No new leads in search for missing White County man

FREE 81-year-old Glen Luse has been missing for six days

It has been nearly 24 hours since a Silver Alert was declared for missing White County resident Glen Luse, and six days since he was last seen by family and friends. White County Sheriff Bill Brooks said Wednesday, Sept. 8, there is no new information on the location of Luse, who was reported missing on Sept. 5. Tips called into […]

2021-09-08 E-Edition

Never forget

A Monticello business is determined to never forget the sacrafice of the men and women who have served the United States military since the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Tracey Runyon and Jackie Marquis, of the Regal Beloit Corporation, placed 13 flags outside the business on North Sixth Street, in honor of the 13 service men and women who were […]

Frontier students earn national honors

CHALMERS — Three Frontier students received the honor of a lifetime for their summer projects. Brody Layton, Chase Pekny and Andrew Turner earned national recognition from the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference, held in Nashville, Tennessee, at the end of June. This year’s conference was a both inperson and virtual, due to COVID. FCCLA […]

Chamberlain family recognized for legacy as ‘Hoosier Homestead’

This story is the second in a two-part series recognizing area Hoosier Homestead Centennial farms

CHALMERS — Last month, Bill Chamberlain and his two younger sisters accepted an award from the State of Indiana. But he insists that they didn’t really do that much to deserve it. “My sisters and I had nothing to do with it,” he says, chuckling. The award, given to them at the Indiana State Fair in August, recognizes his family […]

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News & Review relocates to new office

The News & Review is expanding and has relocated to new offices. “In an effort to continue to provide the best community news to our readers, we found it necessary to move to a designated office space for our staff,” said News & Review Executive Editor Amy Graham-McCarty. “This will afford our subscribers a place to speak to staff, drop […]

‘A different animal:’ Periodical vs. annual cicadas

Trees across the county are rattling with an electrical-sounding hum emanating from thousands of cicadas. But these big bugs are not the same as the 17-year Brood X cicadas that swarmed the eastern U.S. in late spring, including other parts of Indiana. “The annuals we have now are a totally different animal,” notes Purdue University entomology professor Cliff Sadof. “They […]

Wells celebrated as new director of Monticello Library

MONTICELLO — When Tina Emerick retired as director of the Monticello- Union Township Public Library, Candace Wells took over on an interim basis. Wells was officially named the new library director earlier this month. The library celebrated her new position with a cake reception on Sept. 1. Wells is a lifelong Monticello resident and graduate of Twin Lakes High School. […]

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Presbyterian Church to pay tribute to 9/11 victims On Saturday, Sept. 11, at 8:30 a.m., the First Presbyterian Church of Monticello will gather in the sanctuary of the church to remember, honor, and pray for those who perished on 9/11 as a result of the attack on the World Trade Center, as well as for those who died later as […]