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Delphi treasurer caught embezzling little league money - Newsbug Information
A elementary school secretary – described by friends as “a very nice person” – has been arrested and charged with embezzling more than $7,000 from the Delphi Youth Baseball League, while serving as that organization’s treasurer. Janell L.
Class 1A, No. 12 Falcons lose to Lafayette CC - Newsbug Information
LAFAYETTE – The Frontier volleyball team, ranked No. 12 in Class A, managed to win one set against No. 4-ranked Lafayette Central Catholic at McHale Gymnasium Thursday night but that was all it could muster against the senior-laden state finalist from ...
McCutcheon downs TLHS soccer - Newsbug Information
The Twin Lakes boys’ soccer team played a tough match Thursday night, losing to a physical McCutcheon team 3-1. The Mavericks opened up the game with a score eight minutes in, only to see the ball go through the net again at the 21-minute mark in the ...
Monticello garden centers providing expertise, beauty - Newsbug Information
Are you looking for something beautiful for your yard, the latest hydrangea, the perfect color of petunia, or a unique piece of garden art? Perhaps you just need a bit of advice on what blooms best in that sunny spot in your yard, or how to get plants to ...
Delphi: Death of a local sports legend - Newsbug Information
Anthony G. “Tony” Berto, 93, of Delphi, died at 5:40pm Thurs.-Aug. 21, 2014, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center-Delphi. He was born May 4, 1921 in Clinton, IN, to the late Julious & Mary Magnabosco Berto. His marriage was to Marilyn Parsons in Otsego ...
Twin Lakes School Corporation loses landmark - Newsbug Information
A phone call around 7:30 p.m. Thursday evening informed Twin Lakes School Corporation Superintendent Tom Fletcher that a landmark at the corporation’s central office was gone. High winds and frequent cloud to ground lightening, along with torrential ...
Good news from White County recidivism study - Newsbug Information
The research results are in on the White County Community Corrections Substance Abuse Services impact on recidivism, and the news is good, according to Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor Steve Stone. The substance abuse program has completed its first ...
Vikings look promising in season debut win - Newsbug Information
The North White volleyball team opened up its 2014 season with an impressive win over the much larger Lafayette Jeff High School in four sets. The Vikings won the first set, 25-19, then lost the second in a close battle, 25-22. NWHS would then sweep the ...
New landfill cell being prepared - Newsbug Information
Liberty Landfill, located about two miles east of Buffalo, allows some community projects to go forward without the use of tax dollars. Two recent projects include the development of the new community park in Buffalo in Liberty Township and White County ...
‘Swim Skinny’ no overnight sensation - Newsbug Information
Monticello’s own Chris Baer, better known to many as “Swim Skinny” or “Swimmy,” is the lead musician for the Swim Skinny band. The music is referred to as “trop rock” due to the tropical kind of sound and beat. Baer’s success was not sudden ...