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Little Friends donate to local animal shelter

Local youth donate supplies to animal shelter: Little Friends Day Care children donated and delivered $200 in pet food, toys and cleaning supplies to the Wabash County Animal Shelter Wednesday afternoon, July 27. In June, the LFDC Summer Adventure third, fourth and fifth grade students manned a lemonade stand to raise money to rent a bounce house for all of the daycare children to enjoy. Thanks to the support of parents, grandparents and friends, the students more than exceeded the amount needed to rent the bounce house and, after some discussion with their teacher, decided to donate the remaining $200 funds to the local animal shelter in the form of items that the facility needs most. Photo by Emma Rausch

 

 

 

Posted on 2016 Aug 09
WMI updates city on 2 downtown buildings
By Joseph Slacian
 
It will likely take some time, but Wabash Marketplace Inc. is working as quickly as possible to save the Bradley and Bedford buildings in downtown Wabash.
 
That was the word Thursday, Aug. 4, from WMI Executive Director Steve Downs to the Wabash Board of Public Works and Safety.
 
In January, the board asked the buildings’ former owner, Julie Locke, to report progress on the refurbishing of the sites to it. However, prior to that, Locke sold the buildings to WMI, which took possession on July 15.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
Neighbour’s playground gets anonymous gift
By Joseph Slacian
 
A move to make the playground at O.J. Neighours Elementary School all-inclusive received a giant boost on Monday night, Aug. 1. 
 
The district received a $50,000 anonymous donation to be used toward the project.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
Marketplace Inc. dedicates Mammoth Park
A crowd gathers at the dedication of Mammoth Park on Friday, Aug. 5. Photo by Emma Rausch
 
By Emma Rausch
 
Nearly a month after its completion, Mammoth Park was officially dedicated during Wabash First Fridays on Aug. 5.
 
The garden patio, located at the intersection of Wabash and Canal streets, replaced an empty gravel lot and was one of several beautification projects provided through Deluxe Corporation’s Small Business Revolution.
 
Tyler Karst, Wabash Marketplace Inc. project manager, thanked the small crowd for attending the park’s dedication.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
NM Council revises golf cart ordinance
By David Purvis-Fenker
 
NORTH MANCHESTER – Changes to the town’s golf cart ordinance were unanimously approved  by the North Manchester Town Council on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
 
North Manchester resident Jay Vanlandingham read a letter on behalf of the town’s disabled and retired fixed-income residents concerning the ordinance.
 
“When I first heard about the rules at first, I didn’t think it would affect me,” he said.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
Recorder progressing with computer upgrade
By David Purvis-Fenker
 
Wabash County Recorder Lori Draper informed the Wabash County Commissioners of progress with the technology upgrade for her office.
 
Part of her presentation to the commissioners included informing them that she gave County Attorney Stephen Downs paperwork to update their contract with Fidlar Technologies.
 
Through Fidlar, the Recorder is able to provide remote access to documents to the general public.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
Free, nutritional cooking classes offered during August
By Sarah Peters 
 
Nutritional cooking classes, lead by nutrition assistants, will be offered at the Dallas Winchester Senior Center in Wabash throughout this month. 
 
Each class will focus on a different food group, teaching participants about the USDA My Plate, how to read food labels, how to get more fruit and vegetables in one’s diet, and how to know if a food is whole grain. 
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 09
MSD considers rescinding reconfiguration decision
By The Paper staff
 
MSD of Wabash County School Board will consider rescinding its reconfiguration decision at its next meeting Tuesday, Aug. 9, according to the Board’s Aug. 9 agenda.
 
On July 12, the Board voted and approved the reconfiguration of the Northfield and Southwood school systems into one school and the closure of Sharp Creek Elementary School.
 
Posted on 2016 Aug 05

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