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NEWS ARCHIVE

(10-16-2021) • Angola Marching Hornets Head to Lafayette Jefferson for ISSMA Marching Contest Saturday

(10-16-2021) • Free Drive-up Shot Clinic Opens October 22 for LagGrange County Area Residents

(10-16-2021) • Steuben County Mobile Vaccine Clinics

(10-16-2021) • Sullivan Congratulates Steuben on Adopting Vote Centers

(10-16-2021) • Natural Gas Market Prices to Cause Potentially Higher Winter Heating Bills Compared to Last Year

(10-16-2021) • Cameron Hospital Named New Permanent Chief Executive Officer

(10-16-2021) • More Hoosiers Getting COVID-19 Booster Shots

(10-15-2021) • Elkhart Woman Injured In Collision

(10-15-2021) • Moag Resigns As Three Rivers Schools Superintendent

(10-14-2021) • Michigan Governor Visits Coldwater in Hillsdale

(10-14-2021) • Miller Amish Country Poultry Expansion Complete

(10-14-2021) • Whitmer Tours Businesses In Branch And Hillsdale Counties

(10-14-2021) • Glen Oaks Gets Good Audit Report

(10-14-2021) • Quincy And Watervliet Get Clean Water Grants

(10-14-2021) • Cameron Memorial Community Hospital to Host Vaccination Clinic

(10-13-2021) • Elkhart Man Arrested Following Two State Chase

(10-13-2021) • Coldwater Receiving State Funds To Help With Renovation Project

(10-13-2021) • Glen Oaks To Be Weekly COVID Testing And Vaccination Site

(10-13-2021) • Trine Partners With Blue Jacket Graduates

(10-13-2021) • Former Executive Director of a Bryan Area School for Autism Sentenced

(10-13-2021) • Two Vehicle Crash Involving Special Education Bus

(10-13-2021) • U.S. Supreme Court Declines Hearing Indiana Toll Road Case

(10-13-2021) • Wednesday Morning Rolls in with Fog

(10-12-2021) • Angola Area Chamber of Commerce next Business After Hours hosted by Archery Tag is scheduled for Thursday, October 21st

(10-12-2021) • Steuben County Youth Trick or Treat for Canned Goods

(10-12-2021) • Trine Has Record Fall Enrollment

(10-12-2021) • Hoosier State Receives 500K Grant Help With Farm Related Stress

(10-12-2021) • Noble County Names Early Childhood Coalition Coordinator

(10-12-2021) • Finalists Named For LaGrange County Lilly Scholarships

(10-12-2021) • Finalists Named For Branch County Treasurer Position

(10-12-2021) • Suspect Arrested For Making Threats Against Cassopolis H.S.

(10-12-2021) • City of Angola's Plan Commission Gives Recommendation for New Subdivision Plat

(10-12-2021) • Recommendation Given for Trine Rezoning

(10-11-2021) • Trine Professor's Article Published In Research Journal

(10-11-2021) • Swim Lessons Available at the YMCA

(10-11-2021) • Angola Marching Hornets Receive Gold Rating at Homestead

(10-11-2021) • Multiple Fire Departments Participate in Farm Related Rescue Training

(10-11-2021) • Two Injured in Moving Vehicle Verse Pedestrian Accident on Sunday

(10-11-2021) • Suspect Arrested For Stealing Car And Other Charges

(10-11-2021) • Speed A Factor In Cass County Crash

(10-11-2021) • Coldwater Road Re-opens After Five Months

(10-11-2021) • Motorcyclist Injured In Collision With Car

(10-09-2021) • Neighbors Push Back Against Proposed Crooked Lake Condos

(10-09-2021) • Stolen Central Noble Bus Found in Fort Wayne

(10-09-2021) • Allen and Eash Crowned Prairie Heights Homecoming Royality

(10-09-2021) • Governor Holcomb Undecided on Appeal

(10-09-2021) • Areas of Fog Saturday Morning

(10-08-2021) • Stolen School Bus in Noble County

(10-08-2021) • Neighbors Push Back Against Proposed Crooked Lake Condos

(10-08-2021) • Woman Arrested in LaGrange County with Large Bag of Meth Hidden Inside Body

