It rained more days than it was sunny in the first half of 2019 and farmers lost their largest soybean market heading into last year’s season, but despite all of this, farmers say they aren’t looking back as they head into 2020.
A new display, sitting at the center of the Miami County courthouse, found its home just in time to mark a historic date on the path of women in the United States winning the right to vote.
It is almost that time of year when members of the 434th Air Refueling Wing gather to honor Airmen at Grissom Air Reserve Base who exhibit core values and go above and beyond through their commitment to duty.
Rains kept things damp in the Miami County area over the weekend, but rainfall wasn’t quite as high as predicted and rivers are no longer at risk for flooding, officials say.
Less than a week after they were first able to do so, candidates are continuing to file paperwork announcing their intention to run for local offices in the coming primary elections.
Residents in Miami County will soon see voting stations popping up at local businesses for an annual fundraiser that will culminate with a donation being made to a local charity and a king and queen “sweetheart” crowned at Miller’s Merry Manor nursing home.
Miami County voters can expect to see a few new names on their ballots in this year’s elections after a handful of candidates announced their intention to run for local offices in the first days of candidate filing.
Jeans and T-shirts weren’t a common sight on the flight line at Grissom Air Reserve Base, but changes to positions in the new year will bring a new type of employee to work on the 434th Air Refueling Wing’s KC-135R Stratotankers.
Miami County Helping Hands got itself a helping hand Tuesday when representatives from a nearby bank stopped by the local food bank with a donation of more than $7,000 from a recent fundraiser.
The body, created last year by the Miami County Planning Commission to review county zoning ordinances relating to large hog raising operations, will meet Tuesday night to discuss new items.
More than 20 people packed into the front room at the Miami County Democratic Party headquarters Thursday night to learn a little about the county’s history and its connection to the women’s fight for the vote more than a century ago.
The Miami County Health Department announced just after Christmas that officials had confirmed a single case of Hepatitis A in a local food worker in the county. The department has since sought to reassure residents that they are at relatively low risk for infection.
Miami County’s U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency announced that members elected William Tyman Miller III of Peru to represent his local administrative area during the recent county committee election.
Peru will be the location for an upcoming series of sessions meant to provide more information for area organizations seeking grant support for various art-related projects.
With donations down to well-known charitable organizations in the area, other groups that help the county’s most vulnerable residents say they are seeing an increased demand for their services including several who no longer even have a place to call home.
Local donations to the Salvation Army’s iconic Red Kettle Campaign were significantly lower this year and officials worry what that is going to mean for the local office’s operations.
Despite the cold weather and time away from home, reservists from the 434th Air Refueling Wing at Grissom Air Reserve Base took a moment to appreciate their military families and celebrate the holidays with festivities throughout the December unit training assembly.
Maconaquah Superintendent James Callane, school board members Allen Willson and David Scheblo, and school board president Robert Daine welcomed state Sen. Stacey Donato for a corporation visit last week.
Peru trash pickup for the holidays will be as follows: Dec. 23 and Dec. 24 trash will be picked up on Dec. 23. Dec. 25 and Dec. 26 trash will be picked up on Dec. 26. Trash pick-up for Dec. 27 will happen as scheduled.
Authorities are continuing to investigate after an apparent car crash early Sunday morning knocked out power for more than 1,000 residents.
Two men, charged in connection with the May 2018 death of a Summitville man will have to wait until at least January to learn if they will be tried together.
The shelves and the coffers of a local food bank got a boost in time for the holiday season on Thursday when officials with Dukes Memorial Hospital presented representatives with thousands of food items and some extra cash.
On Dec. 14 members of the North Miami FFA Forestry team traveled to Purdue to compete in the state FFA forestry contest. The forestry contest is made up of four categories consisting of a knowledge exam, leaf identification, wood identification and seed identification.
Friends, family and airmen from Grissom Air Reserve Base crowded into the dining hall on Dec. 8 to witness the end of Chief Master Sgt. Will Somers’ 33 years of military service.
Seasonal favorites are set to mix with some unexpected musical turns as the Fort Wayne Philharmonic is set to present their Holiday Pops concert at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Honeywell Center’s Ford Theater. All tickets are $18.
Troopers with the Indiana State Police arrested a man Sunday night after they said a traffic stop in Miami County turned up a vehicle that had been reported out of South Bend.