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Official gets state call

When Northeastern wrestler Heather Crull arrives at the Ford Center in Evansville for the state wrestling meet this weekend she will see a familiar face. Cambridge City resident Jerry Ingalls got the call from the IHSAA he has been hoping to receive. Ingalls has been selected to be an official at the Indiana High School […]

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Donations being collected for fire victims

Several volunteer fire departments collaborated to extinguish a house fire, and donations are now being accepted on the residents’ behalf.   At about 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, Milton-Washington Township, Dublin and Cambridge City volunteer fire departments were dispatched to a structure fire in the 9000 block of Chapel Road in rural Milton.   The first unit […]

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Dublin requests help to protect water supply

The town of Dublin hopes its residents and businesses will help maintain a safe water supply. The town’s drinking water is groundwater produced from local wells, according to a news release. That underground aquifer and the water supply wells must be protected from potential contamination. Dublin has developed a Wellhead Protection Plan that was approved […]

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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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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 […]

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Dublin approves $850K in improvements

Dublin became the latest community to approve Wayne County’s Hoosier Enduring Legacy Program strategic investment plan. Commissioner Jeff Plasterer shared during the Oct. 11 commissioners meeting that Dublin was the final participating town to vote its approval, doing so during an Oct. 10 meeting. That leaves only Richmond among the eight participants — also including […]