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NEWS ARCHIVE

(08-08-2022) • Benson Addresses Ballot Tampering Investigation

(08-08-2022) • More Information On Friday Fatal Crash Near Orland

(08-08-2022) • Teenage Bicyclist Hit Near Clear Lake

(08-08-2022) • Indiana Delegation Introduces Bill to Rename VA Clinic in Honor Of Jackie Walorski

(08-08-2022) • Branch County Fair Crowns Reif And Crouch As 2022 King And Queen

(08-08-2022) • LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department Experiences Reported Phone Trouble Monday Morning

(08-07-2022) • Sturgis American Legion Adds Carved Eagle

(08-07-2022) • Coldwater Purchases 37 Transformers

(08-07-2022) • Branch County Fair’s Monday Agenda

(08-07-2022) • St. Joseph County Circuit Court Takes Over 2021 Murder Case

(08-07-2022) • Woman Reportedly Shot With Arrow

(08-07-2022) • MSD Of Steuben County Receives A Cut Of The 10 Million In Grant Money From The IDOE

(08-07-2022) • Indiana Relief Bill Will Provide $200 Renate Payments

(08-06-2022) • Upton To Announce $900,000 Grant To Glen Oaks

(08-06-2022) • Joe Valley Volleyball Club Hosted #Jillystrong Fundraiser

(08-06-2022) • St. Joseph Report On Karsl Art Fair Incident

(08-05-2022) • Late Friday Afternoon Crash Claims One Life

(08-05-2022) • Osceola Softball Coach Pleads Guilty

(08-05-2022) • Glen Oaks Community College Still Accepting Scholarship Applicants

(08-05-2022) • More On Elkhart Machete Suspect

(08-05-2022) • Jackie Walorski’s Funeral Services Released

(08-05-2022) • Public Invited To See New AHS Turf Field

(08-05-2022) • Alzheimer's Patient Located By Cass County Sheriff Office With K9

(08-05-2022) • Reported Manure Discharge Into Fisher Creek Coldwater

(08-05-2022) • Pick Your Own Lavender At Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve

(08-05-2022) • UPDATE: Missing Children From Centreville Michigan Found

(08-05-2022) • Artists Paint Downtown Angola Scenes Ahead Of Angola Arts Festival Saturday

(08-05-2022) • Two Men Fall Through Roof In Waterloo, One Man Is Dead And Another Injured

(08-05-2022) • Indiana Lawmakers Reportedly Strike Deal On Inflation Relief

(08-05-2022) • New Housing Opportunities Coming To Northwest Ohio

(08-05-2022) • Things Start To Come Alive In Preparation For Next Week’s Branch County Fair

(08-05-2022) • Chances Of Showers And Thunderstorms Continue For Friday And Through The Weekend

