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Money for the Rivergreenway

Money for the Rivergreenway

Jeff Lemler, center, presents a $1,000 check to Wells County Foundation Executive Director Tammy Slater.

Christian Care receives quality award

Christian Care receives quality award

Christian Care Retirement Community has been recognized by the National Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative.

Alexin casting system lifts product offerings

Alexin casting system lifts product offerings

Earlier this year, Alexin LLC purchased a Wagstaff 9-inch billet casting system, which has officially been installed at their aluminum casthouse.

Bi-County receives Chamber honor

Bi-County receives Chamber honor

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce and ambassadors surprised the staff at Bi-County Services with the July Business of the Month recognition.

Three more days of irritation, courtesy of ‘legal’ fireworks

To the residents of the great state of Iowa — Hawkeye Iowa, Dubuque, Des Moines, Davenport, Marshalltown, Mason City, Keokuk, Ames, Clear Lake, as cited by Meredith Willson in “The Music Man” — I have a...

Local store marks 35 years

Local store marks 35 years

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce congratulates A Harvest of Health

iAB Bank lists new hires, promotions

iAB Financial Bank has hired a new mortgage originator for its Warren office and has promoted two area officers, one at Bluffton and one at Markle.

Fixing it up

Fixing it up

Workers from the Bluffton Lowe’s store made improvements to the T-Ball diamond at Lions Park

Franklin merges European facilities

Franklin Electric has approved a plan to close its Wittlich, Germany, manufacturing facility.

Local Pizza Hut general manager leaving

Local Pizza Hut general manager leaving

John Patterson, who started at the Bluffton Pizza Hut 10 years ago, is leaving after July 7.

Barkley Builders to build in Berne

Quad Properties Inc. has selected Barkley Builders Inc. of Ossian as the general contractor for a 15,200-square-foot, 16-unit addition to Eastview Apartments complex in Berne.

Donating to the Greenway

Donating to the Greenway

Ossian State Bank has donated to the “Revitalize our Rivergreenway” fund drive.

Wells’ jobless rate remains at 4.6%

Wells County unemployment rate remained at 4.6 percent in May, according to figures released Friday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. The DWD’s preliminary jobless rate for May shows only seven of...

Metaldyne thanked for business

Metaldyne thanked for business

Leadership from the City of Bluffton and Wells County, along with representation from the State of Indiana, traveled to the home office of Metaldyne LLC this...

Showing appreciation

Showing appreciation

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce held a member appreciation lunch Thursday on the patio of the Arts, Commerce and Visitors Centre. Nearly 250 people...

Annual car show boosts Alzheimer’s research

Annual car show boosts Alzheimer’s research

River Terrace Estates held their annual Memorial Day weekend car show on Saturday, May 24, with 93 cars registered, Over $2,000 was raised to benefit the...

Runyon elected to statewide position

Runyon elected to statewide position

Bluffton Clerk Treasurer Tami Runyon was elected as a state officer for the Indiana League of Municipal Clerk Treasurers at its 78th annual conference and...

Donut shop has new name, owners

Donut shop has new name, owners

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce and Ambassadors welcomed and congratulated new owners Dong Wang and Yan Hong Chen of Bluffton Donuts.

Hartman named VP  at Ossian State Bank

Hartman named VP at Ossian State Bank

Mark Hartman has joined Ossian State Bank as vice president of business banking, David Morrison, president and CEO, announced this week.

Purdue, 4-H named business of the month

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce and ambassadors have named the 4-H Association and P urdue Cooperative Extension as the Business of the Month for the June.

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