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NEWS ARCHIVE

(07-01-2020) • Authorities Investigate a Tuesday Night Stabbing

(07-01-2020) • Howe Military Academy Tanker Heads to New Home

(07-01-2020) • Branch County Fair Canceled For 2020

(07-01-2020) • Indiana WorkOne Centers To Open To Walk In Customers

(07-01-2020) • Tri-State Steuben County Municipal Airport Awarded Grant

(07-01-2020) • Over 100 New Laws Start July 1st in the Hoosier State

(07-01-2020) • A Heat Stretch is on Tap for the Next Several Days

(06-30-2020) • MSD of Steuben County Executive Session This Friday

(06-30-2020) • Electrify Usage Causing Deficits for Local Ohio Towns

(06-30-2020) • Ohioans Can Start Outdoor Nursing Home Visits in Mid July

(06-30-2020) • Kendallville Library Opening In July

(06-30-2020) • LaGrange Deputies Handle Weekend Fight and Drunk Driver

(06-30-2020) • Business After Hours Returns July 16th

(06-30-2020) • Hamilton Town Council Meeting Next Monday

(06-30-2020) • Ohioans Can Start Outdoor Nursing Home Visits in Mid July

(06-30-2020) • Woman Injured in Car Accident Sunday in DeKalb County

(06-30-2020) • Bronson’s Ryan Elementary Has a New Principal

(06-29-2020) • Steuben County Issues COVID-19 Public Service Announcement

(06-29-2020) • Driver Ejected and Airlifted to Fort Wayne After Sunday Accident

(06-29-2020) • Second Lockdown and Potential Mandatory Vaccines Possibly Ordered From Michigan Governor

(06-29-2020) • Sturgis Woman Killed In Crash

(06-29-2020) • OWI Arrest Made Sunday Night In LaGrange County

(06-29-2020) • Habitat Home Sponsored by Home & Garden Show Will Raise the First Walls this Wednesday in New Haven

(06-29-2020) • Thiess Stock Rising Quickly With Steuben County Law Enforcement

(06-29-2020) • Angola City Police Issue Scam Alert

(06-29-2020) • One Person Airlifted in Sunday Evening Accident

(06-29-2020) • Thunderstorms Are Possible This Week

(06-29-2020) • Fire Destroys Barn in Kunkle

(06-29-2020) • Bryan Municipal Utilities Customers Could See Summer Increases

(06-29-2020) • Bryan City Band Set to Preform Wednesday

(06-29-2020) • BMV Late Fees Will Resume This Coming Wednesday

(06-29-2020) • FFA Convention Moves To Virtual Format

(06-29-2020) • COVID-19 Total Nears 45,000 Mark Within Indiana

(06-29-2020) • Accessible Absent Voter Ballot Application Now Available

(06-28-2020) • Saturday Night Structure Fire

(06-28-2020) • Steuben County COA Will Re-Open Current Location on July 6th

(06-28-2020) • Quincy Apartment Fire Claims Second Victim

(06-28-2020) • Noble County Reports Possible COVID Exposure At YMCA Camp

(06-27-2020) • Mountain Lion Sighting at Fremont’s Vistula Park

(06-27-2020) • Northwestern Williams County Got Hit Hard By Storms

(06-26-2020) • Northwest Ohio Facility One of the First to See Funding

(06-26-2020) • Thunderstorms Possible Friday

(06-25-2020) • Investigation Into Possible Drowning Underway at Lake James

(06-26-2020) • Fremont Schools Board Meeting Monday

(06-26-2020) • Standardized Test Scores Optional For Students Seeking Trine Admission In 2021

