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NEWS ARCHIVE

(05-15-2021) • Steuben County Fire Crews Battle Fire at Plastic Renewal Company

(05-14-2021) • Butler Woman Sends Car Airborne

(05-14-2021) • Hubie Ashcraft Band LIVE in Angola Commons Park

(05-14-2021) • Warmer Weather Brings Increased Risk of Tick-Borne Disease

(05-14-2021) • Bronson City Wide Garage Sales Happening this Saturday

(05-14-2021) • Driver Injured After Falling Asleep

(05-14-2021) • Smith Pleads Guilty to DWI

(05-14-2021) • Arson Of Stolen Vehicle Being Investigated

(05-14-2021) • One Person Hurt In Two Vehicle Crash

(05-14-2021) • CHA Now Giving Pfizer Vaccine To People Age 12 And Older

(05-13-2021) • Trine Honors Faculty with Annual Awards

(05-13-2021) • E&B Paving on Orland Road

(05-13-2021) • Unemployment Requirement for Users to Actively Seek Work is Starting Again

(05-13-2021) • Indiana DOR Provides Additional Important Information on Unemployment Income

(05-13-2021) • Orland Slates Special Meeting

(05-13-2021) • Trine's Blume Named to Elevate Ventures Board

(05-13-2021) • Ohioans Could Win A Million for Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine

(05-13-2021) • Hoosiers Age 12 and Older Can Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine Starting Thursday

(05-13-2021) • Sturgis Area Community Foundation Announces Scholarship Winners

(05-13-2021) • City and Sturgis Foundation To Partner In Round Up Program

(05-13-2021) • Portage Man Killed In One Vehicle Crash

(05-13-2021) • Wolcottville Woman Injured in Ohio Accident

(05-12-2021) • Three Rivers Superintendent A Candidate For DeWitt Position

(05-12-2021) • Topeka Man Escapes Injury In Vehicle v Buggy Collision

(05-12-2021) • Five People Injured In Two Separate Crashes In Branch County

(05-12-2021) • Several State Resources Available to Hoosiers Searching for Work

(05-12-2021) • Indiana Gearing Up for New employment System for Hiring Workers Under 18

(05-12-2021) • Public Invited to Trine Professor's Presentation on Sojourner Truth

