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NEWS ARCHIVE

(01-18-2022) • Girl Scout Cookies Officially Available in Northeast Indiana

(01-18-2022) • Women’s Veteran’s Group Hoping for an Indiana License Plate

(01-18-2022) • Angola Man Facing Felony Charges After Allegedly Punching Officers

(01-18-2022) • Pregnant Woman Injured in Car Crash

(01-18-2022) • Angola Man Charged With Assaulting Police Officers

(01-18-2022) • COVID Testing And Vaccination Clinics In LaGrange County

(01-18-2022) • One Person Injured In Four Vehicle Accident

(01-17-2022) • Friday Morning Rollover Crash Injures Coldwater Woman

(01-17-2022) • Indiana Bill on Conceal Carry Permit Heads to Senate

(01-17-2022) • Former Congressman Announces Cancer Diagnosis

(01-17-2022) • Single Car Toll Road Crash in LaGrange County Claims Life of Sturgis Man

(01-17-2022) • Authorities Say Speeding and Drinking Lead to to Driver Being Pinned in Car

(01-17-2022) • Sturgis Police Make Arrest In Fraudulent Check Investigation

(01-17-2022) • Sturgis Man Killed In Toll Road Crash

(01-17-2022) • East Noble Schools Going To Virtual Learning For A Time

(01-15-2022) • Trine Now Authorized Provider for Praxis, GRE, TOEFL Tests

(01-15-2022) • Indiana Toll Road closes Middlebury Exit 107 plaza after fire damage to the lanes

(01-15-2022) • Indiana Senate Abandons Contentious School Curriculum Bill

(01-15-2022) • Police Pursuit Ends in Crash

(01-13-2022) • Angola’s Emily Land Receives Kehoe Award

(01-13-2022) • Lakeland School District Student Are Out for a Week Systemwide

(01-13-2022) • Fremont Middle School Going to Virtual Learning Starting Thursday

(01-13-2022) • One Person Injured in Single Vehicle Accident Wednesday Morning

(01-13-2022) • Angola High School Students Sent Home Wednesday After Lint Trap Fire

(01-13-2022) • Debate Over a Pair of Controversial Education Bills in the Indiana General Assembly

(01-12-2022) • Immunization Clinic and Cameron Mobile Health

(01-12-2022) • 725K Lottery Ticket Sold in Angola

(01-12-2022) • Judge Wheat Grants Fremont School District’s Motion to Dismiss

(01-12-2022) • U.S. 12 Closed Near Branch-St. Joseph County Line After Tuesday Morning Accident

(01-12-2022) • Indiana House Passes Bill to End Handgun Permits

(01-12-2022) • Indiana Governor Gives State of the State

(01-12-2022) • Immunization Clinic and Cameron Mobile Health

(01-12-2022) • Coldwater Welcome Center on I-69 Closed January 11 – 12

(01-12-2022) • Laughlin Officially Files Steuben County Commissioner North District Republican Nomination

(01-12-2022) • Driver Leaves Scene of Rollover Crash

(01-12-2022) • Crash briefly slows traffic on SB I-69 Monday Morning

(01-12-2022) • Governor to Deliver Annual Address to Hoosiers

(01-10-2022) • Suspect Arrested On Charge Of Child Molesting

(01-10-2022) • Kerosene Heater May Have Caused A Fire At Bronson Area House

(01-10-2022) • Several Candidates File In Noble County

(01-10-2022) • Trine's Short Story Club Returns For The Spring

(01-10-2022) • Steuben County Sheriff’s Office Issues Reminder About Tax Scams

(01-10-2022) • January 20th Evening Vaccine Event at Steuben County Community Center

