The trial of Tyler White of Bluffton on a charge of murdering his estranged wife, Amy, a former Berne resident, has begun with jury selection in Wells Circuit Court at Bluffton and may last two weeks, according to reportrs.
White, 29, allegedly shot his wife on October 27, 2009 in Wells County, while she was pregnant. Police say he has confessed to the shooting, which occurred during an argument as the two met to exchange custody of their son, 16 months old at the time.
A dozen new jobs are coming to Berne with the announcement Monday night that a metal fabrication firm is expanding into that city.
In an unusual twist for a landlocked community, the new jobs will involve the construction of barges to be used on some of the country's largest waterways.
It's Homecoming Week at Bellmont High School.
Activities were kicked off Sunday as the school held its annual mud volleyball tournament on a wet and muddy day. The team that emerged as champion was comprised of sophomore Olivia Fuelling, senior Nathan Kortenber, junior Devon Schultz, senior Kyle Smith, senior Natalie McConnell, and senior Payton Selking.
Powder puff football will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bob Worthman Stadium.