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By Sue Carpenter scarpenter@kpcmedia.com GARRETT — The Garrett Public Library Board unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday to award its expansion project to Signature Construction LLC of Auburn, contingent on funding. The project, plus additional allowances and soft costs, totals $1.9 million. Plans call for a 6,800-squarefoot, two-level expansion on the south side of the 100-year-old library building at an original estimated cost of $1.6 million. Jack Krouse, president of Construction Control Inc. of Fort Wayne, reviewed bids submitted

GARRETT — More than 35 pooches enjoyed a dip during the first Dog Swim in the Garrett City Pool Sunday. Pet owners were asked to make a free-will donation to the DeKalb Animal Shelter. Mayor Tonya Hoeffel reported $406 was collected during the two-hour event. Sunday was the closing day of the season for the pool.

by six contractors that were opened last week. Signature’s base bid plus performance bond came in at $1,304,840. Alternate options bids, including various types of carpeting, new entry doors to replace the original wooden doors on the 100-year-old building, reroofing of an existing flat roof, changing fluorescent ceiling lights from T-12 lamps to T-8 lamps and ballasts, and expansion of a plaza area on the new south entrance total an additional $77,734. Krouse also recommended allowances for other repairs to the existing building and to establish an amount for the erection of structural steel that has been donated by two area industries, for an additional $51,000. He also added soft costs such as professional fees, printing costs,

insurance, equipment, cost of issuance and contingencies for a total of $485,500. Krouse said area subcontractors listed in Signature’s bid include Knott Excavating of LaOtto, Todd Masonry of Wolcottiville, Pranger Enterprise of Ashley and Weller Electric of Garrett, among others. The Garrett Common Council approved a $1.5 million bond to fund the project at its June 18 meeting, reduced from a requested $1.8 million. Additional funding would come from contributions, grants and the Library Improvement Reserve Fund. At a June meeting, City Councilman Brad Stump reported the library’s Library Improvement Reserve Fund fund held $758,000. Tuesday, the library board approved a resolution to use $200,000 from that fund for pay immediate costs

DeKalb Democrats plan meeting AUBURN —The DeKalb County Democrats will meet Wednesday, Aug. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Auburn House of Pancakes, 131 W. Seventh St. All Democrats and visitors are welcome.

Stutzman hosting job fair at IPFW FORT WAYNE — U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-Indiana, will sponsor a job fair Friday from 1-4 p.m. at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. More than 50 employers with nearly 1,000 jobs to fill are scheduled to attend the job fair in the Classic Ballroom of the Walb Student Union, 2010 E. Coliseum Boulevard, a news release said.

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TOP — Monday marked opening day for G-K-B Schools. This large group of students and parents mingle outside the J.E. Ober Elementary School. ABOVE LEFT — Meyia Kennedy, grade five, Mary DeWitt, grade five and Lane Kennedy, first grade stand by the sign at J.E. Ober Elementary School on opening day. RIGHT —Kindergartner Aiden Hunt, 5, is ready for his very first day of school.

Dance team wins national awards GARRETT — P.K. & Company, the competitive dance company of the Patricia Krus School of Dance in Garrett returned from Orlando, Fla. where they completed a season of top awards and special recognitions. They competed at Nexstar National Talent Competition in Fort Wayne and Orlando as well as Revolution Talent Competition in Detroit. Jazz dance “Wanna See You Dance” choreographed by Allison Hale, scored a platinum level award as well as first place overall in their category and division in Orlando qualifying them to compete in the championship finals in which they received a second place award. Dancers in this number were Shianne Alwine, Nataley Armstrong, Madeline Burlage-Haynes, Ashtyn Custer, Samantha DeWitt, Pyper Dobson, Avery Houser, Hanna King, Cassidy Lung, Akeisha Meyer, Tori Regazzi, Becca Schutt, Rachel Shultz, EmmaGrace Sobieski, Kylie Stratman, Rachel Vose, Molly Wilhelm, and Maggie Woodward. Tap dance “Workin’ Day and Night” also received a platinum level award, second place overall in their category and division and a judges’ Performance Award. Dancers include Nataley Armstrong, Madeline Burlage-Haynes,

Samantha DeWitt, Pyper Dobson, Kaitlyn Ellison, Jackson Haynes, Hanna King, Macy Newman, Tori Regazzi , Becca Schutt, Rachel Shultz, Kylie Stratman, Rachel Vose, and Maggie Woodward. Hip Hop dance “Nothing on Me” received a high gold award and fourth place overall in their category and division as well as the “Swag Superstars” judges’ award. Dancers were Nataley Armstrong, Trevor Armstrong, Ashtyn Custer, Samantha DeWitt, Pyper Dobson, Addi Hickman, Avery Houser, Tori Regazzi, Becca Schutt, EmmaGrace Sobieski , Kylie Stratman, Madison VanDerbosch, and Maggie Woodward. Other special awards were won by jazz group “Hot Right Now” consisting of Shianne Alwine, Madeline Burlage-Haynes, Pyper Dobson, Akeisha Meyer, and Rachel Shultz winning a performance award; hip hop group “Ridin’ Solo” consisting of Shianne Alwine, Jackson Haynes, Cassidy Lung, Akeisha Meyer, and Rachel Shultz winning the Workin’ It award. Avery Houser won third place in the photogenic competition for ages 11-and-under, and Tori Regazzi won third place in the photogenic competition for ages 12-and-up.

for the expansion project. An additional $100,000 was approved at the board’s July meeting. The $300,000 in appropriations first must be approved by the Garrett Common Council at its meeting Tuesday, a requirement under Indiana law for appointed boards such as the library. Library director Cate Birdseye said any money left over at the end of the project can be put back into the Library Improvement Reserve Fund if totally bonded at Tuesday’s board meeting. She said the library safely can spend $200,000 from the fund, reduced from $500,000 Birdseye mentioned earlier in the meeting. The board also approved resolutions to join the Indiana State Consortium for Internet access and to dispose of two computers and a monitor.

