The petition and remonstrance race to determine the fate of the Bluffton-Harrison Elementary expansion will run from Friday, Aug. 15, through Monday, Sept. 15, Superintendent Wayne Barker said at Monday’s school board...
Seven seats are open on Wells County’s three school boards, and residents can now collect signatures to qualify to run for one of them.
BHS grad takes home the gold for Indy fire coverage
Bluffton High School Principal Steve Baker spoke with several of the nation’s legislators last week, and though all said they want Indiana to receive a waiver from federal education legislation, they said they don’t...
Starting next week, a group of 15 Bluffton High School students and three adult chaperones from Bluffton will be traveling to Europe. They’ll be launching a...
People to decide whether or not school project is a go
It’s a near-certainty that there will be a petition battle concerning the renovation of the Bluffton-Harrison Elementary School.
Wells County’s public school districts will receive $115,000 for school safety after officials promised about $9 million in grant money to more than 250 schools statewide Wednesday.
98 graduates turn tassels in Tiger Den Friday evening Four years ago, the members of the Class of 2014 stood in the cafetorium of Bluffton High School and...
Click here to watch a slide show of pictures from the BHS grdaution May 30, 2014
Outta my way
Outstanding Seniors for the class of 2014
Bluffton presents annual awards
Petition drive starts to either go forward with or stop BHES project
If 100 people say they’re opposed, a petition race will eventually settle the matter
One by one they made their way up to the stage. At about 40-second intervals, they gave their names and said what their plans were.
Proposed expansion of elementary school would add 11 classrooms Bluffton-Harrison school board members will vote Monday during a special meeting at the...
Schoolwide art show Thursday evening in the BHES cafeteria
Joshua Alexander Streveler is valedictorian and Joshua Nathan Rash is salutatorian of Bluffton High School’s Class of 2014.
Echoing the lament and frustrations of other school boards, Bluffton-Harrison school board members voted to increase by 10 cents lunch prices for students paying full price.