The Town of Markle will continue to survey its options for a temporary location, its council reported Wednesday.
Markle town officials will have to find a new interim location to rent, as the location at 167 Morse St. is apparently no longer an option. The property’s co-owner Tracy Goetz told the News-Banner last week that the...
Owners of location for interim town hall want Markle to pay for wear and tear to building — and be liable for accidents
Friday is Halloween; Boo in Bluffton, trick-or-treating hours set
In the name of fairness, the way rescue runs are funded by the county is about to change.
Markle Town Council has designated the Wells County Area Plan as its flood plain manager for the portion of affected land in this county.
Sandra Merritt is walking, working to raise funds for cancer research
A rural Markle teen suffered an injury to his right ankle and foot after he struck a van while riding a motorcycle on Ind. 116 south of Murray Monday evening.
A three-alarm fire destroyed a large barn at the Roberta Fishbaugh residence, 4194W-300N near Markle, Thursday evening.
Markle Wildcat Festival.
Honorary grouches for the 2014 Markle Wildcat Festival.
Two requests from Huntington County department heads received completely different receptions Wednesday night from the Markle Town Council.
A Markle churchgoer who reached out to the Indiana Department of Transportation with a crosswalk concern may have inadvertently cost her church some of its designated handicap spots.
The Markle Town Council got its first peek at the town’s 2015 budget Wednesday evening.
Celebration in Warren
A $50,000 County Economic Development Income Tax advisory grant has been awarded to the town of Markle for Novae Corp.’s upcoming expansion.
A man accused of manufacturing methamphetamine in a Markle apartment on New Years Day has been sentenced to 20 years behind bars.
In 2011, members of the Zanesville Community Church of God and other area churches banded together to form a reading club. It was not a reading club for...
Novae Corporation, North America’s third largest utility trailer manufacturer, announced plans this week to expand its operations in Markle, creating up to 75 new jobs by 2016.
It’s the small details that keep a town running, and Wednesday night’s meeting of the Markle Town Council was a lot of those little details.