Beacon Credit Union has announced that they will award eight $1,000 student scholarships to Beacon Credit Union members that will be entering their freshman year of college in fall 2022, according to community relations specialist Kelly Stuber.
Guardian Long Range showed their ongoing support of the Growing Teens for Life, White’s Residential and Family Services vocational development program, by becoming an Impact Partner, according to communications specialist Becca Andrews.
Manchester University’s Values, Ideas and the Arts series has a robust schedule for November, starting with Step Afrika!
Gov. Eric Holcomb's Public Health Commission met Thursday at the Indiana State Library to discuss public health workforce issues, according to a press release.
Josiah White’s has announced that they recently became a certified Best Christian Workplace through the Best Christian Workplaces Institute, according to communications specialist Becca Andrews.
White’s Residential and Family Services has announced that it has undergone a rebrand and will now be known as Josiah White’s, according to communications specialist Becca Andrews.
Josiah White’s held a ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12 on their Wabash campus to celebrate the launch of their new advanced manufacturing and logistics training program in partnership with Conexus Indiana, according to communications specialist Becca Andrews.
Indiana health officials are urging Hoosiers to get immunized against influenza after confirming the first flu-related death of the 2021-22 flu season, according to a press release.
Grow Wabash County was honored to join so many people from the community Thursday, Oct. 14 to celebrate a whole slate of incredible people and businesses that have helped Wabash County thrive in 2021, according to project manager for marketing and events Chelsea Boulrisse.
On Sept. 20, 1921, the hospital that would later evolve into Parkview Wabash Hospital opened a brand-new facility and established a tradition of local, professional healthcare that endures to this day, according to public relations specialist Leslie Megison.
The Indiana State Police (ISP) Peru Post will be partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for the 21st nationwide “Prescription Drug Take-Back” initiative, said ISP Peru Post public information officer Sgt. Tony Slocum.
Colin Powell, the trailblazing soldier and diplomat whose sterling reputation of service to Republican and Democratic presidents was stained by his faulty claims to justify the 2003 U.S. war in Iraq, died Monday of COVID-19 complications. He was 84.
Tesla will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Honeywell Center. Most seats are $29 or $59, with limited premium seating for $125. For more information, visit honeywellarts.org.
The Wabash Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post No. 286 will hold a tenderloin dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22 at 3678 W. Old 24, according to Dan Ford.
Grow Wabash County (GWC) will be hosting Adam Bartrom of Barnes & Thornburg out of Fort Wayne for a lunch and learn event from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the GWC conference room, 214 S. Wabash St., according to project manager for marketing and events Chelsea Boulrisse.
Nyein Chan, director of Refugee and Resettlement Services for Catholic Charities of Fort Wayne-South Bend, will speak at 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 25 at Manchester University.
Wabash city employees who worked in person and not remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic will soon see a one-time stipend in their pay.
The Kunkel Cruise-In came back strong ever this year, as the annual charity event raised more money than ever, said Charles Chapman.
The monthly meeting of the Frances Slocum Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) took place on Tuesday, Oct, 12 at the Grandstaff-Hentgen Activity Room, according to regent Barbara Amiss.
As diversity in Indiana increases, Manchester University is doing its part to expand diversity and inclusion on the North Manchester campus, according to a press release.
The Somerset Lions Club has planned a euchre event for Saturday, Oct. 23 in the Somerset Community Building, 21 W. Old Slocum Trail, Somerset, according to Boots Jack.
The long months since the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Indiana in early 2020 have been hard for everyone, as Manchester High School (MHS) band director Jeff Huber can attest.
Wabash Marketplace is presenting its fifth annual Trick-or-Treat Extravaganza on the Miami Street block between Market and Canal streets in downtown Wabash, according to public relations and marketing manager Morgan Ellis.
Manchester University has selected 41 first-year students to join the Honors Program, including four Wabash County students, according to a press release.
Wabash City Hall and all non-emergency offices will be closed on Monday, Oct. 11, for Columbus Day, according to Mayor Scott Long's assistant Bev Vanderpool. All offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12.
A Wabash native is returning to his hometown this week after launching a successful comedy career. Michael Palascak is a comedian, writer, and actor now based in Los Angeles.
Nominations are now open for the Plain Dealer's annual Best of Wabash County contest. However, the window to submit your favorites will close soon. This means if you have any intention of highlighting the best in your community, you have only a few days left to do so.
Over the weekend, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported the 94th and 95th COVID-19 deaths in Wabash County. Since the pandemic began, Wabash County has now tallied more than 5,000 cases of COVID-19 total.
In August, the Wabash County Museum acquired a piece of electric vehicle history. The question was, though, how to restore the 1980 Comuta-Car.
Indiana State Organization of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG) held its “Celebrate the Society” convention Saturday, June 12 at the Primo Banquet and Convention Center in Indianapolis, according to Nancy Kolb.
After last year's celebration was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Manchester Public Library (NMPL) is planning a return of their popular annual Halloween Party, said adult department manager and marketing coordinator Jeanna Hann.