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Bluffton chamber-BCE hosts business roundtable Nov. 14

Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce and Bluffton Center for Entrepreneurs will host a business roundtable involving Allen and Hancock County commissioners and economic development directors of the two counties.

The roundtable, set for 8:45 a.m., Friday, Nov. 14, follows the monthly Bluffton chamber breakfast held from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. also in the town hall.

Both events are open to the public and take place in the third floor of the Bluffton town hall, 154 N. Main St., Bluffton.

Weather summary: It didn't feel like October

Area farmers were happy for great harvesting weather over the past week. With no precipitation and temperatures in the 60s and 70s, it doesn’t feel like October.

Here’s the daily October weather summaries from Guy Verhoff, Pandora weather observer.

Open the attachment for the summaries.

Grover Rutter speaker a FabTech event

Grover Rutter of Grover Rutter Mergers, Acquisitions and Valuations, Findlay, is a speaker  at FabTech, Nov. 11-13, in Atlanta, Ga. It is  North America's Largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event. 

His presentation is "Baby Boomers: Uncover the secrets to increasing the value of your business before it's time to exit.”  

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Jacqueline Diller was an RN at Bluffton Hospital

Jacqueline "Jackie" K. Diller, 66, died Oct. 30, 2014, at her residence. She was born Nov. 7, 1947, in Toledo to the late Don  and Evelyn (Biede) Spilker. She married Daniel "Dan" J. Diller and he survives.

She was a registered nurse in the OB department of Bluffton Hospital. She was also a Licensed Massage Therapist She was a graduate of Lima Senior High School and Toledo School of Nursing.

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Bluffton celebrates Halloween - and here are more photos than we've ever posted

They came out of the woodwork on Thursday as Bluffton residents opened their doors to Halloweeners.

Thanks to the Bluffton University photojournalism class, the Icon captured lots of dressed characters on camera.

Student photographers in the project included Meg Short, Delano Whidbee, Mitch Gatzke, Colton Steiner, Venessa Owsley and Caitlin Nearhood.

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BHS drama club presents fall production Nov. 14-16

Bluffton High Schoo's Drama Club will present "In Praise of Miss Brown," a two-act comedy in which the five teen members of the cast spend a great deal of time in the home of their teacher, Constance Brown. The play is reminiscent of the "Our Miss Brooks" television series.

The cast includes Darnell Boddie, Emma Burkholder, Jack Neff, Elijah Runk, Erica Sheehan, Adel Sommers, Megan Sycks, and Dylan Whitlow. Kevin Gratz is the director

Performances are November 14 and 15 at 7:30p.m., and November 16 at 2 p.m.
on the Middle School stage.

Smith's Realty Professionals new listing on Basinger Road

Smith's Realty Professionals, 147 N. Main St., Bluffton, announces a new residential listing, according to Lorrinda Smith.

The listing is at 206 Basinger Road, Pandora. The residence has five bedrooms and three baths and a list price of $106,900.

For complete details open the attachment at the bottom of this story.

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Order Thanksgiving turkeys from The Dough Hook now

The Dough Hook, 117 N. Main St., Bluffton, has your Thanksgiving planned. Icon viewers may now order fresh, never frozen turkeys. The order deadline is Saturday, Nov. 15, according to Marlena Ballinger, of the downtown business.

The turkeys are gourmet, Ohio raised, fresh, free-range, antibiotic free, all vegetibale feed and ready to cook.

The Dough Hook 
419-369-4264

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Listen to music, listen to God

Kenneth Heffner believes that the City of God will be a city filled with the arts.

“What we’re longing for as the people of God is the reunification of heaven and earth,” said Calvin College’s director of student activities during an Oct. 28 forum presentation at Bluffton University. “We’re looking forward to the new city that is coming to the earth that is not made by human hands.”

55 firefighters from six departments fought Precast blaze

Investigators and clean-up crews are now on site at the Bluffton Precast Concrete Co., scene of a fire described by officials as a “major loss” on the afternoon of Oct. 29.

For photos and videos of the fire, click here.

According to information from Jon Kinn, Bluffton fire chief, and Rick Skilliter, Bluffton police, the following information is known about the blaze:

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