Long time, no see, fellow New Carlisle residents. Here are some more New Carlisle Memes that hit way too close to home for April! If any of these make you chuckle, be sure to share with your friends and family!
Late Sunday night a loud, bright explosion was reported all over the New Carlisle area and was followed by a brief power outage. Citizens discovered that the grain bin near Smith Park on Jefferson Street has exploded or collapsed, taking with it the grain store next door. Currently not much is known about the cause of the incident, but we have identified a few possible causes of the disaster.
A new proposal may have New Carlisle citizens seeing the city through a whole new lens.
2017 certainly was an eventful year in New Carlisle. We had some major stories spring from our little town, including some that even went international!
So, what does 2018 have in store for us? We dusted off our crystal ball and gazed into the cloudy unknown to rip this year’s biggest New Carlisle headlines out of the ether. Here’s what New Carlisle is in for in 2018.
After a contentious and heated council meeting on Tuesday, January 2, New Carlisle city councilman Ethan Reynolds was elected mayor of the city. William Lindsey was elected vice mayor, Jim Leathley (aka Nojuan U’dno on Facebook) resigned from council, and Mike Lowrey remains on council after serving the previous two years as mayor. New Carlisle News has the scoop and all the details here.
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