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Lagro woman charged with theft, drug possession
Dawn Lee
 
By Emma Rausch
 
A Lagro woman was arrested Thursday, May 5, by the Wabash Police Department in connection to a theft incident at Walmart.
 
On Thursday, at approximately 9:23 p.m., WPD officers responded to a call of a shoplifter at Walmart, according to the probable cause affidavit.
 
Posted on 2016 May 17
Wabash man attempts to escape home detention
Larry Johnson
 
By Emma Rausch
 
A Wabash man was booked into the Wabash County Jail on Monday, May 9, after he fled from his at-home electronic detention in April.
 
On April 24 at approximately 10:13 a.m., Larry Johnson, 20, cut his GPS monitoring bracelet at his home in the 100 block of East Hill Street, according to the probable cause affidavit.
 
Posted on 2016 May 17
2 arrested after traffic stop
By The Paper staff
 
Two people were arrested late Friday night, May 13, following a traffic stop by Wabash Police.
 
According to Sgt. Matt Benson, the WPD Public Information Officer, at approximately 10 p.m. Friday, Patrolman Kevin Evenson stopped a vehicle for an alleged traffic violation.  
 
Posted on 2016 May 17
MU student enters not guilty plea
Mikayla Munn
 
By Joseph Slacian
 
Mikayla Munn, the former Manchester University student who was charged with murder in the death of her newborn son, entered a not guilty plea Wednesday morning, May 4, in Wabash Circuit Court.
 
Munn, 21, Elkhart, also was charged with neglect of a dependent resulting in death.
 
A Sept. 13 trial date was set in Wabash Circuit Court.
 
Posted on 2016 May 10
Access seeks community help
By Joseph Slacian
 
For 30 years, The Access Youth Center has provided youth from around Wabash County with a safe place to spend time after school, in the evenings and on the weekend.
 
The faith-based center hosts a variety of programs to help fill the needs of youth and their families, including the after school meal and summer lunch programs, family nights, Bible study and more.
 
Officials there are now reaching out to the public to help them with a need of their own.
 
The Access, 74 W. Canal St., is in need of a major renovation. The price tag is more than $200,000, of which officials already have raised $85,000. They are working to raise additional funds, and hope the community will step up and help.
 
Posted on 2016 May 10
City trails in vote for small business contest
By Joseph Slacian
 
The City of Wabash is trailing in the Small Business Revolution contest, according to local officials.
 
Wabash and Silverton, Ore., have been in the running to receive a $500,000 revitalization of downtown. For the last week, residents have been going online to vote for either Wabash or Silverton in the contest sponsored by Deluxe Corp.
 
Posted on 2016 May 10
Best of the Best returns with new artists, artwork
Chloe Steele presses a stamp onto a hand-decorated apron during the Best of the Best program’s fabric art workshop on April 27. Steele is one of 18 students presenting her artwork in the Best of the Best Gallery on Sunday, May 15. Photo by Emma Rausch
 
By Emma Rausch
 
Eighteen Wabash County student artists will be exhibiting their artwork and honing their entrepreneurial skills at the ninth annual Best of the Best Art Gallery on Sunday, May 15.
 
Established in 2007, the program was created to expand student art abilities and develop entrepreneurial skills needed to sell the artwork.
 
However, to the participating artists, it has provided much more than that.

Garrett Labuda, Heartland Career Center representative and first year participant, told The Paper of Wabash County that the program helped him realize his passion for art.

“(Heartland) encouraged me to come here toward the end of my junior year because I’d work ahead in class, get stuff done and so I’d then start drawing in class,” Labuda told The Paper of Wabash County.

 

Posted on 2016 May 10
Wabash Elks honor 2 local youth
Wabash Elks Exalted Ruler Keith Walters presents a cake to Dharma Klug (left) and Dani Lee. The two students were honored May 4 as part of the local Lodge’s celebration of Elks National Youth Week. Photos by Joseph Slacian
 
By Joseph Slacian
 
The Wabash Elks Lodge No.471 in recognition of Elks National Youth Week honored two local youth Wednesday evening, May 4.
 
The pair, Wabash Middle School eighth grader Dani Lee and Dharma Klug, a senior in the Wabash Alternative School, received certificates and gifts from the Lodge. The youth and their families also were treated to the Lodge’s Wednesday Night Buffet.
 
“National Youth Week is designed to guide, inspire and encourage our youth to serve their community and to help prepare them for the duties and opportunities of citizenship across the country,” Lodge Exalted Ruler Keith Walters said. “Our nation’s young people are becoming active citizens and learning their civic involvement.
 
“I firmly believe and encourage the sense of community demonstrated by these ambitious and engaged young people.”
 
Posted on 2016 May 10

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