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Andrea Howe/The Register "White team" defenders in the kindergarten through second grade group of Nerfgun shoot-out competitors check their ammo before defending their flag at the Mabel Courter Youth Center skating rink

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The Register/Andrea Howe "Green team" defenders get in position to defend their flag in Nerf gun competition Saturday at the Wabash County Fairgrounds. Fair week is under way, with nightly events and projects for youth in the county.

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West Berwick Captain Eric Ikemire is joined by members of the West Berwick Golf Club, members of the high school golf team, and many others at Friday's ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony unveiled the new facilities at the West Berwick Golf Course, highlighted by its new restaurant, Stymies.

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Members of the Mount Carmel High School boys and girls golf teams join Eric Ikemire and their coaches, Karin Kelsey and John White. Ikemire presented the teams with a donation to the school on behalf of the West Berwick Golf Club. The donation can be seen held by Allyson Armstrong (fourth ov…

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MOUNT CARMEL -- Having completed a variety of renovations to their main facility, West Berwick Golf Course in Mount Carmel hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch the new look golf course to the public on Friday afternoon with a good turnout on hand to witness the ceremony.

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MOUNT CARMEL — A candlelight vigil is planned at 8 p.m. tonight (Friday) at Veterans Park in Mount Carmel, according to a news release submitted by Rena Bever Friday morning. 

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photo provided Chris Mitchell of George N. Michell Drilling Company and David Simmons of Locust Street Company lead a tour of facilities that included a drillig rig demonstration at Les Wilson Inc.'s facility in Carmi. J.Roy Dee of Dee Drilling also conducted a presentation on the oil prospe…

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SPRINGFIELD – Last week, residents of southern California experienced a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. To this day, residents continue to experience significantly powerful aftershocks. The event served as a stark reminder that earthquakes can happen anywhere in the world and at any time of day. I…

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MOUNT CARMEL -- Mount Carmel city government offices are operating in temporary quarters at 631 Market Street (the former Rhine and Earnest Law Office) due to a major water leak at the 219 Market Street City Hall.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Mount Carmel city government offices are operating in temporary quarters at 631 Market Street (the former Rhine and Earnest Law Office) due to a major water leak at the 219 Market Street City Hall.

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Andrea Howe/The Register Ahmad Badr, 3, mans the wheel of an Allendale Fire Protection District truck at Saturday's Touch A Truck event on Market Street in Mount Carmel.

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Andrea Howe/The Register Cade Belt, 6, is comfortable in the driver's seat of a mini sprint race car featured at Saturday's Touch A Truck event in Mount Carmel.

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Andrea Howe/The Register Mount Carmel's Touch A Truck Event on Market Street Saturday is a hit with youngsters, who climbed aboard excavating equipment, emergency response vehicles, racing and towing vehicles. The event, from 9 a.m. to noon, featured static exhibits from Guisewite Excavating…

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MOUNT CARMEL — City council members approved use of up to $180,000 in tax increment finance district revenue to finance an engineering study of the levee system which protects the city.