(06-26-2020) • Amazon To Open Delivery Station In Fort Wayne

(06-26-2020) • Hillsdale County Fair Canceled For 2020

(06-26-2020) • New Name Joins DeKalb County Commissioner Race

(06-25-2020) • Investigation Into Possible Drowning Underway at Lake James

(06-25-2020) • Drug Arrest Thursday Morning In LaGrange County

(06-25-2020) • Cameron Memorial Hospital Visitor Restrictions Still In Place

(06-25-2020) • Steuben County Makes COVID-19 Social Responsibility Request

(06-25-2020) • Cedar Point Offering Special July 4th Event

(06-25-2020) • Williams County Facility Has First Positive COVID-19 Case

(06-25-2020) • Chance of Thunderstorms Start Today and Increase Daily to Weekend

(06-25-2020) • Colon Man Arrested On Several Charges

(06-25-2020) • Holcomb Announces Renters Relief Program

(06-25-2020) • Banks Announces Service Academy Appointments

(06-25-2020) • Indiana Adds Almost 300 More Cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday

(06-25-2020) • COVID-19 Positive Employees At Center For Health And Wellness

(06-24-2020) • Potential Tax Increases In Indiana

(06-24-2020) • Bodies Identified in Bryan Case; Suspected Homicide/Suicide

(06-24-2020) • Michigan Woman Arrested On Child Endangerment Charges

(06-24-2020) • Tuesday Morning Quincy Fire Ruled Not Suspicious

(06-24-2020) • In Person Classes To Resume This Fall For EACS

(06-24-2020) • State Offers Public Schools Remote Learning Grants

(06-24-2020) • Open Skate Resumes at Thunder Ice Arena July 5th

(06-24-2020) • CASA Palooza Diamonds & Denim Rescheduled For September

(06-23-2020) • DeWitt Becomes Newest Auburn City Council Member

(06-23-2020) • Autopsies Requested for Dead Bodies Found in Bryan Home

(06-23-2020) • Calendar Changes Noted For Trine 2020 Fall Semester

(06-23-2020) • Calendar Challenge Looms Over 2021 Steuben County Budget

(06-23-2020) • Challenges Prevalent For Steuben County Council 2021 Budget Discussions

(06-23-2020) • Hoosier Drivers Must Put Down Their Phones Beginning July 1st

(06-23-2020) • Two Dead Bodies Found in Home

(06-23-2020) • Northeast Indiana Reporting 27 New Cases Of Coronavirus

(06-23-2020) • Fatal Fire Tuesday Morning Fire In Quincy

(06-23-2020) • Kendallville Man Arraigned On Stolen Vehicle Charges

(06-23-2020) • Vice President Mike Pence to Visit Ohio

(06-23-2020) • Plan Commission Denies Rezoning For Senior Living Community Development

