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NEWS ARCHIVE

(05-26-2020) • Four New Cases of COVID-19 in Steuben County

(05-26-2020) • Four Vehicle Collision

(05-26-2020) • SBC Billboard Message Gains National Attention

(05-26-2020) • LaGrange County Dodge Closes Doors

(05-26-2020) • NE Indiana Reporting New Coronavirus Cases From Weekend

(05-26-2020) • Ohio Governor Says Wearing Masks Should Not Be About Politics

(05-26-2020) • Monday Night Crash On U.S. 33 In Allen County Leaves One Dead, Three More Injured

(05-26-2020) • Wolcottville Couple Arrested On Child Molesting Charges

(05-25-2020) • Pedestrian Injured After Driver Intentionally Rams Parked Car

(05-25-2020) • State Road 3 to Close for Repairs in Noble County

(05-24-2020) • Semi Rollover Crash Closes Southbound I-69 Sunday

(05-22-2020) • Indiana State Budget Agency Plan Budget Cuts Over Pandemic

(05-22-2020) • April Unemployment Numbers Released For State of Indiana

(05-22-2020) • Public Memorial Service In Orland Saturday Morning

(05-22-2020) • Indiana Governor to Extend Utility Shutoff Ban, BMV Renewal Deadlines

(05-22-2020) • Steuben County 4-H Fair Moves To Virtual Format For This Summer

(05-22-2020) • Minor Changes Made To Indiana Stage 3 Reopening

(05-22-2020) • Lawsuit Filed Thursday In Regards To Continued Troubles With Indiana Attorney General

(05-22-2020) • Campsites, Inns To Reopen At DNR Properties

(05-22-2020) • Organizations Partner to Launch Data Tool to Provide Free Updates About Open Businesses Amid COVID-19

(05-21-2020) • Trash Days Coming Up At Steuben County Community Park

(05-21-2020) • Hoosier Jobless Claims Made During COVID-19 Shutdown In Near Record Numbers

(05-21-2020) • The Balloons Will Fly at Angola Balloons Aloft, But With Many Changes

(05-21-2020) • Steuben Reports 3 Positive COVID-19 Results Thursday Morning

(05-21-2020) • Fremont Community Schools End of Year Plans

(05-21-2020) • Driver Leads Authorities on a High Speed Chase

(05-21-2020) • More Coronavirus Cases Reported In NE Indiana

(05-21-2020) • Rokita Joins Indiana Attorney General Race

(05-21-2020) • Boating Restrictions Placed on West Lakes Chain In Noble County

(05-21-2020) • Butler Public Library Set To Reopen On June 1st

(05-21-2020) • Angola High School Graduation To Be Held On July 9th

(05-20-2020) • Wednesday Afternoon Motorcycle Accident In DeKalb County

(05-20-2020) • Indiana "Back On Track" Moving To Stage Three On Friday

(05-20-2020) • Man Leads Officers On High Speed Chase On Stolen Motorcycle

(05-20-2020) • Tuesday Night Crash In Steuben County Sends Angola Man To Hospital

(05-20-2020) • Ohio Governor Gives Strong Reccomemdations Tuesday

(05-20-2020) • End of Year Plans Announced At Prairie Heights

(05-20-2020) • Food Service Continues Through M.S.D. of Steuben County

(05-20-2020) • Pleasant Lake Days Celebration Cancelled

(05-20-2020) • Waterloo Town Marshal Discusses Positives of Body Cam Use

(05-20-2020) • Indiana Teachers All Honored As 2021 Teacher of The Year By State Superintendent

(05-20-2020) • Longtime Kendallville Business To Close Its Doors

(05-20-2020) • Man Sentenced To 100 Years For Sexual Misconduct With Auburn Minor

(05-19-2020) • Northeast Indiana Has 22 New Cases Of COVID-19

(05-19-2020) • Indiana Attorney General To Remain In Office

(05-19-2020) • Indiana To Use Almost $1 Million In Federal Grant In Delivering Narcan

(05-19-2020) • Northern Michigan Regions Permitted To Reopen As Normal

(05-19-2020) • Poker Rooms and Some Slot Machines To Remain Closed Upon Reopening of Indiana Casinos

(05-19-2020) • Biggby Coffee Set To Open Angola Location

(05-19-2020) • Steuben County 4-H Fair Still In Question For This Year

(05-19-2020) • Steuben County Communications Having Issues With Non-Emergency Lines

(05-18-2020) • Traditional Memorial Day Activities Cancelled By Allen County Council of Veterans

