Ossian Hometown Christmas
B-H board looks at elementary school growth options
Click here to see scenes from Friday evening’s lighting ceremony and Santa’s arrival in downtown Bluffton.
After months of work rebuilding Adams Street to handle heavy truck traffic, vehicles can again travel north and south on the road running along Wells County...
A Norwell High School student was listed in good condition after he accidentally drove his vehicle into a semi at the intersection of Wells County Road 100E and U.S. 224 late Wednesday morning.
The Bluffton woman who reported a bomb threat at the Wells County Courthouse in April, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison Tuesday during an...
The new Wells County comprehensive plan got a big boost Tuesday night when the Bluffton Common Council signed on to the document.
Corn catches fire
Ossian officer’s D.A.R.E. vehicle is almost ready to begin its new task
A fire heavily damaged a house on Bluffton’s south side Saturday night.
The Panos Free Clinic will close, with the last patient day scheduled for the Monday before Thanksgiving. The facility will remain open for patients to pick up their records until Dec. 19; after that, it will close its...
Dennis Kruse takes the top spot at Bluffton High School Wednesday
Budget watchdogs at the state will apparently cost the city of Bluffton $8,000.
A preliminary plea of not guilty was filed for Lawrence Evans Jr. Monday, after he was charged with two counts of robbery following incidents at the Ossian BP...
The White Bridge isn’t the only bridge concern in Wells County.
What started as three options and then four regarding how to handle expected drainage issues on Adams Street has possibly turned into five.
Lawrence Evans Jr., 23, Fort Wayne, has been arrested for allegedly robbing the Ossian BP and Airplane Express station, Ossian Police Chief Dave Rigney said...
Click here to see all the ghosts and goblins roaming Bluffton!
Christian Care Retirement Community will renovate and add duplexes through a bond and use the city as a “conduit” to get a lower interest rate.
After accommodating a $1 an hour amendment to a person’s salary, members of the Bluffton Common Council unanimously approved the city’s 2014 budget and salaries for its workers.