(06-23-2020) • Angola Chamber Golf Scramble To Be Held In October

(06-22-2020) • Indiana County May Unemployment Numbers Released

(06-22-2020) • Traffic Stop Leads to Multiple Drug Charges on Two Men

(06-22-2020) • Sunday Night House Fire In Quincy

(06-22-2020) • The Williams County Fair Will Be Next to Normal This Year

(06-22-2020) • Salary Matrix on Steuben County Council’s Agenda Tuesday

(06-22-2020) • Several Chickens Were Lost in a Sunday Barn Blaze

(06-22-2020) • NE Indiana Has 165 New Cases Of Coronavirus

(06-22-2020) • Southwest Michigan Reports 14 New COVID-19 Cases

(06-22-2020) • Black Pine Animal Sanctuary Reopens Over Weekend

(06-22-2020) • Chain O’Lakes Unveils New 9 Lake Challenge

(06-22-2020) • Judge Rules Gyms Can Reopen Within Michigan

(06-22-2020) • Home Occupants Escape Sunday Morning Fire

(06-22-2020) • Felony Residential Entry Arrest

(06-22-2020) • Karson Meeks Wins Indiana Sheriff's Association Scholarship

(06-22-2020) • May Indiana Employment Report

(06-22-2020) • Thunderstorms Likely Monday

(06-19-2020) • RISE Inc. Will Soon Have a New Name

(06-19-2020) • 180th Fighter Wing Stingers Helping Fight Hunger

(06-19-2020) • Steuben County Council Sets Special Meeting

(06-19-2020) • One Person Airlifted After Two Vehicle Crash

(06-19-2020) • Local Authorities Make Warning on Counterfeit Cash

(06-19-2020) • Warning From Steuben County Officials on Blue-Green Algae

(06-19-2020) • Hot Today; Slight Chance of a Thunderstorm

(06-18-2020) • Angola City Police K-9 Program Receives Donation

(06-18-2020) • Ohio Governor Announces His Law Enforcement Reform

(06-18-2020) • Stolen Vehicle Crashes Into Home

(06-18-2020) • New Ashley Plastics Company Names Leader

(06-18-2020) • World Olivet Assembly Acquires Howe Military Campus

(06-18-2020) • Education Spared From Indiana Budget Cuts

(06-18-2020) • Above Normal Temperatures Will Continue

(06-17-2020) • Northeast Indiana Has 154 New Coronavirus Cases

(06-17-2020) • Northeast Indiana Has 154 New Coronavirus Cases

(06-17-2020) • LaGrange County Extends Emergency Declaration

(06-17-2020) • Montpelier Bean Days Balloon Fest Cancelled for 2020

(06-17-2020) • MSD Board Discusses Social Distancing for Graduation

(06-17-2020) • Mohre Receives Endorsements for Williams County Sheriff

(06-17-2020) • Unemployment Fraud Warning for Hoosiers

(06-17-2020) • Humidity Levels Will Increase Through the Weekend

(06-16-2020) • Fremont Board Approves Athletic Practices to Start

(06-16-2020) • Axel Joins Trine University Board of Trustees

(06-16-2020) • Yoder Man Critically Injured in Steuben County Motorcycle Crash

(06-16-2020) • Ohio Sports Betting Bills

(06-16-2020) • Saucer Village Features Versions of Williams County Businesses

(06-16-2020) • Toledo Zoo Reopens With Guidlines

(06-16-2020) • Sentence Handed Down On Cunkle

(06-16-2020) • COVID-19 Cases Spike In Southern Michigan

(06-16-2020) • LaGrange County Residents Required To Wear Masks In Public

(06-16-2020) • Just One Month Left to File Individual Income Taxes for The 2020 Tax Season

(06-16-2020) • Angola Council Approves Infrastructure Grant Matching Funds, Facade Grants, and IT Services

(06-16-2020) • Registration Still Open For Second Summer Term

(06-15-2020) • 80 New Cases Of COVID-19 In Southern Michigan

(06-15-2020) • Monday Morning Motorcycle Crash Near Ashley Injures Two Men

(06-15-2020) • Steuben County Health Officials Issue Reminders on COVID-19 Precautions

(06-15-2020) • Garrett High School Earns Second State SEAL Certification

(06-15-2020) • Steuben County Commissioners Meet Early Monday Morning

(06-15-2020) • Saturday Night Motorcycle Accident

(06-15-2020) • Weekend Arrests Plentiful Around Steuben County

(06-15-2020) • Steuben County Buildings Open Once Again on Monday

(06-15-2020) • Amtrak Asking for Federal Funds for Bryan Train Depot

(06-15-2020) • No Injuries in Three Vehicle Crash at Work Zone

(06-15-2020) • Indiana Democrats To Announce Attorney General Nominee This Week

(06-15-2020) • Suspect Arrested In Coldwater Stabbing Death

(06-15-2020) • Indiana COVID-19 Cases Show Weekend Increases Across Northeast Indiana

(06-15-2020) • Parkview DeKalb Hospital Welcomes 1st Patient To New Sleep Disorder Center

(06-15-2020) • Four Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Branch Locations to Reopen June 16th

(06-15-2020) • Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival On As Scheduled

(06-12-2020) • Pledge Made Towards Truth Monument Project On Angola's Public Square

(06-12-2020) • Auburn Chord Duesenberg Museum Reopens Sunday, Addresses Intentions To Keep Labor Day Festival On As Planned

(06-12-2020) • Felony Domestic Battery Leads to Vehicle Pursuit