Foundation awards grants to area agencies

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Golf outing is Saturday AUBURN —The second annual Jabraun Knox Foundation Golf Outing is Saturday at the Garrett Country Club. Tee time is set for 8 a.m. Dakota Smith is organizing the event in honor of Knox, who was killed in action in Afghanistan May 18, 2012. Proceeds from the event will fund a scholarship at DeKalb High School where Knox was a football and baseball player. The foundation’s first scholarship totaling $4,000 will be granted at the golf outing. The scholarship will be given to a senior male athlete at DeKalb High School who upholds the character Knox displayed on and off the field. The inaugural golf outing raised $20,000 for the foundation and helped support Knox’s wife and son, Courtney and Braylon. The entry fee for a four-person team is $300. The field will include space for 32 teams only. A silent auction will also take place during the day, beginning at 8 a.m. Lunch will be served at 2 p.m. Golf registration includes lunch, but individuals are welcome to join. Teams can register at Smit-Ts, 418 Main St., Auburn, or call Smit-Ts for more information at 333-0909.

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AUBURN — The Community Foundation of DeKalb County has awarded more than $71,500 in grants to 33 area organizations and agencies. The foundation hosted a reception for its grant recipients Wednesday on the stage of the DeKalb Outdoor Theater. “You are the stars,” foundation executive director Wendy Oberlin told grant recipients. “We’re celebrating the good work that goes on in our community and the part your particular organization plays.” Oberlin said the foundation receives many grant requests and must turn down as many as it awards. “It’s not easy. We turn down good proposals every time,” she added. Twenty-one grants totaling $48,512 were awarded from the Community Grantmaking Fund. Recipients are: • Auburn Arts Commission, Inc., $2,000 for the Pianos on the Square event in Auburn, Butler, Waterloo and Garrett. • Auburn Presbyterian Church, $750 for educational supplies for Grants, Page 3

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Kallie Knott, 14, of LaOtto won the title of Intermediate Beef Showmanship Champion at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis. She competed with more than 100 entrants to be selected as the overall champion. She also exhibited the Champion Division 3 Angus Heifer, raised by Yarde Farms of Garrett, and the Reserve Champion Charolais Heifer, raised by Eric Ott of LaOtto. Knott is a freshman at Garrett High School and the daughter of Rob and Becky Knott.


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LOCAL NEWS Student center open daily GARRETT — Oasis Student Center, an outreach of the First Church of Christ, will open Monday at the corner of Randolph and King streets in downtown Garrett. The program is open for grades 6-12 from 3-6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The center includes a study area, game area, snacks and video game area.

Live music at Legion Friday GARRETT — Little Rock Express will provide entertainment at the Garrett American Legion Post 178 Friday from 8-11 p.m. The event is open to the public. The Legion is located at 515 W. Fifth Ave. Visit garrettamericanlegion.com for more information.

Live music at Eagles Firday GARRETT — Dan Davis will provide live music at the Garrett Eagles Friday from 8-11 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The Eagles home is located at 220 S. Randolph St.

All-day event planned Sunday GARRETT — First Church of Christ in Garrett is planning an all-day event on Sunday, Aug. 18 in Eastside Park across from J.E. Ober Elementary School in Garrett. Events for all ages include an antique tractor show, antique car cruisein, bounce houses, fun and games for the entire family and lunch provided by the church. Registration for tractors and cars is 10 a.m. No fee will be charged to enter and awards will be presented later in the day. A church service will begin at 10:30 a.m. and Gospel group Steadfast will perform at 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend this event. Bring chairs and blankets for seating. For more information, contact the church at 357-3625.

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Fire destroys garage, damages home By Sue Carpenter scarpenter@kpcmedia.com GARRETT — No one was injured by a fire early morning Monday that destroyed a garage and vehicle and heavily damaged a home in the 700 block of East King Street. The Garrett Fire Department responded to a call from a neighbor at 1:01 a.m., said Assistant Fire Chief Chad Werkheiser. Firefighters arrived four minutes later and found a car and detached garage fully involved in flames, which extended to the residence. They brought the fire under control in about 20 minutes. The home’s occupants, Ben Rollins and family, were awakened by a

neighbor and exited the structure safely. The family pets also were uninjured. The garage and vehicle were total losses. Werkheiser estimated damage at $60,000 to structures, $10,000 to contents and $15,000 to the vehicle. A neighboring home sustained heat damage to its siding. The cause of the fire is under investigation, Werkheiser said. Firefighters remained at the scene until 4:30 a.m. The Garrett Fire Department was assisted at the scene by Garrett Police Department, DeKalb EMS and Auburn Fire Department. The Corunna Fire Department provided stand-by coverage.

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An early morning fire destroyed a garage and vehicle and damaged a home in the 700 block of East King Street in Garrett. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Railroad offers to pay for removing rusty bridge By Aaron Organ aorgan@kpcmedia.com AUBURN — CSX Railroad has offered to pay for removing a corroded, historic iron-truss bridge on C.R. 75 over the railroad tracks, east of St. Joe. The railroad’s propsed agreement was presented to the DeKalb County Commissioners late last week. Just days earlier, the DeKalb County Council voted down a request from the commissioners to pay $72,725 for a design and engineering plan for removing the bridge. Considered a “select” bridge on the Indiana Historic Bridge inventory list, the bridge is in “very poor condition,” according to a consultant. Monday, representatives of USI Consultants told the commissioners that railroad officials see the bridge as a safety concern. The CSX proposal lays out plans for the railroad to handle dismantling the bridge and to reimburse the county for creating cul-desacs in the road on either side of the span. The project that would cost upward of $300,000, according to the consultants.

