The Peru Aviation Board met Tuesday night and approved phase 2 of their above-ground fuel tank project.
The City of Peru is looking to possibly do away with the city court.
Maconaquah Elementary fifth graders got to play the role of engineers as they constructed and coordinated the movements and appearance of a robot.
The trial of Rannin Shuler, charged in the Dec. 1, 2013 death of 19-year-old Brayton Kelsor of Peru, has been postponed until April. It is the latest delay in a case that has affected local families on a very personal level.
Bunker Hill Police Department:
The bonds secured to construct the Miami County jail will be refinanced to take advantage of low interests rates.
Blair Pointe Elementary had their “It’s a Spelling Bee” competition Wednesday afternoon inside the Cardinal Gymnasium where representatives from fifth and sixth grade classes competed for the top spot.
TESTING THE BOT: From left, Hayley Townsend and Neveah Sebastian work on their assignment by making the robot turn 180 degrees.
QUESTIONS ANSWERED: Cassandra Knolinski’s speaks to Quinn Richard about his progess on the assignment
STEM LEARNING: From left, Kayden Lancaster and Zachary Sparks follow the assignment to get their robot to move.
SHOWING SUPPORT: Blair Pointe Elementary students and staff watch the spelling bee in support of the students in the competition.
CHAMPIONS: From right, Alex Smithers wins first place in the spelling bee with Clair Prior taking second place.
ON DECK: Sixth grader Abigail Martin waits patiently in line for her turn to approach the judges and spell the word presented to her.
SPELLING TEST: Fifth grader Rylee Paxton adjusts the microphone as he prepares to spell his first word in the Blair Pointe Elementary spelling bee.