Story by Kayla Brennan, KPC Media published May 16, 2019
WAWAKA — Harry Stuff Brewing Co. has decided when it will open for business — May 25 at noon.
It’s located in a big, red barn at 4319 W. U.S. 6 and will be open Fridays from 4-8 p.m., Saturdays from noon-8 p.m. and Sundays noon until 7 p.m.
A limited food menu will be available for people to purchase which offers pizza and empanadas, prepared by brewery owner Ehren Stuff’s wife Luisa Gonzalez.
WASHINGTON, April 30, 2019 – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today unveiled a groundbreaking report, A Case for Rural Broadband: Insights on Rural Broadband Infrastructure and Next Generation Precision Agriculture Technologies (PDF, 2.5 MB). The report finds that deployment of both broadband e-Connectivity and Next Generation Precision Agriculture Technology on farms and ranches throughout the U.S.
(Story contributed to KPC Media)
KENDALLVILLE — Students representing 13 area high schools and Impact Institute traveled to Indianapolis Saturday to compete in the State SkillsUSA Competition.
Of the 86 Impact students who competed, 33 placed in the top three in their competitions as individuals or teams and will advance to the National SkillsUSA Competition in Louisville, Kentucky, June 24-28.
The Kendallville Area Chamber of Commerce, Honey Pot Development, and Noble County Economic Development Corporation hope to bring a summer camp focused on entrepreneurship for high school and college students to Kendallville later this year.