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City grants tax abatement as A.T. Ferrell Co. replaces machine and will add two jobs
Former Bluffton resident is in movie that makes cable TV debut Friday
Preliminary pleas of not guilty were entered for the three Chinese citizens arrested over the weekend for allegedly using stolen credit card information to buy gift cards at Walmart.
Midland LLC will be able to build a new, “nicer looking” sign along Ind. 1 in Bluffton, after the Wells County Board of Zoning Appeals approved the company’s request Tuesday.
The Bluffton Fire Department has hired a new full-time firefighter.
If you’re still weighing Christmas gift options for those local high school sports enthusiasts on your list, Northern Wells Community Schools might soon have you covered.
More good employment news for Ossian and Wells County was shared at Monday night’s Ossian Town Council meeting.
Norwell Middle School students soon will make up the first chapter of the National Junior Honor Society in Wells County.
An Ossian man convicted last month of illegal activities at his Fort Wayne trade shop regarding stolen property from Wells County was sentenced to prison Monday.
The Salvation Army bell ringers have started their annual appeal.
Three Chinese nationals are incarcerated at the Wells County Jail after they allegedly tried to use a wad of stolen credit cards to purchase Walmart gift cards Saturday.
Community Thanksgiving service at the Sonlight Wesleyan Church
Bluffton will hold its annual lighting ceremony and welcome Santa Claus to town on Friday evening, Nov. 28.
First Reformed Church’s community Thanksgiving feast being prepared for Thursday
Cold and snowy weather may be a delight for the Christmas season, but it may have slowed preparations last week for the second annual Wonderland of Lights exhibit at the Ouabache State Park.
Wabash River Otters
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