Saturday, November 18, 2017

The ducks are down

The preliminary figures are in for the annual Duck Race on the Wabash ...

Loving Shepherd efforts take hurricane’s punch

Watch a video message from LSM By MARK MILLER Bluffton has taken a direct hit from Hurricane Matthew. Not literally of course, but in the numerous programs and facilities...

Four charges filed against high-speed chase suspect

By GLEN WERLING A Bluffton man faces multiple charges in Wells Superior Court after he allegedly led police on a high speed chase Tuesday. Trae D....

Mother of slain boy could get 20 years

A 23-year-old Bluffton woman has entered into a guilty plea agreement in the case of her 3-year-old son’s January 2015 death ...

‘Star of Bethlehem’ sky show will be offered in Bluffton

The 20-minute program will focus on “the social impact of the star of Bethlehem, what might have ...

City’s regulations on sanitary sewage system will be revised

By DAVE SCHULTZ Bluffton is in the process of rewriting its rules and regulations about wastewater collection and treatment. Ernie Castle, superintendent of the city’s wastewater...

FCS meets $500K goal in capital campaign

By JESSICA WILLIAMS Family Centered Services announced Tuesday that the agency has met its capital campaign goal of $500,000. FCS staff settled into the new location...

Bids come in low for two matching grant bridge projects

By JESSICA WILLIAMS Letters of intent to award bids will advance two Community Crossings matching grant bridge projects for the county. County Engineer Nate Rumschlag announced...

New ministry planned for AFH building

The former site of A Friend’s House will be used by Community Care of Wells County to ...

Parking restrictions proposed

If streets are 24 feet wide and a car is 8 feet wide, should parking be allowed on both sides of the street? By DAVE...