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NEWS ARCHIVE

(10-17-2019) • Indiana Attorney General Still Under Fire

(10-17-2019) • Preliminary Agreement Reached By UAW and GM

(10-17-2019) • Deported Felon Sentenced To 60 Months In Prison

(10-17-2019) • Trine Symposia Continues With 'Grande Dame Catrina: Honoring Death'

(10-17-2019) • DeKalb Chamber announces finalists of Duesy Awards

(10-16-2019) • Four-Wheeler Pursuit Leads To Arrest In LaGrange County

(10-16-2019) • Road Construction On State Route 327 In Steuben County Continues

(10-16-2019) • Major Moves Talks In LaGrange County

(10-16-2019) • Shepherd Trial Begins Today

(10-16-2019) • Smoking Law Change In Ohio Raises Minimum Age To Buy

(10-16-2019) • General Motors CEO Aims To End UAW Strike Soon

(10-16-2019) • Hoosier State Physicians Asking State To Combat E-Cigarettes Through Higher Taxes

(10-16-2019) • Indiana Attorney General Looking To Target Excessive Auto Dealership Fees

(10-16-2019) • Cooler Temperatures Expected For Wednesday

(10-16-2019) • MSD Convenes at Pleasant Lake Elementary

(10-15-2019) • MSD Steuben County Fall Break Next Week

(10-15-2019) • FIST Plans Trick-or-Treat for Canned Goods

(10-15-2019) • Road Closure Wednesday In Steuben County

(10-14-2019) • Sports Scores - Monday October 14th, 2019

(10-15-2019) • Fifth EEE Death Reported In Southwest Michigan

(10-15-2019) • Weather Outlook For Week

(10-15-2019) • Weekend Drug Bust In Garrett

(10-15-2019) • Union Workers See Boost In Strike Pay As UAW/GM Issues Continue

(10-15-2019) • Area Chambers Announce Local Leaders To Be Featured At Leadercast Women

(10-14-2019) • Firefighter Recognized for 52 Years of Service

(10-14-2019) • Marching Hornets Advance to Regionals

(10-14-2019) • Indiana Governor Declares Move Over Week

(10-14-2019) • Indiana Officials Report 1st Human EEE Virus Death of 2019

(10-14-2019) • Hunter Falls From Tree Stand

(10-14-2019) • Holy Statue in Rome City Vandalized

(10-13-2019) • Ohio 49 Love's Travel Stop is Open for Business

(10-13-2019) • Orland Man Arrested for Child Porn

(10-13-2019) • Vehicle Crash Claims Life of Indiana State Trooper

(10-13-2019) • Sunday Robbery in Sturgis

(10-11-2019) • Much Cooler Temperatures In Store For Tri-State Region This Weekend

(10-11-2019) • Fort Wayne Man Sentenced To 60 Months In Prison

(10-11-2019) • Two More Reported Vaping Related Deaths In Indiana

(10-11-2019) • LaGrange Habitat For Humanity ReStore Sale Going On Now

(10-11-2019) • Festival of Trees This Weekend

(10-11-2019) • Bridge Work On State Route 9 In Howe Begins Monday

(10-11-2019) • Crash Thursday Afternoon In Steuben County Claims Truck Driver

(10-11-2019) • Electrical Worker Dies In Accident Thursday

(10-10-2019) • Power Outage Thursday Morning In Steuben County

(10-10-2019) • Driven By Data Open House Coming Up

(10-10-2019) • Bronson Schools Searching For Superintendent

(10-10-2019) • Civil Rights Lawsuit Settled In Coldwater

(10-10-2019) • Democrat Presidential Candidate To Visit Buckeye State

(10-10-2019) • Two Car Crash Wednesday In DeKalb County

(10-10-2019) • Man Falls From Tree Stand In Fremont

(10-10-2019) • LaGrange Incentive Program

(10-10-2019) • Aerial Spraying For EEE In LaGrange Completed For Now

(10-10-2019) • Fort Wayne Man Sentenced To 120 Months In Prison

(10-09-2019) • Tuesday Night Crash In DeKalb County

(10-09-2019) • New Condo Project In LaGrange

(10-09-2019) • Michigan Completes Aerial Spraying For EEE

(10-09-2019) • No Injuries In Car-School Bus Collision In Coldwater

(10-09-2019) • Third Democrat Joins Race For Indiana Governor

(10-09-2019) • Edon Man Pleads Guilty In Vehicular Homicide Case

(10-09-2019) • Montpelier School District Meet To Address Negative School Environment

(10-09-2019) • Three-Time Deported Felon Sentenced To 30 Months In Prison

(10-09-2019) • Angola City Council Meeting Rescheduled

(10-09-2019) • Trine Names Miller Vice President For Administration/Chief of Staff

(10-08-2019) • Central Noble Bus Rolls Tuesday Morning In Wolf Lake

(10-08-2019) • Area Young Professionals Network Enrolling New Members

(10-08-2019) • Dewine's Gun Bill Omits Red Flag Law

(10-08-2019) • LaGrange Commissioners Raise Security Concerns

(10-08-2019) • Lagrange Town Board Park Vandals Case Solved

(10-08-2019) • Former Quincy Resident Facing CSC Charges

(10-08-2019) • Indiana Secretary of State Closes Shop On Fort Wayne Auto Dealer

(10-08-2019) • Alzheimer's Association Walk Raises $245,000 To Fight Disease

(10-08-2019) • Indiana State Police Accepting Applications for the 80th Recruit Academy

(10-08-2019) • Steuben County Commissioners Seek Gale Street Vacation

(10-07-2019) • Commissioners-Big Long Lake vacate

(10-07-2019) • Weekend Motorcycle Crash In LaGrange County, Meth Found At Scene

(10-07-2019) • City of Angola Plan Comission October Meeting Cancelled

(10-07-2019) • Hoosier State Residents Strongly Encouraged To Get Flu Shot This Season

