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NEWS ARCHIVE

(08-05-2021) • Indiana Governor Not Imposing Mask Mandate

(08-05-2021) • MSD Board Announces Executive Session

(08-05-2021) • Poison Hemlock Invading the Hoosier State

(08-05-2021) • Edgerton Police Chiefs Makes Retirement Official With Resignation

(08-05-2021) • Former Sturgis Burger King To Be An Arby's

(08-05-2021) • Vinewood And East Congress Project On Hold

(08-05-2021) • Voters Approve Road Millage In Park Township

(08-05-2021) • Schmidt Given Probation On Embezzlement Charge

(08-05-2021) • Hit And Run In Athens Township Being Investigated

(08-04-2021) • Indiana State Police Gives Motorist Back to School Reminders

(08-04-2021) • Arrest Made In Wilma Ball Homicide Investigation

(08-04-2021) • Indiana State Police Gives Motorist Back to School Reminders

(08-04-2021) • Tickets Remain for Gordon Lightfoot Concert at Trine

(08-04-2021) • Man Attested on Multiple Child Pornography and Soliciting Charges

(08-04-2021) • Downtown Angola Coalition Made Request to City Officials to Fund Executive Director Position

(08-04-2021) • Indiana Supreme Court Denied Emergency Request by Indiana AG

(08-04-2021) • Glen Oaks Hires Mike Rasmussen As New A.D.

(08-04-2021) • Union City Schools See Both Ballot Requests Approved

(08-04-2021) • CHA Says You Can Repel Mosquitoes A Natural Way

(08-04-2021) • Owens Assumes Alumni and Parent Role at Trine

(08-03-2021) • Medical Issue Causes Crash In Branch County

(08-03-2021) • Citizens Asked To Vote On Union City Schools Millage Renewal

(08-03-2021) • Branch County Boards Going Back To Virtual Meetings

(08-03-2021) • Mongo Food Pantry Day is This Week

(08-03-2021) • Multiple Complaints of Theft in Steuben County

(08-03-2021) • Trine Expects to Set Records Again for Fall 2021 Semester

(08-03-2021) • The Hoosier State Receives 1-Million to Train Workers to Fight Opioid Addiction

(08-03-2021) • LaGrange County Starting More Chip and Seal Work Tuesday

(08-03-2021) • More Chip and Seal Work in Steuben County; 450 West from State Road 120 to the Michigan Line

(08-02-2021) • Jim Banks Introduces the Federal Debt Emergency Control Act

(08-02-2021) • Authorities Investigating Multiple Complaints of Thefts From Vehicles and Vehicle Thefts

(08-02-2021) • Ohio Man Arrested after Stealing Emergency Vehicle

(08-02-2021) • Man Dies following Single Car Crash

(08-02-2021) • Patrols Set to Crack Down on School Bus Stop-Arm Violations

(08-02-2021) • Chip and Seal Work Scheduled Monday in Ontario

(08-02-2021) • Feather Valley Road Chipping and Sealing Starts Monday

(08-02-2021) • Two People Arrested Following Chase In Branch County

(08-02-2021) • Centreville Woman Not Injured In Three Vehicle Hit And Run

(08-02-2021) • Six People Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(07-31-2021) • Missing Steuben County Man Found Dead; A Person of Interest in Police Custody

(07-31-2021) • Elkhart Teen Killed In Crash

(07-31-2021) • Burr Oak Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Accident

(07-31-2021) • Burr Oak Heritage Festival Continuing On

(07-31-2021) • Angola PD Welcomes New K-9 Officer

(07-31-2021) • Steuben County Highway Department Announcing Work on Feather Valley Road

(07-30-2021) • Tom’s Donuts Original Marks 50 Years With Block Party on Saturday

(07-30-2021) • FSB Commits $300,000 to Student Athletes for the 2021-2022 School Year

(07-30-2021) • Indiana Governor Extends Public Health Emergency

(07-30-2021) • Steuben County Highway Department Announcing Work on Feather Valley Road

