Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Cambridge City
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Review: Cast, crew delivers brilliant performance of ‘Young Frankenstein’

Supplied by Ally Springett Most everyone knows the story of Victor Frankenstein, the doctor who first shambled out of Mary Shelley's imagination in 1818. But do you know the story of his grandson, the...

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Friday, March 15th

Centerville plans controlled power outage

At 8:30 a.m. Monday, March 18, there will be a controlled power outage for tree trimming on North First Street. The estimated time for this outage is 2 hours. If you have any questions, please contact the town office during normal business hours Monday-Friday, 8-4:30 p.m.
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Friday, March 15th

Reporter/photographer Rachel Sheeley is on the scene at the fire in Hagerstown. Our thoughts go out to the residents and first responders on scene. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday, March 15th

Pick up our papers for a variety of Wayne County news including a preview of an event to honor all of our county's Vietnam veterans, a look at the American Legion's 100th national anniversary, obituaries, calendar listings, a crossword puzzle and more!
Copies are $1 each week. Some of our newest sales locations are Richmond's Speedway East and West, CVS North and West and Reid Health's Café at Twelve Hundred. We also sell papers in Fountain City at Fountain Acres Foods and Martin's Country Mart and Liquor Store.
Or, get an annual subscription for $35 within Wayne County (a few more $ charged for out of county or out of state) by visiting hmgccity.com or calling (765) 478-5448.
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Thursday, March 7th

Former Golden Eagle Kailey Merida (Class of 2014) made her silver screen debut on "Investigation Discovery". If you missed the show, check out the pics below. Great job Kailey! #WeSoar ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday, March 4th

Know a girl wanting to play sports this summer? Don't miss this opportunity! ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday, March 4th

Make sure you've picked up a copy of our previous edition before they disappear tomorrow afternoon from store racks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, February 28th

We're getting ready for Affairs of the Heart! Can't wait to see you!

JOIN US FOR: 11TH ANNUAL AFFAIRS OF THE HEART
❤ Thursday Feb 28 beginning at 4pm
❤ First Baptist Church, New Castle
❤ Free health screenings
❤ Door prizes
❤ Demonstrations and more!

#AffairsOfTheHeart
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Tuesday, February 26th

Are you near a TV? Catch one of these shows now with Western Wayne ties:
The Bundys, grandchildren of Brent Bundy and Joan Gethers and nieces and nephew of Carolyn and Harris Stearns, Jim and Diana Buhl, and David and Betsy Gethers will be performing on NBC's "The Voice" that just started airing. They are from the Wyoming area of Cincinnati and have recorded in Nashville. We wish them luck!!

"Finding Your Roots" this evening at 8 p.m. Indiana time on PBS features Michael Moore and two other Hollywood people. Leah Huddleston did the local research, including the Hoover family, founders of Richmond.
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Tuesday, February 26th

New Western Wayne News out today! Read more by picking up a copy or signing up for a yearly subscription. ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday, February 25th

Centerville street closing Tuesday

Please be aware that beginning at approximately 8 a.m. Tuesday, February 26, Crown Creek from North 1st Street to North 4th Street will be closed to traffic until approximately 3 p.m.

Any questions, please contact the town office during regular business hours – Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. - at (765) 855-5515
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Thursday, February 21st

Here's a great example of regional collaboration: Richmond, Connersville and New Castle high school choirs will perform with The Ohio State University’s Men's and Women’s Glee Clubs at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22, at RHS' Civic Hall. Advance tickets are $8 for students and $12 for adults, or $15 at the door. Call (765) 973-3350 or visit civichall.com. #buckeyes #ohiostate #werrichmond #newcastle #connersville #fayettecounty #henrycounty #indiana #ohio ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, February 21st

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Main Street/U.S. 40 Cambridge City has a lot to offer, and right now, it's offering a bargain on gas compared to other area stations 🙂 Gas has gone up to $2.49-$2.55 on Richmond's west side, and it's still $2.18/$2.19 at a couple stations in downtown/east Cambridge City (likely for a very limited time!) ... See MoreSee Less

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Review: Cast, crew delivers brilliant performance of ‘Young Frankenstein’

Supplied by Ally Springett Most everyone knows the story of Victor Frankenstein, the doctor who first shambled out of Mary Shelley's imagination in 1818. But do you know the story of his grandson, the...

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Sunday, March 17th

Last week's Crossword puzzle answers ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday, March 15th

Reporter/photographer Rachel Sheeley is on the scene at the fire in Hagerstown. Our thoughts go out to the residents and first responders on scene. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday, March 12th

March is #NationalAthleticTrainingMonth. Reid celebrates this observance by highlighting our wonderful Sports Medicine staff and trainers who serve Wayne County and abroad. ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday, March 9th

Knights Play On
Northeastern 58, Monrovia 54
Greenfield-Central Regional
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Thursday, March 7th

MARK YOU CALENDAR
It's time to start your spring cleaning
Town Wide Event ~ Saturday, May 18th ~
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Thursday, March 7th

Know a girl wanting to play sports this summer? Don't miss this opportunity! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, March 6th

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Monday, March 4th

Do you know a girl who might enjoy sports this summer? Check out this opportunity! ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday, March 4th

Make sure you've picked up a copy of our previous issue before they disappear from store racks tomorrow afternoon! (We do carry back issues for several weeks in our office). ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, February 28th

We're getting ready for Affairs of the Heart! Can't wait to see you!

JOIN US FOR: 11TH ANNUAL AFFAIRS OF THE HEART
❤ Thursday Feb 28 beginning at 4pm
❤ First Baptist Church, New Castle
❤ Free health screenings
❤ Door prizes
❤ Demonstrations and more!

#AffairsOfTheHeart
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Thursday, February 28th

We apologize for the wrong team name on Chew’s Appliance in this week's paper. Here is the correction. It will run again in next week's Gazette. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, February 27th

This week's Nettle Creek Gazette Puzzle answers ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday, February 26th

New Nettle Creek Gazette out today! Pick up a copy or sign up for a yearly subscription to read more. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday, February 22nd

This weeks answers to the Nettle Creek Gazette puzzle . . . . ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, February 20th

Check out our weather-related closing and delay list for Wednesday, Feb. 20. hmgccity.com/7136-2/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday, February 19th

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Tuesday, February 19th

Indiana Department of Transportation is issuing a full call out of trucks to prepare for winter weather coming in overnight.

The national weather service is forecasting around 1 to 3 inches of snow in Central Indiana.

INDOT will have about 30 trucks out patrolling beginning at 10 p.m.

They will be looking for and treating slick spots as the weather moves in.

A full call out will begin at midnight. Sixty trucks will be in the Indianapolis area. They will clear snow as it falls, to make the roads safe for the morning rush hour.

Overnight, the snow is expected to turn to rain. Drivers are reminded to be careful on the roads and slow down. There could be areas on the roads that will be slick because of the changing temperatures.

INDOT crews will remain at a full call out until noon tomorrow or until the roads are clear.

Pothole crews are staying off the roads to make room for INDOT yellow trucks. They will resume their work as weather permits, hopefully Wednesday night.
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Wednesday, February 13th

Indiana University East and LifeStream Services are sponsors of the Senior Art Competition & Exhibit. Here's how you can get involved! ... See MoreSee Less

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Cambridge City
scattered clouds
43.7 ° F
46 °
40 °
77 %
1.2mph
40 %
Tue
48 °
Wed
51 °
Thu
47 °
Fri
45 °
Sat
45 °