Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Indiana law alters how schools draw up their budgets

House Bill 1009, passed by state lawmakers in April, changes how school districts’ budgets are composed. Signed into law by Gov. Eric Holcomb, it creates an Education ...

NESCO seeks $4.8M in lawsuit

NESCO LLC claims that OneSource LLC of Oklahoma City breached the contract by using ...

Markle News: 12-26-17

Today I thought I would take you back to the farm again. Life is better there I think. It’s not so hectic as in the...

Donation to The Closet

Jade Glover, second from left, accepts a donation of $2,523.55 from members of Calvary Lutheran Church. The church, with the help of volunteers and...

Changes in feds’ grad rate could hurt local schools

By MATTHEW LeBLANC New federal education rules will lower graduation rates at Indiana schools and could also affect accountability grades. The rules change how graduation rates are...

Cause determined for Poneto house fire

Fire destroyed a residence owned by ...

Police Notebook: 7-10-18

INCIDENTS City: Monday, 8:47 a.m., 800 S. Dougherty St., Wabash Central Railroad Caboose. Vandalism reported. Plexiglass window was popped out by children but was replaced within...

Wells County 4-H Fair Royal Livestock Showmanship

Royal Showmanship contestants Kayla Kiefer, Aubrey Wenger,and Alyssa Toland fix their eyes on the judge as they try to corral some fussy lambs. Judge...

Council OK’d rezoning, but there’s a water problem

By DAVE SCHULTZ It wasn’t that long ago that the Bluffton Common Council approved the rezoning of property at the south end of Adams Street...

Tenure Awards to Heininger and Ivins

Two 10-year Wells County 4-Hers were recognized Saturday for taking the most projects ...