The future of fundraising could have its roots with a Wabash woman who felt the need to change how those in need receive help.
The Wabash 16-year-old All-Star team won its first game of the Senior League State Tourney on Tuesday morning at Wabash High School’s Chris Rood Field.
For three years, a local volunteer group has done all it can to better the quality of Wabash County’s portion of the Wabash River, but now it’s time to celebrate.
Last month, a group of middle school science club members and their teacher and chaperones returned from a field trip that would make most adults jealous.
Wabash County now features a 100-plus-mile bike trail that showcases the rural and in-town beauty of the area.
Several changes that took place this year at the Wabash County 4-H Fair were well accepted by the crowd, 4-H Council President Doug Mays believes.
The Wabash Carnegie Public Library invites local youth to check out its free summer reading program, some of which is at the library and some at the Honeywell Center.
It is true that thousands of dollars traded hands on Friday at the 2014 4-H Livestock Auction, but value could be found in the 4-Hers as well as the animals.
The Tennant siblings shined Monday afternoon during the Wabash County 4-H Sheep Show.
Members of the Wabash County 4-H turned into models Sunday night during the annual 4-H Fashion Revue and Consumer Clothing contests in the show arena at the Wabash County 4-H Fairg
From Chihuahuas to shepherds, Saturday’s 2014 4-H Dog Obedience and Agility show included a variety of not only canines, but winners as well.
The ultimate camping holiday is upon us and locals will be hard-pressed to find empty camping spaces this weekend at the Mississinewa and Salamonie campgrounds.
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