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BZA approves new WFD structure
By Joseph Slacian
 
The Wabash Fire Department received approval Thursday night, June 15, for a new storage facility and training site at the city’s north side station.
 
Approval came from the Wabash Board of Zoning Appeals via a 5-0 vote for a variance to build the structure in an area zoned R-1, or residential.
 
The 60-foot-by-100-foot structure will be located in the grassy area behind the station, adjacent to the parking lot.
 
Posted on 2017 Jun 20
Wabash American Legion plans benefit hog roast

This bench is being raffled by the Wabash American Legion post. Photo provided

By Joseph Slacian

The Wabash American Legion Post No.15 will host a “Raise the Roof Hog Roast” on Saturday, June 24.

Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to replace the roof on the building, as well as to make other needed building repairs, according to Steve Conner and Ross Martin, members of the posts building committee.

Posted on 2017 Jun 20
Goff named to Indiana Supreme Court
Judge Chris Goff
 
By Joseph Slacian
 
Wabash County Superior Court Judge Chris Goff is the new Associate Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court.
 
Goff was named to the post Monday morning, June 12, by Gov. Eric Holcomb during a brief ceremony at the Indiana Statehouse.
 
Goff, who becomes the 110th Indiana Supreme Court justice, replaces Justice Robert D. Rucker, who retired earlier this year.
 
Posted on 2017 Jun 13
‘Reel experts’ educate all ages on art of angling

Volunteer Jackie Easthom (left) shows Bentley Hawkins, 7, how to cast and reel in a fishing rod. Easthom is one of multiple volunteers helping youth and adults learn the art of angling at the Bluegill Fishing Clinic. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Louise Friermood, an 89-years-young Wabash County resident, began her first fishing lesson Saturday, June 3, at the Bluegill Fishing Clinic with a smile on her face.

“I need to know a little bit about fishing,” Friermood told The Paper of Wabash County. “I don’t go very often. It wasn’t my husband’s favorite thing to do, but we went a few times. I know a little bit (about fishing), but my fishing was with a cane pole, the old-fashioned way.”

Posted on 2017 Jun 13
NM Town Council approves rate hike
By David Fenker
 
North Manchester residents may soon be seeing utility rate increases of 33 percent for water and nine percent for sewage.
 
The North Manchester Town Council voted unanimously to approve the first of three readings of two ordinances regarding the increases at its June 7 meeting.
 
“I understand these ordinances are probably some of the least favorite ordinances from the customer’s standpoint, as it impacts them in financial ways," Town Manager Adam Penrod said. "So this is something that we’ve been talking about as a council for some time… [We’re] not just looking for today, but also looking for the future and what’s needed. We’re not doing our job if we’re not keeping up with what the town has as an asset with the utilities."
 
Posted on 2017 Jun 13
Creativity, mistakes and exploration encouraged at Wabash summer art program
Youths finish setting up their solar ovens to melt crayons during the VPA art program. Friends and families will have the opportunity to observe the program participants’ projects starting Saturday, June 17. Photo by Emma Rausch
 
By Emma Rausch
 
Dozens of Wabash County youth picked up paintbrushes Monday, June 5, and kicked off the 2017 Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) summer art camp at the Charley Creek Gardens.
 
During the camp’s three one- to two-week programs, Kindergarten through 12th grade youth will work with local professional artists to learn new crafting techniques and hone design skills.
 
“The theme this year is color extravaganza,” artist Erica Tyson told The Paper of Wabash County. “So everything we do has something to do with color, color mixing, color creating, colorful objects.”
 
 
 
 
 
Posted on 2017 Jun 13
Wabash County Realtors support local animal shelter with funds, supplies

Wabash County members of the REALTORS Association of Central Indiana donated funds and supplies to the Wabash County Animal Shelter on Monday, June 5, to support the local organization’s cause. The group and shelter volunteers posed for a photo with the supplies. Pictured are (front row, from left) Willa Hall, Whitney Heagy, Kristy Lundquist and Kona, (middle row, from left) Cheryl Weir, Christy Kisner, Carol Butler, Lori Siders, Bob Lundquist, Tisha Strickler, (back row, from left) Sarah Mast, Emily Williams, Jennie Terrell, Amy Pate, Barb Drye, Steve Peebles, John Lundquist, Mike Monroe and Doug Bogert. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Wabash County members of the Realtors Association of Central Indiana donated funds and supplies to the Wabash County Animal Shelter Monday, June 5, to support the organization’s cause.

“Realtors don’t just sell real estate, we support our community,” Amy Pate, RACI executive vice president, said. “The Wabash County Animal Shelter serves a great need in our community and we are thankful for the opportunity to come alongside them.”

Posted on 2017 Jun 13
Troxel commemorates new facility with ribbon cutting

Dave Troxel (front row, third from right) prepares to cut the traditional red ribbon on Friday, June 9, in commemoration of Troxel Equipment Co.’s new facility. Photo by Emma Rausch

By Emma Rausch

Troxel Equipment Co. celebrated its Wabash facility’s remodeling and expansion with a ribbon cutting and open house Friday, June 9.

Located at 834 N. State Road 13 in Wabash, the supply company offers both new and used John Deere agricultural, commercial, consumer and skid steer equipment as well as grain storage, drying and handling equipment and other name brand products.

Posted on 2017 Jun 13

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