The Garden and Herb Festival and Chair Affair & Auction will take place from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, at Paradise Spring Historical Park, located just east of downtown Wabash.
Wabash Cannonball Chili for Charity has announced that the 2015 Team Entry Forms for the 2015 Wabash Cannonball Chili for Charity Chili Cook-off are available on the organization's website, www.chiliforcharity.com.
The following stock information is provided by Edward Jones Financial Advisor Amy Sullivan, whose office is located in Wabash. The information contains stocks of local interest to the Wabash Community.
DEAR DOCTOR K: My father had been showing signs of dementia for a few months. We thought it was Alzheimer's disease, but it turned out to be hydrocephalus. What is this, and how is it treated? Does the condition cause permanent brain damage?
Sending hundreds of young children scampering happily away with brand new backpacks and school supplies Thursday and Friday, Access Youth Center Executive Director Liz Hobbs deemed the annual backpack giveaway event a "success."
People glanced anxiously at the sky Friday night, watching for the forecasted rain as they lugged lawn chairs and picnic blankets to the 2015 Jazz on the Lawn at the Honeywell House.
With the Indiana State Department of Health recently announcing the presence of the West Nile virus in Wabash County, the Wabash City Board of Public Works and Safety will look to take special precautions this week.
NORTH MANCHESTER -- Early registration for Manchester Community Schools (MCS) saw approximately 73 percent of returning students on Thursday and Friday, just over one week before the start of the school year.
Photo providedIan and Jan Cronin, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Greg and Beth Miller, Wabash, announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Courtney May Cronin and Adam Eugene Miller.Adam, Fort Wayne, is a 2005 graduate of Wabash High School and a 2010 graduate of IPFW with a degree in mechanical engineering technology. He is employed by Peerless Tool and Manufacturing, Marion.Courtney, Fort Wayne, is a 2008 graduate of North Delta Senior High School, a 2013 graduate of IPFW with a degree in elementary education and has a Master's of Arts degree in higher education from North Central College, Naperville, Illinois.The couple is planning a wedding on Oct. 16, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photo providedRoger and Donna (Ray) Harman will celebrate their 50th anniversary on Friday, Aug. 7, 2015. They were married at the West Manchester of the Brethren by Pastor Lewis Deardorff. Roger is retired from GDX (General Tire) and enjoys going to various coffee shops, woodworking and working as a volunteer at the Stockdale Mill. Donna enjoys volunteering in the community and church activities, her flowers and yard, and going to car shows. They have a daughter, Dedra (Jason) Stockerberger, Kokomo, and a grandson, Kristian. The couple would like to thank its family and friends for sharing its fun and memories over the past 50 years.
Photo by Eric Seaman/Wabash Plain DealerAthletes: Special Olympics of Wabash County was presented with a ceremonial check for $5,000 from Charity Jam on Thursday evening at the Wabash Elks Lodge.
Pictured above are winners from the 2015 4-H Dog Show Obedience Contests. From left to right, Chandler Tarbox, Joshua Maggart, Ellie Proebstle, Reece Adamiec, Delaney Shephard, Amanda Schul, Jacklyn Peas, Grace Whitham and Keegan Knepp.
Photo providedThe LaFontaine School class of 1952 met July 18, at Gabriel's restaurant in Marion. During the luncheon, the class reminisced old times and showed pictures of family. Nine graduating members are still alive from the class of 21. Carmen Milliner Furney and Ann Miltenberger didn't attend. Pictured are (first row) Eva Mae Enyeart Garrett, Darlene Holtsclaw Turner, (second row) Barbara Grim Unger, Jack Sellers, Don Dillon, Ralph Dawes and Paul Brane.