(10-08-2021) • Wanted Noble County Escapee Captured at Angola Walmart

(10-08-2021) • Haylett Honored By Trine University

(10-08-2021) • Lucy Cook Named 2021 LaGrange County Corn School Queen

(10-08-2021) • Haylett Honored By Trine University

(10-08-2021) • Lucy Cook Named 2021 LaGrange County Corn School Queen

(10-08-2021) • More Fun Waiting At LaGrange County Corn School

(10-08-2021) • LaGrange Woman Injured In Elkhart County Collision

(10-07-2021) • Carra Introduces Plan For Long Term Road Maintenance

(10-07-2021) • More Events Scheduled For Today At Corn School

(10-07-2021) • Allen Connelly Named LaGrange Citizen Of The Year

(10-07-2021) • Apportionment Commission Approves New Districts

(10-07-2021) • Pleasant Lake Lions Club Variety Show

(10-07-2021) • AquaBounty Moves Forward in Northwest Ohio with ODNR Water Withdrawal Permit

(10-07-2021) • Angola Area Chamber of Commerce to Hosting Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Celebrate First Anniversary at KC Learning Center on Tuesday

(10-07-2021) • Northern Indiana Gets New US Attorney

(10-07-2021) • Patchy Fog Thursday Morning

(10-06-2021) • Several People Injured In Three Vehicle Collision

(10-06-2021) • Queen Contest Starts Tonight As Part Of Corn School

(10-06-2021) • Bronson To Flush Fire Hydrants October 18 and 19

(10-06-2021) • Apportionment Commission Meeting To Discuss Commission Districts

(10-06-2021) • City of Angola's HPC to Put On Community Presentation

(10-06-2021) • Steuben County Community Foundation Lilly Scholar Finalists Named

(10-06-2021) • New MSD Superintendent Named

(10-05-2021) • Trine honors lieutenant governor as Woman of Distinction

(10-05-2021) • LaGrange Man Arrested On Multiple Charges

(10-05-2021) • Three Rivers Health Joins Beacon Health System

(10-05-2021) • Lakeland School Board Approves CBA

(10-05-2021) • CHA Offering Pfizer Booster Doses

(10-05-2021) • Weekend Three Car Accident Sends Several to the Hospital

(10-05-2021) • Noble County Authorities Looking For Man Who Escaped Police Custody

(10-05-2021) • Governor Holcomb Signs Redistricting Plan

(10-05-2021) • Angola Board of Public Works and Safety Approve 6-Month Trial of Community Pantry

(10-04-2021) • Prairie Heights celebrates Homecoming Starting Monday

(10-04-2021) • Two Women Injured in Crash

(10-04-2021) • Woman Blacks Out and Hits Telephone Pole

(10-04-2021) • NIPSCO Asking the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission for Rate Hike

(10-04-2021) • Two People Injured In DeKalb County Crash

(10-04-2021) • Coldwater Schools Provide COVID-19 Update

(10-04-2021) • Elkhart Man Injured In Car v Bicycle Accident

(10-04-2021) • Elkhart County Barn Fires Being Investigated

(10-04-2021) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(10-02-2021) • Corn School Officially Starts Tuesday in LaGrange County

(10-02-2021) • Prairie Heights celebrates Homecoming Starting Monday

(10-02-2021) • Fremont Senior Ethan Bock Named a 2022 Commended Student from the National Merit Organization

(10-02-2021) • Indiana Republican Lawmakers Give Final Approval for Redrawing Plans

(10-01-2021) • Woman Hurt After She Rear-ends Semi After on I-69

(10-01-2021) • Steuben County Welcomes Polling Centers

(10-01-2021) • Carra Introduces Plan To Ensure Oversight For Local Health Officials

