Ossian couple seeks aid to help provide therapy for daughter’s disabilities
Incumbents and candidates can now start filing to fill the seven seats that will help govern Wells County’s public schools for the next four years.
Another year in the books
The Lutheran Health Network is moving its occupational health services operation from Bluffton Regional Medical Center’s south campus to Bluffton’s north side.
Members earn almost $151,000 in revenue after selling more than 200 animals
Sales at this summer’s Premier Auction topped $6,500 for the first time in the event’s 26-year history as buyers supported more than 20 4-H’ers by purchasing wheat, soybeans, corn, cakes and more.
Ashton Prible, a 10-year 4-H member, was preparing her pig for the annual auction when she heard someone say her name over the public announcement system.
16-year-old Norwell student picks up 4-H livestock honor
Company to seek $10 million in revenue bonds
Erika Beavans, 5, smiles as she struggles to pull the weight during the children’s pedal pull Wednesday evening.
Bluffton retirement community, $14 million in debt, files bankruptcy; no change in day-to-day operations
City council approves 2nd reading on 5-0 vote
Performers wow back-up judges
An early morning lightning strike heavily damaged the Willowbrook Addition home of Daniel and Sarah Bertsch, 311 Greenbriar Drive.
Residents living in Bluffton’s west side lost power for about 90 minutes Tuesday, after a semi trailer accidentally snagged a sagging cable television line and pulled a pole down.
The Board of Zoning Appeals approved, though not always unanimously, its five requests Tuesday, including one to reduce a setback to zero feet.
River Terrace Estates, the Bluffton retirement community that serves 120 residents, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reorganize some $14 million of bond...
Jordyn Shaffer is Miss Wells County; Brianna Bolinger is Miss Wells County Teen winner
McKenna King, 5, reaches the end of the zip line at the 4-H Fair Monday.
Rural Warren farmer James Blinn has filed a civil tort against the county and two engineering firms, claiming negligence and seeking damages for flooding of his field.