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August 29, 2013

The latest edition of the Advance News is on sale now. Without the community's support, the local newspaper can't support the community. Home delivery is available for $21 per year and can be arranged by calling 800-933-0356.

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August 23, 2013

The latest edition of Advance News is on sale now. Without the community's support, the local newspaper can't support the community. Home delivery is available for $21 per year and can be ordered by calling 800-933-0356.

Nappanee Girl Scouts Plan Parent Info Night

August 23, 2013

NAPPANEE — The Nappanee Girl Scout Troop #10027 has scheduled a Parent Information Night on Thursday, August 29, from 5-7 PM in the Nappanee Public Library conference room. Girls from kindergarten-age through high school are invited to join for a $15 annual membership fee. Come find out what it's all about!

The Nappanee Kiwanis Club supports the local Girl Scout program and presented them with a $500 check in June.

Pictured from the left are Co-Troop Leader Miranda Bartz, her daughter Sophia, and Toni Bonacorsi, the Kiwanis Youth Services Committee Chair.

Are you a hunter? You'll want to read this

August 23, 2013

Application deadline nears for state park deer reduction hunts

The deadline for hunters to apply for this year’s state park deer reduction hunts is Aug. 25.

Hunters must apply online by visiting Hunting.IN.gov and clicking on the "Reserved Hunt Info" link. Paper applications are not available.

Deer reduction hunts reduce the ecological damage that deer herds cause in state parks by helping to maintain deer browsing at a sustainable level. Biologists determine which parks require a reduction each year based on plant recovery and previous hunter success.

2013 NWHS fall sports team photos

August 22, 2013

See all the NorthWood High School 2013 fall sports team photos -- including cheerleaders, coaches and trainers -- on the Advance News Facebook page. And don't forget to like us while you're there. All photos stillisonStudios/datPHOTOS

Top class: Wa-Nee schools introduce new teachers

August 10, 2013

NAPPANEE — Wa-Nee Community Schools have 12 new teachers for the 2013-14 school year. In the front row from left are Kindra Garey, second grade teacher at Woodview Elementary; Malinda Troyer, speech pathologist at NorthWood Middle School; Rachel Rowe, special education at NorthWood High School; Lisa Hostetter, second grade at Wakarusa Elementary, Jamie Martin, seventh grade science at NorthWood Middle School; and Dani Davidson, first grade at Woodview Elementary.

Sisters vacation together for 30 years

August 10, 2013

NAPPANEE — The Jewell girls are celebrating 30 years of sisters’ vacation together. 
They, with their brother, Vernon, are children of the late Rev. Marvin and Ruth Jewell who pastored the former Nappanee Pilgrim Holiness Church 1948–1954. 
Rebecca returned to Nappanee when she married Wayne Haney in 1966.
It all began in the summer of 1983, when, on a whim, we decided to make a trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee taking Mother with us.She died two months later. The trip brought so much enjoyable time together, that we decided to do it again the next year, in Mother’s memory.”

"The Nerd" a play you won't want to miss

August 4, 2013

WARSAW — Whether you are looking for a simple evening of entertainment, wanting an idea of how to handle that one awkward person in your life with seemingly no people skills or common sense, or seeking inspiration on how to support a dear friend in an anonymous manner, "The Nerd" is a play you won’t want to miss.
The Broadway play is now being offered until Aug. 10, at Wagon Wheel Theatre, Warsaw.
Written around characters living in 1979 Terre Haute, Ind., the play surrounds a young architect freshly home from serving in the Vietnam War, William Cubbert.

Back to the past: Group has History of Harvest Day

August 2, 2013

NAPPANEE — Nappanee Power From the Past held a History of the Harvest Day on Saturday, July 13, at the group’s show grounds located on Tomahawk Trail just west of downtown Nappanee.
Approximately 200 people – tractor club members and interested spectators – witnessed wheat harvesting history and equipment spanning from Biblical times through the 1950s.
One special guest, Merv Yoder from the Shipshewana area, shared his passion for preserving the rich harvesting history, and educated others with a historical account of the development of the first mechanical harvesting equipment.

Beach kicks: The Pumas U14 Girls win

August 2, 2013

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Beach kicks
The Pumas U14 Girls, representing NorthWood Soccer Club, won the U-16 division of the Soccer in the Sand tournament. The tournament was July 20 on the beach at Michigan City. The games were five vs. five format. Pictured in front from left are Libby Martin, Morgan Stickley, Kylie Murphy and Brittani Shields. In back from left are Maddi Jantzi, Taylor Luster, Coach Tom Shields, Amanda Heckaman, Mackenzie Lincoln, Mckenzie Bergman and Jill Kissin.

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