LIGONIER — West Noble School Corporation will apply for a Common School Loan to upgrade its technology. School board members agreed to the application at Monday’s meeting.
KENDALLVILLE —Northeastern Center encourages community members to wear teal ribbons during April to demonstrate their support of victims of sexual assault. Teal ribbons are the universal symbol of Sexual Assault Awareness.
KENDALLVILLE — Life and Family Services will host the Chick-Fil-A food truck as a community event on Wednesday, April 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its location, 201 S. Park Ave. The organization is celebrating its 35th anniversary.
MERRILLVILLE — April has been proclaimed Safe Digging Month in the state of Indiana. NIPSCO is reminding customers and contractors to always call 811 at least two business days prior to starting any digging project. Making this free call will ensure the dig site is marked with paint or flags…
Lydia Gow of Cromwell applied for and received a grant of $1,500 to buy new playground equipment and paint for the town’s park. Gow is an eighth-grade student at West Noble Middle School and a member of P.U.L.S.E. of Noble County, the youth arm of the Community Foundation of Noble County. Go…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana has added Spanish options to its 211 and its vaccine registration websites to assist Hoosiers who may not speak English as their primary language.
CROMWELL — West Noble eighth-grader Lydia Gow is one of the youngest members of P.U.L.S.E of Noble County, the philanthropic youth organization of the Community Foundation of Noble County, but she successfully applied for a micro-grant of $1,500 to improve Cromwell’s park.
CROMWELL — The Cromwell Council decided to think big for its application for an Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs grant to upgrade the town’s water utility to operate for at least 20 years.