The bridge would be stored on county property and potentially placed on a trail system just south of St. Joe when federal funding comes through, the plan says. Monday, commissioners expressed concern with the bridge and the liability the county takes on by keeping it open. They cited fears of a section or the entirety of the bridge falling onto a passing train. Commissioners also raised questions about how residents in the area would travel without the bridge. Building a bridge on the site or nearby could run nearly $3 million, the consultants said. The existing bridge cannot support more than the weight of a pickup truck, the consultants said, and residents must travel some six miles to find a suitable bridge to cross the tracks. A traffic study has shown 43 vehicles a day use the span. The commissioners will present another request to the council for funding the $72,000 design plan, with the railroad paying for the project. The railroad’s proposed agreement calls for a contract to be adopted

before the end of the year. Also Monday, commissioners said they will consider a request from the county Plan Commission to change the addresses of select homes on C.R. 40-A, or Wesley Road, inside the Auburn city limits. Plan director Clint Knauer said sections of the road change from Wesley Road to C.R. 40-A and back again several times, and addresses have both odd and even numbers on the same side of the road. The mix-up results from annexations to the city, Knauer explained. The commissioners tabled the request under the assumption that at some point in the future, the remaining county land will be annexed into the city, and readdressing will be handled then. Commissioners approved a request from the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival to use county property for a Kiddie Cruiser Activity event Aug. 30 and 31. The festival will stage the event on a lawn west of the jail. It will include a bungee activity, rock wall and other games in conjunction with the ACD Festival.

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GARRETT — Zion Lutheran Preschool reminds parents who have not returned their applications to the school to do so as soon as possible. The school will be sending out their packets within the week regarding the opening of the school year but will not be able to

paperwork is not due until the open house or first day of school. The first day of school will be Monday, Sept. 9, with the Tues./Thurs. class beginning Sept. 10. Contact the school at 260-357-4658 for further information if needed.

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POLICE NEWS Officers arrest 11 AUBURN — Local police officers arrested 11 people since Friday, according to DeKalb County Jail records. Seth Spillers, 19, of the 1200 block of North 290W, Angola, was arrested Friday at 2:56 a.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on charges of illegal possession, consumption or transportation of alcohol by minor, a Class C misdemeanor and operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels. Amy Brown, 34, of the 200 block of East Green Street, Butler, was arrested Friday at 9:27 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant charging her with criminal recklessness with vehicle, a Class A misdemeanor. Abbey Hillhouse, 19, of the 300 block of 316 West Second Street, Auburn, was arrested Friday at 10:30 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of unlawful consumption of alcohol by minor, a Class C misdemeanor. Jeremy Dull, 31, of the 400 block of S.R. 1, Hamilton, was arrested Saturday at 6:50 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department for failure to report to jail for a probation violation. Kent R. Fell, 39, of the 200 block of Grant Street, Waterloo, was arrested Sunday at 3:07 a.m. by the Waterloo Marshal’s Office on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels. Clinton Rowe, 33, of the 400 block of North Peters Street, Garrett, was arrested Sunday at 3:12 a.m. by the Garrett Police Department on charges of possession of methamphetamine, a Class D felony; possession of marijuanaa Class A misdemeanor; and possession of paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.

Gage Wood, 19, of the 1000 block of Donald Street, Auburn, was arrested Sunday at 3:31 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of battery resulting in bodily injuray to a person less than 14 years of age, a Class D felony; theft, a Class D felony; interference with the reporting of a crime, a Class A misdemeanor; resisting law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor; criminal mischief, a Class B misdemeanor; and illegal possession, consumption or transportation of alcohol by minor, a Class C misdemeanor. Dane Dewitt, 42, of the 1200 block of Angela Avenue, Auburn, was arrested Sunday at 4:09 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels. Brandon Shirk, 20, of Garrett was arrested Monday at 5:25 p.m. on a warrant charging him with criminal mischief, a Class A misdemeanor, and two counts of intimidation, a Class D felony. Daniel R. Roggeman, 53, of the 2400 block of C.R. 38, Auburn, was arrested Tuesday at 6:52 a.m. on a charge of possession of paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor. Justin A. Richardson, 39, of the 1000 block of Angela Avenue, Auburn, was arrested Tuesday at 4:16 p.m. on a body atttachment for alleged contempt of civil court.

Ashley man charged ALBION — An Ashley man was booked into the Noble County Jail over the weekend, the Noble County Sheriff’s Department said. Gary Dean Chaffins, 25, was charged with public intoxication, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct.

Travel team sets tryouts Saturday FORT WAYNE — The Indiana Cornhuskers 13U baseball team will hold tryouts Saturday, Aug. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon on Diamond No. 1 at the Wallen Baseball Complex. An additional tryout will be held Aug. 24, also on Wallen’s Diamond No. 1 at 10 a.m.

The Cornhuskers are a new travel team looking for players and parents interested in playing in more competitive tournaments, mostly USSSA events. For more information or to pre-register, contact JoVonn Timberlake at 705-0818 or jovonntimberlake@yahoo.com.

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DEATHS AND TRIBUTES

CLASS OF 1968 GATHERS FOR REUNION

Warner service is Saturday GARRETT — A service of Witness to the Resurrection for Arthur Eugene “Art” Warner will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Garrett Presbyterian Church. Burial will follow in Christian Union Cemetery, rural Garrett. Mr. Warner, 91, a longtime Garrett resident, died June 7, 2013 in Columbia, S.C. Memorial gifts may be made to Garrett Presbyterian Church, the scholarship fund of Garrett High School, or Heartstrings Hospice of Columbia, S.C., or the hospice of the giver’s choice. Thomas Funeral Home in Garrett is handling local arrangements.

