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NM library has legal kiosk

Officials from the Indiana Bar Foundation (Foundation), Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority (IHCDA), and Indiana Supreme Court have unveiled the first of 120 IndianaLegalHelp.org kiosks scheduled to be placed around the state starting this month. The North Manchester Public Library is honored to be one of these host locations. 

“This partnership furthers our mission of preventing eviction and promoting housing stability across our state,” said Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch. “We are proud of this collaborative effort to provide pro bono legal services to Hoosiers navigating the courts.”

 
Posted on 2022 Nov 30
85 Hope had busy October

October was a busy month this year for women’s health at 85 HOPE Free Medical Clinic. The clinic hosted their 4th annual Mammo Month and offered every Wabash County woman ages 40-64 the opportunity to receive an order for a free 3-D mammogram at Parkview Wabash Hospital. This year, 85 HOPE gave out 119 mammogram orders. 

Posted on 2022 Nov 30
Downtown Wabash has various events planned

With more than 50 events executed per year by Downtown Wabash, Inc., the state and nationally accredited Main Street organization and Wabash County nonprofit will embark on its decades-old tradition of kicking off the holiday season on Friday, Nov. 18.

Jingle Jubilee, the aforementioned holiday kickoff event, included a competitive stamping map for chances to win cash prizes eligible to be spent at more than 25 small businesses in Downtown Wabash, the annual lighting of the Wabash County Courthouse, a holiday-inspired kid-zone provided by Bachelor Creek Church of Christ, shopping campaigns and more.

Posted on 2022 Nov 30
Waypoint Wabash has ribbon cutting

By Joseph Slacian
 

Waypoint Wabash, a transitional home for women, officially opened on Monday afternoon, Nov. 14.

The home, located at 189 N. Wabash St., had a ribbon cutting and blessing during a brief ceremony at the site.

Jay Driskill, Waypoint Wabash board president, noted that the facility wouldn’t have become a reality without the help of many people on the local and state levels.

Posted on 2022 Nov 22
Honeywell receives Legacy Award

Downtown Wabash, Inc. and its board of directors awarded the Stephen H. Downs Downtown Legacy Award to Honeywell Arts & Entertainment. The Downtown Legacy Award was presented to Honeywell Arts & Entertainment at the Downtown Wabash, Inc. Annual Meeting on Thursday, Nov. 10.

The Stephen H. Downs Downtown Legacy Award was created in 2019 to honor Downs for his years of service to Downtown Wabash, Inc. The award is given to individuals or entities that have shaped the trajectory of Downtown Wabash. Downtown Wabash, Inc. recognizes Honeywell Arts & Entertainment as an anchor in the Downtown Wabash district for its array of programming and community outreach.

Posted on 2022 Nov 22
Harris to seek City Council seat

Chad Harris has announced plans to run for the Wabash City Council’s Fourth District seat in the 2023 Municipal Election.

“My roots run deep in the Wabash community,” said Harris, who is currently the Wabash County Democratic Chair. “My dad, Brad,  worked at Ford Meter Box for 25 years.  My mom, Carrie, owned a pet grooming and boarding business.  I have worked for an egg processing plant just north of the city for the past ten years.  This summer I bought a home on Harrison Avenue.  I cannot imagine my life anywhere else.

Posted on 2022 Nov 22
Voters reject MSD plans

By Phil Smith

The Metropolitan School District of Wabash County will be heading in a new direction soon in its efforts to make itself more efficient and viable for the future, thanks to the overwhelming consensus of local voters.

The voting public in the school district, nearly 4,000 voters strong, rejected a referendum that would have allowed MSDWC to build a new high school, combining both its current high schools — Northfield and Southwood.

Posted on 2022 Nov 15
YMCA to host benefit auction

Wabash County YMCA officials announce details on the Holiday Benefit Silent Auction.

Posted on 2022 Nov 15

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