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City needs site for new water filtration plant

Mayor Ted Ellis puts it this way: If you have some land on the Bluffton’s south or southwest ...

Cannon moved, but wheel comes off

The Civil War-era cannon which has been a fixture on the plaza of the Wells County ...

NWCS board honors deceased student’s achievements

Tuesday night, members of the Northern Wells School Board recognized that fact by ...

Southern Wells wants school resource officer

Southern Wells Community Schools is one step closer to getting a school resource officer. ...

Sports Roundup: 6-20-18

Koufax League  Quality Car Care 13, Bluffton Elks 10 In a game played Monday, June 18, Quality Car Care defeated Bluffton Elks by a final score...

Cubs beat Dodgers 2-1 in 10 innings for doubleheader split

By MATT CARLSON Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — Albert Almora Jr. got even. So did the Chicago C

Five-time British Open champion Peter Thomson dies aged 88

By DENNIS PASSA AP Sports Writer Hailed as a hero to some and as golf royalty to others, Peter Tho

The all-time NBA draft — the best pick from every slot

By TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer There’s a definitive answer every year to the question of w

Senior Living, Summer 2018

Berne couple has a 'store' of store; Decatur's Don Christianer; Bluffton's Bob Buehl gets into the newspaper business. Click here to view the full...

N-B Photos: 181 graduate from Norwell High School

The Class of 2018 at Norwell High School officially graduated Sunday afternoon.

N-B Photos: Wells honors soldiers on Memorial Day

Memorial Day services were held in Bluffton and Ossian Monday. Learn more in the ...

N-B Photos: The Pallet Barn burns

more in the Friday, May 25, News-Banner ...
Pvt. Jaron Stoppenhagen, a 2016 graduate from Norwell High School, recently graduated from the...
Laura Stroud has received recognition on the Indiana Wesleyan University Dean’s List for the...
Timothy Decker, a 1985 graduate of Norwell High School and a 1989 graduate of...
Markle Boy Scout Troop 128 recently on painting fire hydrants around town. Pictured are...
Five Points School Pancake and Sausage Breakfast June 23 Members of Friends of Five Points School...
Several months ago, on the occasion of state legislators yet again mulling the rescue...
The Harvard University admissions process appears to be an ongoing microaggression against Asian-Americans. A group...
When the Justice Department inspector general’s report revealed that former FBI director James B....
Across my travels in the Midwest I’ve stumbled on a few places where civic-minded...
Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., wonders: “Is there any doubt that America would view a...
For more than a decade, Congress has refused to deal with a broken immigration...
Former Norwell High School graduate Noah James Patten has graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence...
The Bluffton Elks Lodge 796 made a donation in the amount of $1,000 to the Markle ...
The Wells County Chamber of Commerce will host a Business Before Hours event at...
Sadie Dillon, an Ossian native, has joined the Fort Wayne law firm of Barrett...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s unemployment rate was flat in May from April, marking a...
By KEVIN LEININGER (Fort Wayne) News-Sentinel The administration of Mayor Tom Henry says it will pursue the...

N-B Photos: Southern Wells graduation 2018

Learn more in the Monday, June 4, News-Banner. (Photos, video by Jessica Bricker)

N-B Photos: 181 graduate from Norwell High School

The Class of 2018 at Norwell High School officially graduated Sunday afternoon.

N-B Photos: BHS Class of 2018 graduates

Ninety-eight seniors graduated from Bluffton High School Friday night. Slideshow by Devan Filchak

N-B Photos: Wells honors soldiers on Memorial Day

Memorial Day services were held in Bluffton and Ossian Monday. Learn more in the ...

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Today's news: Southern Wells wants school resource officer; City needs site for new water filtratio

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Today's news: County puts $30K into sewer district’s coffers; B-H gets grant to aid students in

Trump sends mixed signals on immigration

By LISA MASCARO and ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told Ho

Man charged in neglect of horses

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A man has been charged with animal cruelty after authorities say two dead

Trump, GOP to meet as outrage builds over border policy

By DUSTIN WEAVER and ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Calls are mounting on Capitol

Builder optimism dissipates with prospect of trade war with China

NEW YORK (AP) — The threat of a trade war with Canada has taken a toll on the confidence of U.S. h

What’s Up!: 6-20-18

Five Points School Pancake and Sausage Breakfast June 23 Members of Friends of Five Points Schoo

What’s Up! 6-19-18

Music instruction at  Arts Place June 21-26 Arts Place in Portland will offer individual and grou

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