superior Court I. • Dawn Bradley of the 300 block of South Franklin Street, Garrett, was sentenced to 1 1/2 years of incarceration, all suspended except 90 days, for possession of methamphetamine, a Class D felony. The sentence may be served on the DeKalb County Community Corrections program if she qualifies. She received 15 months of probation and must pay court costs. • Christian Garcia of

the 400 block of South Shoup Street, Angola, was sentenced to 274 days in jail for theft, a Class D felony. He received credit for time already served in jail while his case was pending. He was fined $3,000, which will be suspended if he pays a $1,326 extradition fee within one year. • Crystal A. Sale of the 1200 block of Rohm Drive, Auburn, was fined $32 and must pay court costs for conversion, a Class A misdemeanor.

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Kloey Elaine Clifford was born Sept. 14 to Jake and Mallory Clifford of Garrett. She weighed six pounds and 14 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. Kloey is joined at home by a sister, Kinsley. GrandparKloey ents are Carla Clifford and the late John Clifford of Columbia City and Tim and JoEllen Knott of Garrett. Great-grandparents are Bill and Arlene Knott of LaOtto and Marilyn Joseph of Auburn.

GARRETT — Mildred Fields, 90, of Garrett died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Miller’s Merry Manor in Garrett. She was born April 30, 1923, in Morgan County, Ky., to Thomas and Bertha (Ferguson) Stamper. She worked for 36 years at Electric Motors and Specialties in Garrett before retiring in 1988. She attended the Garrett United Methodist church until her health wouldn’t allow it. She married Alfred Fields on Sept. 8, 1938, in Minefee County, Ky., and he died Nov. 30, 1999. Surviving are four daughters and sons-in-law, Betty and Dee Rose of Wawaka, Louise and Roger Barth of Kimmel, Verneda and Bob Molargik of Auburn and Lillian and Larry Kinsey of Garrett; 11 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren; and one brother and seven sisters, all of Kentucky, Harvey Stamper, Corine Manning, Christine Simson, Golden Simson, Wilma Back, Bernice Botts, Fern Sally and Debbie Spencer. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one sister and three brothers. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, 1860 Center St., Auburn. Burial will be in Christian Union Cemetery, Garrett. Calling is from noon to 2 p.m., two hours prior to the service Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorials are to the Gideon Society. To send condolences visit fellerandclark.com.

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KENDALLVILLE — Betty E. LaRue Kistler, 93, of Kendallville died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, in Lutheran Life Villages, Kendallville. Arrangements are pending at Young Family Funeral Home, Kendallville Chapel, 222 S. State St., Kendallville.

Mary Schendel and Kristina Hathaway urge their dogs to the finish line during a semifinal race Saturday’s third annual Small Dog Dash at Feick Park. Garrett State Bank sponsored the event.

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Bill and Arlene (Carper) Knott of LaOtto will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a party hosted by their children and grandchildren. They were married Oct. 19, 1963, at the Cedar Creek Church of the Brethren in Garrett. The couple are the owners of Knott Drainage and Excavating. They have three children and their spouses, Timothy and JoEllen Knott of Garrett, Robert and Becky Knott of LaOtto and Heidi and Kevin Crowl of Auburn. They also have seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED October marriage licenses issued AUBURN — The following marriage licenses have been granted in DeKalb County. Isiah Scott Thomas Greenfield, 25, Auburn and Rachael Nicole Anderson, 25, Auburn. Brandon James Brown, 27, Auburn and Melissa Sue Tuttle, 27, Auburn. James Edward Cline II, 26, Auburn and Jessica Rachelle Kirkpatrick, 24, Auburn. Jeffrey Scott Eads, 37, Butler and Kelley Bodiker Henderson, 48, Waterloo. Ned Owen Ternet, 55, Garrett and Susan Renee Glatczak, 57, Farmington, Mo. Kevin Scott Malcolm, 56, Garrett and Tiffany Ellen Deter, 42, Albion. Chad Allen Truelove, 35, Waterloo and Jennifer J. Harger, 38, Ashley. Jerry Allen Culler, 41, St. Joe and Michelle Lea Lucarelli, 42, St. Joe. Gerald Lee Fraley Jr., 46, Waterloo and Lulu Leora Fraley, 43, Waterloo. Steven Allen Gradeless Jr., 39, Garrett and Brandy Lynne Parker, 31, Auburn. Jarrod Alan Aldrich, 29, Corunna and Danielle Kay Hundreds of published and non-published photos available for purchase!