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The Garrett High School Class of 1968 held its 45th reunion on July 19 at the Garrett Country Club. Class members attending, front from left, are Aurora Martinez Hillman, Melanie Smith Steiner, Diane Capin Meloon, Linda Shafer Placencia, Linda Leply Dembickie and Ethel Finn Yoder. In the second row are Dan Sobieski, Connie Anderson, Marilyn Newbauer Culler, Cindy Ballentine Rowe and Jordan Hamm Yarde. In the third row are Dave Likens, Mike Berg, Jeff McNutt, Steve Lampe, Tom Pence and Tim Miller. In the fourth row are Mike Mansfield, Bob Molargik, Terry Wood, Clark Bergdall, Mike Helbert, Roger Terry and Duane Colgan. In back are Rick Dembickie, Sam Hopkins and Mike Heitz.

HOWE — Aileen Kay (Gingrich) Hartman, 56, of Howe died on Tuesday, August 13, 2013, at Parkview Regional Medical

Center in Fort Wayne. Preferred memorials are to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, 2869 East Dupont Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46825. A celebration of life will take place at a later date. Hite Funeral Home in Kendallville is in charge of arrangements.

Lillyonna Roland BUTLER — Lillyonna Alexandria Roland, 8-month-old daughter of Kayla Jasso and Justin Roland, both of Butler, died Sunday Aug. 11, 2013. A private visitation and funeral service will be held. Pinnington-McComb Funeral & Cremation Services, Auburn, is in charge of arrangements.

Richard Lothamer KENDALLVILLE – Richard Lothamer, 81, of Kendallville and formerly of Garrett, died Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013, at Chandler House in Kendallville.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 11 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Garrett. Burial will be in Cedar Creek Cemetery, Garrett. Visitation will be an hour prior to the service from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday at the church. Memorials are to St. Joseph Catholic School. Feller and Clark Funeral Home of Auburn is in charge of arrangements.

OBITUARY POLICY The Garrett Clipper does not charge for death notices that include notice of calling hours, date and time of funeral and burial, and memorial information. An extended obituary, which includes survivors, biographical information and a photo, is available for a charge. Contact editor Sue Carpenter for more information at: scarpenter@kpcmedia.com.

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GARRETT ALUMNI NEWS GHS Class of 1958 meets AUBURN — Twenty classmates from the Garrett High School Class of 1958 met for lunch Tuesday, Aug. 6 at Paradise Buffet in Auburn. Attending were Becky (Nelson) Best, Carol (Chisholm) Bickel, Calvin Carnahan, Carolyn (Tuttle) Debes, Mary Jo (Mitchell) Deihl, Sharon (Hoffman) George, Susan (Ruhland) Helbert, Owen Hensinger, Sondra (Musser) Kolbe and Tony Kolbe.

Also attending were Pamela (Mountz) McDonald, Mary Louise (Yingling) Mitchener, Carol Sue Reed, Charles “Toby” Refner, Fred Salerno, Carol (Vise) Shine, Anita (Morrison) Spiegel, Stephen Steward, Sandra (Godwin) Stryker and Nancy (Ely) Weimer. A guest was Miriam Carnahan. The next luncheon will be Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 11:15 a.m. at the Paradise Buffet in Auburn.

Grants from Page 1 the Tuesday Kids in the Neighborhood program. • Boomerang Backpacks, $3,500 to add McKenney-Harrison Elementary School to the program. • Butler Youth Evangelistic Association (Filling Station), $4,000 general operating support. • Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, $1,500 to support services to cancer patients and their families in DeKalb County. • Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana Inc., $5,000 for Farm Wagon sites in DeKalb County that deliver fresh produce, dairy and other perishable foods to rural and low-income neighborhoods. • DeKalb County Community Corrections CHANGE Academy, $2,000 to help support a program that offers an alternative education placement serving DeKalb County’s most at-risk juvenile population. • DeKalb County Probation Department, $1,420 for The Change Companies Forward Thinking Series. • Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra Inc., $1,600 for the Auburn Holiday Pops Concert and Patriotic Pops Concert, which are presented in DeKalb County. • Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry, $5,000 for butchering fees for donated meat. • Northeastern Center Inpatient, $500 to provide medications for patients who do not have insurance, coverage or financial means. • PC’s for Youth, $750 to repair computers and give them away to students in need. • Purdue University

Cooperative Extension, $860 for a science and nutrition program for youth in grades 1-5 in DeKalb County. • Retired Senior Volunteer Program, $1,000 for new computers, monitors and printers. • St. Martin’s Healthcare Inc., $8,000 for operating expenses to provide medical and dental services to the uninsured. • Serenity House Inc., $1,500 for facility upgrades. • Warm a Heart Community Outreach Inc., $1,000 to support a food pantry in Waterloo. • Wood-Land-Lakes, $1,000 for general support of conservation efforts. • Indiana State Museum, $5,000 for a maintenance endowment fund for the outdoor display representing DeKalb County. • Great Idea Fund, $632 set aside to make small, proactive grants throughout the year. • Immediate Response Fund, $1,500 set aside to fund charitable needs that arise between the Grantmaking Fund’s grant cycles or during a community disaster. Six grants totaling $10,500 were awarded from the Safe Child Fund. Recipients are: • Camp Watcha-Wanna-Do Inc., $1,000 to provide a camping experience for children surviving cancer or brain tumors. • DeKalb County Domestic Violence Task Force Inc., $3,000 to assist with the continuation and expansion of services. • DeKalb County Special Olympics, $2,500 that will allow more than 50 children and adults with intellectual disabilities to participate in Special Olympic Games. • Dr. Bill Lewis Center

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for Children, $1,500 for services for children referred to the center because of suspected sexual abuse. • Muscular Dystrophy Association of Northeast Indiana, $1,000 for the MDA Summer Camp for children living with muscular dystrophy. • Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth, $1,500 for Family Retreat, which educates families who foster or adopt children in need of stable home environments. Two grants totaling $7,177 were awarded from the Early Childhood Development Fund. Recipients are: • Fort Wayne Public Television, $4,177 for the expansion of the children’s PBS39 Library Corner at Eckhart Public Library into a fully equipped digital media lab. • Judy A. Morrill Recreation Center Child Care Ministry, $3,000 for childcare staff training. Four grants totaling $5,350 were awarded from the Wyatt Memorial Fund. Recipients are: • Anthony Wayne Council Boy Scouts of America, $100 for general operations. • City of Garrett, $650 for public purposes. • DeKalb Association for Developmentally Disabled (Alliance Industries), $4,500 for general support. • The Howe School, $100 for general support.

