Local SWCD to meet July 9 at district office

The Huntington County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the district office, located at 2040 Riverfork Drive, Huntington.

The meeting is open to the public.

Special meeting for Markle council

The Markle Town Council will conduct a special meeting on Tuesday, July 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Markle Town Hall, 197 E. Morse St., Markle.

The purpose of the meeting is to conduct a budget workshop for the 2020 budget, among other possible items.

Family Fun Freeway


Photo by Steve Clark.

Carter Bowers (left) and Jaxon Minnich enjoy a turn on the Family Fun Freeway during the Salamonie Summer Festival on Saturday, July 6.

Creativity at the SSF


Photo by Steve Clark.

Kylynn Slusher (left) makes a necklace while Shirley Ternet offers pointers during the art activities for kids on Saturday, July 6, at the old fire station in downtown Warren. The event was sponosred by the Warren Creative Arts Outreach.

Petting an exotic


Photo by Steve Clark.

Mark Kohlhorst of Mark's Ark explains about one of his exotic animals as he lets children pet the creature during his show on stage at the Salamonie Summer Festival on Saturday afternoon, July 6. East of Chicago sponsors the event.

Life's good


Photo by Steve Clark.

Cale Craig enjoys life from atop a tractor at the 27th annual Warren Antique Tractor and Engine Show on Saturday, July 6, held at The Daugherty Companies in Warren.

Picking a winner


Photo by Steve Clark.

Salamonie Summer Festival Quilt Show Chairman Ruth Herring affixes a ribbon to a quilt on Saturday, July 6, at the Heritage Pointe of Warren.

Hungry Hippos


Photo by Steve Clark.

Kade Boxell (left), being pushed by cousing Andrew Boxell, gathers balls as part of a live-action version of the table game, Hungry Hippos, at the Salamonie Summer Festival in downtown Warren on Saturday, July 6. The event was sponsored by the Rebel Leather Works.

Mountain Dewe Boys on stage


Photo by Steve Clark.

The Mountain Dewe Boys perform Friday night, July 5, at the downstage stage during the Salamonie Summer Festival. Shown are Jim Randolph (left) and Doug Huffman.

Family Feud


Photo by Steve Clark.

Host Treva Flemming poses a question to the Yoder family during the Salamonie Summer Festival Family Feud game on Friday evening, July 5, at the Warren Town Annex.

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