(05-12-2021) • Fremont Man Enters Plea in 2019 Branch County Amish Buggy Crash

(05-11-2021) • Fremont Man Enters Plea in 2019 Branch County Amish Buggy Crash

(05-11-2021) • Monday Morning Crash Injures Bronson Woman

(05-11-2021) • Carra Urges Opposition To Whitmer's Endless Emergency Rules

(05-11-2021) • Questions Asked About SPS Quarantine Policy

(05-11-2021) • Police Chase Leads To Arrest Of B&E Suspects

(05-11-2021) • Angola Balloons Aloft Continues to Lift Community Spirits

(05-11-2021) • Three People Injured in Monday Crash

(05-11-2021) • Indiana Lawmakers Override Governor’s Veto

(05-11-2021) • Steuben County Student Wins AIC Essay Contest

(05-11-2021) • Montpelier Police Department Introduce New K9

(05-11-2021) • Actor Tim Allen Delivered Hillsdale College 2021 Commencement

(05-11-2021) • Angola Plan Commission Favorably Recommends Rezoning

(05-10-2021) • FASFA Deadline is Approaching

(05-10-2021) • Gas Prices Make Jumps

(05-10-2021) • Road Closures in Hamilton & Edon Start This Week

(05-10-2021) • Governor Plans to Make Order on Unemployment Requirements

(05-10-2021) • SHS Holds Senior Honors Ceremony

(05-10-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Chain Saw

(05-10-2021) • Sentencing Of Elkhart Man On Hold

(05-10-2021) • No Injuries When Teen Hits House With Car

(05-10-2021) • Contact CHA If You Received Out Of State COVID Vaccine

(05-10-2021) • Trine Commencement Celebrates 2020 and 2021 Class

(05-09-2021) • Lawsuit Filed Against Former Wolcottville Clerk-Treasurer

(05-09-2021) • Middlebury Man Injured In One Vehicle Accident

(05-09-2021) • Fort Wayne Woman Facing Drug and Weapon Charges

(04-15-2021) • RSC Unveils Conservative Immigration Framework

(05-07-2021) • Trine Inducts 34 Into Order of the Engineer

(05-07-2021) • Carra Introduces Plan To Prevent Vaccine-Based Discrimination

(05-07-2021) • More Information Released On Constantine Shooting

(05-07-2021) • Laura Penner Wins 2021 Oster Award

(05-07-2021) • Former Greater Fort Wayne CEO Running for Governor

(05-07-2021) • Helping Hands: Trine Students Design Low-Cost Prosthetic Limbs for Teens

(05-07-2021) • Cameron Kicks Off Hospital Week Monday

(05-07-2021) • Saturday Commencement at Trine Will Feature Governor Holcomb as Keynote

(05-07-2021) • Morning Accident Closes US 20 for a Brief Time

(05-07-2021) • Indy Airport Welcomes New, Resumed Flights with American Airlines

(05-07-2021) • Friday Fog Puts Several Area Schools on A 2-Hour Delay

(05-06-2021) • Mongo Food Pantry Open Thursday Night

(05-06-2021) • Packnett to Receive Honorary Degree from Trine

(05-06-2021) • Two Separate DeKalb County Accidents

(05-06-2021) • One Person Injured In Constantine Shooting Incident

(05-06-2021) • Sturgis Man Charged With Murder In Hit And Run Death

(05-06-2021) • MSD Contract Dispute Settled Wednesday Evening

(05-05-2021) • Angola Area Chamber of Commerce Welcomes 3Rivers Fereal Credit Union

(05-05-2021) • Holcomb Vetos Republican Backed Bill

(05-05-2021) • One Airlifted After Tuesday Morning Crash

(05-05-2021) • Trine Recognizes Distinguished Students for Class of 2021

(05-05-2021) • Covered Bridge Health Care Holding COVID Vaccination Clinics

(05-05-2021) • Kevin Conner To Receive E.J. Shaheen Award

(05-05-2021) • White Pigeon Approves Renewing Ambulance Millage

(05-05-2021) • Constantine Residents Vote To Keep Recreational Marijuana Ordinance

(05-04-2021) • Road on Trine Campus Named in Honor of Alumni, Trustee & Supporter Oeder

(05-04-2021) • Tuesday Morning Accident in Steuben County Update

(05-04-2021) • I-69 Resurfacing Project to Begin in Steuben County

(05-04-2021) • Area Principals Receive Top Honors

(05-04-2021) • Holcomb Launches Regional Initiative to Invest $500M

(05-04-2021) • Stolen Car Recovered, Arrest Made

(05-04-2021) • White Pigeon To Vote On Ambulance Millage Renewal

(05-04-2021) • Erin Goff Wins 2020 And 2021 Liberty Bell Award

(05-04-2021) • Constantine Recreational Marijuana Referendum Being Voted On

(05-04-2021) • Council Approves Lomont Holdings

(05-04-2021) • Tuesday Morning Accident Near Airport

(05-04-2021) • Council Approves New Equipment & Real Estate Improvements for Two Local Businesses

