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Presbyterian Church hosts call out for Boy Scouts - Newsbug Information
Boy Scout Troop 154 will have a callout for all boys in fifth through eighth grade at the First Presbyterian Church in Monticello on Monday, March 2, at 7:00 p.m. Youth interested in becoming a scout, along with their families, will meet in the fellowship ...
Vikings look for senior night to turn things around - Newsbug Information
Thursday night the seniors for North White (11-10) have one last chance to perform in front of their home crowd. Thursday is senior night for the Vikings. The Vikings play the Eagles of Faith Christian (9-12). The team hopes to get a win for the seniors as ...
Purdue chef teaches TLHS students benefits, realities of culinary profession - Newsbug Information
Purdue University Production Chef Dennis Raney stopped by the culinary classes of Twin Lakes High School February 18 and February 25, and while doling out delicious doses of food he’s learned to prepare in his 20 years of cooking, he also gave students a ...
Indians honor seniors - Newsbug Information
MONTICELLO- Tuesday night the Twin Lakes (15-8) seniors suited up on their home court one last time. They ran through the tunnel of fans one last time. They stepped on their home court one last time. The Indians were not able to come through with the win ...
Relaxed and ready to race - Newsbug Information
Friday night is the start of the boys swimming and diving state finals. The four, Nick Lyons, Lane Robertson, Nick Buehler, and Ben Manahan, from Twin Lakes that are competing Friday night are all excited and believe they are ready to compete at the ...
NIPSCO awards $3,000 grant to White County Council on Aging - Newsbug Information
The Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) presented the White County Council on Aging with $3,000 in grant funding Tuesday, with the funds to go toward the purchase of two vehicles for the organization to help with the comfortable transportation ...
Local boys’ hoops history - Newsbug Information
It is that time of the year again Indiana High School Boy’s Basketball tournament time. Few things compare to it in the nation. We Hoosiers are proud of many things and high school basketball is most certainty one of them. As I prepare to cover the local ...
Same story different game for North White - Newsbug Information
MONON-North White (11-10) has been searching for who they are as a team since Christmas break according to head coach Eli Henson. Henson hoped Tuesday night when the Vikings hosted the Rossville Hornets (8-14). The Hornets swarmed the Vikings early and ...
Election board weighs penalties for late campaign finance reports - Newsbug Information
The White County Election Board voted to penalize one county councilman for late campaign finance reports at a Monday public hearing, with 11 candidates being on the docket for late filings. The public hearing was held in the county council room of the ...
Herald Journal camera travels to Okinawa, Japan - Newsbug Information
When history buff and photography lover John Ferguson of Okinawa, Japan, wanted to photograph his young daughter, he decided to do it with a large format film camera. Knowing something about the history of photography, he chose to search for a Graflex ...
Group to bring ‘Fabulous 101’ to the downtown Monticello area - Newsbug Information
Amy Anderson and Amy Crane are bringing a touch of fabulous to downtown Monticello, moving their former salon Eclips, which was located on North Illinois, to its new location at 101 North Main Street, where in addition to a beautiful new downtown space, it ...
Lengthening your spring turkey season is easier than you think - Newsbug Information
Turkey season; It’s just not long enough. If you love turkey hunting and find yourself wishing you could do more of it; you can. Here in north-central Indiana, our spring turkey season is only open for two-and-half weeks, and that is simply not ...
Sectional time for boys basketball - Newsbug Information
On Sunday all Indiana high school boy’s basketball teams were anxiously awaiting 4 pm. At 4 pm the sectional pairing show started and each team found out whom they play in the first round of this years IHSAA boy’s basketball state tournament.
Monticello Parks Department to celebrate 100 years - Newsbug Information
The Monticello Parks Department will turn 100 this year, and to celebrate its centennial, there will be a special presentation each month hosted in one of the parks with information, events and activities. Kickoff to the spring season of events will be on ...
Kids Count report reveals poverty, suicide emerging problems for Indiana kids - Newsbug Information
According to the 2015 Kids Count in Indiana Data Book compiled by the Indiana Youth Institute (IYI), child poverty and teen suicide rates are becoming a growing problem with Indiana children. The data released, which is part of a national network of state ...