It’s been a little slower going than expected, but progress is still being made on a directory sign at the intersection of Ind. 124/Adams Street/Lancaster...
BHS industrial technology space gets prepared for welding program
Part 2 of 2 A Friend’s House helps women through past trauma, ‘chaos’
County Election Board will meet Monday afternoon Bluffton Board of Works to meet Tuesday afternoon Bluffton Common Council will meet Tuesday evening
Part 1 of 2 For 10 years, A Friend’s House on Bluffton’s southwest side has provided a place for therapy and training to address the underlying issues of...
Wells County native and Bluffton High School graduate Lauren Petersen will be the speaker for the fourth annual LiGHTen Up! event. The Wells County Foundation...
A community Good Friday service is scheduled for noon April 3 at the First United Methodist Church in Bluffton.
13 area churches listed their Holy Week schedules today
Southern Wells members of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America received top honors at the group’s State Leadership Conference earlier this...
The board of the Wells County Foundation has approved 13 grants, ranging from more than $13,000 to $500, to benefit community programs.
Former Norwell High School boys’ basketball coach Jerry Lewis (left) receives his plaque from Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame President Jim Callane after...
For the second time in about a year, Ouabache State Park is without a property manager.
Indiana lags behind many of its counterparts in other states in terms of maintaining strong public school systems, according to a recent study.
BZA puts occupancy limits on campground’s five housing units
Superintendents, staffers catching up on things while students are on spring break
Returning to normal
Eight people have been arrested over the past two days in connection with a counterfeit pull tab ticket operation that the Indiana State Excise Police believe found victims in 10 counties.
The Bluffton Police Department is purchasing two new vehicles and the manager of the Bluffton wastewater plant wants to buy one.
One round of state standardized testing is finished, and there is little faith among leaders of local schools an upcoming second round will be without problems.
Winter’s last gasp?