In a game that lasted over 3.5 hours, the varsity baseball team scored seven in the third and six in the fifth to help them to a 16-7 victory over Maconaquah last night. With the win, the Brui…

The Lady Bruins bounce back after a tough lost earlier this week to beat South Adams 8-4. Madison Merkel pitch a complete game striking out five and only walking one. Coach Scott Cagle said, “…

After missing last season, the ’21 season got started with unusually nice weather. However, the results for the Lady Bruins weren’t as nice as the weather as Jay County defeated the shorthande…

The varsity baseball team jumped to an early 2-0 lead after the first half inning. Ethan Morris got a one-out single followed by a throwing error on a ball hit to third by Cam Elam that moved …

Chayden Beeks threw a lot of strikes, struck out nine, and got some nice plays from his defense to lead Wabash past the Bruins, 10-0, on Saturday morning before the rain fell. The Bruins also …

This week marks the start of a new feature in the News Times. Every week, I will look back at articles from older Blackford County News Papers or events from the past. Hopefully these looks in…

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Blackford Junior Senior High School Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. at the football stadium.  Inclement weather on Saturday will postpo…

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In a game that lasted over 3.5 hours, the varsity baseball team scored seven in the third and six in the fifth to help them to a 16-7 victory over Maconaquah last night. With the win, the Bruins improved to 2-2 on the young season. 

The Lady Bruins bounce back after a tough lost earlier this week to beat South Adams 8-4. Madison Merkel pitch a complete game striking out five and only walking one. Coach Scott Cagle said, “…

After missing last season, the ’21 season got started with unusually nice weather. However, the results for the Lady Bruins weren’t as nice as the weather as Jay County defeated the shorthande…

The varsity baseball team jumped to an early 2-0 lead after the first half inning. Ethan Morris got a one-out single followed by a throwing error on a ball hit to third by Cam Elam that moved …

Chayden Beeks threw a lot of strikes, struck out nine, and got some nice plays from his defense to lead Wabash past the Bruins, 10-0, on Saturday morning before the rain fell. The Bruins also …

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