The parking lots on the Maconaquah School Corporation campus were practically lined from end to end Friday morning in support of the high school’s Homecoming parade.
North Miami Elementary students were rewarded Thursday afternoon for a job well done during the school’s fifth annual Walk-a-thon.
While Maconaquah School Corporation was displaying its technology initiatives Wednesday morning to a special guest, the students went on as if nothing had changed.
Members of the Peru Fire Department were out and about for their weekly training Tuesday afternoon, heading up and down an aerial water tower on a ladder truck to give newer recrui
The spirit of competition was alive and well at North Miami Friday afternoon, with the high school’s homecoming results coming down to the wire and the annual staff versus students
Deputy Linda Sutton didn’t have what some would consider a “typical” summer vacation. The Maconaquah School Corporation School Resource Officer (SRO) resumed her position as a patr
City officials are looking to start tearing down blighted properties in about a month if the city receives a grant worth $813,000 next week towards that endeavor.
If the Peru girls’ soccer team had any leftover demons from last year’s winless season after a 4-2 victory against Taylor two weeks ago, Sidney Fuller exorcised them Tuesday agains
Maconaquah’s girls’ golf team accomplished something Tuesday even its coach can’t remember in the recent past.
Kokomo generated prolonged scoring runs in the first two sets and came from behind in the third set to sweep Peru 16-25, 13-25, 20-25 Monday.
Kristi Eddy knows “alternative” can be viewed as a negative, but she prefers another definition: “purporting to be a superior choice to what is in general use.”
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