The entire competition team with trophies, from left, are Tori Regazzi, Madison VanDerbosch, Maggie Woodward, Trevor Armstrong, Nataley Armstrong, Samantha DeWitt and. Kylie Stratman. In the middle row are Macy Newman, Cassidy Lung, Addi Hickman, Shianne Alwine, Avery Houser, Becca Schutt, EmmaGrace Sobieski and Rachel Vose. In back are Madeline BurlageHaynes, Molly Wilhelm, Jackson Haynes, Ashtyn Custer, Pyper Dobson, Akeisha Meyer, Rachel Shultz, Hanna King, Kaitlyn Ellison and instructor Allison Hale.

JAM sponsoring Chicago bus trip GARRETT — The Judy A. Morrill Recreation Center is sponsoring a Chicago bus trip. Join friends and family for a day of shopping on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile on Saturday, Nov. 2. One bus already has been filled, and a second bus has been added. The journey begins on a luxury coach bus, where guests will be served a light

pass the time. All proceeds will benefit the JAM Early Education program. Tickets are available at JAM, 1200 E. Houston St., Garrett for $55 each. There are 35 spots left on the second bus. For complete details, contact the JAM Welcome Center at 357-1917.

GARRETT PUBLIC LIBRARY LINKS Basic watercolor class Saturday Mary Thiel will share tips on the basic techniques of watercolor painting Saturday, Aug. 17, from 1-3 p.m. Participants can paint a work of art to take home with them. All supplies will be provided. There is no cost to attend. To register, call the library at 357-5485.

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ALTARSTAR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Co. Rd. 68 & 11A South of Garrett Pastor Jill Wright 260-241-5906 SUNDAY 9 a.m. - Worship 10:20 a.m. - Adult Sunday School WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. - Prayer and Praise

Jessa Lee urges her German ShepherdHusky dog Isabella into the water during Sunday’s Dog Swim at the Garrett City Pool. Donations from the event benefitted the DeKalb County Animal Shelter.

APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE 109 S. Randolph St., Garrett Pastor Thomas Mann 517-617-1614 11 a.m. - Sunday Worship 7 p.m. - Thursday service

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ARK CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Avilla Rev. Steve Wagner, Minister Phone 897-3627 SUNDAY 9 a.m.-Praise and Worship 10 a.m. - Message WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m. - Kids Klub 6:30 p.m. - Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m. - Adult Bible Study CEDAR CREEK CHURCH of the BRETHREN PO Box 295 5952 C.R. 7, Garrett Brad Hardesty, Pastor Phone 357-3773 Office hours Wed. 9-noon By phone after 1 p.m. SUNDAY 9 a.m. - Sunday School 10 a.m. - Worship CEDAR LAKE CHURCH of the BRETHREN 2939 C.R. 15 Southeast of Corunna Duane Grady, Pastor SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 10:30 a.m. —Sunday Worship CHRISTIAN UNION BRETHREN in CHRIST Box 38, 4395 C.R. 7, Garrett Pastor Joe Laher 927-8847 Church Phone 357-4850 SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. -Sunday School 10:30 a.m. - Morning worship CHURCH at GARRETT 1370 S. Randolph St. Phone 357-1829 Pastor Tom Wilcoxson SUNDAY 10 a.m. - Worship service WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m. - Bible study and youth group CORUNNA COMMUNITY CHURCH INC. 223 E. Michigan Ave. P.O. Box 92, Corunna Pastor Rev. Richard A. Pickard SUNDAY 10:30 a.m.-Worship Service Nondenominational Fundamental THE CROSSING Church of the Nazarene 105 West 6th Ave., Garrett thecrossinggarrett.org Rev. Kyle and Katie Lowry Church Phone 357-5769 SUNDAY 9:30 a.m.-Sunday School 10:20 a.m.-Welcome 10:30 a.m. - Morning worship WEDNESDAY 5:30 p.m. - Youth group, community dinner 6 p.m. - Youth group DEKALB COUNTY CHURCH of CHRIST 700 S. Randolph St., Garrett “Where every Heart needs a Home� Non-Instrumental Church Phone 357-0738 SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. - Bible Classes for all ages 10:30 a.m. - Worship WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. - Midweek Bible Study FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1357 S. Randolph Street Church Office 357-4755 Rev. David E. Mix SUNDAY 9:15 a.m. - Sunday School 10:15 a.m. - Children’s Church 10:15 a.m. - Morning Worship