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AUBURN — St. Martin’s Healthcare will be closed the week of Oct. 28 at its temporary location at DeKalb Health in Auburn. The clinic is preparing to reopen Monday, Nov. 4, at 9 a.m. and resume its regular hours at its renovated permanent home at 1359 S. Randolph St., Garrett. The clinic has operated from the Auburn site since a fire on March 29 gutted the Garrett office. A community open house at the free clinic’s renovated office is planned for a later date. REALLY TRULY LOCAL...

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Wayne. Services will be today, GARRETT — Mary Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. at Trinity Molargik, 90, of Garrett died United Methodist Church in Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, Albion. There will be one at Miller’s hour of calling before the Merry Manor funeral at the church. in Garrett. Officiating the funeral Mrs. service will be the Rev. Bret Molargik Frymier and the Rev. Dr. was a Daniel Barker. homemaker. Burial will be in Lake She was View Cemetery in Kendalla member of ville. St. Joseph Mrs. Memorials are to the Catholic Molargik Eric Brandgard Scholarship Church in Fund. Garrett. Hite Funeral Home in She was born Jan. Kendallville is handling 10, 1923, in Terre Haute arrangements. to Antoni and Marie (Washavich) Kuckewich. Tucker France She married Michael Molargik on Aug. 21, 1948, GARRETT — Tucker in Terre Haute and he France, 35, of Garrett died survives in Garrett. Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, at Also surviving are four Parkview Regional Medical sons, Michael E. (Sharon) Center in Fort Wayne. Molargik of Garrett, Services were held Robert (Cindy) Molargik Saturday at Feller and Clark of Corunna, Kenneth Funeral Home, Auburn, (Christine) Molargik of with Dir. Robert Craig Garrett and Thomas (Penny) officiating. Molargik of Garrett; 11 Burial was in Corunna grandchildren; and nine Cemetery, Corunna. great-grandchildren. Memorials are to St She was preceded in Martins Health Clinic. death by her parents; a daughter, Madonna Dean Young Molargik; six brothers, John, KEMPNER, Texas — Mike, Eddie, Bill, Frank and Dean Allen Young, 70, of Nick Kuckewich; and three Kempner died Friday, Oct. sisters, Anne, Sophia and 25, 2013, at his home. Jadwiga Kuckewich. A celebration of life Visitation will be from 2-8 p.m. Monday at Thomas service will be held at a later date. Funeral Home at Garrett. Crawford-Bowers A Mass of Christian Funeral Home in Copperas burial will be at 10 a.m. Cove, Texas, is in charge of Tuesday at St. Joseph arrangements. Catholic Church in Garrett with Father Derrick Sneyd officiating. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery at Garrett. OBITUARY POLICY Memorials are to Masses or St. Joseph Catholic Church in Garrett. The Garrett Clipper You may send a does not charge for death condolence or sign the notices that include notice on-line register book by of calling hours, date and visiting www.thomasfunertime of funeral and burial, alhome.org. and memorial information. An extended obituary, which includes survivors, Eric Brandgard biographical information KENDALLVILLE and a photo, is available for — Eric H. Brandgard, a charge. 64, of Kendallville, died Contact editor Sue Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, Carpenter for more informaat Parkview Regional tion at: Medical Center in Fort scarpenter@kpcmedia.com.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR Monday DeKalb County Commissioners, Commissioners Court, 8:30 a.m. Weigh to Go, First Baptist Church, Garrett, 10 a.m. 357-5309 TRIM (Try Removing Inches Monthly) weigh-in, Alliance Industries, 901 E. Quincy St., Garrett, 5 -6 p.m., meeting follows. Phone 357-3617 for information F.O.E., 7 p.m.

Tuesday Rotary Club, Railroad Inn, 12 noon Overeaters Anonymous, St. Joseph Parish Center, 7 p.m.

Wednesday Widows and Widowers Support Group, St. Joseph Parish Center, 7 p.m.

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Board, Commissioners Court, Courthouse, Auburn, 8:30 a.m. Model Train Club, Heritage Park Museum basement, 7 p.m. AA meeting, St. Joseph basement, 8:30 p.m.

Friday DeKalb Council on Pregnancy, First Church of Christ, noon - 4 p.m. Pythian Sisters, Auburn, 8 p.m.


