Although she works at a quiet, local, faith-based nonprofit, that hasn’t stopped Betty Mather from telling it how it is or how it should be.
Wabash High School students will bring a production of Thorton Wilder’s classic “Our Town” to the stage of the Wabash Middle School on Saturday and Sunday.
Normally by this time of year Calvin Cottrell is busy stringing lights and other decorations for what has been one of the region’s largest Christmas displays. This year the yard is
LAFONTAINE – A segment of in-town LaFontaine has cleared one hurdle to officially be considered a historic district, but one more is still to come.
The Culinary Arts program at Heartland Career Center (HCC) has been recognized as one of the best in the nation recently by a prestigious institution.
A rare insight into the dichotomy of the Republican and Democratic candidates for Indiana’s Second Congressional District was offered in Wabash on Tuesday night.
Two Wabash businesses are currently undergoing renovations to the interior of their structures.
Aside from an afternoon drizzle, officials with the 2014 Wabash Cannonball Chili for Charity Chili Cook-off had nothing to complain about this weekend.
Wabash City Council member Margaret "Boo" Salb will seek the Democratic nomination for mayor in the 2015 Primary Election.
The wind might have made things nippy, but the thought of chili and charity made conditions ideal this weekend at Paradise Spring Historical Park.
Delayed about a month because of budgetary concerns, the renovations at the Honeywell Pool are finally underway.
For decades, Steve Seskin has written some of country music’s biggest hits, but in the most recent years, he’s changed his tune for school children.
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