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All Nettle Creek students safe after lockdown

HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – Students at both Nettle Creek schools are safe and were dismissed Friday, Jan. 11, as usual after officials to locked down the junior-senior high and the elementary schools Friday afternoon in response to a possible threat. Superintendent William Doering said school officials were alerted that there was a rumor that a student […]

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Lady Tigers Feast on Cardinals

By Dan Harney HAGERSTOWN — When the Seton Catholic Lady Cardinals flew into Robert E. Clark gymnasium Friday evening, they were greeted by a team that has stepped up its game recently. Wearing uniforms provided by the Indiana National Guard, the Lady Tigers, who got off to a disappointing start this season, are starting to […]

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Human remains found in Hagerstown field

HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – A forensic autopsy is being conducted after human remains were found in a Hagerstown field on Monday, Oct. 1. Shortly before 2 p.m., Wayne County Emergency Communications received a report of human remains being located in a field at 15873 Turnpike Road, which is across from the town’s park. Officers from the […]

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Math Bowl Tigers Adding Up Wins

By Joe Klemann Over 500 schools around the state compete in Math Bowl, a math competition among elementary schools that includes 4th – 6th graders. While it does not receive all the accolades the sporting world provides, it is an equally demanding competition that requires quick decisions and fast calculating. “Math Bowl is a program […]