(01-10-2022) • Musser Seeking Third Term as Steuben County Prosecutor

(01-10-2022) • Fire Causes $40,000 in Damages Sunday Morning

(01-10-2022) • Saturday Accident Causes Power Outage for Fremont Area Residents

(01-09-2022) • Former Sturgis Police Chief Eugene Alli Dies

(01-09-2022) • Suspect Arrested On Charge Of Child Molesting

(01-09-2022) • Two People Die In Vehicle Fire

(01-09-2022) • Omicron Variant Identified In St. Joseph County

(01-08-2022) • Steuben County Sheriff's Office Issues Reminder About Tax Scams

(01-08-2022) • Bill to Eliminate Handgun Permit Requirement Advances in Indiana House

(01-08-2022) • Man Crashes Into Semi After Falling Asleep at the Wheel

(01-08-2022) • Indiana Getting $184.4 Million for Home Energy Assistance

(01-07-2022) • CHA Changes Isolation And Quarantine Guidelines

(01-07-2022) • St. Joseph County Commission To Meet Once A Month

(01-07-2022) • One Person Injured In Car-Semi Crash

(01-07-2022) • Parkview LaGrange Welcomes First Baby Of 2022

(01-07-2022) • Trine University Cheer and Dance Announces 2022 Kids Camps

(01-07-2022) • Haviland Retires as Metz Fire Chief

(01-07-2022) • Jim Getz Officially Has Filed to Run for Steuben County Commissioner

(01-06-2022) • Tim Stoll Voted In As New Branch County Commission Chairman

(01-06-2022) • Three Rivers Woman Arrested On Multiple Charges

(01-06-2022) • Two People File To Run For LaGrange County Sheriff

(01-06-2022) • Three People Arrested Following House Search

(01-06-2022) • Steuben Sheriff Rodney Robinson Files for Re-election

(01-06-2022) • Prairie Heights High School Receives Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award

(01-06-2022) • Local Paralympian Gives Gift to YMCA

(01-06-2022) • Indiana Health Commissioner Has COVID-19 for the Second Time

(01-06-2022) • Indiana House Republicans proposed $1 billion in tax cuts

(01-06-2022) • Easterseals Receives Grant for Manufacturing Academy

(01-06-2022) • High School Deadline Nearing for Innovation Challenge

(01-05-2022) • Woman Dies After Car Crash

(01-06-2022) • Key Bills Going Before the 2022 Indiana General Assembly

(01-05-2022) • Centreville School Board To Hire Interim Superintendent

(01-05-2022) • LaGrange Town Board Approves Wastewater Rate Increase

(01-05-2022) • Dowagiac Man Injured In Crash

(01-05-2022) • New Leadership For St. Joseph County Commission

(01-05-2022) • CTA Gives 20 Free Rides On New Year’s Eve

(01-04-2022) • Trine Revamps Information Systems, Organizational Leadership Programs

(01-04-2022) • Indiana and Michigan See Increase in Vehicle Crashes

(01-04-2022) • Catalytic Converters Stolen from Elkhart Forest River Plant

(01-04-2022) • Three People Injured in DeKalb County Crash Involving Semi on I-69