(05-04-2021) • YMCA CPR Classes

(05-03-2021) • Shipshewana Flea Market Opens On Schedule for 2021 Season

(05-03-2021) • Prairie Heights Receives High Rankings in 2021 Best High Schools

(05-03-2021) • Michigan State Police Release More on Officer Involved Shooting

(05-03-2021) • Sleepy Driver Causes Two Car Collision

(05-03-2021) • Cameron Hospital Names Interim President, CEO

(05-03-2021) • Hoosier State Awards 100.2 Million for Road and Bridge Projects

(05-03-2021) • Elkhart Man Dies From Injuries In Roll Over Accident

(05-03-2021) • North Dakota Man Injured After Striking A Tree

(05-03-2021) • AG Nessel Issues Statement About Fake E-mails

(05-01-2021) • Dowagiac Men Injured In Truck v Tree Crash

(05-01-2021) • LaSata Announces May In District Office Hours

(05-01-2021) • Whitmer Shares Plan For Michigan To Get Out Of COVID-19 Situation

(05-01-2021) • Vehicle Theft Being Investigated

(04-30-2021) • Whitmer Shares Plan For Michigan To Get Out Of COVID-19 Situation

(04-30-2021) • Dowagiac Man Hurt In Two Vehicle Crash

(04-30-2021) • CSC Charges Filed Against Saginaw Man

(04-30-2021) • NE Indiana Receiving Community Crossing Matching Grants

(04-30-2021) • Orland's Joyce Library Will Remain Open During Restoration

(04-30-2021) • E&B to Start Milling on 275 N & Orland Rd. Today

(04-30-2021) • Prairie Heights Announces Prom Court

(04-30-2021) • Motorcycle Accident Injures One

(04-29-2021) • Masks Optional at Trine University Main Campus Beginning May 10th

(04-29-2021) • E&B to Start Milling on 275 N & Orland Rd. Friday

(04-29-2021) • City Commission Approves Marijuana Ordinance Amendments

(04-29-2021) • Lillywhite Says Beware Of New Scam

(04-29-2021) • Tonight's Business After Hours Event Postponed

(04-29-2021) • Angola Birdsong Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

(04-29-2021) • Ceremony Scheduled Saturday in Indy to Remember FedEx Shooting Victims

(04-29-2021) • Man Arraigned on Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges

(04-29-2021) • Hamilton Students And Staff First to Tackle Day of Caring Projects

(04-29-2021) • Sullivan Acknowledges Violating State Political Fundraising Rules

(04-28-2021) • Man Dies After Colliding with Truck

(04-28-2021) • Orland Town Council Meeting May 3rd

(04-28-2021) • Republican Breakfast Set for May 1st

(04-28-2021) • Tribal Nation Challenges Pipeline Permit Approval

(04-28-2021) • Trine Continues Career Fair Growth Over 2020-21

(04-28-2021) • Angola Spring Hydrant Flushing

(04-28-2021) • Sullivan Starts Campaign For Indiana SOS Office

(04-28-2021) • Portion Of State Road 3 Closed Tuesday Due To Crash

(04-28-2021) • Road Commission Closing Covered Bridge For Two Days

(04-28-2021) • Shipshewana Man Sentenced In Robbery

(04-28-2021) • Holcomb Files Lawsuit Challenging HEA 1123

(04-27-2021) • Noble County Crash Closes a Portion of State Road 3 Tuesday

(04-27-2021) • S.R. 427 Closing for Drainage Pipe Replacements

(04-27-2021) • Lakeland Internet Adds More Coverage in NE Indiana

(04-27-2021) • Sullivan Starts 2022 Campaign for Indiana Secretary of State

(04-27-2021) • Hoosiers Able to Hold on to House Seats According to Census

(04-27-2021) • Elkhart Woman Killed In Two Vehicle Crash

(04-27-2021) • Woman Injured When Horse Falls On Her

(04-27-2021) • Coldwater Man Injured In One Vehicle Accident

(04-27-2021) • Bronson To Do Hydrant Flushing In Early May

(04-27-2021) • Angola BZA Approves Two Variances

(04-26-2021) • Single Vehicle Accident Injuries One

(04-26-2021) • Angola Man Arrested After Sunday Morning Pursuit

(04-26-2021) • Coldwater High School Students Returning To In Person Classes

(04-26-2021) • Captain's Cabin Restaurant Closes

(04-26-2021) • Kendallville Shooting Suspect Moved To Jail