• Photo: Eqyptian artifacts at the Wayne County Historical Museum It's Not Just About the MummyLearn about the Egyptian culture from a wide range of artifacts at the Historical Museum.
  • Photo: Built-in dining room cabinets in the Oliver P. and Mary Gaar Home. Amazing Craftsmanship ...can be found in many of the community's turn-of-the century homes.
  • Photo: Wayne County Courthouse, as viewed from the west side of the Whitewater River. Imposing Structure The Wayne County Courthouse stands tall and proud; a community landmark.

     

 

12 Mile Treaty D.A.R. Marker on US 40 West

Historical Markers

How many times have you driven or walked by a historical marker and idly wondered what it said, but didn't have the time or inclination to stop and read it? Check out this photo album of markers and plaques around Wayne County detailing some remarkable history in our community!

Graphic: It's Our Shot, Hoosiers - with Indiana state outline.

Vaccines and Boosters

Hoosiers, 5 and older, can sign up for the vaccine and those 12 and older can get the booster! Learn how Indiana plans to get Back On Track or find local info from the Wayne County Health Department. Additional resources are available in WayNet's Health section. Don't forget to wash your hands!

Photo: Meltdown Carvers at Night - copyright HolmanPhotos.com

Meltdown Ice Festival

Are you ready for the Richmond Meltdown Winter Ice Festival? This year's festival will be held January 25-29. Check out the Meltdown Festival website or Facebook page, or Twitter to learn about the multitude of fun events that are planned. The Meltdown Throwdown returns this year!

Things To Do in Wayne County

Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!"Month View

Upcoming Featured Events

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Did You Know?

Engineer, entrepreneur and inventor, the long-time President of the Perfect Circle Corporation in Hagerstown, Ralph Teetor, changed the way America drives with his invention of cruise control.