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A Bluffton man is being held at the Wells County Jail under $100,000 bond after he allegedly used the credit card of a female acquaintance to run up more than $1,400 in fraudulent charges.
Not guilty pleas have been entered in Wells Circuit Court for three Muncie residents charged with conspiring together to steal merchandise from the Bluffton Walmart Supercenter.
Insurance denies treatment for Gary Dickson’s cancer, but couple’s still optimistic
A $10 million contract to renovate and expand Bluffton-Harrison Elementary School could be handed out in mid-March.
Bluffton’s Parks Department honored as state’s best
A man charged in Indianapolis late Thursday for an August murder of teen girl was arrested earlier this month in Bluffton.
ISP’s Mawhorr returns to Bluffton, reinforces views on drug abusers’ choices.
Two events on back-to-back days this summer have earned the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department two statewide awards.
The latest proposal to revamp a government program that provides discounts for Internet access and telecommunications for public schools would include a hike in consumers’ phone bills.
An inmate in the Wells County Jail is facing four felony charges in connection with the alleged rape of a woman in Allen County 15 years ago.
The Wells County Election Board has set a date for a hearing on complaints concerning voting at the Wells County Courthouse this fall.
Owners of location for interim town hall want Markle to pay for wear and tear to building — and be liable for accidents
A water main broke Tuesday afternoon on North Main Street
The 27-year-old fire truck the Bluffton Fire Department is replacing will soon be owned by another Wells County fire department.
Ted Smith has been selected as Bluffton’s first building commissioner.
A fire at a hog house in the southwest part of the county required the efforts of many rural fire departments early Tuesday evening.
NWCS sets up plan to deal with Ebola
Explaining how the state decides how it will grade schools was a challenge facing Southern Wells Junior/Senior High School Principal Chad Yencer and Elementary School Principal John Purcell Tuesday night.
Students at Lancaster Central Elementary School hold up shoeboxes containing gifts for children around the world.