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Several guests won Longaberger baskets and pottery prizes during the Judy A. Morrill Recreation Center’s annual bingo and raffle fundraiser last week. In front, from left, are Donna Bowers, Janet Corn, Connie Hunnicutt, Virginia Reichard and Barbara Clark. In back are Teresa Hartman, Judy Burrell, Kathy Johnson, Susie Branscum, Taylor Drzewiecki, Jenny Mays, Duann Trevy, Marylou Shawver, Courtney Weicht and Ashley Ort.

Kruse seeks upgrades for IPFW By Dave Kurtz dkurtz@Kpcnews.net INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne deserves a better status and funding level, says state Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn. Kruse chairs a legislative committee studying the state’s regional university campuses. It meets for the final time Wednesday, and Kruse hopes it will endorse changes for IPFW. “IPFW at this time in history is worthy of having a unique designation, whatever the name might be,” Kruse said Monday. One possibility is declaring it a metropolitan campus, he said. A result of a new designation, IPFW might be able to offer doctoral degrees and increase its funding, Kruse said. “IPFW has never had a doctoral program,” Kruse said. As the state’s fifth-largest university campus, “I think it’s worthy,” he added. Kruse listed five possible doctoral programs for IPFW — education, health services

(possibly doctor of nursing), insurance, orthopedics industry and engineering. “If we have a unique status as a campus, maybe the funding formula could be a little bit different to enhance the funding of IPFW,” Kruse added. Kruse “It seems we should have a higher position in the funding status. IPFW’s down at the bottom almost all the time. It seems to me, we shouldn’t be.” Of the state’s 14 university campuses, IPFW traditionally ranks between 12th and 14th in funding, Kruse said. With 13,459 students this fall, IPFW is larger than Indiana State University and the University of Southern Indiana. The only larger sites are the Indiana University and Purdue University main campuses, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and Ball State University.

Kruse suggested the possibility of having Indiana University govern all of the state’s regional campuses, instead of splitting the task with Purdue, which oversees IPFW. The Fort Wayne campus tends to have an equal distribution of IU and Purdue students, he said. “If you started over in Indiana, you probably would have only one regional campus system instead of having two,” Kruse said. He also thinks Indiana University might be a stronger advocate for the Fort Wayne campus. “IPFW has 33 buildings. Purdue University has never requested one of those buildings to be built in Fort Wayne,” Kruse said. All new buildings at IPFW have come at the request of state legislators, he said. “Someday, I think it should become an independent university,” Kruse said about IPFW. “We are not pushing for independence now, but someday that may be a topic to discuss.” Kruse said he understands that many IPFW students

like the idea that their degrees are awarded by Indiana University or Purdue University. Still, he said, “I think there’s a day coming when Fort Wayne deserves its own university.” He points to the model of the University of Southern Indiana, which in 1985 became independent from Indiana State University. Kruse graduated from IPFW in 1970 and was in the second freshman class to enroll at the campus, when it had only one building. Since then, it has grown from approximately 500 students to more than 13,000. “It’s been a great asset for northeast Indiana,” he said about IPFW. Kruse said he is not sure what the rest of the legislators on his committee will decide about proposals to raise the status of IPFW. “When you get the whole group together Wednesday, it will be interesting to see what happens,” he said. “It may or may not pass, but it’s still worthy of discussion.”

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Dollar Store from Page 1 system, and that the nearby Wildeson Drain is in “really bad shape and repair cost is extremely high. “The only thing to do is to advise the city the water problem is in the pond and they are doing the best they can to hold the water,” Kline said. Rossell said they have already submitted a request for a storm water discharge permit. Brinkerhoff also asked if the sides of the building could be split stone to make for a more attractive building. Commission chair Brad Stump also asked if the stone could be extended. Neighbors Ed and Patricia Kennedy asked that a vinyl privacy fence be placed between the properties instead of a proposed

board-on-board fence they view as “trashy. “We are not against them being here,” Patricia Kennedy said. But both she and her husband expressed concern that the store might drop the value of their home next door, that the paved surface would not be smooth and whether or not a trash container would be enclosed. Brinkeroff also asked if an alternative type of fence could be added to make it “more palatable.” Rossell said the builders have already committed to a price and any additional stonework or a vinyl fencing would take it above the agreed cost. “Obviously this is a major issue now that we have come this far,” Rossell said of the fencing and

stonework. He asked for conditional approval adding he would be willing to work with all parties involved. Rossell said Tuesday’s meeting was “the first shot” to reveal the plan and he had no previous dialogue with the neighbors. “I don’t think we are asking that much,” Patricia Kennedy said. “I don’t expect to give up my lifestyle” because of the lack of privacy. The commission gave its approval for the development plan with specified conditions regarding the drainage, maintenance of the detention pond and the fencing. Plans are for completion by spring, Rossell said. The measure will come before the Board of Works on Nov. 5.

