Rental for use of cell towers to pay for Bicentennial projects

By ZACH OSOWSKI Evansville Courier & Press INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana residents could soon see expanded broadband capabilities, especially in rural areas, after Indiana entered a 50-year lease...

Kemper opens new location

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce staff and Ambassadors congratulated and welcomed Jeff and Amy Kemper with Kemper Flooring to their new location at...

Ticket winner

Erin Holmes, left, with 1-year-old Jackstin Holmes, was the winner of the News-Banner’s drawing for a pair of VIP tickets for Saturday’s Brrr Fest....

Trained up

Seventeen workers from American Axle and Manufacturing, formerly Metaldyne, recently completed training that will allow them to work at higher-paying jobs. Freedom Academy of...

BHS grad Ulmer earns two awards

Bluffton High School graduate John Ulmer, now a resident of Goshen and a partner in the law firm of Yoder, Ainsley, Ulmer & Buckingham,...

New owners open Perfect Pet store

The Wells County Chamber staff and Ambassadors welcomed new owners Amanda Clark and Emily Striker to Perfect Pet Food & Accessories on Saturday, Oct....

GM plans temporary shutdowns at 5 plants

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors will temporarily close five factories next month as it tries to reduce a growing inventory of cars on dealer...

Counseling office will open in Bluffton

New Life Biblical Counseling will open for business soon at 130 1/2 W. Market St. in Bluffton. An open house will be held this evening,...

First Bank of Berne donates to local YFC

First Bank of Berne recently made a donation to Youth for Christ in Wells County. “Youth for Christ reaches young people everywhere,” according to a...

Sit-down restaurant chain sales sagging

NEW YORK (AP) — Customers have been walking away from sit-down chains as convenience and affordability take precedence. Ruby Tuesday said this week that its...