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Bluffton Motor Works nets job creation honor

Bluffton Motor Works nets job creation honor

Company’s 70 new jobs among nearly 2,200 to be added by 2017 INDIANAPOLIS — Bluffton Motor Works’ plans to add 70 new jobs by 2017 made it one of 16...

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

An estimated 650 people crowded into Bluffton’s City Gym Thursday night for the Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Winter Wonderland. Kids...

Work goes forward on county’s ‘spec’ building

Work goes forward on county’s ‘spec’ building

While the 200,000 square-foot building going up on Bluffton’s west side has been exposed to a number of people, “It’s still early yet,” says Wells...

New company offered for Hideaway demolition

Uncertainty surrounds the latest filing in the Hideaway demolition saga.

Woman on detention facing meth charges

Woman on detention facing meth charges

A 33-year-old Bluffton woman faces two felony charges for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine after her Blackford County home detention officer checked up...

Reception honors trio for long-time service

Reception honors trio for long-time service

Republicans honor retiring judge, prosecutor and County Council member in open house at GOP headquarters

Bluffton council completes annexation work

The city’s annexation of 56 acres on its south side, an area that has not been part of the city while areas to the west, east, and south had already been annexed, is functionally complete after members of the Bluffton...

Roush Park diamonds will be reduced

The Bluffton Parks and Recreation Department will shrink two of the ballparks at Roush Park and do a little site-shifting to make way for a walking trail, part of the upgrade made possible by a grant from the Indiana...

City buying software for building code

The city’s building code goes into effect Jan. 1, and the Bluffton Board of Public Works and Safety spent $7,320 to set up and support a computer program for it.

Bluffton welcomes the holidays

Bluffton welcomes the holidays

Santa, Mrs. Claus, and a few of their friends head toward City Hall following the Christmas lighting ceremony Friday evening on the plaza of the Wells County...

They otter be having fun

They otter be having fun

Wabash River Otters

Objection filed to city’s effort to tear down old Hideaway site

The owner of the former Hideaway Lounge on Market Street has filed a notice of objection to the razing of the bar’s remains. Ed Thompson filed the suit Friday afternoon, saying the bid was too high when compared to...

Arsonist gets home detention

Arsonist gets home detention

A 72-year-old Bluffton man has been sentenced in Wells Circuit Court to two years on home detention for attempting to burn up the mobile home where he lived.

City council OKs sewer rates, same as the old rates

In a move that was required to keep the loan process moving for the wastewater treatment plant, the Bluffton Common Council approved the first reading of a sewage rate ordinance Tuesday evening.

Jury finds Bryant guilty of three of seven charges

After the jury deliberated for five and a half hours Friday afternoon and evening, Timothy Bryant was found guilty on three of the seven charges against him in Wells Circuit Court.

Forum brings BHMSD candidates to table

Forum brings BHMSD candidates to table

They want to do what’s best for students in the Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District.

Bluffton Motor Works will add new line, jobs

Bluffton Motor Works will be adding 50 to 60 new jobs.

Scary times ahead?

Scary times ahead?

Friday is Halloween; Boo in Bluffton, trick-or-treating hours set

Heating up

Heating up

Crews work to tear up the sidewalk Wednesday morning outside one of the north entrances to the Wells County Courthouse.

Some differences of opinion

Some differences of opinion

School board member disparages superintendent’s performance

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