WorkOne from Page 1 Investment Board, which oversees the region’s WorkOne centers. The workshops are designed for not only the unemployed, but also the underemployed and those contemplating career changes. Seating for the workshops is limited. People are asked to call or email the centers to confirm their plans to attend, as well as provide basic information, such as name, phone

number and the session they will be attending. The contact information: Auburn, 925-0124, ext. 267, or northskills@workonene. org; Fort Wayne, 446-3722 or allenskills@workonene. org; Marion, 765-668-8911, ext. 230, or southskills@ workonene.org. The nonprofit Northeast Indiana Regional Workforce Investment Board provides public and private financial and employment resources to businesses and individ-

uals for education and skills training to meet the needs of regional industries. The board sets policy for how public and private funds are utilized to support talent development. It also operates and staffs the 11 county-based WorkOne career centers in the region. Individuals and companies may access resources and services by visiting or calling WorkOne in their home counties.

Student trip to Europe planned in 2015 GARRETT — Garrett High School art instructor Mark Ober will be leading a 10-day tour through Europe in the summer of 2015. The trip is booked through EF Educational Tours, a nationally known and reputable company, according to Ober. The itinerary includes stops in Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Budapest. The total cost for students including travel, food and lodging is less than $3,000. Adult cost is

slightly more. Tentative departure date is June 29, 2015. Ober hopes to have a group of about 25 on the trip. A parent and student informational meeting is planned Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. in the high school art room. Contact Ober at mober@gkb.k12. in.us, or by phone at 357-4114 ext. 3114 if attending the meeting, or if you want more information regarding the trip.

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The DeKalb County Special Olympics held its county-wide bowling tournament for youth ages 8-21 Oct. 20 at the Auburn Bowl. Seated from left are volunteer Patsy DePew, Rex DePew, Jeremiah Whitacre, Jeffrey Minch, Christopher Teets, Sarah Kessler, Austin Spaulding, Colin Walter, Emily Bain and Carter Thompson. In middle are Brady Allen, Josh White, Austin Marquardt, Skyler Reed, Rachel Holsinger and Brianna Moore. Standing are William Spaulding, Frankie Wilson, Chad Grimm, Christian Marquardt, Isaiah McNall, James Ostrowski, Karen Baldwin, Jessica Fowler, volunteers Daniel Ostrowski, Ashley Herrick, Makayla Rieke and Susie Emmerson. Not pictured are Ashton Miller and volunteer Ken Preston.

Young bowlers compete in Special Olympics tourney AUBURN — The DeKalb County Special Olympics held a countywide bowling tournament Sunday, Oct. 20, at the Auburn Bowl. Bowlers from the ages of 8-21 competed to qualify for the Nov. 2 Area 3 Tournament in Fort Wayne at Pro Bowl West. The event was the first year for a county-wide

tournament, according to Kari Minch, the county coordinator for DeKalb County Special Olympics. “The area bowling tournaments are at full capacity,” Minch said. “Bowling is one of the most popular sports in Special Olympics.” Awards were handed out after the tournament and athletes, volunteers, and

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Garrett falls in sectional FORT WAYNE — In the Class 3A Sectional 22 opener at Bishop Dwenger on Thursday, Garrett’s season came to a close with a 3-0 loss (25-12, 25-17, 25-18) to Bishop Luers. For the Railroaders, Taylor Smith had seven kills, five assists, 16 digs and three blocks, Lindsey Crosby had five kills and 11 digs, Lyndsey Gibson had four kills and 22 digs, Rachel DePew had eight assists and nine digs, and Rachel Stafford had 10 digs. Garrett finishes its season with a 16-17 record.