(01-04-2022) • Indiana Governor Holcomb Outlines Priorities for 2022

(01-04-2022) • Sturgis Man Arrested On Drug Charges

(01-04-2022) • LaSata Announces First In District Hours For 2022

(01-04-2022) • Myers Selected To Fill Seat On Sturgis School Board

(01-03-2022) • Elkhart Man Receives Life Threatening Injuries In Crash

(01-03-2022) • Driver Arrested During Traffic Stop

(01-03-2022) • Sturgis Fire Department Called To Two Fires

(01-03-2022) • Authorities Continue Investigating Death Of Woman And Boyfriend

(01-03-2022) • Williams County Budget Approved

(01-03-2022) • A Major Debate Is Coming

(01-03-2022) • Angola High School PSAT Information Night

(01-03-2022) • Steuben Auditor’s Makes Extension of Property Tax Deduction

(01-03-2022) • Authorities in LaGrange Ring in the New Year with Meth Arrest

(01-03-2022) • Business in Ashley Damaged by Sunday Fire

(01-01-2022) • Health Officials Implementing New Guidelines for Indiana Schools

(01-01-2022) • Vehicle Fire Stops I-69 Traffic

(01-01-2022) • Winter Weather Advisory

(12-31-2021) • CTA Offering Free New Years' Eve Rides

(12-31-2021) • Victim In Three Rivers Car v Pedestrian Death Identified

(12-31-2021) • Fire Damages Kendallville House

(12-30-2021) • First Day Hikes in the Hoosier State

(12-30-2021) • Ashley Town Council Set to Meet Thursday Night

(12-30-2021) • MetalX Moving Corporate Offices Out of Waterloo

(12-30-2021) • November Unemployment Rates Drop Around Southern Michigan

(12-30-2021) • Orland’s Madsen Wire Bought by Baltimore Firm

(12-30-2021) • Crews Battle Wednesday Night House Fire

(12-30-2021) • Governor Signs 22nd Extension of Public Health Order

(12-30-2021) • New Congressional Voting Districts Approved In Michigan

(12-30-2021) • Honeysett's Salary To Remain The Same

(12-30-2021) • Michigan House And Senate Districts Announced

(12-29-2021) • Orland’s Madsen Wire Bought by Baltimore Firm

(12-29-2021) • New Voting Districts Approved In Michigan

(12-29-2021) • November Unemployment Rates Drop Around Southern Michigan

(12-29-2021) • Three Rivers Resident Dead After Being Struck By Vehicle

(12-29-2021) • RV Sales Booming in the United States; 80% Sold From Indiana

(12-29-2021) • Indiana DNR Warns of Scam Involving Campsites at State Parks an Forests

(12-29-2021) • First Significant Snowfall Blanketed the Area Tuesday

(12-28-2021) • Five People Have Thrown Their Names in the Hat for a Steuben County Board Position

(12-28-2021) • Branch County Seeing Results With Solar Powered LED Red Flashing Stop Signs

(12-28-2021) • Cause and Damage Estimates Have Been Determined for Christmas Eve Barn Fire

(12-28-2021) • New Indiana Laws Taking Effect in the First Day of 2022

(12-28-2021) • Indiana State Trooper Saves Man With AED

(12-27-2021) • Memorial Polar Bear Plunge Set for Friday in Hamilton

(12-27-2021) • Steuben County Commissioners Meet Monday Morning

(12-27-2021) • Christmas Eve Barn Fire in Steuben County

(12-27-2021) • Indiana Secretary of State Leaving Her Position as VP of State’s Republican Party

(12-27-2021) • Four People Injured In Police Chase And Crash

(12-27-2021) • Three Rivers Man Injured In Tractor Accident

(12-27-2021) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(12-27-2021) • 911 Tower Agreement Approved By County Commission

(12-24-2021) • Area Churches Host 3rd Annual Free Christmas Day Meal Saturday

(12-24-2021) • Indiana Governor Holcomb Says All State Taxpayers to Receive Refund

(12-24-2021) • Milestone Moment in Martinsville as I-69 Back Open Both Directions

(12-24-2021) • Steuben County Manufacturing Academy Ready for High School Students

(12-24-2021) • Indiana Joins Lawsuit to Block Mask & Vaccine Mandate

(12-23-2021) • Salvation Army Closing Gap In Donations

(12-23-2021) • Glen Oaks Board Approves Bids For Capital Outlay Projects

(12-23-2021) • Two People Arrested On Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop

(12-23-2021) • Three Rivers Schools Approve Dog Program

(12-23-2021) • Jones Man Injured In Crash

(12-23-2021) • Suspicious Vehicle Leads To Arrest Of Three Rivers Man

(12-23-2021) • White Christmas Not Likely

(12-23-2021) • Most Indiana Individual Income Tax Forms Now Online

(12-23-2021) • City of Bryan Hires New Chiefs

(12-23-2021) • Angola Police Searching for a Pair of Men Caught on Camera During Possible Theft in Huntington

(12-22-2021) • Impact Institute’s Marine Service Technology Receives Donation

(12-22-2021) • Fresh Express Recalls Salad Mixes