Most readers know that supporting the annual New Carlisle 5K CROP Hunger Walk helps Bethel Churches United keep food on the shelves and available forREAD MORE
(Note: This is the second installment of a two-part series relating war-time memories as shared by Bob Coburn, a blind man who served as a medicREAD MORE
Over 200 children in foster families were awarded a free, gently-used or new bike at Family & Youth Initiatives’ (FYI) seventh annual “Safety Day”READ MORE
Our entire layout staff will be chasing the eclipse next Monday, our normal layout day.
As a result, our deadlines for the August 23 issue will beREAD MORE
peacefully crossed over on August 3rd, 2017. As she wished, she was at home with her husband, Jim Salamon, and their Westie "fur kids", Darby andREAD MORE
age 53 of New Carlisle, passed away Tuesday, August 8, 2017 from a lengthy illness at The Crossroads Nursing Home in Vandalia.
He was born May 23,READ MORE
Bethel Township Fire crews quickly extinguished a vehicle fire at a Quick Rd. business.
The call came in around noon on Friday.
Initial reportsREAD MORE
(Note: This is the first of a two-part series relating war-time memories as shared by Bob Coburn, a blind man who served as a medic during WWII).“It’sREAD MORE
The Tecumseh Elementary PTO is in the business of making dreams come true in Tecumseh’s schools. When New Carlisle Elementary Principal, KathrynREAD MORE
Two local New Carlisle women have put their love for animals to work as they try to raise funds to start the first rescue group in the city with anREAD MORE
With sunshine and cooler air, the Clark County Fair came to a close last Friday. Higher than expected attendance was a welcome sight, no doubt due toREAD MORE
The New Carlisle Public Library wrapped up their adult summer reading with a drawing for all adults who completed a passport. The passport requiredREAD MORE
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