The Honorable Christopher M. Goff can now only wait on the decision of the governor of Indiana himself before the local judge knows if he’s headed to Indianapolis.
NORTH MANCHESTER – Last season, an offensive shootout led to a memorable battle between Manchester and Wabash in the Three Rivers Conference (TRC) opener.
Wabash County’s best and brightest came together on Thursday afternoon at the annual Wabash County Honor Student Luncheon hosted by the Wabash County and North Manchester chambers
PERU – The players had to wait awhile for Wednesday night’s Three Rivers Conference softball opener at West City Park to commence, but Peru and Southwood eventually took to the fie
The Wabash Riverfront Development, a new park located west of the Wabash Street bridge along the riverwalk bike trail, will open to the public this summer, with a dedication ceremo
BUNKER HILL – Having notched an important win to start the TRC slate over Wabash, Manchester saw its girls’ tennis team travel to Maconaquah looking to defeat a Braves’ squad retur
NORTH MANCHESTER — Following the actions taken by the Manchester Community Schools (MCS) Board of Trustees at last week’s business meeting, those who attended in support of Manche
Five Wabash High School students were recognized for their hard work and positive attitudes during the annual Kathy Swan Awards on Monday.
Man’s best friend will soon be getting a new place to play in Wabash with the opening of the Dawg Park.
HUNTINGTON – Looking for back-to-back wins for the first time this season, the Wabash baseball team looked up to the task on the road at Huntington North on Saturday.
On Jan. 9, Eric Holcomb became the 51st governor of Indiana. Since that time, he has shown his stance on a myriad of issues, whether they be civic, political or fiscal.
The Wabash tennis team picked up three wins at the Jimtown Invitational on Saturday to capture the trophy on the day, downing South Bend Adams 3-2 in the championship round.
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