(07-30-2021) • Mersey Beatles tickets on sale at Trine

(07-30-2021) • Burr Oak Heritage Festival Underway

(07-30-2021) • COVID Cases Rising In Tri-County Area

(07-30-2021) • June 2021 Unemployment Rate Unchanged In Michigan

(07-29-2021) • Steps For A Culver’s Restaurant in Angola Are Moving Toward a Reality

(07-29-2021) • MSD Hires New Principal for Pleasant Lake

(07-29-2021) • Man Charged in Branch County Bicyclist Death

(07-29-2021) • Child Killed in Wednesday Night Accident

(07-29-2021) • Jeff Siegel Announces Re-election Bid For Elkhart Co. Sheriff

(07-29-2021) • Eaton And Bontrager Named 2021 Sturgis Citizens Of The Year

(07-29-2021) • Americraft Carton Sold To Graphic Packaging

(07-29-2021) • City Commission Sets Public Hearing For FY 2022 Budget

(07-28-2021) • Alligator Found at Northeast Indiana Lake

(07-28-2021) • MSD of Steuben County & YMCA Partner to open Early Learning Center

(07-28-2021) • Chipping and Sealing Begins Wednesday on Several LagGrange County Roads

(07-28-2021) • Shipshewana Man Injured And Cited In Crash

(07-28-2021) • Victim Identified In Wheelchair v Vehicle Collision

(07-28-2021) • Devier Receives Special Award

(07-27-2021) • Governor’s “Boots and Black Tie” Inaugural Party Finally Gets Green Light

(07-27-2021) • High Ozone Levels in the Hoosier State Tuesday

(07-27-2021) • Another round of Forgivable Loans Available for Angola Businesses

(07-27-2021) • Rokita Fighting for What His Office Calls “Unconstitutional Power Grab”

(07-27-2021) • Heartland And Cruiser Building Facilities In Sturgis

(07-27-2021) • CHA Offering Free COVID Tests For Faster Horses Festival

(07-27-2021) • Head Injury Reported In Deer v Motorcycle Crash

(07-26-2021) • Plans to renovate Auction Park Into Sports Complex

(07-26-2021) • One Person Injured in Three Vehicle Crash

(07-26-2021) • Sunday Morning Motorcycle Accident

(07-26-2021) • Rollover Crash on Saturday Night on I-69

(07-26-2021) • Gas Prices Rise 2 Cents in the US Over Last Two Weeks

(07-26-2021) • New East Noble Superintendent On The Job

(07-26-2021) • LaGrange County EDC Announces Deadline For Grant Applications

(07-26-2021) • MSP Investigating A Stolen Vehicle

(07-26-2021) • Sturgis Man Arrested In Connection With Three Rivers Shooting

(07-26-2021) • Three People Injured In Cass County Crash

(07-23-2021) • Four Sale Records Broke at the Steuben County 4-H Fair Auction

(07-23-2021) • Branch County Sees Unemployment Go Up a Tenth

(07-23-2021) • Indiana’s Redrawing of Congressional and Legislative Election Districts

(07-23-2021) • Fatal Accident in Williams County

(07-23-2021) • Hit And Run Suspect Apprehended

(07-23-2021) • Authorities Identify Victim In Fatal Crash

(07-23-2021) • Glen Oaks Selected For NSF Project Vision Program

(07-22-2021) • Fremont Man Sentenced On Federal Firearm Charge

(07-22-2021) • Lakeland Cyber Academy Holding Open House

(07-22-2021) • Sturgis Man Dies In Two Vehicle Collision

(07-22-2021) • Indiana Public Schools Will Have Free Lunches for the Upcoming School Year

(07-22-2021) • Plans in Place to Change Auburn Auction Park Into a Sports Complex

(07-22-2021) • Steuben County 4-H Fair Ends; Henney Wins Showman of Showman

(07-22-2021) • Attorney General Todd Rokita Announces $507 Million Agreement

(07-22-2021) • UPS Semi and Trailer Involved in One Lane Rollover Wednesday Evening

