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Delphi Bacon Festival triples in number in second year - Newsbug Information
The second annual Indiana Bacon Festival in Delphi had a huge increase in its number of festival goers. Last year an average of 6,000 people attended, and this year that number increased to nearly 18,000 during the 2015 festival. “We’re having a good ...
Buffalo Ranch to host tours Labor Day weekend - Newsbug Information
The Buffalo Ranch will be offering hayride tours of its 150-acre ranch Sept. 5 and 6. Visitors will get to tour the land, see buffalo up close and be able to purchase meat and souvenirs. A meal of buffalo burgers, chips and a drink is included with the $10 ...
Frontier places third at Tri-County Invitational - Newsbug Information
WOLCOTT- Tri-County held their annual Tri-County Volleyball Invitational Saturday. The tournament featured eight teams and three of them were White County schools; Class A No. 4 Frontier, North White and Tri-County. After pool play the tournament began.
Indians win Logansport Invitational - Newsbug Information
LOGANSPORT- The Twin Lakes Indians traveled to play in the Logansport tournament Saturday. The Indians won the tournament for the second year in a row. The Indians beat Peru in the first round, then Logansport and finally Seeger. Twin Lakes’ No. 2 ...
Vikings run over Falcons - Newsbug Information
CHALMERS- North White traveled just 17 miles south to take on cross-county rival Frontier Friday night. They No. 8 Vikings defense let the Falcons cross the 50-yard line twice all night and with a short field their offense was able to pound the ball up the ...
North White struggles with sub shortage - Newsbug Information
North White School Corporation is having a tough time securing quality substitute teachers, says superintendent Dr. Teresa Gremaux. And the issue has grown more severe now that school is back in session. The corporation currently has 25 registered subs ...
No. 1 Knights beat No. 4 Falcons - Newsbug Information
CHALMERS – It wasn’t the ending Frontier’s volleyball team was looking for Thursday night at home dropping its first match of the season to Lafayette Central Catholic, but the Falcons earned a little respect in the tilt between two state-ranked squads.
Indians win on senior night - Newsbug Information
MONTICELLO- Thursday night the Twin Lakes tennis team honored their seniors. Both the varsity and junior varsity stepped up to make sure the seniors were honored with a victory against Lafayette Jefferson. The Indians never lost a match against Jeff ...
North White played well during loss to Westside - Newsbug Information
MONON- After getting their first win of the season North White came home for their first home game of the season. They played West Lafayette. The Red Devils were too much for the Vikings winning in three sets, 25-12, 25-10 and 25-17. Even though the team ...
Annual fish and chicken fry Aug. 28 - Newsbug Information
The 17 th annual CDC Resources fish and chicken fry will feature food, music, prizes and an opportunity to meet and greet with members of the CDC and the community. The Friday dinner runs from 4 to 7 p.m. at 5053 Norway Road in Monticello. CDC Resources ...
Brookston council to hold public storm sewer discussion - Newsbug Information
The Brookston town council will be holding a public hearing to discuss possible grant funds to fix the area’s storm sewer drainage. The hearing will commence Sept. 9 at 7 p.m.; the deadline to apply for the funding is Sept. 11. Brookston officials are ...
White County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus - Newsbug Information
White County is among the 27 Indiana counties that tested positive for mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus this summer. The news comes after the Indiana State Department of Health conducted its annual testing of mosquito populations throughout the state.
Execution is key for Tri-County - Newsbug Information
WOLCOTT- After leading for most of the game against Carroll, Tri-County looks to execute and sustain long drives to beat Indianapolis Arlington Friday night. “I think it is very important that we come out and execute right out of the gate. We need to ...
Indians want to finish drives - Newsbug Information
MONTICELLO- Twin Lakes plays at home for the second week in a row. This week they play host to Northwestern. The Tigers defense has similarities to the defense the Indians saw last week. The biggest thing this week for the Indians in finishing their drives.
Falcons hope to get better - Newsbug Information
CHALMERS- After a tough loss in week on the Falcons know that they have another big opponent in week two. The Falcons play host to Class A No. 8 North White. They Vikings are more than a top ranked team for the Falcons. They are their cross-county rival.