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Former Wabash resident performs at Beef & Boards
Amanda Butterbaugh is Grandma Addams in the musical comedy "The Addams Family." Butterbaugh performs at the the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre in Indianapolis. Photo provided
 
By Emma Rausch
 
Former Wabash resident Amanda Butterbaugh is performing at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre in Indianapolis in the musical comedy “The Addams Family”.
 
From Oct. 8 through Nov. 22, eight shows a week, Butterbaugh plays the part of Grandma Addams, the grandmother of the Addams children, Pugsley and Wednesday.
 
Butterbaugh told The Paper of Wabash County that’s she’s “absolutely mad” about acting, but had to take some time from it to take care of her family.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
City OKs pact with United Consulting
By Joseph Slacian
 
The City of Wabash entered a professional services agreement with United Consulting for work near a new housing complex along Manchester Avenue.
 
The board unanimously approved the $98,900 agreement.
 
The developer, JCF Real Estate, will pay a portion of the construction fee, according to Keith Bryant of United Consulting.
 
A 30-building, 60-unit complex will be located in the area of 1300 Manchester Avenue. 
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
‘America’s Got Talent’ star to perform at Honeywell Center
Jackie Evancho, who gained fame on the NBC television show “America’s Got Talent” will bring her “Awakening Live in Concert” tour to the Honeywell Center’s Ford Theater on Friday, Nov. 20. Photo provided
 
By Emma Rausch
 
NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” star Jackie Evancho will be performing on the Honeywell Center Ford Theater stage Friday Nov. 20, as a part of her “Awakening Live in Concert” tour.
 
A Pittsburgh native, Evancho launched her musical career when she was 10-years-old after performing on the fifth season of “America’s Got Talent,” finishing as runner-up.
 
The 15-year-old performer told The Paper of Wabash County in an interview that it’s been a “crazy ride” since then.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
Republicans sweep City Council races
By Joseph Slacian
 
For the first time in as long as many can remember, one political party will fill all the seats on the Wabash City Council.
 
Republican candidates captured four contested city council races on Tuesday, and had two uncontested GOP candidates, meaning the Republicans will fill all seven council seats for the next four years. 
 
City Court Judge Tim Roberts, a Republican, was unopposed in his bid for re-election, making incumbent Clerk-Treasurer Wendy Frazier the lone city official who is a Democrat.
 
Republicans Marc Shelley and Bryan Dillon captured the two at-large seats up for election, while Aaron McClary won the council’s 2nd District seat, Bob Greene won the 3rd District seat and Doug Adams won the 5th District seat.
 
Mitch Figert and incumbent Bonnie Corn were unopposed for the 1st District and 4th District seats, respectively.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
Erb retains LaFontaine Clerk-Treasurer post
By Joseph Slacian
 
Cynthia Erb, the incumbent clerk-treasurer for the Town of LaFontaine, won re-election Tuesday, Nov. 3, in the town’s lone contested race.
 
Erb defeated Democrat Karen Benedict, 129-107, to win re-election.
 
Erb credited hard work and 40 years of living in the community as reasons for her victory.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
Woman’s Clubhouse to host taste-sampling dinner program
By Emma Rausch
 
The Woman’s Clubhouse Association is inviting the public to join the association’s members for “Holiday Treats with Heather Chenault” on Nov. 19 at 6 p.m.
 
The program is part two of the association’s new dinner series, Thursday Evening Programs. The program will serve various dish samplings while Chenault explains how to make each one.
 
Reservations for the dinner must be made by Monday, Nov. 16, by 5 p.m.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
City orders three structures demolished
By Joseph Slacian
 
Three more structures were ordered to be razed by the Wabash Board of Public Works & Safety in the city’s effort to get rid of unsafe buildings.
 
One site is a home at 758 Spring St., while the other two are one-story structures located at 1 Bent Court. A two-story structure at the Bent Court location was saved, at least for now.
 
Meanwhile, the board received detailed plans from Harold Burns, who is refurbishing a home at 645 Washington St.
 
The owner of the Spring Street home, KAJA Holdings of Columbia, S.C., was given 30 days to raze the home and unattached garage. If not done, the city will begin the process of having the structures removed.
Posted on 2015 Nov 10
Urbana announcements

Urbana announces various prayer concerns throughout the town, the breakfast bunch's last meeting and several birthdays and anniversaries to keep in mind. Click to read more!

Posted on 2015 Nov 10

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