(10-07-2019) • Cancer Symposium Coming Up

(10-07-2019) • Ohio Home and Auto Insurance Rates Well Below National Average

(10-07-2019) • Elkhart Woman Injured In Hit And Run Incident

(10-07-2019) • Missing Coldwater Teen Found

(10-07-2019) • Aerial Spraying Continues In Michigan

(10-07-2019) • Talks Take a Turn For Worse Between GM and UAW

(10-07-2019) • Hillsdale, Michigan Puppy Mill On Notice

(10-07-2019) • Bronson High School On Alert After Written Threat

(10-07-2019) • Barn is a Total Loss After Sunday Blaze

(10-04-2019) • STAR TRANSPORTATION Offers New Service

(10-03-2019) • Road Closure Scheduled In Butler Next Tuesday

(10-03-2019) • Latest Contract Proposal From GM To UAW Rejected

(10-03-2019) • Survey Finds Indiana 5th “Least-Vaccinated” State

(10-03-2019) • Congressman Jim Banks Speaks of Frustration On Impeachment Process Of President Trump

(10-03-2019) • Citizen of The Year Named In LaGrange County

(10-03-2019) • Tuesday Crash In LaGrange Sends Five To Hospital

(10-03-2019) • Bronson School Board To Hold Special Meeting

(10-03-2019) • Steuben County Plan Commission Amends Ordinance To Prevent Automobile Accidents Due To Signage

(10-03-2019) • Building Permits Up In Month of August Across Indiana

(10-03-2019) • Another EEE death in MI

(10-03-2019) • City of Angola Mayor’s Arts Council Announces New Fall Sculptures

(10-03-2019) • Angola Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting Cancelled

(10-03-2019) • Voter Registration Ends Monday In Indiana

(10-03-2019) • DeKalb Chamber Partners With STAR Financial To Offer Exclusive Health Insurance Plan

(10-02-2019) • Steuben County Special Olympics Bowl-A-Thon Coming Up

(10-02-2019) • Wolschleger Joins Martin Law Offices

(10-02-2019) • Elkhart EEE Spraying TOPS

(10-02-2019) • Siler Sentenced On Child Abuse Charges

(10-02-2019) • Flavored Vaping Ban Starts Today In Michigan

(10-02-2019) • Bryan Woman Heading To Prison On Drug Charges

(10-02-2019) • Bridge Work In Defiance Continues

(10-02-2019) • Angola HPC reviews Facade plans for The Venue

(10-02-2019) • Banks Leads 67 House Republicans in Calling on DOJ to Assist Investigation Into Discovery of Fetal Remains

(10-02-2019) • LaGrange Sheriff Attends Border Conference In Arizona

(10-02-2019) • Vehicle Thefts Over Summer Months Has Steuben County on High Alert

(10-02-2019) • Two Charged With Criminal Recklessness

(10-01-2019) • Ohio Health Officials Serious About Combating Opiod Epidemic

(10-01-2019) • Mosquito Spraying To Begin On Wednesday In LaGrange

(10-01-2019) • FAFSA Opens Today For 2020-2021 School Year

(10-01-2019) • Meningitis Case Found In Noble County

(10-01-2019) • DeKalb Health Merger With Parkview Now Official

(10-01-2019) • UAW Strike Against General Motors Continues Into Week Three

(10-01-2019) • Aerial Spraying For EEE In LaGrange

(10-01-2019) • Vandalism At LaGrange Town Park

(10-01-2019) • Corn School Tonight In LaGrange

(10-01-2019) • Whitmer Signs Budget With Line Item Vetoes

(10-01-2019) • Shipshewana Woman Involved In Collision

(10-01-2019) • Cause of September Factory Fire Unknown

(10-01-2019) • Clear Lake Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting Set

(10-01-2019) • Chain O' Lakes Correctional Hosts National Association of County Agricultural Agents

(09-30-2019) • Study Finds Region Losing Many High School, College Graduates

(09-30-2019) • OWI in LaGrange County Friday Night

(09-30-2019) • Community Invited to Trine Homecoming and Family Weekend Events

(09-30-2019) • New Board Members Named Within DeKalb Chamber

(09-30-2019) • Horse Requirement Health Changes Coming In Ohio

(09-30-2019) • Supreme Court Coming To Williams County

(09-30-2019) • Hilderly Taking Tecumseh Superintendent's Job

(09-30-2019) • U.S. 12 Resurfacing Starting Today

(09-30-2019) • Man & Dog Escape LaGrange Fire Saturday Morning

(09-30-2019) • LaGrange Corn School Preview

(09-30-2019) • Mosquito Spraying In Michigan On Hold Due To Weather

(09-30-2019) • Domestic Complaint Leads to Felony Arrest

(09-30-2019) • Recall Issued For Indiana Company's Pork Products

(09-30-2019) • Phone Scam Targeting Social Security

(09-30-2019) • Health Department To Spray For Mosquitoes

(09-30-2019) • Scheid Named Coldwater DPS Director

(09-27-2019) • Authorities Respond to a Reported Possible Bomb Threat

(09-27-2019) • August Jobless Rates Down Around SW Michigan

(09-27-2019) • Fremont High School Athletic Director Nominated for Award

(09-26-2019) • Indiana’s Unemployment Rate At Lowest Level In 18 Months

(09-26-2019) • Sons of Serendip to Perform In Bryan, OH on October 15, 2019

(09-26-2019) • Bee's Knees Roaring 20's Party Coming Up

(09-26-2019) • Sports Scores - Wednesday September 25th, 2019

(09-26-2019) • Miller Votes In Favor Of State Budget