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Robertson returns to Honeywell Center

By The Paper staff

Comedian Jeanne Robertson is set to take the Ford Theater stage at the Honeywell Center on Friday, May 4 at 7:30 p.m.


This is Robertson’s third appearance at the Honeywell Center.


Robertson’s act includes stories about her friends, family and everyday situations with a comedic spin.
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
Wabash library to host cupcake competition

By The Paper staff

On Wednesday, May 9, Wabash Carnegie Public Library will host its 4th Annual Cupcake Competition at 6:30 p.m. in the library’s Program Room.


In previous years, the contest was open to adults only.  This year the competition will be open to all ages. Prizes will be awarded to the top voted cupcake in a Junior division (ages 12 and under), a Teen division (ages 13-17), and an Adult division (ages 18 and over).
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
P.E.O. Chapter BY holds monthly meeting

Article provided

P.E.O. Chapter BY had its regular meeting Monday, March 12, at 7 p.m. at the home of Janet Leeka.

 
Chaplain Pat Vanlandingham opened the meeting with devotions from Colossians 2:6-7 and prayer.  Eileen Dye reported that the spring social will take place Monday, March 26, at 6:30 p.m., at Make It Your Own. Each sister will select a piece of pottery to design.  Guests are welcome.
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
Health Department warns of synthetic marijuana dangers

From the ISHD


INDIANAPOLIS --The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is warning Hoosiers about the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids, often called fake weed, K2, spice, OMG, Scooby Snacks, AK-47 or other names, after reports this month that individuals in Illinois and Indiana suffered severe bleeding after using the substances.


“Synthetic cannabinoids contain hundreds of chemicals, and it is difficult to know what’s in them or how people will react to the ingredients,” said State Health Commissioner Kris Box, MD, FACOG. “These substances can cause severe, even life-threatening, bleeding. We have seen cases increase dramatically overnight in Illinois and know at least one person in Indiana has reported severe bleeding after using synthetic cannabinoids.”

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
MU to present 'Where Rivers Meet'

From the MU News Bureau

NORTH MANCHESTER – Manchester University offers a show of Arabic music and storytelling that takes listeners down the rivers of the Middle East.


A string ensemble and storyteller accompany master musicians from Iraq, Egypt and Palestine who share melodies and memories passed down in song and story.


“Where Rivers Meet: Songs and Stories from Masters of Arabic Music” is 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in Wine Recital Hall. It is free and open to the public.
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
MU plans Peace Week activities

From the MU News Bureau

NORTH MANCHESTER -- As such, there will be two separate “lunch and learn” events during lunch hours Monday-Thursday in Haist Commons, which is in the lower level of the Jo Young Switzer Center.

There will be signage at the entrance of Haist each day on where the session will take place. If community members, faculty or staff are coming, they are welcome to purchase lunch or bring a sack lunch with them.


During each section, an organization or service will host a discussion or event. They include the African Student Association, Disability Services, poverty studies, Feminist Student Union, Students for Justice in Palestine, United Sexualities and Genders, Advocates of the Mind, and the Campus Interfaith Board.

 

Posted on 2018 Apr 17
Ivy Tech gives site back to City Schools

The Ivy Tech Community College campus in Wabash was once the West Ward Elementary School. Photo provided

By Josh Sigler
jsigler@thepaperofwabash.com

Wabash City Schools Board and Ivy Tech Community College Regional and State Board of Trustees have approved a community partnership between the two educational organizations.


After planning meetings to discuss a future vision of educational offerings in the Wabash community — along with local, regional, and state board approvals from both educational institutions — it has been agreed upon and approved to enter a mutually beneficial arrangement in which the Ivy Tech Wabash Site will be donated from Ivy Tech Community College to Wabash City Schools.


The partnership with Wabash City Schools will ensure that Ivy Tech Community College will continue to provide classes at the Thorne Street property.
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 10
Residents see increase in property taxes

By David Fenker
david@nmpaper.com

Wabash County property owners may be paying more this year in taxes, but, for most, it's not because of a tax increase.
The increase is due to a decrease in the property tax relief credit, shown on line 4a of the “Special Message to Property Owner” sheet included with the tax bill.


Property tax bills were mailed Tuesday, April 3, and since that time county council members have fielded questions regarding the increase in taxes owed.
 

Posted on 2018 Apr 10

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