V-Tech Engineering has added a second location, a 21,000-square-foot building just east of the Adams-Wells county line.
Chamber official says meeting Monday probably won’t solve downtown dilemma
River Road has reopened, but the ice-damaged Rivergreenway will be closed for quite a while
Ossian Town Manager Luann Martin doesn’t want Ossian residents to panic over the safety of Ossian drinking water just because the town missed a test on the water.
Bluffton Mayor Ted Ellis will present his annual “State of the City” address at noon Wednesday, Feb. 26, in the dining room of the Timber Ridge Golf Club,...
The Bluffton Board of Public Works and Safety did some financial rearranging and hired an employee for the Bluffton/Wells County Animal Shelter Tuesday afternoon.
Ossian and Bluffton must accept revised numbers
Adelynn Means, a 20-month-old toddler, will be the 2014 recipient of this year’s Little Sweetheart Contest. The Bluffton Lions Club sponsors the competition...
Orders of immediate appropriation and the appointment of appraisers has been filed in Wells Circuit Court in the case of the State of Indiana against Linda K. Kelly, Bluffton, and First S & S LLC, rural Bluffton, and in...
County easing travel restrictions, schools still closed
After 44 years with the city, Elmer Pate, right, celebrated his retirement during an open house Monday afternoon. With the exception of three months, Pate...
Police trying to determine who was driving
Bluffton firefighters discuss a fire in a vacant mobile home at 818 Avondale Drive in Mobile Manor Friday evening.
A report on the 100 block of West Market Street was the highlight of what was otherwise a routine end-of-year meeting for the Bluffton Board of Public Works and Safety.
County gets a price tag
If you are reading this Saturday morning in northeastern Indiana, it’s probably white outside the window. Snow started falling sometime around 8:30 p.m. in...
Saturday evening’s scheduled boys basketball games involving Wells County teams have been postponed.
Ossian Hometown Christmas
B-H board looks at elementary school growth options