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The sixth-grade Locomotives completed a perfect season with a win over the Churubusco Eagles Oct. 19 on Memorial Field. Garrett’s 24 players went into the championship game at 6-0, then topped the Eagles 20-19 under the lights. Players, in front from left, are Zach Lockey, Ethan Harter, Warren Joseph, Will Cole, Chandler Shearer, Aaron Bevis and Simon Williams. In the middle row are Justin Dillinger, Jon Badger, Nolan Hathaway, Mason Custer, Tristan Taylor, Kraig Smith, Jaren Hinkle, Jasen Emenhiser, Mateo Fuentes, Kaleb Hall and Robert McNay. In back are head coach Tracy Joseph, Noah Combs, Romano Ritenour, coach Steve Berning, Dane Johnson, Colin Diehm, Cole Bergman, Brayden Howard, coach Rudy Fuentes and coach Tim Custer.

FORT WAYNE — Four area cross country runners did well enough in Saturday’s New Haven Semistate to earn berths into the Indiana High School Athletic Association State Finals in Terre Haute this week. Making return trips are be Fremont senior Abby Hostetler, DeKalb junior Mark Beckmann and West Noble junior Brandon Arnold. A newcomer will join them in Prairie Heights junior Aspen Dirr, who placed 18th and was the second to last girl from a non-state qualifying team to make the state field. Garrett freshman Maranda Malcolm was 64th in 20:29.39.

Late score halts Train in sectional By Phil Friend pfriend@kpcmedia.com MONROEVILLE — Friday night’s finish between Garrett and Heritage in Class 3A Sectional 27 action was nothing short of dramatic. Heritage’s Brandon Dossen scored on a 14-yard touchdown with five seconds left to give the Patriots a come-from-behind 41-38 victory over the Railroaders Friday night. The Railroaders had taken the lead with 51 seconds left on a three-yard TD run by Noah Follett. But it wasn’t enough. “I think that’s as well as this team’s played this year. If anything, I’m happy that they played their best game in their last game,” said Garrett head coach Chris DePew. “They played to win from the beginning to the end. It just wasn’t enough as it turns out. We just didn’t make plays on defense in the last 50 seconds.” The game went back-andforth for much of the night. Garrett took a 31-21 lead in the third quarter, with Karsten Cooper hauling in a 60-yard TD pass from

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Follett and Bo Davis scoring on a four-yard run. But Heritage came right back with a 16-yard pass from Dosson to Conner Bleke and a Dossen two-yard TD run. Garrett’s senior quarterback, Follett, had one of the best games of his career. He completed 14 of 23 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown, and ran for 106 yards and two scores, finishing with 316 yards of total offense. “He’s a special kid. A great person, very representative of his family and his team and his school,” DePew said. “He really put the offense on his back, made all kinds of plays. He saved his best for the last game here of his career and I’m proud of him.” Davis finished with 77 yards rushing. Cooper led Garrett with 87 receiving yards while Ryan VandeZande had 52 yards and Cole Wilson 45. Wilson also had a pick-six, returning an interception 29 yards for a score. “Heritage did the things they needed to. They just made more plays than we did,” DePew said.

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Garrett-Keyser-Butler Schools achieved Riley Corporation status for participation in every school building in fundraisers for Kids Sharing and Caring for Riley Hospital. Students and staff, seated, from

left, are Marissalee Johnson and Abby Weaver. Standing are Brayden Shearer, Ryan Hathaway, Matthew Singleton, Kristen Maksimchuk, Kristi Surfus, Bryson Hickman and Katie Hunkler.

Garrett Schools earn Riley award GARRETT — GarrettKeyser-Butler Schools has earned Riley Corporation Status for its participation in the Kids Caring and Sharing (KCS) program, a philanthropic partnership between the Riley Children’s Foundation and the Indiana Association of School Principals in support

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of the children and families receiving care at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. To achieve Riley Corporation status, the corporation must secure participation from every corporation school or cumulatively raise at least $1 per enrolled student. Garrett middle and high schools conducted Riley Weeks where money was collected in various ways. In the J.E. Ober building, a

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Riley Carnival was held to raise donations. During the 2012-1013 school year, 570 Indiana schools raised more than $1.3 million for Riley Hospital. Out of Indiana’s 289 school corporations, 17 achieved Miracle Corporation status and 56 achieved Riley Corporation status. To achieve Miracle Corporation status, every school within a corporation must participate in a KCS fundraiser with each

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school location exceeding a total of more than $1 per enrolled students. South Adams Schools and Warsaw Community Schools were among area corporations achieving this status. Other area schools achieving Riley Corporation status include East Noble Corporation, Middlebury Community Schools, Wawasee Community School Corporation and Whitko Community School Corporation.

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