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NHS students, Big Dawg enter video contest
By Joseph Slacian
 
Rain couldn’t prevent the Northfield High School student body, in conjunction with The Big Dawg, from filming two 30-second videos on Friday night during halftime of the Norse-Tippecanoe Valley football game.
 
The videos will promote not abusing prescription drugs, Big Dawg representative Kay Weikel.
 
The videos will then be entered into the #kickRXabuse challenge sponsored by the Indianapolis Colts and the Office of the Indiana Attorney General.
 
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
Wabash High School inducts 4 into Hall of Distinction

Richard Wolpert (right) exhibits proof of the inaugural night of painting the Wabash High School ticket booth as Superintendent Jason Callahan (left) laughs at the WHS Hall of Distinction Induction on Saturday, Sept. 3. Wolpert was inducted into the hall with David Henderson, James D. Conner and George F. Bosch. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Three Wabash High School alumni and one generous Wabash citizen were inducted into the WHS Hall of Distinction Saturday, Sept. 3.

Philanthropist George F. Bosch and alumni James D. Conner Jr., David K. Henderson and Richard Wolpert were honored for their accomplishments, service to others and enrichment of Wabash City Schools' history, according to Jason Callahan, WCS superintendent.

"Today we find Wabash City Schools on the rise," Callahan told the audience Saturday afternoon. "In the last few years, we've been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top high schools in the state of Indiana. ... However, we did not arrive at these accolades without looking to the blueprints of the past. It is in these histories that we uncover the beacons of innovation."

 
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
Lagro residents face felony drug charges
John and Jerry Green
 
By Emma Rausch
 
LAGRO – A Lagro father and son face felony drug charges after the Wabash County Sheriff’s Department received numerous 9-1-1 calls from their residence, 200 Davis St., on Aug. 29.
 
John M. Green, 59, and Jerry T. M. Green, 24, were arrested Aug. 30 following a WCSD investigation.
 
According to the probable cause affidavit:

Deputy Matthew Cox responded to the residence of 200 Davis St. after the department had received numerous 9-1-1 calls from the same number, which was associated with the address.

Upon arrival at the address, Cox approached the garage where he heard possibly a party occurring.

 

Posted on 2016 Sep 13
WCS board ratifies Master Contract
By Emma Rausch
 
The Wabash City Schools Board of Education approved the ratification of its 2016-17 master contract at its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 6.
 
The contract, which was formed between the WCS board and the Wabash City Teacher’s Association, states the terms to which both parties agree, such as sick leave days and salary increases.
 
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
WPD responds to Facebook report on dog
By The Paper staff
 
Wabash Police officials have spent most of the day Tuesday fielding calls from around the country in regard to a Facebook post concerning a local woman’s injured dog.
 
The post, from Adrianna Catt, said a neighbor lured her dog into his yard where he then stabbed the animal in the face three times. She also claimed that police arrived at the scene and maced the dog and her 12-year-old son.
 
The neighbor, she said in the Facebook post, doesn’t like her animals and has called police on the family numerous times over the four years she has lived in her home in the 200 block of North Carroll Street..
 
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
O.J. Neighbours reenactment returns for 28th year

An O.J. Neighbours student (right) demonstrates how to grind corn at the school’s annual 1800s reenactment. Photo by Emma Rausch

By The Paper staff

Pioneers and Native Americans return to Wabash on Thursday, Sept. 15, at the 28th annual O.J. Neighbours 1800s reenactment.

Elementary students will demonstrate both pioneer and Native American life and culture in the 1800s at the David F. Sodervick Outdoor Education Center from 5:30-7 p.m.

 
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
O’Reilly Auto Parts headed to NM?
The former Burger King in North Manchester will be demolished to make way for a new O’Reilly Auto Parts store. Photo by David Pervis-Fenker
 
By David Pervis-Fenker
 
Demolition began at the site of the former Burger King restaurant on SR114 W last week in preparation for an O’Reilly Auto Parts store.
 
According to Steve Shumaker, ordinance officer and part-time building commissioner and inspector for the Town of North Manchester, the demolition should be completed by the week of Sept. 19.
Posted on 2016 Sep 13
Wabash to honor Karsyn's memory
By The Paper staff
 
Saturday, Sept. 17 will be Karsyn Bratch Day in the City of Wabash, according to an ordinance by Mayor Scott Long.
 
Karsyn, a local 12-year-old girl, passed away in October 2015 after an eight-year battle with childhood cancer.
 
However, before she passed, Karsyn raised more than $70,000 for the Jeff Gordon Children’s Foundation’s Pediatric Cancer Research Lab at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis through Kick It with Karsyn, an annual pediatric cancer fundraising program and kickball tournament.
 
Posted on 2016 Sep 06

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