New Wapsie Valley Superintendent Dave Larson, Elementary Principal Dana Harskamp and Secondary Principal Samantha Thornton pose for a photo.
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The Wapsie Valley Secondary School building north entrance.
Parking will be changing along this block of Leroy Street to help alleviate some visibility issues which cause traffic hazards for drivers.
AUDUBON - The City Council is proposing changes to parking along Leroy Street on the block south of the Audubon County Courthouse.
Operations staffer Cassie Reinking and real estate loan officer Laura Frana work the drive-through at Community Bank of Oelwein, which is open from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 7:30 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
A Husky Cub Club flyer promotes saving at Community Bank of Oelwein.
SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. — Three Oswayo Valley Middle School students traveled to Eaton Power Systems in Warrendale Feb. 22 to compete in the annual IndEEE 500 cm Robot Car Race.
FAIRBANK — The Fairbank Food Center has been under new management by a familiar face since late last year.
Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the utmost dedication to the organization through their desire to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
JOHNSONBURG — Magisterial District Judge James L. Martin presided over several preliminary hearings Feb. 26.
Frog jumpers during "Swamped" are Skylar Bentley, Schuyler Sheldon and Waylon Linkermann.
Instrument players during the “Swamped” concert Thursday are, clockwise, Zoey Eschweiller, Jeremy Rader, Wyatt Roth and Nevaeh Heitland.
Dancers during the “Swamped” concert on Thursday are, clockwise beginning with the girl: Elise Schauf, Felix Rinella, Damon Rader, Braxton Casey and Chase Rugger.
John Shay manipulates an imitation snake during the “Swamped” winter concert on Thursday.
Tambourine players pictured during the “Swamped” concert on Thursday are Nia Reid, Nevaeh Serrano and Colton Arnold.
First-graders Sarah Rodriguez, Myra Eubanks and Ava Arnold play butterflies in “Song for a Butterfly” by Elizabeth Gilpatrick in “Swamped,” the first- and second-grade winter vocal concert, on Thursday at the Williams Center for the Arts.
Wings Park first- and second-graders delivered a choreographed chorus about the creatures of the swamp during their winter concert, “Swamped,” on Thursday.
Maggie Lu Howard, 5, daughter of Heather Marshall and RJ Howard, of DeMotte, displays her hand-made sign she plans to take to Saturday's rally to save Indiana Beach. "We have to save Indiana Beach," she said. The rally is set for noon Saturday at the north entrance of the park near the free …
JASPER/NEWTON COUNTIES - – Jasper Newton Foundation recently announced its new Governing Board of Directors. In April of 2018, the Jasper Newton Foundation, Inc. reorganized its board structure to incorporate a Governing Board of Directors with equal members living in Jasper and Newton Coun…
DEMOTTE — Oak Grove Christian Retirement Village held an open house to dedicate its new memory care wing, named “Oak Street.” The new wing is nearly ready for people with dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease to come and reside. On Thursday evening, a dedication ceremony included a blessing by Chapla…
WHEATFIELD — In their second meeting of the year, the new town council heard complaints from a couple who said their neighbor built a pole barn the is not in compliance with building ordinances in the town. The woman said the pole barn was built on the property line and it’s in the easement,…
The Unit 9 School Board has tasked members of the community, the district and the board to look at future building usage in the district .
KENTLAND - K9 Batman entertained the Kentland Rotary Club during their regular Tuesday meal at noon at the Kentland Community Center. Newton County Drug Task Force Investigator Vince Lowe gave a demonstration on Batman’s capabilities. Officer Lowe is the Narcotics Investigator for the Drug T…
WATSEKA – Iroquois Memorial Hospital (IMH), an east-central Illinois-based hospital serving patients throughout the central Illinois and west central Indiana regions, announced that IMH clinical providers are collaborating with oncology specialists at Cancer Treatment Centers of America Chic…
HAMILTON COUNTY - The Indiana Invasives Initiative (III) is hosting its first statewide conference on Thursday, March 26 at the Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds and Conference Center. The conference will run from 9 am to 5 pm and is packed with amazing speakers and information. The event provi…
DuBOIS — The managers of the City of DuBois and Sandy Township recently met with potential consolidation study vendors to review details of the Request for Proposals (RFP) and to answer any questions.
RENSSELAER - Franciscan Health Rensselaer is hosting a Lunch and Learn series. The series will meet multiple times throughout the year, starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020. It will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (CST) in Conference Room A-B at Franciscan Health Rensselaer, located at 1104 …
DELPHI — The memories of Liberty Herman and Abigail Williams will be in the spotlight in February 2021 when the 2021 NBA All-Star Game is staged in Indianapolis.
Emergency personnel were dispatched at 10:50 a.m. Friday to a vehicle fire on the 3400-block of Philipsburg Bigler Highway, Decatur Township. Assisting at the scene was the Philipsburg Fire Department, Moshannon Valley EMS and Clearfield-based state police.
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana School Board Association held its second annual ISBA Statehouse Day at the Indianapolis Downtown Marriott Hotel in Indianapolis, Indiana on February 11, 2020.
BUFFALO — The Catholic Diocese of Buffalo filed for bankruptcy Friday morning as it faces hundreds of lawsuits alleging decades of child sexual abuse and cover-ups.
ST MARYS — A group of students at St. Marys Area Middle School is continuously focused on bringing positivity to fellow students and staff members.
Jennifer Renz, scholarship recipient, was able to put her "new education towards the most positive outcome and inspire others to do same."
ST MARYS — St. Marys Area Middle School hosted its first “Mini-Thon” event Feb. 21, raising funds for pediatric cancer research through dancing, games and a good time.
BROCKWAY – Seventh-grade students at Brockway Area Junior Senior High School are racing cars for science.
WASHINGTON D.C — Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated nine Indiana counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers who suffered losses caused by three separate disaster events may be eligible for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) emergency loans.
DuBOIS — Author and DuBois native Sarah MacCready, who goes by “S.E. MacCready,” just released the second book in a trilogy, with plans to release the third this fall.
Q: When will we see the aging Geneva Byrne Dairy store come down as part of a project to build a new facility on the site?
MILO — A longtime Yates County company has apparently gone out of business after the parent company in Tennessee filed for bankruptcy amid a police investigation.
Learn more about the novel coronavirus at https://idph.iowa.gov/Emerging-Health-Issues/Novel-Coronavirus.
AUDUBON - When a new virus like coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) emerges on the public health scene, there are many questions. It is normal to be concerned about COVID-19, which has caused so much illness and death in China. Public health officials take every disease outbreak seriously and …
MANCHESTER — Manchester Town Supervisor Jeff Gallahan has won the endorsement of the Ontario County Conservative Party in his bid for the 131st state Assembly seat.
KEUKA PARK — Commencement won’t be the only momentous day on the Keuka College calendar in May. The college has scheduled the inauguration of its 20th president, Amy Storey, on Friday, May 1.
Children in the newly expanded Bradford Family YMCA Early Learning Center visit on Thursday with Barb Sweitzer, CEO of the YMCA of the Twin Tiers, at right, and Stacie Titus, Bradford Y executive director, at left. Childcare workers Hannah Ervin and Taylor Slaven are shown in the back.