(08-05-2022) • Patchy Dense Fog Expected Friday Morning

(08-04-2022) • Elkhart Neighborhood Block Party

(08-04-2022) • Jonesville Michigan Man Wins Jackpot

(08-04-2022) • Big Brothers Big Sisters Seeking Mentors In Indiana And Michigan

(08-04-2022) • Northeastern Center Welcomes New Director In Dekalb County

(08-04-2022) • Cardinal IG Fremont Electronics Recycling Event

(08-04-2022) • Angola Arts Festival

(08-04-2022) • Angola Fire Department Welcomes New Engine And Retires Old

(08-04-2022) • Man Arrested After Police Pursuit

(08-04-2022) • Sand Sculptures Back At Pokagon State Park This Weekend

(08-04-2022) • Indiana Republicans Remain Split On Tax Rebate Proposal

(08-04-2022) • Indiana Ranked Number One In CNBC’s Business Rankings

(08-04-2022) • Wednesday Night Power Outages In Northwest Ohio

(08-04-2022) • Showers And Thunderstorms Continue Thursday Through The Weekend

(08-03-2022) • Indiana Congresswoman Jackie Walorski Killed In Car Crash

(08-03-2022) • LaGrange County Sheriff's Office Host 7th Annual Honor Ride

(08-03-2022) • Walmart Employee Attacked With A Machete

(08-03-2022) • Trine University Sees Record Enrollment For Fall 2022

(08-03-2022) • Taxpayer Refund Bills Move Through House Committees

(08-03-2022) • Indiana Abortion Bill Moves Through House Committees

(08-03-2022) • MSD Addresses Childcare Shortage In Steuben County

(08-03-2022) • Eberts Promoted To Associate Vice President At Trine

(08-03-2022) • Coldwater Man Faces Child Pornography Charges

(08-03-2022) • Troyer Retires From Sheriff’s Office After 28 Year Run

(08-03-2022) • Road Work Continues All Over Branch County On Wednesday

(08-03-2022) • Heat An Humidity Will Fuel Chances For Thunderstorms

(08-02-2022) • School Bus Safety Enforcement Campaign Begins In Indiana

(08-02-2022) • Steuben County Lilly Scholarship Application Portal Is Open

(08-02-2022) • Indiana House Plans For Public Testimony For Abortion Ban Bill Tuesday

(08-02-2022) • Super Hot Weather Back For A Visit

(08-02-2022) • Fremont Police Officer Arrested For Criminal Recklessness With A Deadly Weapon

(08-02-2022) • Angola Common Council Approves West Commons Project Designation

(08-02-2022) • Poka-Bache Trail Connecting Steuben County Through Wells County

(08-01-2022) • Children First Center Seeking Funds And Donations

(08-01-2022) • Steuben County Young Woman Crowned Miss Northeast Indiana

(08-01-2022) • Angola Culver's Restaurant Officially Opens On Monday

(08-01-2022) • Indiana Michigan Power Lending A Helping Hand To Kentucky Power

(08-01-2022) • Armed Robbers On The Loose After Northwest Ohio Incident

(08-01-2022) • Pickup Stolen And Later Recovered

(08-01-2022) • Motorcyclist Killed In Multiple Vehicle Crash

(08-01-2022) • Indiana Special Session Moves Into Second Week

(08-01-2022) • Senate Passes Inflation Relief Plan

(08-01-2022) • Possible Thunderstorms Monday Depending On Pattern

(07-31-2022) • Steuben County Young Woman Crowned Miss Northeast Indiana

(07-31-2022) • Indiana Police Officer Shot And Killed During Traffic Stop

(07-30-2022) • Mega Millions Reveals Winning Numbers For $1.28 Billion Jackpot

(07-30-2022) • Orland Honors Dorcas Norton As Parade Leader

(07-30-2022) • Great Summer Weather On Tap For The Weekend

(07-29-2022) • Angola Veterans Traveling To Fort Wayne’s Vietnam Memorial Wall

(07-29-2022) • Traffic Backup On The Indiana Toll Road In Elkhart County

(07-29-2022) • Heritage Club Making Plans For Emerald City Gala

(07-29-2022) • Eleven Year Old Girl Dies After Being Struck By Boat

(07-29-2022) • Injuries After Car Hits Apartment Building

(07-29-2022) • No Injuries Following Accident Totaling Two Cars

(07-29-2022) • Measures To Tighten Abortion Ban Bill Fails In Indiana Senate

(07-29-2022) • Pleasant Weather Through The Weekend

(07-28-2022) • Muncie Child Fatally Shoots Sibling In Head

(07-28-2022) • Indiana Monkeypox Updates

(07-28-2022) • Federal Injunction Blocks Bill Preventing Transgender Athletes In Indiana

(07-28-2022) • Mega Millions Tickets Worth $10,000 For Three Buyers In The Hoosier State

(07-28-2022) • New Splash Pad Open In West Unity

(07-28-2022) • Indiana Law Enforcement Agencies Participate In Six State “Speed Awareness” Campaign

(07-28-2022) • Housing Authority To Pause Rental Assistance Applications

(07-28-2022) • Indiana Republicans Pass Abortion Bill During Special Session

(07-28-2022) • LaGrange County Road Paving Projects Forces Road Closures

(07-28-2022) • Moving Toward Seasonably Pleasant Weather Friday Through Saturday

(07-27-2022) • West Commons Developers Seek Economic Development Target Area Designation 

