MEET THE CANDIDATESRepublican candidates for Commissioner on the ticket in the May 3 primary provided the following answers to questions provided by the News & Review. Candidates were limited to a three-sentence response per question.
Mark Helms Why should voters vote for you? I would like to participate in the building and promoting of business opportunities in White County. I would also like to focus on the development and maintenance of the current and future infrastructure of where we call home. I have listened to and will continue to listen to the citizens of White […]
Every 15 minutes
It wasn’t real, but it could have been. Every 15 minutes someone in the United States dies from an alcohol-related traffic collision. On Friday, Frontier High School students experienced that firsthand. Students at the school presented the “Every 15 Minutes Program,” an emotionally charged program designed to dramatically instill teenagers with the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol, and texting […]
Police looking at Yubo, Yellow app in Delphi killings
Indiana State Police are looking deeper into the anthony_ shots profile and any connection an individual using the account may have had with Abigail Williams and Liberty German, two teen girls whose bodies were found near the Monon High Bridge Trail in Delphi in February of 2017. Investigators with the Delphi Double Homicide Task Force want to expand the list […]
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U.S. 24 to have road and lane closures east of Reynolds
Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Milestone Contractors LP will begin work on U.S. 24/U.S. 421 between State Road 43/U.S. 421 and State Road 39/U.S. 421 on or after Wednesday, April 20. Work will begin with two pipe replacements that will result in U.S. 24 being closed between C.R. 50 East and C.R. 125 East. Motorists should seek an alternate route, […]
Legion Auxiliary to have noodle dinner The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 81, of Monticello, is hosting a homemade noodle dinner on Wednesday, April 13, from 5-7 p.m., at the American Legion Post located on East Washington Street, off of U.S .24 at the east end of the Washington Street bridge. The meal will include a choice of chicken or beef […]
Library to have virtual poetry reading
The Monticello-Union Township Library will present “Second Wind,” a poetry reading by Kenny Fresh on Wednesday, April 13, at 6 p.m. Join the library for a virtual poetry reading by Fresh over Zoom. Fresh utilizes the power of words to refresh perspectives about navigating one’s journey with collective hope. Other events at the library this week include: Teen LEGO Challenge: […]
FOOTSTEPS IN HISTORYHow well do you know White County history?
1) Pictured is a well-known figure in Monticello. Who was this man? 2) In 1854 a new business popped up in Reynolds. What was it? 3) Milton M. Sill completed and stocked a new store in the upstart town in Reynolds in 1855. What was it? ANSWERS 1) Pictured is a well-known figure in Monticello. Who was this man? Answer: […]
Monon News April 11, 1913 George Duncan, rural carrier on No. 18, received several broken ribs while trying to manage his horse which had been frightened at a passing automobile. Herbert Russell is the substitute for him. The latest reports concerning the Smallpox at Wolcott increases the number to 47 cases with 16 families quarantined. April 10, 1952 The annual […]