Local News September 4th-8th

Part of the annual homecoming tradition at Mississinewa High School, is the 35th Powderpuff football game on thursday welcome celebrating students and welcoming graduated back home.

The Marion Common Council Code Enforcement. Ordinance Committee is reconsidering the ordinance that would have gave marion authorities another tool to help clean the city.

Bill Sparks, executive director for Gilead Ministries, a non-profit organization supporting people with cancer and other long-term illnesses, was more than pleased with how breakfast went for the 27th Annual Fly/In Cruise/In was the best one yet.

Amie Pearson learned how to produce and sell bars of soap about a decade ago and she says this “I was just doing it for my kids so I could stay home with them,” she also said “I couldn’t bear to drop them off somewhere and go get a 9 to 5 job.”

-Tyler Gleason

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