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A local nursing home has seen 15 COVID-19 cases among its residents in recent days as the county’s case count continues to shoot up.

Miami County added more than 30 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend and saw an additional death attributed to the disease as local and state cases continue to rise at an accelerated pace.

Deputies from the Miami County Sheriff’s Office arrested two civil service employees from Grissom Air Reserve Base earlier this month following an investigation into thefts at the base.

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On Wednesday, Oct. 14, William L. Sendelbach, 32, was charged with one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder after the Thursday, Oct. 8 domestic dispute turned Wabash Police Department (WPD) officer-involved shooting.

The North Miami soils teams achieved three state championships in one day when they traveled to Hamilton County on Oct. 17 to compete in the Indiana 4-H and FFA state soils contest.

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Cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Miami County as the state deals with record-setting numbers in recent days.

Keeping the Grissom Air Reserve Base in top shape for over three quarters of a century is challenging during normal times, but when you throw in a global pandemic, that ups the ante.

Trick-or-treaters will be allowed to hit the streets on Oct. 31 in Peru, but officials are asking that care is taken in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Loree Brethren Church sits on the corner of Strawtown Pike and County Road 850 S in southern Miami County. It was organized on March 26, 1883, by a group of mostly German descendants. It would become a Brethren Church about three months later.

The North Miami Soils team recently competed in the Area 8 Soils contest on Oct. 1 in Carrol County. The competitors had a successful day with three senior division teams earning an invitation to compete at the state contest held in Hamilton County on Oct. 17.

After facing adverse conditions and unexpected challenges through the last few years, local farmers are glad to be in the fields harvesting crops from what has been something closer to a normal season. They are especially relieved to have some normalcy in the fields after what was a very wet…

Staff and residents at one area nursing home have tested positive for COVID-19 as cases of the disease rise sharply in Miami County. Another has now seen positive cases among staff members.

Despite record numbers in new cases of COVID-19 and what officials say is a troubling trend in the increase of hospitalizations, Indiana will remain in Stage 5 of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track plan.

Miami County has added more than 50 COVID-19 cases in the past week.

The 10-year-old stabbing victim of the domestic disturbance which allegedly occurred before the Wabash Police Department (WPD) officer-involved shooting Thursday later died from their injuries, according to Sgt. Tony Slocum, Indiana State Police Department (ISP) public information officer for the Peru District.

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Three Miami County organizations were among those named earlier this month as recipients of a grant meant to bolster destinations across the state as they cope with decreased traffic because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Peru Mayor Miles Hewitt on Thursday issued an apology for comments he made about the city’s firefighters during Monday night’s City Council meeting.

Three people were injured in a three-vehicle crash at a busy Miami County intersection Friday morning.

The Indiana State Police (ISP), at the request of the Wabash Police Department (WPD), is investigating a police officer-involved shooting in which a WPD sergeant was injured, according to Sgt. Tony Slocum, ISP public information officer for the Peru Ditrict.

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Plans to revamp operations of Peru’s Civic Center riled residents during Monday night’s City Council meeting, but officials promise they are going to work toward a solution that keeps everyone happy.

A recent call for donations has landed the Miami County United Way a sizable donation and the donor has issued a challenge to fellow residents in an effort to raise more.

Christopher Dicken of Peru Indiana was awarded a scholarship from the Correctional Professional Assistance Fund of Indiana (CPFI) Scholarship Program.

Early voting began Tuesday with long lines at the Miami County courthouse but officials still aren’t sure whether this year’s hotly contested presidential election will translate to voter turnout higher than other years when the country’s highest office was on the ballot.

The Miami County Artisan Gallery will host its annual Chocolate Festival this year and organizers say they are seeing success, despite coronavirus pandemic worries that shut so many other events down.

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In the past six years, Maconaquah Schools have improved and expanded their Agriculture program through various initiatives. In 2014, the corporation started the Maconaquah Cattle Company, a program that provides hands-on learning experience to students through initiatives such as designing t…

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New data, released by state officials this week, show that Miami County schools have seen relatively few COVID-19 cases since students returned to classrooms.