FORT WAYNE — Ten inmates from the Chain O’ Lakes Correctional Facility in Albion successfully completed certification programs in welding, earning their certificates in a graduation at Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne last Thursday.
CHURUBUSCO — Daniel Hile, superintendent of Smith-Green Community Schools in Churubusco, was been chosen to fill the position of superintendent at Noblesville Schools, assuming that new role July 1.
INDIANAPOLIS — Noble County students preparing to become teachers are among this year’s recipients of the state’s Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship, according to state Rep. David Abbott (R-Rome City).
Jacee Herron, left, was crowned Chain O’ Lakes Festival queen on Wednesday, June 8. Herron raised money for Noble House Ministries. At right is runner-up Kayle Knight who had raised money for the Albion Volunteer Fire Department.
As the job market continues to fluctuate, scammers continue to find new ways to spice up old tricks. A new scam has surfaced tricking job hunters into believing they have an interview offer from a recruiter. This scam can take many different forms.
Before the United States entered World War II, American industry raised the Arsenal of Democracy, the materiel that rolled off factory floors and saved civilization.