105 turn tassels at BHS

The gymnasium of Bluffton High School was filled with light Friday night — light from tiny flashlights held by the 105 members of the Class of 2017 ...

One hurt after motorcycle gets hit

Emergency personnel treat 45-year-old Cameron Wright of Mulberry after his Harley motorcycle was clipped as he was traveling eastbound on U.S. 224 in Uniondale Friday afternoon ...

Police chief asks Board of Works to fire sergeant

The Bluffton police chief wants to fire one of the department’s three sergeants, and the city’s Board of Public Works and Safety will decide Tuesday whether that will happen ...

Wells native was victim of World War II Japanese bombing raid

On Dec. 26, 1943, Electrician’s Mate Second Class Gerald Eugene Lesh was one of 273 crew members engaged in battle aboard the USS Brownson against Japanese forces in the South Pacific ...

Warm day, cold water

Mayor Ted Ellis reacts to the chilly water Friday morning after the new splash pad at Roush Park was officially turned on for public...

Police Notebook: 5-27-17

INCIDENTSCity:Friday, 11:47 a.m., 1000 block of South Main Street. Report of a man who was having thoughts about hurting someone he lives with. Officer...

Wells Court Docket: 5-27-17

Wells Superior CourtCriminal CasesTyson E. Brooks, 39, rural Craigville, pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle with an alcohol content equivalency of .08 percent or...

County teens participate in May leadership forum

Fifty-one students from Bluffton High School, Norwell High School, Southern Wells High School and Kingdom Academy participated in a Youth Leadership Forum earlier this...

SWHS recognizes achievement of underclassmen

Southern Wells recognized underclassmen during a special awards ceremony last week at the high school.Recognized were:• Alexander Roberts: Geometry Most Improved Student.• Alexis Eckelbarger:...

An unlikely makeover

Norwell High School students painted this snow plow for the Indiana Department of Transportation’s “Paint the Plow” program. The plow will be attached to...