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NEWS ARCHIVE

(01-20-2020) • Banks Files For Re-Election

(01-20-2020) • Plane Crash Friday In Paudling County

(01-20-2020) • Three People Injured Saturday Night In Kendallville

(01-20-2020) • Coffee With A Cop Event Coming Up This Thursday

(01-19-2020) • Angola's Downtown Services Coordinator Wins Award

(01-17-2020) • Teacher Salary Boost Voted Down Thursday

(01-17-2020) • Winter Weather To Impact Region In Big Way This Weekend

(01-17-2020) • Fort Wayne Duo Charged In Meth Case

(01-17-2020) • Individual Income Tax Season Starts Janary 27th In Indiana

(01-17-2020) • Chain O' Lakes Correctional Facility Offenders Fill Over 1,500 Bags of Sand Following Noble County Flooding

(01-17-2020) • Parents Of Students Killed In Hazing Incidents To Speak At Trine

(01-16-2020) • Numerous Errors Reported In Ohio’s Medicaid Payment System

(01-16-2020) • Candidacy For Various Races In DeKalb County DeClared Wednesday

(01-16-2020) • Chances For Snow In Forecast For Thursday & Friday

(01-16-2020) • Talented Artists Within Tri-State To Be Showcased Soon

(01-15-2020) • SCCF Announces New Grant Guidelines, Nonprofit Workshops

(01-15-2020) • Visitor Restrictions Temporarily In Place At Parkview

(01-15-2020) • Kratz Enters LaGrange County Middle District Race

(01-15-2020) • Howe Woman Arrested On Tuesday Evening

(01-15-2020) • Hamilton Schools Reelect Gould As Board President

(01-15-2020) • Teacher Pay Boost To Wait Another Year Following Tuesday Night Speech

(01-14-2020) • Indiana House Backs Test Scores To Not Effect Teacher Evaluations

(01-14-2020) • TrineOnline Programs Ranked By U.S. News & World Report

(01-14-2020) • Breastfeeding Support Group Meeting Dates Announced For 2020 At Cameron Memorial Hospital

(01-14-2020) • Hewitt Named Executive Director of Angola Area Chamber of Commerce

(01-14-2020) • House Fire On Lake George Early Tuesday Morning

(01-14-2020) • Mayor Ley Pays Visit To DeKalb County Commissioners

(01-14-2020) • Indiana Governor To Discuss Teacher Pay Issue In Tuesday Night Speach

(01-14-2020) • Insurance Committee To Hear Smaltz’s Bill Addressing Surprise Medical Billing

(01-14-2020) • Angola Plan Commission Elects Officers and Discusses Angola Comprehensive Plan

(01-14-2020) • Monday Morning Fire In Auburn

(01-14-2020) • Major Party Busted Over Weekend In Shipshewana

(01-14-2020) • Agribusiness Course Coming Soon To LaGrange

(01-13-2020) • Mild Weather Expected For Work Week

(01-13-2020) • Indiana Voting Hours Hot Topic In New Bill

(01-13-2020) • One Woman Dead After Putnam County Crash On Friday

(01-13-2020) • Winter Weather Advisory for LaGrange & Steuben Counties

(01-13-2020) • Shelton Makes Bid for Steuben’s Middle District Commissioner

(01-12-2020) • Harter Signs Papers for Steuben County Council at Large Seat

(01-11-2020) • LaGrange Sheriff Makes Promotions

(01-11-2020) • Note Found in Restroom Prompts "Soft Lock Down" Friday

(01-11-2020) • Steuben Deputy Struck by Pickup While Directing Traffic

(01-10-2020) • Major Drug Bust Thursday In DeKalb County

(01-10-2020) • President Trump Holds Rally In Toledo

(01-10-2020) • Parkview DeKalb Hospital Donation Benefits CPR Training Programs

(01-10-2020) • Big Investment Coming For Ligonier Business

(01-10-2020) • Flood Warnings Already Issued As Persistent Rain Expected Through Today