(07-22-2021) • INDOT Project Starts in Angola Thursday

(07-21-2021) • Motorcyclist Severs Leg in Three Vehicle Accident Near Fremont

(07-21-2021) • DeKalb County Train Derailment

(07-21-2021) • Top Indiana Officials File Another Appeal Against Expanded Unemployment Benefits

(07-21-2021) • Sister to Sister Sheep Show Winners

(07-21-2021) • LaSata To Hold In District Office Hours In August

(07-21-2021) • Sturgis Man Sentenced In Branch County

(07-21-2021) • Sheriff's Department Investigating Stolen Vehicle

(07-21-2021) • Wilson Posts Update For Bronson Schools

(07-21-2021) • Site Plan Review Approved For Sturgis Bowl Building

(07-21-2021) • Middlebury Man Injured In Auto v Bicycle Accident

(07-20-2021) • What's Coming up at the Steuben County 4-H Fair the Rest of the Week

(07-20-2021) • Caylee Bachelor Wins Grand Champion Starter Calf at Steuben County 4-H Fair

(07-20-2021) • INDOT Northeast Hosting Hiring Event at Elkhart Subdistrict

(07-20-2021) • Judge Denies Ruling Seeking to Stop IU Vaccine Mandate

(07-20-2021) • Northwest Ohio Women’s Heads to Jail for Two Stabbing Incidents

(07-20-2021) • Congressman Jim Banks Joins Set to Join Investigative Committee

(07-20-2021) • Tuesday At The Steuben County 4-H Fair

(07-20-2021) • Coldwater Starting Summer Concert Series On Tuesday

(07-20-2021) • Parkview LaGrange Certified For Level 1 Obstetric Care

(07-20-2021) • NE Indiana Unemployment Rates Go Up In June

(07-20-2021) • Coldwater Man Charged Following Incident

(07-19-2021) • Bomb Threat Closed Mackinac Bridge for 3 Hours on Sunday

(07-19-2021) • Ohio Teens Injured in Steuben County Crash

(07-19-2021) • Four People Injured In Branch County Accident

(07-19-2021) • Four People Die At Weekend Music Festival

(07-19-2021) • Parkview LaGrange Certified For Level 1 Obstetric Care

(07-19-2021) • MSP Investigating Catalytic Converter Theft

(07-17-2021) • Driver Cited In 3 Vehicle Injury Crash On I-69

(07-17-2021) • Plenty To Do At Bronson Polish Festival

(07-17-2021) • Two Vehicle Crash Takes The Life Of A Bristol Man

(07-17-2021) • Noble County Fair Ends With Demo Derby

(07-17-2021) • Three Rivers Man Dies In One Vehicle Crash

(07-17-2021) • What's Coming Up at the Steuben County 4-H Fair

(07-17-2021) • Opening Day Highlights at the Steuben County 4-H

(07-16-2021) • Veterans Day At The Noble County Fair

(07-16-2021) • Full Day Of Events At LaGrange County Fair

(07-16-2021) • 51st Bronson Polish Festival Underway

(07-16-2021) • Three Rivers Man Arrested Following Police Chase

(07-16-2021) • Elkhart Man Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(07-16-2021) • Tanya Tucker Tickets Now on Sale at Trine

(07-16-2021) • Trine's Speech-Language Pathology Program Accepted for Candidacy, Enrolling Students

(07-16-2021) • Operation Firecracker Lands Eight in Jail on Multiple Drug Charges

(07-16-2021) • Bronson Fills Teaching Position as Area Schools Still Need Teachers

(07-16-2021) • Two Sections of Angola Mound to be Sealed Sunday

(07-16-2021) • Three Compete for the Miss Steuben County Title; Fair Officially Starts Friday

(07-15-2021) • Indiana AG Alerts Hoosiers About Phone Scams

(07-15-2021) • Indiana DOE Releases Latest Test Scores

(07-15-2021) • The 51st Bronson Polish Festival Returns

(07-15-2021) • Indiana Tax Collections See Jump

(07-15-2021) • Thursday Events At LaGrange County 4-H Fair