Football has held a special place in Nolan Shafer’s heart ever since he was 7 years-old and saw a Wee Arrow walking down the hallway at school. ShaferREAD MORE
Part of the construction on Rt. 235 in Park Layne was to eliminate the intersection of McAdams Dr. (the access road in front of the shopping center)READ MORE
Twenty-six teams gathered at Sugar Isle Golf Course on Sunday, September 10, to tee off for the Tecumseh Education Foundation. The foundation,READ MORE
Fifty walkers participated in the 2017 Crop Walk and raised $8,576 to fight hunger. Of that amount, slightly over $2,000 will stay in New Carlisle.TheREAD MORE
Last Thursday, Meadow View Growers, just south of New Carlisle, released monarch butterflies from their butterfly house. As you may know, Meadow ViewREAD MORE
The 1952 graduating class of Tecumseh H. S. held their 65th reunion with a full week-end of activities on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 8, 9READ MORE
Just over two weeks have passed since local photojournalist Andy Grimm was shot by Clark County Deputy Jacob Shaw, and though Grimm is working towardREAD MORE
New Carlisle Fire crews were called to High Tech Castings at 12170 Milton Carlisle Rd. Saturday evening for a report of smoke coming from the buildingREAD MORE
Of all the “thank-you’s” Bethel Twp. firefighters have received over the years, few, if any, were as sweet as the ones they received from two ofREAD MORE
The Revolutionary War came to life this past weekend when The Fair at New Boston, hosted at George Rogers Clark Park, was present.This year was theREAD MORE
The Courage to Lead, Women in Profile focuses on women in leadership positions in business, industry, government, education, and non-profitsREAD MORE
The New Carlisle Public Library is offering a new service. For patrons who are homebound, but still love to read, watch movies, and enjoy the otherREAD MORE
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