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As Wabash High School (WHS) begins a new school year, a service that allows anonymous reporting of concerns will once again be available, said assistant principal Jeff Galley, on Thursday. Read more

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During Wednesday's weekly update, Wabash County's COVID-19 advisory level was lowered from yellow, the second-lowest level, to blue, the lowest level. However, local cases have been steadily rising this week, and the 84th Wabash County COVID-19 death was reported Thursday. Read more

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Manchester Community Schools (MCS) is currently in the process of searching for a new superintendent Teresa Gremaux informed the board of her resignation plans late last month. Read more

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The South Bend man found guilty of murdering a local father and his two sons in December of 2018 will spend up to 180 years in prison, according to a sentencing hearing held this week. Read more

From the time guests set foot on Honeywell properties to the time they take their seats for a show, they are met at each turn with smiling faces eager to help, thanks to Honeywell volunteers. With the full return of live indoor programming in 2021, Honeywell Arts & Entertainment is accepting volunteer applications, with a special need for theater ushers to assist with shows, according to development communications manager Courtney Harvey. Read more

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The Little City Jr. Tour wrapped up on Thursday, July 22 after a final stop at Peru’s Rock Hollow Golf Club. High school golfers coming from Wabash, Southwood and Northfield were amongst some of the competitors that made up the field while Northfield High School’s Tyson Baer finished the day with a second-place result. Read more

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When Madison Lutz began her soccer career for the first time her freshman year at Wabash High School, she didn’t expect it to take her to the heights she has experienced recently. In June, Lutz signed her letter of intent to play with the Lincoln Trail Statesman while majoring in nursing. Read more

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In the penultimate event of the Little City Junior Tour of 2021, golfers from MSD of Wabash County and Southwood High School showed promise as junior Luke Watson finished fourth out of 14 while eighth-grader Griffin Chambers finished in second among all middle-schoolers. Read more

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After four successful years running with Wabash High School, Sierra Hall has signed to run collegiately with Grace College while majoring in education with a focus on mathematics and special education. Read more

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John and Niki are friends of ours who sensed God calling them to adopt three siblings from an orphanage in Columbia. It’s a journey that began a couple of years ago when they were first connected with these kids, and finally completed in 2020, right in the middle of the quarantine and shutdown, when they were able to bring their newest family members home. We finally got to meet them and introduced them to all the fun of Crazy Pinz in Fort Wayne.

There are a lot of benefits of retirement, likely many more than I realize or appreciate, but one is enough free time to follow my local minor league baseball team. The Fort Wayne TinCaps are High A this year with a roster of players who hope to be only one or two steps away from the majors.