Bluffton firefighters found themselves in a predicament last year when they were faced with an unusual situation: Two major fuel spills from traffic accidents...
A Bluffton man was sentenced to more than six decades behind bars Friday in Wells Circuit Court. David C. Ennik, 51, was found guilty by a jury earlier this...
Plans becoming final for the 104th Bluffton Free Street Fair The countdown is getting shorter. Joe Ayers, vice president of the board of directors of the Bluffton Street Fair (formal name: Bluffton Free Street Fair and...
Check out all the fun from the city’s Luau Party on Aug. 23.
Due to the Labor Day holiday, several local offices will be closed Monday.
Speaker addresses Wells County’s need for 1,500 additional child care spots
A new group from the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department has been formed to encourage healthy lifestyles in young girls.
The former Bluffton High School teacher facing a charge of child seduction appeared in Wells Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon.
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A Fort Wayne man was sentenced to six years in prison following his guilty plea in Wells Circuit Court to auto theft.
Wayne Barker, superintendent of the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District, said Wednesday afternoon that he was “deeply saddened” by the events that led to the arrest of Josh Clark, a former mathematics...
From Montpelier to Zanesville, there’s plenty to do
A former Bluffton High School math teacher has been arrested on a charge of child seduction, a Class C felony.
BHS graduate speaks about life after high school
Variances that would have allowed construction of a communications tower along Ind. 124 west of Bluffton was denied Tuesday night by the Wells County Board of Zoning Appeals.
When Ossian resident Jon Sherburne learned he’d won a 2013 Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle, he was incredulous.
From 14 times more to 14 times less, the appraisal for the CVS signage relocation has been filed in Wells Circuit Court.
Dog park at Indiana and Market streets set for ribbon-cutting Saturday
The “official” count won’t be made for another couple of weeks, but enrollment in the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District appears to be up again for the 2014-15 school year.
Preliminary pleas of not guilty have been entered for two Bluffton women in connection with a series of thefts that allegedly occurred July 3 through 6 at the Bluffton Walmart store.