6 p.m. - Evening worship WEDNESDAY 6-7 p.m. - Prayer and Bible Study FIRST CHURCH of CHRIST 213 E. King St., Garrett Phone 357-3625 garrettfirstchurch.org Brother Bud Owen Senior Minister Chad Kennedy Children and Youth Minister Jerry Weller, Worship and Pastoral Minister SUNDAY Annual Fall Kick-off, Antique car and tractor show 10:30 a.m. - Sunday service Eastside Park, bring lawn chairs. Lunch provided following service, fun and games TUESDAY 7 p.m. - Ladies Chorus WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. - Midweek Boost, come and be energized. 7 p.m. - Midweek Buzz and Midweek Connect FREEDOM to WORSHIP CHURCH of GOD Baseline Road, Altona Rev. Joe Freeman 2 p.m. - Sunday. Everyone Welcome. GARRETT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 201 S. Franklin St. Rev. William Haworth Church Phone 357-3534 SUNDAY 9 a.m. - Sunday School for all ages. 10 a.m. - Coffee fellowship 10:15 a.m. - Worship with children’s church during service. MONDAY/WEDNESDAY 10-11 a.m. — 3B Fitness Class (Brain, Body, Belief) for seniors 50+ GARRETT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Houston at Cowen Street Church Phone 357-3315 Dr. Scott Shoaff, Pastor Home of Community Care Food Pantry SUNDAY Bible Sunday 9:25 a.m. - Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday school 6-8 p.m. - Youth Group WEDNESDAY 6 p.m. - Bible Study LIVING WATERS COMMUNITY CHURCH 711 So. Randolph St., Garrett Pastor Dean Morris 925-1156 Church Phone 357-6435 SUNDAY 9:15 a.m.-Sunday School 10:30 a.m.- Worship Service WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m. - Bible Study at the church - youth and adult NEW LIFE HOUSE OF WORSHIP 130 North Randolph Street 357-4550 Pastor J.C. Banks Jr. SUNDAY 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School 10:30 a.m. - Sunday Worship 6 p.m. - Evening service TUESDAY 6 p.m. - Evening service THURSDAY 6 p.m. - Bible Study SAINT JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH 307 South Ijams St, Garrett Father Andrew Nazareth 357-3122 MASSES Monday - 6 p.m. Tue., Wed., Fri.- 9 a.m. Thursday - 8 a.m. SATURDAY 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. SUNDAY 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. HOLY DAY MASSES 6:30 p.m. on the Vigil 7 & 9 a.m. on the day of ZION EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 1349 S. Randolph St., Garrett Church Phone 357-4545 SUNDAY 9 a.m. - Worship with Holy Communion 10:30 a.m. - Sunday school WEDNESDAY 6 p.m. - Evening Worship

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BUTLER CITY COURT NEWS The following tickets were paid in Butler City Court, Aug. 1-8. The dollar amount at the end of each listing indicates fines, court costs, and civil penalties assessed by the court. Notations in parentheses after each listing represents the agency issuing the ticket. A code to law enforcement agencies follows this report. • Carl W. Bredemeyer, Fort Wayne, no operator’s license when required, $133 (BPD). • Joel D. Cochard, Albion, speeding, $133 (DC). • Bayley D. Coleman, Auburn, no seat belt, $25 (DC). • Amber M. Gilbert, Angola, expired plates, $133 (AUB). • Samuel L. Grear, Hudson, speeding, $148 (ISP). • David A. Griffiths, Avilla, speeding, $148 (ISP). • Keller F. Gutierrez, Fort Wayne, speeding, $154 (ISP). • Tanner Hackbush, Auburn, disregarding stop sign, $154 (AUB). • Susie Hall, Auburn, no insurance, $243 (AUB). • Travis C. Helmuth, Kendallville, no financial responsibility, $218 (DC). • Johnathan Henderson, Garrett, possession of paraphernalia, $218 (BPD). • Tayler T. Hipskind, Auburn, speeding, $148 (AUB). • Jeremy W. Hoye, Auburn, speeding, $175 (AUB). • Gabriel P. Inkrott, Hicksville, Ohio, disregarding police officer directing traffic, $154 (AUB). • Abby C. Jones, Auburn, speeding, $148 (ISP). • David B. Kelham, Garrett, no seat belt, $25 (DC). • Matthew R. Lirot, Bryan, Ohio, speeding, $154 (BPD). • Sandra M. McBride, Coldwater, Mich., speeding, $154 (WPD). • Stephen T. McCauley, Indianapolis, speeding, $133 (DC). • John A. McGill, Hamilton, speeding, $148 (ISP). • Bobbie L. McKee, LaGrange, speeding, $154 (WPD). • Vicki L. Mitchell, Waterloo, speeding, $185 (AUB). • Tonya G. Nicholas, Auburn, no seat belt, $25 (ISP). • William G. Nicholas, Garrett, no seat belt, $25 (ISP). • Kyle C. Pilkinton, Fort Wayne, disregarding automatic signal, $154 (AUB). • Cody J. Pontzuis, Auburn, no seat belt, $25 (DC). • Mark A. Powell, Angola, driving while suspended, $239 (DC). • Jon A. Rice, Sylvania, Ohio, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, $154 (DC). • Joshua H. Riggs, Butler, speeding, $154 (AUB). • Jose L. Rodriguez, Butler, texting while driving, $154 (BPD). • Arturo S. Rojas, Huntertown, disregarding stop sign, $154 (WPD). • Russell V. Sparkman, Garrett, leaky load, $243 (AUB). • Austin A. Stutzman, Butler, no seat belt, $25 (AUB). • James H. Wroblewski, Johannesburg, Mich., speeding, $154 (BPD). • Larry E. Yarlot, Garrett, speeding, $154 (AUB). • Erich J. Zumbaugh, Garrett, speeding, $170 (ISP); no seat belt, $25 (DC). (BPD) indicates a Butler Police Department ticket; (ISP) indicates an Indiana tate Police ticket; (AUB) indicates an Auburn Police Department ticket; (DC) indicates a DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department ticket; (WPD) indicates a Waterloo Police Department ticket; (AS) indicates an Ashley Police Department ticket; (HP) indicates a Hamilton Police Department ticket; (ICO) indicates an Indiana Conservation Officer ticket.

