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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash County Highway Engineer Dustin Bunting reported that heavy rains Monday night caused a large drainage pipe to wash out on County Road 1000 East just north of County Highway 11 near the Lawrence County line.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash County Commissioners Monday reviewed the county's audit of yearly finances and saw that finances have improved from last year.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash County Animal Shelter's annual "Dog Swim" is from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the Mount Carmel City Pool.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel Retail Merchants Committee hosts a solar eclipse party at the Uptown Amphitheater Monday, Aug. 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash County Commissioners passed a new noxious weed ordinance Monday, which creates a new position of weed control superintendent.

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MOUNT CARMEL — District 348 Superintendent Tim Buss is asking for patience as recent school changes begin as classes resume Aug. 16.

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MOUNT CARMEL — The state's failure to pass a school budget will soon affect local schools — and leaves the door open for possible school closures.

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MOUNT CARMEL — The City of Mount Carmel will no longer be using the leaf vacuum to pick up leaves from city properties in the fall.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Ag Days begins this week, and organizers are putting the finishing touches on this year's event.

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ALBION — Wabash Valley Water Commission has received a $30,000 grant that will help fund a feasibility study into creating a regional water plant.

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ALLENDALE — Allendale Superintendent Bob Bowser said Wednesday that the school district will soon "start to feel the pain" if the state doesn't pass an education budget.

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MTC Fit's Jumping for a Cause jump-rope clinic and rope-braiding party Monday gave youngsters a chance to learn a classic fun fitness move, while adults cut T-shirts and braided the strips into jump-ropes that will be packed into Samaritan's Purse Christmas shoe-box gifts.

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