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Rural crash claims 2 lives
By The Paper staff
 
A personal injury accident in rural Wabash County proved fatal when two people died from injuries sustained during a two-vehicle crash on Sunday, June 14.
Posted on 2015 Jun 15
Goff is finalist for Court of Appeals post

By Emma Rausch

emma@thepaperofwabash.com

Wabash County Superior Court Judge Christopher Goff is a finalist for the upcoming vacancy on the Indiana Court of Appeals, Second District, the Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission announced June 10.

Posted on 2015 Jun 11
Fire causes damage at Thermafiber warehouse

A fire at Thermafiber early Thursday morning caused several thousands of dollars in lost inventory, according to the Wabash Fire Department.

Posted on 2015 Jun 11
Crash claims 2 NM residents
A single-vehicle crash in North Manchester claimed two lives on June 5 when, for unknown reason, the 2002 GMC driven by Genny Gidley, 67, North Manchester, left the roadway and overturned. The vehicle came to a rest in a field approximately 60 feet from the road. Photo by Emma Rausch
 
By The Paper staff
 
NORTH MANCHESTER – Two North Manchester residents were killed Friday morning, June 5, in a single-vehicle accident on Ind. 114, about a half-mile ease of County Road 500 E.
 
According to the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department’s police report, the preliminary investigation showed that a 2002 GMC driven by Genny A. Gidley, 67, North Manchester was eastbound on Ind. 114.
Posted on 2015 Jun 09
All-inclusive park back in Stellar program
By Joseph Slacian
 
An all-inclusive park that was removed from the city’s Stellar Community Grant program in February is once again a part of the program.
 
Mayor Robert Vanlandingham, in an interview with The Paper of Wabash County in mid-February, said the project was removed from the plans because none of the three agencies involved with the Stellar Grant – the Indiana Department of Transportation, the Office of Community and Rural Affairs and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority – provide funding for such projects.
 
However, during the Wabash Stellar Team’s quarterly meeting in late May, OCRA Representative Kathleen Weissenberger notified local officials the agency had an additional $200,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant funds to be applied toward the playground.
Posted on 2015 Jun 09
The Access plans school supply fundraiser
By Joseph Slacian
 
While the 2015 school year has just finished, officials at The Access Youth Center are already turning their sights toward the 2015-16 school year. More specifically, they are turning their attention toward fundraisers to help obtain back-to-school supplies for area youth.
 
The AYC, located at 74 W. Canal St., will distribute backpacks with a variety of back-to-school supplies on July 30-31. However, between now and then, organizers are looking for funds to help purchase the items or community groups and individuals to donated the needed items.
Posted on 2015 Jun 09
Asbestos removal part of home demolition
By Joseph Slacian
 
It will cost the City of Wabash an additional $5,200 to demolish a home at 458 N. Allen St.
 
The additional money will be used to remove asbestos shingles on the structure, which the board ordered to be demolished in April.
 
The home was severely damaged by fire in October 2013. The owner, Eric Phillips, told the city he would like additional time to repair the structure.
Posted on 2015 Jun 09
County joins Regional Development Authority with close vote
By Emma Rausch
 
Wabash County joined the Northeast Indiana Regional Development Authority (RDA) after a close 4-3 for vote at the County Council meeting on May 26.
 
The vote passed an ordinance to establish the RDA, which added Wabash County’s name to a list of 10 others also in favor of establishing the authority with the purpose to apply for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation’s (IEDC) Regional Cities Initiative.
 
The initiative, which can only be applied for by RDAs, is a public-private partnership led by Gov. Mike Pence and the IEDC with the goal to support quality of life transformation plans by allowing “regional cities,” or self-identified regions, to compete for an initial $42 million in matching funds in the state’s 2015-2017 biennium budget, according to a Northeast Indiana Regional partnership press release.
Posted on 2015 Jun 09

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