The News-Gazette presents “Scott’s Stumper,” a feature by Scott Shaffer that shows zoomed-in photos of various things around Randolph County.

Boys Basketball Sectional tickets will go on sale starting tomorrow Thursday, Feb. 27. They will be on sale Thursday through noon on Tuesday, March 3. Tickets will be available in the WCHS off…

The Driver Hawks went 2-1 Monday evening beating Union City and Selma. Records for the Hawks were

Monroe Central had 21 points from Jackson Ullom and posted a big non-conference victory over Madison-Grant on Tuesday, 67-63. The Bears improved to 13-9 on the season.

Union City started well and led South Adams 13-11 after one period, but the Indians went cold in the second and third quarters and lost the non-conference game to the Starfires, 68-38.

UNION CITY, Ind. – The Union City girls basketball program wrapped up their season with the annual awards banquet on Monday evening. Several players from both the junior varsity and varsity te…

Falcons turn up the heat in second half to top Jay County

Winchester Mayor Bob McCoy was the guest speaker at Tuesday’s meeting of the Winchester Lions Club. McCoy addressed the many projects that are currently underway to improve the city, including…

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Boys Basketball Sectional tickets will go on sale starting tomorrow Thursday, Feb. 27. They will be on sale Thursday through noon on Tuesday, March 3. Tickets will be available in the WCHS off…

The Driver Hawks went 2-1 Monday evening beating Union City and Selma. Records for the Hawks were

Monroe Central had 21 points from Jackson Ullom and posted a big non-conference victory over Madison-Grant on Tuesday, 67-63. The Bears improved to 13-9 on the season.

Union City started well and led South Adams 13-11 after one period, but the Indians went cold in the second and third quarters and lost the non-conference game to the Starfires, 68-38.

Similar to our “What IS Your Story?” feature, the News Gazette brings you “What IS Your Business?” Where we’ll learn about some of our local businesses by posing some questions and asking for some fun facts. If you would like us to feature your business please contact us by e-mail at newsgaz…

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In continuing to bring our readers new and interesting information about your friends and neighbors, we are presenting our “What’s Your Story” series. This is a Q & A panel of 20 questions that we ask Randolph County Residents. The information is fun facts and good advice from them on va…

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