Local woman to ‘March on Washington’ Saturday

Saturday, when hundreds of thousands of people are expected to take to the streets of the nation’s capital ...

From bills to laws

Another legislative session is officially in the books and, like in past years, state lawmakers tackled many topics related to education ...

Police Notebook: 6-29-17

INCIDENTS City: Wednesday, 1:56 p.m., 1500 block of South Harrison Plaza. Vehicle hit a concrete post. Wednesday, 6:05 p.m., 1200 block of Lancaster Street. Report of a...

Closed

Just before leaving for the day, workers for Jutte Excavating of Fort Recovery, Ohio, drag ...

Kumfer will present barn program to Zanesville Lions Club Monday night

Monday evening, Feb. 13, the Zanesville Lions Club will be having its regular dinner and program. The meal is served at 6:30 p.m. and...

BRMC’s role in treating drug addiction: Stabilize, then relocate

What is Bluffton Regional Medical Center’s role in addiction treatment? “BRMC is not a facility that treats patients with addiction,” said Julie Thompson of BRMC...

Police detain 5 and arrest 2 on traffic and counterfeiting charges

By GLEN WERLING Five people were detained and two were arrested following a traffic stop at KFC in Bluffton shortly before 2 p.m. Friday. Crystal Weemes,...

NWCS budget receives final local OK

By MATTHEW LeBLANC The Northern Wells school board on Tuesday signed off on the district’s 2017 budget. The $24.1 million spending plan is less than the...

Campground gets BZA’s OK for extended stays

The people who run the Bluffton KOA campground got what they wanted from the Wells ...

County Council signals its support for video court plan

By JESSICA WILLIAMS Wells Circuit Court has received the county council’s support in implementing video arraignment. The Wells County Council had no one speak against the...