(07-27-2022) • NIPSCO Increasing Rates In September

(07-27-2022) • Florida Teen Battling Brain-eating Amoeba

(07-27-2022) • Angola Culver's Restaurant Set For Grand Opening On August 1st

(07-27-2022) • Time To Flush For Montpelier Residents

(07-27-2022) • Defiance Bridge Tentatively Scheduled To Reopen Friday

(07-27-2022) • Indiana Senate Committee Formulates An Inflation Relief Bill Different Than Governor Holcomb’s Plan

(07-27-2022) • Baker Resigns As Lakeland Superintendent

(07-27-2022) • Trine Receive Major Gift From Alumnus And Long Time Board Trustee

(07-26-2022) • Local Indiana Counties See Unemployment Rates Remain Comparatively Low

(07-26-2022) • More Information And Names Released From Auburn Shooting

(07-26-2022) • Lake James Classic Boat And Car Show This Saturday

(07-26-2022) • Indiana State Police Issue Scam Alert

(07-26-2022) • Pre-Bid Meeting For Steuben County Judicial Center Set For Thursday

(07-26-2022) • Royal Black Tattoo Moving Downtown

(07-26-2022) • 2022 Vermont Settlement Festival

(07-26-2022) • LaGrange County Road Being Shut Down Tuesday Morning

(07-26-2022) • Mostly Clear Skies For Tuesday; Chance Of Showers Wednesday And Thursday

(07-25-2022) • Monday Morning Auburn Shooting Leaves Two Dead

(07-25-2022) • Hippie Magic, The Festival Of Summer Love

(07-25-2022) • Northeastern Center Introduces Support Group For Mental Illness

(07-25-2022) • Accidental Shooting Claims Life Of Indiana Woman

(07-25-2022) • Indiana Unemployment Slightly Up In June

(07-25-2022) • Driver Injured In Saturday Crash After Falling Asleep

(07-25-2022) • Indiana Senator Todd Young Addressing Housing Issue

(07-25-2022) • Mandatory Dual Credit Meeting For Angola Students Set For Tuesday

(07-25-2022) • Trine University Gets Approval For New Academic Building In Fort Wayne

(07-25-2022) • Northeastern Center Introduces Support Group For Mental Illness

(07-25-2022) • Vocational Training Scholarships Available Through Steuben County Community Foundation

(07-25-2022) • Cooler And Less Humidity To Start The Week

(07-25-2022) • Former Governor Engler Endorses Senator Kim LaSata

(07-24-2022) • Portion of U.S. 6 Closed Due To Water Main Break

(07-24-2022) • Vice President Kamala Harris Visiting Indianapolis Monday

(07-24-2022) • Man Sustains Minor Injuries in Train vs. Car Crash

(07-24-2022) • New Manager For Branch County Fair

(07-24-2022) • Two People Injured In Northwest Ohio Crash

(07-24-2022) • Driver Accident At The Butler Motor Speedway

(07-23-2022) • Michigan State Police Looking For Suspects In Branch County Car Theft

(07-23-2022) • Orland Man Arrested For Kidnapping

(07-23-2022) • Saturday At The Bronson Polish Festival

(07-23-2022) • Possible Thunderstorms Developing From Heat And Humidity

(07-22-2022) • Royal Court Named For 2022 Polish Festival

(07-22-2022) • Fort Wayne Man Has Case Moved to Circuit Court

(07-22-2022) • Hubie Ashcraft Band Performing at Commons Park Friday

(07-22-2022) • New Trine Fort Wayne Campus Approved

(07-22-2022) • Back to School Immunization Clinic In LaGrange

(07-22-2022) • Scholarships Available For Vocational Training

(07-22-2022) • Search Warrant Results In Two Arrested In Ashley

(07-22-2022) • Crooked Lake Sandbar Music Festival Runs Friday And Saturday

(07-22-2022) • Hot Weather Along With Showers And Storms For Weekend Forecast

(07-21-2022) • Garrett’s Kelham Signs With Huntington

(07-21-2022) • Steuben County 4-H Fair Horse and Pony Champions