Monday, September 24, 2018

GM workers train to make new Silverado at Allen County plant

With about 4,000 employees, it is northeast Indiana’s largest manufacturer ...

Stylus nets April Chamber honor

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce staff and ambassadors honored Rick Elwell, Rob Caylor and their staff of Stylus Technologies located at 961 N....

Prible finishes year 2 of institute

Erin Prible, Wells County Chamber of Commerce executive director, has completed her second year at the Institute for Organization Management, a four-year nonprofit leadership...

Elks Lodge encourages scholarship applications

By JESSICA BRICKER The Bluffton Elks Lodge 796 has awarded an estimate $150,000 in scholarships in 40-plus years as one of the ways it gives...

Wilson’s Auto and Diesel Repair opens

The Wells County Chamber of Commerce staff and Ambassadors celebrated with Keith Wilson, owner of Wilson’s Automotive & Diesel Repair, 827 W. Cherry St.,...

Kevin Sills joins Ossian State Bank

Kevin Sills has joined Ossian State Bank as vice president and business banker. “Kevin brings over ten years of experience in the financial industry,” said...

Teen’s grant used for Christmas meals

Mallory Dove, member of the FCC Youth Group, was recently awarded a $500 Youth As Resources grant to complete a community service project entitled...

Treasury chief hopes trade standoffs can be resolved

By PAUL WISEMAN and MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writers WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank repeatedly warned at their meetings this...

Reiff receives honors for serving on board

Heritage Pointe Communities recently recognized outgoing United Methodist Memorial Home Board of Trustees member Paul Reiff. Rev. James D. Jones, president of the board, presented...

Survey distances education from joblessness

By DAVE SCHULTZ It sounds like a common-sense conclusion, and the numbers bear it out: Individuals with more education are much less likely to be...