The Ligonier Lions Club met Oct. 19 at Fashion Farm restaurant. Highlights of the evening included discussions on putting up Lions Club signs in town, raising funds for scholarships, and the annual club holiday citrus fruit sale. Those wishing to support the club by purchasing oranges and gr…
Tom Schermerhorn, athletic director at West Noble High School, served as master of ceremonies at Turning Point Education Center’s “Night of Hope” fundraiser Oct. 17. The fundraiser brought in $9,300 so far, with additional donations still coming in. About 190 attended the event, which includ…
CROMWELL — The Cromwell Town Council decided Tuesday night to begin the application process for an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs grant for a major infrastructure project that could upgrade its aging water and wastewater systems.
LIGONIER — West Noble High School seniors and their families are invited to attend FAFSA Night on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. A translator will be present at the meeting.
Right: Turning Point students fill a cart with plated ham dinners to serve the 190 guests attending the “Night of Hope” fundraiser Oct. 17 at the Cross Walk in Ligonier. The second annual event raised funds to pay for counseling services for students and families at West Noble’s alternative school.
The following students are October’s sixth-grade students of the month at West Noble Middle School: top row, from left: Trinton Henson, language arts, Edington; Caleb Petersen, science, Emmert. Bottom row, from left: Mya Emmert, language arts, Emmert; Stella Venturi, science, Younce.
LIGONIER — West Noble school board members asked questions about their first batch of annual policy updates Monday night, weighing in on whether specific or broader, flexible policies were best for the district.
ALBION — The Noble County Public Library’s popular Halloween events will happen this year, but in a “grab and go” format on Oct. 29 at all three locations in Albion, Avilla and Cromwell.
ALBION — Noble County successfully sold tax liens on most of the delinquent properties it had in this year’s tax sale, but the amount collected was only about 29% of what was owed overall.
Theresa Krizman, right, holds Karsen Meeks, 2, and Kristen Meeks, left, holds Charlotte Meeks, 4, as they take a hayride through the fields at Fashion Farm’s Pumpkin Fantasyland Wednesday.