(01-10-2020) • Driver Fatigue Factor In Thursday Morning Crash In Steuben County

(01-10-2020) • Caruso Already On Campaign For Steuben County Council

(01-09-2020) • Warsaw Doctor To Challenge Banks In Republican Primary

(01-09-2020) • Many Already Cast Ballot Bids In DeKalb County Wednesday

(01-09-2020) • March Primary Ballot Certified In Ohio

(01-09-2020) • Ligonier Receives $450,000 In Grant Funding For Drainage Improvements

(01-09-2020) • Flood Watch Issued For Much Of The Tri-State Area

(01-09-2020) • Filing For Those Seeking Public Office Officially Open

(01-09-2020) • New Law Allows Some Felons To Collect Food Stamps In Indiana

(01-09-2020) • SCCF Funds Support Steuben County Council on Aging

(01-08-2020) • Tri-State Tip-Up Festival Coming Up

(01-08-2020) • Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum Receives Major Gift

(01-08-2020) • Brief Dose of Winter Weather Before Soggy Conditions This Weekend

(01-08-2020) • Northern Indiana Teen Sentenced For Murdering Cheerleader Pregnant With Baby

(01-08-2020) • Panel rejects Proposed $291 Million Pay Hike For Indiana Teachers

(01-08-2020) • Trine To Launch Indiana's First Montessori Teacher Education Program

(01-08-2020) • Angola HPC Plans Upcoming Tours

(01-07-2020) • Democrat Indiana Governor Candidate Drops Out

(01-07-2020) • Indiana Governor To Address Teacher Pay Issue

(01-07-2020) • Missing Kendallville Statue Found In Garrett

(01-07-2020) • One Dead And One Injured In Columbia City Crash Monday

(01-07-2020) • Angola Common Council Discusses Wastewater Utility Cost of Service Study

(01-06-2020) • Trine Promotes Cable to Chief Information Officer

(01-06-2020) • Assessments For Booked Inmates Now Indiana Rule

(01-06-2020) • Invest Steuben Awards Coming Up This Thursday

(01-06-2020) • Roadside Maintenance Planned For Monday In Steuben County

(01-06-2020) • Weekend Burglary In Howe

(01-06-2020) • Former Bryan Police Officer Condition Improving After Gunshot Injury

(01-06-2020) • Apply To Be A Student Page

(01-06-2020) • 2020 Indiana State Fair Queen Crowned; Miss Steuben in Top 16

(01-05-2020) • Several Area Extension Agents Among Those Honored by Purdue

(01-05-2020) • Angola Fire Chief Retires After 43 Years

(01-04-2020) • Municipal Election Voter Turnout Numbers Released

(01-04-2020) • Possession of Methamphetamine Arrest

(01-03-2020) • New Auburn Mayor Sworn In

(01-03-2020) • First Babies of 2020 Born In Steuben County

(01-03-2020) • Thursday Morning Scare For Steuben County Woman

(01-03-2020) • Indiana Lt. Governor Excited About The 20IN20 Campaign

(01-03-2020) • Williams County Part of Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library Expansion

(01-02-2020) • Bus Safety Blitz Still In Full Effect

(01-02-2020) • Northeast Indiana Highlighted In New Travel Guide

(01-02-2020) • Wolcottville Man To Be Sentenced

(01-02-2020) • Preliminary Findings Released In Klopfer Report

(01-02-2020) • Graduation Rate In Indiana Sees Slight Drop

(01-02-2020) • SUV Plunges Into Pond Leaving Two Dead and Two Injured

(01-02-2020) • New Years Day Tragedy Strikes In LaOtto

(12-31-2019) • DeKalb County Commissioners Meet For Final 2019 Meeting

(12-31-2019) • Winter Weather Returns To End 2019

(12-31-2019) • Indiana Department of Education Releases Federal 2018-2019 School Accountability Ratings

(12-31-2019) • Gas Prices On The Rise To End 2019

(12-30-2019) • Angola Native Recognized For Service With Indiana State Police

(12-30-2019) • Two Arrested on Drug Charges Over Weekend In LaGrange

(12-30-2019) • Hamilton Lions Club Polar Plunge Coming Up On Tuesday

(12-30-2019) • Escaped Noble County Inmate Returned To Custody

(12-28-2019) • Steuben County EDC Annual Meeting & Invest Steuben Awards

(12-28-2019) • Area Church is Hosting Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday

