ALBION — With less than two weeks until Election Day, early voting is ramping up in Noble County, with additional opportunities coming up for people to cast their ballots ahead of Nov. 3.
KENDALLVILLE — East Noble’s school board opted to pass on appointing two new school board members to replace two who have resigned, instead opting to wait until winners were declared in the Nov. 3 election.
KENDALLVILLE — People who have been around East Noble over the past four decades are probably familiar with Dave Pine, but now he’s looking to make the jump from the school office to the school board.
KENDALLVILLE — Longtime East Noble School Board member Dan Beall is seeking another term and is facing a challenge from a retired Army veteran for the Orange Township seat.
KENDALLVILLE — The incumbent for East Noble’s Swan Township school board seat recently resigned after ongoing internal strife on the board, making the position somewhat of an open race for two other contestants seeking the job.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s primary election, delayed a month from its normal date and with expanded mail-in voting availability, was a unique, one-time deal.
ALBION — After having few candidates file early, school board races filled up late this week ahead of the Friday noon deadline for people to get their names on the November ballot.