(10-01-2021) • One Person Injured In Collision Between Semis

(10-01-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Truck And Trailer

(10-01-2021) • CHA Rescinds Quarantine Order

(09-30-2021) • Howe Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(09-30-2021) • New Route For 2021 SHS Homecoming Parade

(09-30-2021) • Niles Couple Charged By Attorney General With Medicaid Fraud

(09-30-2021) • LaGrange County Corn School Returns In 2021

(09-30-2021) • Steuben County Activates New High-tech CodeRED System

(09-30-2021) • Halloween & Heroes’ event in LaGrange County October 19

(09-30-2021) • LaGrange County “S.A.F.E. for Kids” Raising Awareness on Stop-arm Violations

(09-30-2021) • Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Battery

(09-30-2021) • Man In Waterloo Motel Standoff Taken Into Custody Peacefully

(09-29-2021) • Corn School Returns to LaGrange County October 5-9

(09-29-2021) • Man Injured After Hitting Road Closed Sign

(09-29-2021) • Indiana Redistricting Saga Continues; More Voting Friday

(09-28-2021) • Coldwater Superintendent Asking For Input On Masking

(09-28-2021) • Sturgis Man Injured In Sunday Motorcycle Accident

(09-28-2021) • Dowagiac Man Found Dead Following House Fire

(09-28-2021) • Prairie Heights Accepting Mighty Oak Award Nominations

(09-28-2021) • Indiana AG Warns of Nursing License Scam

(09-28-2021) • Fremont Elementary Planning Remote Learning Due to COVID-19

(09-28-2021) • Man Sentenced to 115 Years for Shooting at Authorities During Motel Standoff

(09-28-2021) • City of Angola Board of Zoning Appeals Approve New EMC Sign

(09-27-2021) • Prairie Heights Accepting Mighty Oak Award Nominations

(09-27-2021) • Fremont Community Schools Announce Two-Hour Delay for Monday

(09-27-2021) • Steuben County’s New CodeRED System

(09-27-2021) • More Charges for Hoover in Lake James Murder

(09-27-2021) • Two Vehicle Accident West of Corunna Saturday

(09-26-2021) • Restraining Order Issued to Release Football Players From Quarantine

(09-25-2021) • More Charges for Hoover in Lake James Murder

(09-25-2021) • Driver Injured Friday Evening In Accident

(09-25-2021) • Steuben County Gets Funds from Indiana Landmarks

(09-25-2021) • Fremont Community Schools Announce Two-Hour Delay for Monday

(09-25-2021) • Civil War Encampment Comes to Angola

(09-25-2021) • Free Fishing Weekend in Indiana

(09-25-2021) • Man Flees Police in Rowboat

(09-24-2021) • Steuben County Gets Funds from Indiana Landmarks

(09-24-2021) • Hoosier GOP has House Votes on Redistricting

(09-24-2021) • Engineers Without Borders to Host Golf Outing With Trine University

(09-23-2021) • Steuben County’s Unemployment Rate Drops

(09-23-2021) • Angola American History Fest This Weekend

(09-23-2021) • National Public Lands Day Celebrated in Steuben County

(09-23-2021) • Deputy Graduates Academy

(09-23-2021) • Branch County Storage Units Burn

(09-23-2021) • Trine Partners With Indiana Connections for Online Students

(09-23-2021) • Eagleson and Sprunger Say Good Say Goodbye to MSD

(09-22-2021) • Woman Pleads Guilty to Child Seduction Charges

(09-22-2021) • Woman Injured on Tuesday Morning Accident

(09-22-2021) • Fremont Man Charged in Branch County on Home Invasion Charges

(09-22-2021) • Northeast Indiana Unemployment Rates Go Down In August

(09-22-2021) • Steuben County Implements New Emergency Notification Service

(09-21-2021) • Cameron Memorial Hospital’s Dr. Todd C. Rumsey Voted Among Best OB/GYN Providers