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CLASS OF 1973 MEETS FOR 40TH REUNION

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On Saturday, July 13, 85 people, including 47 classmates and three teachers, were present at the Garrett Country Club for the 40th reunion of the Garrett High School class of 1973. Teachers Dick Capin, Marilee Lotz Gilliland and John Branam were honored by Janice McKee, Lynn Reed and Michael Gentis, respectively. In front, from left, are Michael Gentis, Dennis Smith, Kim Dove, Denny Gall, Greg Shippy, Jerry Shroads, Bob Christlieb, Jim Letizia and Tom Hullinger. In the second row are Mike Chittenden, Nancy (Sutton) Chittenden, Deb (Hoeffel) Saylor, Kenny Cutler, Frank Caprino, Joyce (Schultz) Werner, Ruth (Koehl) Reinold, Janice (McCorkle) McKee, Cindy (Custer) Shirley, SuLynn (Johnson) Priest, Lynn (Rowe) Reed, Susanna (Lilienthal) Green, Holly (Fargo) Carpenter, Marie (Tackels) Brown, Tom Wiley, Joe Mansfield, Julia (Somers) Rider, Randy Vincent, Karen (Wilmot) Rice (partially obscured), Karen (Pickleseimer) Crooks and Peggy (Frain) Miller. In back are Janice (Dove) Brown, Beth (Hollis) Novy, Pat (Hyde) Duguid, David Crager, Eric Jones, Becky (Shafer) Gibson, MaryAnn (Henderson) Fugate, Deb (Lampe) Claxton, Bruce Rugman, Roger Potter, Richard Barry, Deb (Runion) Reinoehl and David Derickson. Not pictured are Mark Michael and Ramona (Miller) Michael.

KPC Media launches media-rich community news website FORT WAYNE — KPC Media Group Inc. has launched a new website to deliver arts, entertainment and community news to its audience in the greater Fort Wayne area. INFortWayne.com features story-driven new and traditional media with content from the Times Community Publications and Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, which are owned and published by KPC Media Group. INFortWayne editor Ryan Schnurr, who earned a degree in communications and film from Huntington University, brings a unique perspective to community news coverage. His intimate, documentary-style videography and photography will spotlight more obscure stories from within the community. “I am interested in the smaller, everyday stories,”

Schnurr said. “There’s definitely value in covering the major stories, and there are people doing that very well. But there’s also value in the smaller stories, the daily-life stories. We’re making a point to introduce you to people, places and events you might not otherwise come in contact with in an effort to help demystify those narratives.” Each week, Schnurr will release new videos and photo galleries featuring topics of local interest, beginning with “Phresh,” a look at Fort Wayne artist Theoplis Smith’s art brand Phresh Laundry. “INFortWayne will explore our community with professionally produced multimedia that is unlike anything else being produced in the region,” said KPC Media Group digital media director Kelly Lynch. “KPC has invested

not only in quality media production, but also in local talent, making for an opportunity to showcase our region’s stories meaningfully and creatively.” In cooperation with Times Community Publications editor Garth Snow, INFortWayne.com also will feature content from weekly neighborhood newspapers Aboite & About, the Dupont Valley Times, the St. Joe Times and the East Allen County Times. Business-focused content will come from Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly in cooperation with editor Barry Rochford. One of the area’s most comprehensive community calendars also can be found at INFortWayne.com and users can submit their own event information via the “Events” tab. “I am pleased KPC Media Group can bring

Herendeen to perform at St. Joseph School benefit GARRETT — Members of the St. Joseph — Garrett school board are hosting their first Labor Day weekend fundraiser, Blue Suede BBQ, at 6:15 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 31, on the grounds of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 500 E. Seventh Herendeen St., Auburn. The event will feature a chicken dinner, ala carte desserts, snacks, beer and wine. Guests are invited to dine and enjoy dancing in the big, air-conditioned tent to the music of national recording star and St. Joseph alumnus Todd Herendeen. A disc jockey will also be playing music for the event. Guests are also invited to try their luck through pull-tab games and raffles, including an $8,000 cash raffle. Younger guests can enjoy watching balloon artists create

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masterpieces and several other kid-related activities. St. Joseph School will be honoring Judith A. Morrill with its first Award for Distinguished Service to the School and Community. School leaders will also be presenting performer Todd Herendeen with its first Distinguished Alumni Award. Event tickets cost $20 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under. Ticket costs include both dinner and entertainment. Advance tickets for the $8,000 cash raffle can be purchased for $10 each. Cash prizes will be paid out as follows: $5,000, first place; $2,000, second place; $1,000, third place. Tickets can be purchased after Masses at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Garrett; Immaculate Conception Church in Auburn; St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Waterloo; Garrett State Bank locations; or by calling St. Joseph Catholic School at 357-5137. “The annual ACD festival

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that takes place every Labor Day weekend brings so many visitors to our community. The St. Joseph school board is excited to provide some entertainment and great food and drink to the visitors and our community members,” said event chair and school board vice president Michael Connell. “We are hoping to have beautiful weather and a large turn-out for our inaugural Labor Day weekend fundraiser.” Proceeds from the event will support the St. Joseph School Academy, newly-formed to support the education of its middleschool-aged students. St. Joseph School, located in Garrett, is a private, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade Catholic school serving the educational needs of DeKalb County. For more information about this event or the school, contact, Michael Connell at 460-0454 or St. Joseph Principal Kristine Call at 357-5137.

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in Garrett, Butler and Ligonier. It also publishes the Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly, the Times Community Publications in Allen County, the Greater Fort Wayne Family magazine and the Smart Shopper, along with phone books and real estate guides in northeast Indiana. The company also has commercial printing and directmail divisions and offers expanded digital services. Visit the website at INFortWayne.com, find it on Facebook, or follow on Twitter @INFortWayne. For more information, contact Kelly Lynch, digital media director, KPC Media Group Inc. at 260-4262640, ext. 341, klynch@ kpcmedia.com, or Terry Ward, chief operating officer, KPC Media Group Inc. at 260-426-2640, ext. 325, tward@kpcmedia.com.

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The Auburn-based Indiana Storm age 9-and-under travel baseball team won the Battle Creek (Mich.) Baseball Players Association World Series, which took place from July 18-20. The team included, front row, from left to right, Robert Skorupski of Fremont, Carter Gilbert of Albion, Keegan Foster of Waterloo, Logan Jordan of Auburn and Nicholas Miller of Fremont. Middle row, Bryce Dobson of Corunna, Ethan Bock of Fremont, Graham Kelham of LaOtto, Jackson Barth of Auburn and Grant McAfee of Auburn. Back row, assistant coach Rocky Foster, assistant coach Brian Jordan and head coach Ronnie Dobson.

