CROMWELL — The Cromwell Town Council conducted the second of two required public hearings Tuesday night, in anticipation of applying for an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs grant to upgrade the town’s water system.
LIGONIER — The Ligonier City Council took steps to rezone a 117-acre tract of land, annexed a few years ago, to make the parcel more attractive to developers.
The Fear the Beard Race took place June 11 at Stone’s Hill Community Church in Ligonier. Pictured are the winners in the 1-mile and half-mile races. In the front row, from left, are Ava Bloss, division winner; Reese Schwartz, half- mile winner; Ruben Falcon, senior master; Carmi Speakman, gr…
LIGONIER — The stains of time and tree sap have long dulled the surfaces of the Hebrew-engraved gravestones of Ligonier’s Jewish pioneers in the northeast corner of Oak Park Cemetery. Tree sap, algae and mold left their marks on the two white marble mausoleums, too.
LIGONIER —These eighth grade students are recognized for their academic achievement during their middle school years in grade 5 through 8 with Presidential Academic Excellance Awards:
LIGONIER — Fewer than 1-in-3 residents in western Noble County are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, making it the least-vaccinated portion of the county.
KIMMELL — A brisk wind blew across the Sparta Cemetery Monday morning as about 50 people — adults and children — gathered in the new section west of U.S. 33 to honor veterans of all wars.
LIGONIER — Four volunteers will soon begin the process for serving the Ligonier Fire Department. The city’s board of works approved probationary status on Wednesday for volunteers Dakota Wroblewski, Bailey Sampson, Eduardo Villalobos and Kris Funk so they can begin firefighter training.