(12-28-2019) • High Pressure System on Saturday Converts to Cold Air by Tuesday

(12-28-2019) • Radio Legend Don Imus Dies at Age 79

(12-27-2019) • Steuben County YMCA Hosting Holiday Hustle 5K Saturday

(12-27-2019) • Reception today for Kendallville's Riehm and Hanes

(12-27-2019) • Charges Unsealed Against 3 Elkhart Men in Woman's Death

(12-27-2019) • One Person Injured in Thursday Night Crash

(12-27-2019) • Skatepark Set to Begin Construction in April

(12-26-2019) • 2020 Election Could Stall Judicial Changes Nationally

(12-26-2019) • Christmas Eve Incident on I-69 Sends Michigan Man To Hospital

(12-26-2019) • NIPSCO Ordered To Pay Fines

(12-26-2019) • Tuesday Night Fort Wayne Stabbing Still Under Investigation

(12-26-2019) • Angola Racing Teenager Racing In New Zealand

(12-26-2019) • Crash In Van Wert Kills Two

(12-24-2019) • Christmas Eve Church Services Across The Area

(12-24-2019) • County Unemployment Numbers Released For November

(12-24-2019) • Medicaid Waiver For Mental Illness

(12-24-2019) • Weekend Crash In Auburn Sends Three To Hospital

(12-24-2019) • Bank Robbery Suspect Still At-Large In Pierceton

(12-24-2019) • Mach Medical Expanding To Whitley County

(12-24-2019) • Burglary In DeKalb County Under Investigation

(12-23-2019) • Death Penalty Repeal Being Discussed In Ohio

(12-23-2019) • New Jeep Museum Coming To Toledo In 2022

(12-23-2019) • Indiana Attorney General Back Under Microscope

(12-23-2019) • Bald Eagle Killed Saturday, Authorities Still Searching For Assailant

(12-20-2019) • November Jobs Numbers In Indiana Shows Unemployment Remaining Lower Than National Rate

(12-20-2019) • Thursday Afternoon Crash In DeKalb County

(12-20-2019) • Improved Internet Access Possibly Coming To Ohio

(12-20-2019) • Steuben County Community Foundation Names 2020 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar

(12-19-2019) • DeKalb Humane Society to Celebrate the Construction of a New Animal Shelter

(12-19-2019) • Longtime Auburn Mayor Bids Formal Farewell

(12-19-2019) • Trine University Staff Spreading Holiday Cheer Across Area

(12-19-2019) • ACLU Back On Board To Reduce Low-Level Drug Possession Charges

(12-19-2019) • Donate to a State University: Make Your Giving Work For You

(12-19-2019) • State Route 327 In Steuben County Back Open

(12-19-2019) • Fort Wayne Woman To Avoid Jail Time For Neglecting Her Toddler

(12-19-2019) • Fulton County Woman Sentenced For School-Bus Stop Arm Deaths

(12-19-2019) • Waterloo Teen To Sing National Anthem At Sunday's Colts Game

(12-18-2019) • Fatal Crash Tuesday In LaGrange County Near Topeka

(12-18-2019) • Lake Effect Snow Expected Early Wednesday Morning

(12-18-2019) • Two Kendallville Residents Dead In Monday Car Crash In Bremen

(12-17-2019) • YMCA of Steuben County Special Presentation on Wednesday

(12-17-2019) • Winter Weather Means Extra Percaution When Traveling This Winter

(12-17-2019) • New 1st Source Bank Branch To Open Next Year In Auburn

(12-17-2019) • Two Dead In Crash Sunday In Van Wert, Ohio

(12-17-2019) • Angola Common Council swears in new Police Sergeant

(12-17-2019) • Second Round of Light Snow May Play Havoc Tuesday

(12-16-2019) • Light Snow Expected To Last Through Early Monday