Darrell Von Sossan has accepted the postmaster position for Bluffton, Ohio. He previously served as postmaster in Leipsic, Ohio for the past 12 years, and he is approaching his 24th year as a United States Postal worker.
by Austin Arnold There’s an old saying that goes something like, “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” Well, for Lori Sellers and Rheanne Davis Halker, also known as The Junk Ladies, they have taken that adage and turned it into a business, which they opened a few weeks ago on June 23. Located in Beaverdam at the intersection of SR 696/Napoleon Road and Main St., Lori and Rheanne have filled their cozy spruced up shop with a ton of items each have collected over the years from their homes. When both realized they had a surplus of miscellaneous items, they decided to put it all together and try to sell it.
by Kathryn Tschuor The majority of Monday night’s regular meeting of Bluffton’s Town Council centered around the Lawn, Jackson and Grove Streets and the Mound and Cherry Streets Water Main Replacement Projects.
by Evan Skilliter Over 21 bands and musicians rocked Bluffton University last weekend during a two-day music event called Mennofolk. Mennofolk, according to organizer Wendy Chappell-Dick, is a “soul-warming, toe-tapping event.” This event featured singer-songwriters, roots music, and hymns across three stages at Bluffton University.