Scott Mossburg and Tamara Dunmoyer answered questions Wednesday night in a run-up to the May 6 GOP primary for District 1 County Commissioner
Once again, the county’s public high schools’ graduation rates exceeded the state average, with more than 90 percent of students finishing their high school careers with diplomas.
A string of recent daytime burglaries in the area has caused concern for the Wells County Sheriff’s Department.
It’s the small details that keep a town running, and Wednesday night’s meeting of the Markle Town Council was a lot of those little details.
A child safety seat clinic will be offered this weekend by the Bluffton Police Department.
Ossian Elementary fourth-grade student Collin Holder pets a pig held by Bill Horan
The Bluffton Common Council approved something Tuesday night it had never been asked to do before: It granted a tax abatement on real estate improvements that are planned but do not yet exist.
In honor of and to compensate for all of the work he did on this year’s girls’ track team, members of the Southern Wells school board Tuesday night approved of paying the estate of Chris Killingbeck $1,500.
Northern Wells school board members Tuesday unanimously approved a contract paying $51,728.50 for a school resource officer.
The federal government has essentially banned Pepsi, snack cakes and Bosco’s pizza — and perhaps $250 in sales a day — from Norwell High School, Northern Wells school board members learned Tuesday.
A Fort Wayne man believed to be the gunman in the robbery of the Ossian PNC Bank last May has pleaded guilty to one of the counts filed against him.
A Friend’s House, a residential facility for women on Bluffton’s south side, has received a $50,000 grant from the Fort Wayne-based Lutheran Foundation to use for operating expenses in 2014. The grant was announced...
April snow showers flatten the flowers as this daffodil attests to this morning.
A multitude of different topics, including historically controversial ones, were covered during the first of two candidate forums this week.
Vote on necessary HVAC, roofing repairs set for April 28
Poor Ossian finds itself in the same predicament as other communities around the state — too many streets in poor condition and not enough cash in the budget to fix them all.
The official first day of spring was Thursday, March 20.
An electrical short started a small fire in a bedroom at 2724E-250N Saturday evening after a busy 24 hours for the Bluffton Fire Department.
Dozens of umbrellas were unfurled as decorations for the annual spring benefit auction and dinner for the Wells County Creative Arts Council Saturday night.
Fundraiser for the family of Chris “Taco” Killingbeck held