Part three of a series
The Henry County Commissioners heard some good news Wednesday when they asked from department head reports.
Memorial Park Superintendent Tracy Harrison gave the county commissioners an update Wednesday on events that are coming up at the park this summer.
State Sen. Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg, left) poses with Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler (right) outside of Knightstown Meats and Catering Friday, May 7. The meat locker received CARES Act funding through the 2020 ISDA grant program and Leising, Kettler, the Indi…
Pictures at the Plaza: TODAY, May 15th, 3-5 p.m. at The Plaza 1400 Broad St. New Castle Main Street will be taking pictures pre-prom. Parents and prom-goers invited to stop by
MIDDLETOWN — The Middletown/Fall Creek Township Public Library will kick off its annual Summer Reading Program with a free pizza party for all patrons on Saturday, June 5.
Muncie — Garden Fair, a free two-day community event, will be returning to Minnetrista in 2021! Garden Fair is the ultimate destination for gardeners of any experience level.
I have been searching for the perfect green bean recipe for years and now I am asking for your help. Do you have a family recipe, or perhaps a secret recipe, for green beans that you would be willing to share with me? My Grandma Barbra made the absolute best green beans I have ever had in al…
In Spiceland, the Freedom Days Festival is one of their most treasured traditions. Spiceland Freedom Days began in the summer of 1976 by a group of dedicated citizens who wanted to celebrate the bicentennial of our country. Due to its success, the festival then became a yearly event.
New Castle Spring Sing: New Castle High School Choir, Red Hot Blues. TODAY May 14th at 7:00 p.m. Bundy Auditorium. Tickets: $7 adults, $5 students. Reservation recommended, call Mrs. Jolley at 765-593-6670 or Mrs. Wilkinson at 765-521-7230.
In the first meeting since his recent resignation from the Spiceland Town Council after the previous meeting, Darrin Jacobs was present as a citizen of the town.
The Spiceland Town Council had plenty of items on the agenda for their May meeting Tuesday Night. They had to make a decision on getting their entire water system mapped electronically, so that they can use this to map out waterlines or breaks or whatever it may be.
New Castle Spring Sing: New Castle High School Choir, Red Hot Blues. Starting TODAY May 13th and Friday, May 14th at 7:00 p.m. Bundy Auditorium. Tickets: $7 adults, $5 students. Reservation recommended, call Mrs. Jolley at 765-593-6670 or Mrs. Wilkinson at 765-521-7230.
Henry Community Health has achieved the Healthgrades 2021 Outstanding Patient Experience Award. This distinction places Henry Community Health among the top five percent of hospitals nationwide for patient experience, according to Healthgrades, the leading marketplace that connects patients …
There are several popular walking trails, hiking trails, and hunting trails throughout the state of Indiana. Recently, however, a new trail has gained excitement from Indiana residents – the Indiana Culinary Trails.
New Castle Spring Sing: New Castle High School Choir, Red Hot Blues. Thursday, May 13th and Friday, May 14th at 7:00 p.m. Bundy Auditorium. Tickets: $7 adults, $5 students. Reservation recommended, call Mrs. Jolley at 765-593-6670 or Mrs. Wilkinson at 765-521-7230.
Memorial Park is hosting a special weekend for veterans in the surrounding areas. Memorial Park is going to honor the veterans with a weekend that will be dedicated to them at the park.
The Knightstown Park Board gathered for their monthly meeting on Monday. The board only had three members present, as Jill Gorman was unable to be in attendance.
The New Castle Henry County Chamber of Commerce hosted 26 organizations at the Pathway to Your Passion job fair May 6 in the Arts Park. Participating were American Senior Communities, Army National Guard, Boar’s Head Provisions, Citizens State Bank, Eastern Indiana Works, ERA Integrity Real …
INDIANAPOLIS – Henry County Auditor Debbie Walker was re-elected President of the Association of Indiana Counties’ (AIC) East Central District during the District Meeting in Shelby County this month.
The Henry County YMCA is offering eight weeks of summer camp for children ages 5-12. This year’s weekly themes for summer camp will include Disney, Puzzle Mania, Lego City, and more. The first week of camp will be June 7-11 and camps will continue weekly through July 26-30.
Agriculture will now be on the curriculum at New Castle Chrysler High School, thanks to a new hire of an agriculture teacher. Noah Brown, a recent Huntington graduate, will be teaching three courses starting the 2021-2022 school year.
Kennard Senior Living has officially reopened their community bingo night and residents, both in the town of Kennard and those living in the facility, are more than excited and ready.
The Tri High Alumni Association Board of Directors, in conjunction with Tri’s athletic department and school corporation, announce a continuation of honoring past and present athletes and coaches.