ALBION — The Albion Town Council tackled several small business items in its first meeting of 2020, opening the year by working through several tasks.
Bernie Sanders is rising, and conventional wisdom is that a Democratic nomination of the Vermont Democratic socialist will play right into President Trump’s reelection wheelhouse. But look back to the faint echoes of 2016 here in the Hoosier state, and polling last week from Morning Consult …
The rough-legged hawk is a bird of the far north around the world. It’s a bird of northern Canada and Alaska in the Americas and of northern Europe and Asia. It’s an open country bird, a bird of the tundra, of grasslands where it preys on meadow mice, voles, lemmings and rabbits.
ALBION — Sophomore Kieandra DeWitt is Central Noble’s only female wrestler. This being her first season playing the sport, she’s still getting her bearing on the mat.
ALBION — Noble County Commissioners will spend all day Thursday taking a second look at possible floor plans for a new county annex building and discussing them with department heads.
ALBION — Residents living in central Noble County will enjoy slightly lower tax rates this year, driven mostly by decreases in the Central Noble and Smith-Green schools rates.
ALBION — Maddie Bremer has been one of the top prep softball pitchers in northeast Indiana over the past three seasons. And well before her senior season begins for Central Noble — a campaign filled with excitement and anticipation — she made her college choice Tuesday evening.
Begin the new year with a little help from the Noble County Public Library with some new adult programs along with the continuation of old favorites as well as new books, movies and audio books.