by Paula McKibben More proof that things happen for a reason. Rachel Webster, owner and president of Ideal Images, bought a large inventory of screen printing and embroidery equipment, but needed a space to set it up. About that time, a person approached her about buying her building. Selling the building at this time allowed her the opportunity to expand her business – and this she is doing immediately.
by Sam Brauen Steve Bruskotter, former Bluffton track and field coach, cross country coach and teacher, will be inducted into the Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame on Jan. 30 in Columbus.
by Ivy Keller On Saturday, Cleveland-born author Susan Streeter Carpenter presented her novel, “Riders on the Storm,” at used bookstore Book ReViews in Bluffton. Her reading was one in a series of visiting authors that Book ReViews hosts on a regular basis. The novel follows the experiences of a young woman named Ivy Barcelona as she navigates the changing political and social landscape of 1968. Carpenter signed copies and read excerpts from her book during the event.
by Ron Geiser Bluffton Village Council approved an updated code of laws for the coming year, but likely of more importance to residents was approval of the third and final reading of two ordinances affecting their water, sewer and yard waste collection rates in the near future. The American Legal Publishing’s Ohio Basic Code, 2015 Edition, was passed under emergency legislation.