Saturday, January 20, 2018

Markle to move historic log home

Support is mounting to preserve a historic log house believed to be the first or one of the first structures in ...

Donations still needed for 4-H Park restrooms

Exterior work on the new restroom building is wrapping up at the Wells County 4-H Park, but there’s still quite a bit of work that needs ...

Sledding and smiling in some frigid air

Temperatures in the teens didn’t keep a group of children from the icy Lancaster Park sledding hill Thursday afternoon. Pictured are 9-year-old Elizabeth Garner,...

Police Notebook 12-19-2016

INCIDENTS City: Friday, 8:02 a.m., Snider Tire, 1400 W. Wiley Ave. Tires stolen from business. Friday, 12:42 p.m., Wal-Mart pharmacy, 2100 N. Main St. Customer attempted to...

Jailers or deputy? Council may have to decide

If forced to chose, Council President Todd Mahnensmith wanted to know what was most ...

ISTEP+ is underway, despite a small glitch

By MATTHEW LeBLANC An outage involving Amazon’s cloud service affected ISTEP+ testing Tuesday in Bluffton. Technology Director Scott Ribich of the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District said...

Bluffton-Harrison School Board – District 3

Heath Schlagenhauf 7447E Ind. 218, Bluffton Schlagenhauf, 42, is a farmer and is currently a member of the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District’s board of trustees. He is...

Power problem

Several businesses were left without power Monday afternoon after crews were called to 706 N. Main St., where a fire on a pole had...

Police Notebook: 8-23-16

INCIDENTS City: Monday, 8:09 a.m., Wells County EMS requested at Pretzel’s Inc., 123 Harvest Road, for an employee that had passed out. Monday, 9:39 a.m., Wabash Central...

Man in court, accused of stealing three firearms

By JESSICA WILLIAMS A Bluffton man charged with stealing three firearms has appeared in court. A preliminary plea of not guilty was entered in Wells Superior...