Etna Acres announces scramble results

Etna Acres Golf Course, in Andrews, has announced the results of its senior men’s scramble on Tuesday, June 16.

Don Conley and Clyde Smith achieved closest-to-the-pin honors, doing so on 12 and 16, respectively.

Steve McCammack recorded the longest drive, hitting his big shot on 15. He also posted a chip-in on 18.

Benny Higdon notched a chip-in on 11.

The low team score was 32. Team members were Higdon, Conley, Bob Price and Greg Shearer.

Blizzards for Wyatt


Photo provided.

The Andrews Lions Club is helping raise funds for a project called “Blizzards for Wyatt.” The project will benefit Wyatt Schmaltz, the son of April and Joe Schmaltz, of Huntington, who is fighting cancer. Tickets sold are good for a 12-ounce Blizzard at the Dairy Queen located on Etna Avenue in Huntington. Pictured (from left) are Andrews Lions member Cheryl Okuly, Andrew the Lion and Destiny Boggs. To purchase a ticket call 388-4656.

Drive-by birthday wishes


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Alice Stickler (front right) waves to family and friends who acknowledged her 94th birthday with a drive-by celebration on Esther Street on Saturday afternoon, June 20, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Roanoke TC to resume regular meets

The Roanoke Town Council will resume in-person meetings on Tuesday, July 7, at 6 p.m.

The council had suspended in-person meetings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. The meetings start at 6 p.m. and are held at Roanoke Town Hall, 141 W. Third St.

For more information, call town hall at 672-8116.

Star Performer Award


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Sheryl Cline (left) and Chris West, of Pathfinder Services, hold the Star Performer Award the company received from the United Way of Huntington County.

SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church to host series of ‘backyard barbecues’

SS. Peter & Paul Catholic Church will hold “backyard barbecues” on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. for all young adults ages 18 to 29.

The event kicked off on June 23 and will be held weekly.

Activities include dinner, prayer, socializing and finishing with a bonfire.

Attendees will meet in the SSPP rectory backyard. In case of inclement weather they will meet in the auditorium.

Accepting the proclamation


Photo by Steve Clark.

Nancy Beaver (left), president of the Associated Churches of Huntington County Board, accepts a mayoral proclamation from Huntington Mayor Richard Strick that recognizes the 75th anniversary of the board’s religious education program, By the Book. Strick read and signed the proclamation on Friday, June 19, in the Huntington Common Council chambers.

Aerial gypsy moth treatments set for today in Huntington County

Aerial treatments to disrupt the mating process of gypsy moth in Huntington and Marshall counties are set to take place this afternoon, June 24, weather permitting.

If treatments do not occur this afternoon, then treatments will take place Thursday, June 25.



Planes will treat sites in Indiana after treatments in Ohio are completed. The treatment date depends on weather and the completion of the Ohio treatment sites.



Dennis R. Crittendon

Dennis Ray Crittendon Sr., 66, of Huntington, IN, died Tuesday, June 23, 2020, at 8:31 a.m. at Majestic Care of West Allen, Fort Wayne, IN.

Larry E. Jines

Larry E. Jines, 55, of Huntington, IN, died Tuesday, June 23, 2020, at 2:35 a.m.  at his sister’s home in Huntington.

Mr. Jines was president of Eagles Lodge 823 in Huntington.

He was born May 28, 1965, in Bluffton to Daniel and Vicky Beeks Jines. His mother survives in Huntington.

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