Wabash County communities band together for economic growth

A steady decline in population has forced five incorporated communities in Wabash County to form a team to improve economic development in the area. The team, called Imagine One 85, is made up of elected and appointed officials, organizations and civic leaders formed from the communities of La Fontaine, Lagro, North Manchester, Roann and Wabash.

Indiana Landmarks to rehab Wabash neighborhood

Six historic homes in a Wabash neighborhood will be rehabilitated by Indiana Landmarks in an attempt to sell the homes next year. Indiana Landmarks plans to overhaul the exteriors of the homes and to add curb appeal before putting them on the market in early 2021.

Manchester University, Indiana Tech to reopen for fall semester

Two more Indiana higher education institutions can be added to the growing list of colleges and universities with plans to reopen their campuses later this year.

Indiana egg producer donates to homebound families

MPS Egg Farms says it is donating a dozen eggs each week to families in the Manchester Community School District.

Eagles Theatre to reopen with events showcase

After a nearly two-year renovation process, the Eagles Theatre in Wabash is slated to re-open in the next few weeks. Leading up to the official opening, the 114-year-old theatre is set to host preview events at the end of February into March.

Manchester University to add Master’s Degree in nutrition

Manchester University in North Manchester is moving forward with plans to launch a Master of Science in Nutrition and Nutrigenomics. Students who complete the program would be eligible to take the Commission on Dietetic Registration national credentialing examination for certification as a registered dietitian nutritionist.

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