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A taste of Christmas cheer

Cambridge City welcomed the Christmas season Nov. 25 with Winter Wonderland. Between carriage rides and ice skating, children could visit with Santa Claus after his arrival on a fire truck, or sample s’mores. The line to see Santa stretched past the town’s beautiful lighted tree. WWN’s Chris Hardie was there to capture these photos. Photos […]

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Green light given for speed devices, eclipse camping

Cambridge City’s council gave preliminary support for two speed-monitoring devices around town, fundraising for a performance venue and renting camping spaces next April.  Wayne County Foundation gave Cambridge City Main Street $11,000 toward several desired initiatives, such as wayfarer signs, billboards and website improvements. With police support, CCMS proposes buying two speed-deterring devices like those […]

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Water tower move could save Cambridge City $200K

Wayne County commissioners heard from Economic Development Corporation President Valerie Shaffer that moving the planned location of a water tower at Gateway Industrial Park by 860 feet could save Cambridge City $200,000. As a part of the plans in motion for Sugar Creek Packing Company’s $11 million expansion there, officials realized that the tower’s original […]

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School board: Lincoln football will continue

Western Wayne’s school board members said there is no plan afoot to discontinue the Lincoln Middle/High School football program. All five members of the school board and Superintendent Andy Stover told a crowd at the Nov. 8 board meeting that information posted on social media was wrong. Stover said that the football coach, Danny Capps, […]

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Angel Tree applications due Nov. 22 at Golay

Western Wayne families who could use some help providing gifts for their children or young teens are encouraged to apply for Golay Community Center’s Angel Tree. Applications are being collected through Nov. 22, with no late applications accepted. Registration takes place during regular business hours at the center, 1007 E. Main St., Cambridge City. Families […]

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Free Thanksgiving meals offered

Some local organizations are offering free food in advance of Thanksgiving, such as bags of groceries or prepared meals through delivery or in-person dining. Western Wayne A free Thanksgiving dinner will be presented to the Western Wayne community from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in the Lincoln Middle/High School cafeteria. A traditional Thanksgiving feast – turkey, […]

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Lincoln football coach resigns

Danny Capps has resigned as Lincoln’s head football coach. The resignation appears as an agenda item to be considered during the 6 p.m. Nov. 8 meeting of the Western Wayne Schools board. Capps compiled a record of 1-17 in two seasons. Veteran Lincoln head volleyball coach Greg Seidner has also submitted his resignation for the […]