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Bluffton senior says unique experiences shape her education

Lydia Lugibihl from Pandora is a food and nutrition major

Lydia Lugibihl, a senior food and nutrition major with a concentration in business, utilized her minors in marketing and business administration to enhance her experience at Bluffton University. 

The Pandora native spent the spring 2019 semester in Washington, D.C., at the Washington Community Scholars’ Center (WCSC), and this fall she joined the student leadership team of the Bluffton Bread Company. 

Trout derby moves to June 7

Tom Augsburger, Bluffton Sportsman's Club president,  has announced that this year's trout derby will move to Sunday, June 7.

The cause is two-fold: the recent flooding of the Buckey and the COVID-19 virus.

Watch the Icon for additional updates.

Today is U.S. Census Day

Here are three ways to participate: • Online • Via phone • Mail

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 is Census Day in the United States.

While Bluffton is inundated with news and updates about the current health crisis, it’s important to know that the 2020 Census is still happening and that it is a very important priority for our community.  

Tax deadlines extend to municipal filing and payments

This reminder from the Village of Bluffton income tax department.

Young artists show off their recent work

Cece (4) and Reed (7) Bell of Lima said they were super excited about the J. Denny and Jenny coloring pages posted on the Bluffton Icon. They colored every option.

To view the 10 pages of coloing options, click here.

And, for extra credit, send your photos to info@blufftonicon.com. We will post them.


Letter: Your April fool's story got me

Icon editor:
You got me. It was a good story, though, and since we are next to
I-75 and people in Bluffton are helpful to everyone, I can see Derek doing
what the story described. Your April Fools stories are getting more and more

Steve Steele