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Trial date set for former City of Wabash employee

By Joseph Slacian
jslacian@thepaperofwabash.com

Angelina M. Monroe, 38, Sharpsville, a former billing clerk for the Wabash City Wastewater Treatment Plant, was arrested Monday afternoon, Feb. 26, when she turned herself into deputies at the Wabash County Jail.


Officers served Monroe with a Wabash Circuit Court arrest warrant alleging felony charges for official misconduct, two charges of theft, and one count for corrupt business influence.


Monroe entered a not guilty plea during a hearing on Feb. 27. Trial dates have been set for 9 a.m. June 19-20 in Wabash Circuit Court.
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
Trial date set for former City of Wabash employee

By Joseph Slacian
jslacian@thepaperofwabash.com

Angelina M. Monroe, 38, Sharpsville, a former billing clerk for the Wabash City Wastewater Treatment Plant, was arrested Monday afternoon, Feb. 26, when she turned herself into deputies at the Wabash County Jail.


Officers served Monroe with a Wabash Circuit Court arrest warrant alleging felony charges for official misconduct, two charges of theft, and one count for corrupt business influence.


Monroe entered a not guilty plea during a hearing on Feb. 27. Trial dates have been set for 9 a.m. June 19-20 in Wabash Circuit Court.
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
Mayor's Youth Council wins Community Development Competition

BLOOMINGTON – Student leaders from Wabash Mayor’s Youth Council took home first place in the Community Development Competition during the 2018 Aim Youth Leadership Summit on Saturday.


For their efforts, the Youth Council will receive $2,500 to put toward an innovative community development project for the city. The Youth Leadership Summit featured a Community Development Competition, sponsored by Duke Energy, where students were tasked with creating an amenity for the fictional town of Hoosier, Indiana. The Wabash Mayor’s Youth Council won the competition with its proposal for a community center.

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
Events to benefit Terflinger family

By The Paper staff

NORTH MANCHESTER -- The community of North Manchester will join together on Saturday, March 17, to host two events to benefit the family of Finley Terflinger, 5 month old daughter of Tim and Kara Terflinger.


Finley began treatment for Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) in February. Finley also has the support of her siblings, Nicholas, Trinity, Avery, Maggie and Remington
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
'Irish Heart' coming to Ford Theater

By Joseph Slacian
jslacian@thepaperofwabash.com

Chloe Agnew was destined for a career in the entertainment field.


Born to two entertainers in Ireland, Agnew made her musical debut on television at age 6. At age 11, she cut her first record, and the following year, at age 12, recorded her first album.


When she was 14, she became one of the original members of Celtic Women, a role she would continue with for the next decade. For the last four years, she’s been on her own, writing and recording music.


Agnew and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra will be at the Honeywell Center on Friday, March 16, to bring the St. Patrick’s Eve performance of “An Irish Heart.”
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
Rhinestones and Roses opens new location

By David Fenker
david@nmpaper.com

NORTH MANCHESTER -- Two years ago, Jentri and Josi Cripe opened a joint business selling flowers and fashion north of North Manchester on State Road 13.


The pair recently relocated in order to increase visibility, opening their new location at 1302 SR 114 W. Monday, Feb. 26.
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
City approves SRO agreement

By Joseph Slacian
jslacian@thepaperofwabash.com

An agreement to provide a School Resource Officer to Wabash City Schools was approved Thursday, March 1, by the Wabash Board of Public Works and Safety.


The Wabash City Schools Board approved the measure earlier in February.


Under the agreement the SRO – Sam Hipskind – will be assigned to Wabash High School, Wabash Middle School, The Access Learning Academy and O.J. Neighbours Elementary School.
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06
Midwest Poultry seeks tax abatement

By Josh Sigler
jsigler@thepaperofwabash.com

Midwest Poultry on Monday, Feb. 26, received a 10-year tax abatement from the Wabash County Council, to help offset costs sustained in a fire in October which destroyed five buildings at its Hi-Grade Egg Producers facility in rural North Manchester.

The measure passed 4-1, with District 3 councilman Matt Dillon the only dissenting vote. Lorissa Sweet and newly appointed member Babara Pearson had prior engagements and were not at the meeting.
 

Posted on 2018 Mar 06

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