New schedule for Dustman Road water tower work

The rehabilitation of the water tower on Dustman Road, having been put on hold indefinitely, has been ...

DARE to be bold

Ossian Elementary School fifth grade students sing The DARE Song during ...

Board grants 3 Parks Department workers merit pay increases

Three employees of the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department — Randy Peeper, Terry Leeth, and Paula Deininger ...

City must put $250K into sewer lift station

The sanitary sewer lift station serving the area around the Harrison Plaza shopping center dates from 1985 and it still has its original pumps ...

City council OKs rezoning request

By DAVE SCHULTZ Members of the Bluffton Common Council approved a rezoning request, approved economic incentives for a west side business, approved a couple’s request...

Whicker’s running for mayor; Ellis isn’t

First-term member of the Bluffton Common Council sets sights higher for 2019 By DAVE SCHULTZ The 2018 election season is nowhere near complete, but Republican John...

Horse in training

Cindy Lambert, who does carriage rides in downtown ...

Pair charged in shooting return for court hearings

A motion to reduce the bond for a man charged of attempted murder was denied in Wells Circuit ...

Street Fair visitors’ log listed

The following people signed in at the information booth during the 2018 Bluffton Free Street Fair. Terri Gallman, Alabama Jeremy Poore, Alabama Lynn and Valerie Kipfer, Austin,...

Bluffton hires new police officer

Police Chief Kyle Randall brought the name of a Norwell High School graduate to the Bluffton ...