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She was born January 6, 1936 in Cicero to Joseph and Mary Binford Hensley. She lived in Richmond most of her life before moving to Indianapolis five years ago.
County council makes Cambridge City library appointment
The Wayne County Council on Wednesday reappointed Elaine Potter to another four-year term on the Cambridge City Library Board.
Wayne County Council tackles business Wednesday
The Wayne County Council meets at 8 a.m. Wednesday in Council Chambers at the County Administration Building, 401 E. Main St. in Richmond.
Celebrations: Nathan Catron & Amanda Johnson
Amanda is a student at The Chef's Academy, specializing in Pastry Arts. Nathan Catron is the son of Brett Catron and Debbie Catron of Cambridge City, Indiana.
Cambridge City home catches fire
A fire broke out at a home near downtown Cambridge City on Thursday morning. At 9:54 a.m., Wayne County emergency dispatch reported a house fire at 516 E. Main St. in Cambridge City.
Westbound I-70 near Cambridge City reopens after crash
Interstate 70 near Cambridge City reopened around 3 p.m. Tuesday, about 90 minutes after a crash closed the highway at the 134 mile marker.
Women march on Cambridge City saloon
The winter of 1874, well-organized Quaker, Presbyterian and Methodist female churchgoers marched against local saloons to protest the sale of alcohol.
Parker focuses on bankruptcy, personal injury, family law, real estate and civil litigation.
Manure focus of meeting Monday
Officials from Wayne and surrounding counties will hear about the storage, use and regulation of livestock manure at a meeting next week.
Weather-related advisories issued
A Level I Travel Advisory has been issued for Wayne County because several area roads have areas of high water caused by melting snow.
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Comfort Keepers Food Drive For Seniors
Cambridge City IN- "At least one in nine seniors is at risk of going hungry due to the inability to obtain sufficient food for their household, or having to choose between food and medical care, according to Feeding America.
Cummings, Maxine I., of Richmond, died Jan. 15. Memorial mass for Maxine and Tom Cummings will be at 10 a.m. April 26 at St. Mary's Church, Richmond Dearing, Nancy R., formerly of Richmond, died Feb. 15. Service will be at 6 tonight at Hippensteel Funeral Home, Lafayette, Ind., where visitation is 3-6 p.m. today.
Police department appreciates many kindnesses during difficult time
Lloyd had been a member of the police department for more than 22 years and was highly respected by both the department and the community.
Cambridge City man sentenced in fatal accident case
A Cambridge City man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison, with six suspended, for his role in a fatal car accident a year ago on U.S. 40 near Mount Auburn.
Wintry mess moves out, warm up moves in
The Olympic assignment is one seasoned journalists may yearn for but never get. So imagine the opportunity for a select group of students at Ball State who headed to Sochi to cover the games.
Out of Our Past: Women of Wayne County protest against saloons
In February 1874, east central Indiana exploded when irate females protested against local saloons.
Harriet S. Davis
She was born in New Jersey on August 27, 1918, the daughter of George and Lida Salmon.
He was born August 16, 1919 east of Milton to Ross and Lena Eliason Sowers. He graduated from Lincoln High School, class of 1938 and attended Earlham College.
More than $4,000 was raised. Friday night's event includes raffles, auctions and charity dates.