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MSD announces eLearning, parent teach conferences on Oct. 12
By The Paper staff
 
MSD of Wabash County will host parent teacher conferences and a student eLearning day on Thursday, Oct. 12.
 
Posted on 2017 Oct 10
Local families touched by Civil War

Editor’s note: The following are a series of stories about local families who, in one way or another, have been touched by the Civil War.

Family Losses
By Jennifer McSpadden

Some of the most tragic Civil War stories involve the families who suffered multiple losses.

There is a house on the corner of Wabash and Sinclair streets in Wabash that has a very sad history. Three brothers from that house, Richard, Charles, and William went to fight in the Civil War in the 101st Indiana Regiment, two in Company F, one in Company A. They never came home. They lie in graves in Tennessee and Georgia, and one in Andersonville.

Posted on 2017 Oct 10
MSO to debut ĎA Family Portraití

Union soldier Tyler Houghtaling penned some of the letters which “A Family Portrait” is based on. Photo provided

By David Fenker

NORTH MANCHESTER -- The Manchester Symphony Orchestra will begin its 79th season with a unique oratorio written by one of its own, titled “A Family Portrait”.

All area residents are invited to experience a Civil War encampment before the concert, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, in Manchester University’s Cordier Auditorium.

According to a release from the university, Dr. Debra Lynn, MU’s director of choral organizations and voice study, composed the oratorio, which will feature Grammy-winning baritone Daniel Belcher and Judy Marlett, who found the letters on which the show is based, as soloists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on 2017 Oct 10
Smokehouse to open at former Joe's

Trent and Diane Miller pose for a photo near their new sign for the 380 Smokehouse & Grill. Formerly Not Your Average Joe’s, the restaurant will soon feature smoked meat options. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Not Your Average Joe’s has closed, but the restaurant will soon be reopened with a new name, look and menu.

Restaurant owners Trent and Diane Miller originally opened Joe’s Diner in 2008 at the intersection of U.S. 24 and State Road 13 before the couple moved the restaurant in 2013 to it’s current location at 380 Manchester Ave., renaming it Not Your Average Joe’s.

Posted on 2017 Oct 03
Naloxone training to begin soon
By David Fenker
 
Free community training with a drug to reduce the effects of opioids will soon by available to Wabash County.
 
Wabash County Public Health Nurse Lori Foust received permission Monday, Oct. 2, from the county commissioners to conduct the training using kits as part of a grant from the Indiana State Department of Health (IDOH).
 
“We have support from Dr. [James] Rudolph at the ER, and we also have a letter from the Bowen Center supporting the program and a request from White’s Residential to conduct training there to provide naloxone to the public,” Foust said.
 
Posted on 2017 Oct 03
Unger withdraws plans for Unger Mountain
By Joseph Slacian
 
Unger Mountain is no more.
 
Sean Unger, owner of the 50-foot climbing tower, appeared before the Wabash County Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday, Sept. 26, for permission to locate the wall on another portion of land owned by his parents, Sam and Deanna Unger.
 
The wall has been the subject of much scrutiny for several months, for some neighbors believe that it was originally built on land that was part of the Legacy Ridge subdivision. 
 
Posted on 2017 Oct 03
Wabash honors Ford, Daughtry as Mr. and Mrs. Alumni

Steve Ford and Vanessa Daughtry (from left) smile after receiving the Wabash High School Mr. and Mrs. Alumni Awards at the football homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 29. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Wabash High School honored former students Steve Ford and Vanessa (Lester) Daughtry Friday night, Sept. 29, as Mr. and Mrs. Alumni.

Ford, a class of 1976 graduate, is the president of The Ford Meter Box Company. In 2015, he was inducted into WHS’s Hall of Distinction for his local efforts and accomplishments with the Honeywell Foundation, United Fund and Wabash Community Service.

 

Posted on 2017 Oct 03
County Council adopts $19M budget
By Emma Rausch
 
After a 6-1 vote, the Wabash County Council adopted a $19 million budget for 2018 Monday night, Sept. 25.
 
In total, the budget amounted to $19,195,214 with a $10,127,210 General Fund, an assessed value of $1,331,828,759 and a state appointed estimated 2018 max levy at $4,827,598, Auditor Marcie Shepherd told The Paper of Wabash County.
 
Posted on 2017 Oct 03

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