GARRETT — The Garrett High School athletic department needs workers to help staff the car auction on Labor Day weekend Aug. 28-Sept. 1. The event is Garrett’s largest athletic fundraiser of the year. More than 540 four-and-one-half hour time slots must be filled. “We’re asking for all community members to help us with this project,” athletic director Chris DePew said. “We have always received great support from Garrett State Bank and Garrett High School staff members. However, we also need more help.” Coaches are recruiting workers for the event, or those interested can sign up at the athletic office

or by calling 357-4116. Volunteers need not have a student or athlete in the high school. Volunteers can designate their time to be donated to a specific athletic team, the athletic department or any other school group. Ticket booth workers and people who can help park cars are needed. All money raised goes to Garrett students through their athletic teams. Most of the money is spent on uniforms and specialized practice equipment. Volunteers do not need to have a student or athlete in the high school. Those available to help are asked to contact any head coach or the athletic office at 357-4116.

9U Storm win BPA world series State police plan BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — The Indiana Storm age 9-and-under travel team won the Battle Creek Baseball Players Association World Series held from July 18-20. The Storm (41-9) are based out of the Auburn area and have players from Steuben, Dekalb and Noble counties. To reach the World Series, teams had to win a BPA-sponsored tournament at some point throughout this summer. The Storm won four of those tourneys: the 2013 Bat Wars, the Indiana State Games, the OTS/ BPA Spring Fling, and the On-Turf BPA State Tournament. Teams from around the country are then sorted into three different regionally-based world series: North (played in Battle Creek), Central (played in Owensboro, Ky.), and South (played in Murfreesboro, Tenn.). Fourteen teams qualified for the North World Series. The Storm split their two pool play games, beating the Hardknocks Land Sharks from Granger 9-4 and losing to the Twin City Prospects from St. Joseph, Mich., 10-5. This landed the Storm a No. 9 seed and a difficult route to the championship. After beating the eighth-seeded West Michigan Black Sox from

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Kalamazoo 14-2, the Storm pulled away late from the No. 1 seed Southwest Michigan Sluggers Gold from Niles for a 9-3 win. In the semifinals, the Storm’s five-run first inning set the right tone en route to an 8-2 victory over fourthseeded Battle Creek Shamrocks. In the championship, the Storm’s offense exploded for a 15-5 win over the No. 2 seed HBF Maroons from Jackson, Mich. As part of the World Series opening ceremony, the teams competed in a variety of skills competitions. The Storm’s Graham Kelham from LaOtto won the home run derby by hitting two home runs. None of the other 23 9U entrants hit a single homer. The Storm’s around-the-horn team of Kelham, Fremont’s Ethan Bock, Corunna’s Bryce Dobson and Albion’s Carter Gilbert placed second, losing by less than two seconds. Fremont’s Robert Skorupski tied for second in the bunting competition. During the regular season the Indiana Storm also won their league championship in the Northeast Division On-Turf Baseball League.

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Graham Kelham of rural LaOtto and a fourth-grade student at J.E. Ober Elementary School, holds trophies from the Home Run Derby and Around the Horn skills competitions.

Garrett Rotary planning annual golf outing Aug. 25 GARRETT — The Garrett Rotary Club will host its annual scholarship golf outing Sunday, Aug. 25, at the Garrett Country Club. The day will begin with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The entry fee is $240 per four-person team,

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which includes golf, carts, burgers and brats and drink tickets. Men and women are welcome. If a player does not have a foursome, accommodations will be made to match individual players. Optional team skins will be offered, prizes will be given for the closest to the pin on selected holes, and a putting contest will be held. For information, contact any Garrett Rotary Club member or call Garrett Country Club at 357-5165.

AUBURN — A cruise-in for special-interest vehicles will take place tonight, Aug. 15, from 6:30-8:30 on the courthouse square in

GARRETT SPORTS SCHEDULE Friday, Aug. 16 Varsity football vs. Whitko, South Whitley, 7 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 19 Varsity, JV volleyball, DeKalb, here, 6 p.m.

Varsity, JV volleyball, Prairie Heights, here, 6 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 22 Varsity, JV volleyball, at Churubusco, 6 p.m. Varsity boys soccer vs. Lakeland, LaGrange, 5 p.m. Varsity girls soccer, Columbia City, here, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug. 20 Varsity boys soccer, East Noble, here, 5 p.m.

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alcohol-impaired drivers, resulting in 140 deaths. Police offered these tips to avoid being arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol or narcotics: • Plan ahead and always designate a sober driver before consuming alcohol. • Don’t drive a vehicle after drinking alcohol. Call a taxi or a sober friend. • Never let a friend drive while impaired. Take away his or her keys. • When hosting a party, always offer nonalcoholic beverages. Make sure all guests leave with a sober driver. • Never provide alcohol to anyone under the legal drinking age of 21. Police encouraged motorists to report suspected impaired drivers by calling 911. Give a vehicle description, location, and direction of travel. Never follow an impaired driver.

Friday, Aug. 23 Varsity football vs. Eastside, Butler, 7 p.m. Boys soccer festival vs. Fort Wayne South, 7 p.m.

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Starting Friday and continuing through Labor Day, Indiana State Police officers will participate in the Operation Pull Over “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign. Operation Pull Over is funded by a federal grant and allows additional police officers to work overtime with an emphasis on arresting impaired drivers. During the campaign, troopers will conduct sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols targeting impaired and dangerous drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2011, a total of 32,367 people were killed nationwide in motor vehicle crashes. Of that total, 9,878 people were killed in crashes that involved a driver or motorcyclist with a blood-alcohol concentration of .08 percent or higher. In Indiana, in 2011, a total of 4,938 crashes involved

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The Garrett Clipper - August 15, 2013