(05-18-2020) • Steuben County Reports Two New COVID-19 Cases Monday

(05-18-2020) • Ohio Motorcycle Awareness Month Says #ShareTheRoad

(05-18-2020) • Ohio Motorcycle Awareness Month Says #ShareTheRoad

(05-18-2020) • Stryker High School Holds Drive-Thru Graduation

(05-18-2020) • Lawsuit Against Indiana Child Welfare Agency Moving Forward

(05-18-2020) • COVID-19 Counts Show Minor Increases Across Indiana Over Weekend

(05-18-2020) • Flood Watch Remains In Effect For Tri-State Region

(05-18-2020) • Auburn Fireworks Canceled for 2020

(05-18-2020) • Sunday Toll Road Crash Claims the Life of an Angola Woman

(05-17-2020) • Eastside Blazers Name Top Two Academicians for 2020

(05-17-2020) • Stabbing Altercation Leads to Officer Involved Shooting

(05-17-2020) • Firefighter Hospitalized After Restaurant Fire Saturday Night

(05-17-2020) • 25 New Cases Of COVID-19 In Northeast Indiana

(05-17-2020) • Indianapolis Man Arrested On Multiple Counts

(05-15-2020) • Truck Recovery from Hamilton’s Ball Lake Friday

(05-15-2020) • Bryan City Schools Has A New Leader

(05-15-2020) • Romes Resignation in Final with Williams County Sheriff’s Department

(05-15-2020) • Steuben County Respond To Semi Rollover Thursday Night

(05-15-2020) • Soggy Conditions Around Tri-State Region

(05-15-2020) • COVID-19 Indiana Death Toll Passes 1,500 Mark

(05-15-2020) • Appeal Filed In Rochester School Bus Case

(05-15-2020) • M.S.D. of Steuben County Board Meeting Next Tuesday

(05-14-2020) • Multiple Agencies Led on Vehicle Pursuit Thursday

(05-14-2020) • Top 2020 Class Honors Awarded Among Garrett-Keyser-Butler Students

(05-14-2020) • Three Rivers Festival Cancelled For 2020 Due To COVID-19 Concerns

(05-14-2020) • Race For DeKalb County Commissioner Seat Heating Up

(05-14-2020) • Stinger Fans Look to to the Sky Thursday for Last Salute

(05-14-2020) • Mohre Makes Run for Williams County Sheriff

(05-14-2020) • Orland Suspends Annual Festival for 2020

(05-14-2020) • Rain In Forecast For Thursday With Temperature Increase

(05-14-2020) • Absentee Ballot Requests Surge Across Indiana

(05-14-2020) • Social Distancing Measures Working To Slow Spread of COVID-19 In Indiana

(05-13-2020) • COVID-19 Testing Questions Addressed

(05-13-2020) • COVID-19 Numbers Released By State Officials

(05-13-2020) • Steuben County Sheriff's Office Merit Board Meeting Next Wednesday

(05-13-2020) • Edon High School Plans for Drive-Thru Graduation

(05-13-2020) • Three New Positive Cases of COVID-19 in Steuben County

(05-13-2020) • Woman Plays Bumper Cars with Police Lands in Jail

(05-13-2020) • Auburn Garrett Drive-In Opening Plans Announced

(05-13-2020) • Indiana GOP Releases Statement On AG Suspension

(05-13-2020) • Indiana GOP Shifts 2020 State Convention To Virtual & Mail-In Format

(05-13-2020) • Monument City Classic 10k Coming Up

(05-13-2020) • DeKalb County Announces First COVID-19 Case In Over A Week

(05-13-2020) • DeKalb Central Announces Plan For Students To Collect Personal Belongings

(05-13-2020) • Trine Raises More Than $120,000 For Student Scholarships On #GivingTuesdayNow

(05-12-2020) • Tuesday Indiana COVID-19 Numbers Push Past 25,000 Cases In State

(05-12-2020) • Trine's Franks School of Education Announces 2020 Class Awards

(05-12-2020) • Warmer Temperatures Are Back, But Some Frost Possible Wednesday

(05-12-2020) • Montpelier’s Town Pool Will Not Open for Summer 2020

(05-12-2020) • Retail Businesses Open Tuesday as Restart Ohio Continues

(05-12-2020) • 31 New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported In Northeast Indiana

(05-12-2020) • An Area School Will Need a New Superintendent

(05-12-2020) • Hunger Nonprofit In Need of Donations For Meat Processing Costs

(05-12-2020) • State Department of Health To Open COVID-19 Testing Site In Kendallville

(05-12-2020) • McDonald’s Restaurants of Greater Indiana Deliver More Than 13,000 Pounds of Food To Community Harvest Food Bank

(05-12-2020) • Auburn Church Available To Help Those In Need

(05-12-2020) • Indiana Attorney General's Law License Suspended For 30 Days

(05-11-2020) • Northwest Ohio Plans to Reopen

(05-11-2020) • Indiana Bars & Restaurants Adjust To Re-Opening Restrictions

(05-11-2020) • Weather Forecast to Start the Work Week

(05-11-2020) • Cooler Temperatures Lead To Warm-Up At Weeks' End

(05-11-2020) • Coronavirus Cases Clear 24,000 Mark In Indiana Sunday

(05-11-2020) • Triple Digit Speeding Violation Results in Arrest for Michigan Man

(05-11-2020) • Firefighters Battle Sunday Morning Blaze; No injuries

(05-09-2020) • Angola Mayor and Task Force Cancel 4th of July Festivities

(05-09-2020) • Steuben County Reports New COVID-19 Death and Another New Case

(05-08-2020) • Steuben Has 1 New COVID-19 Case; Demographics Update

(05-08-2020) • Light Ohio Blue Week Starts Friday

(05-08-2020) • Ohio Hair Salons and Barbershops, Restaurants & Bars Re-open Plan

(05-08-2020) • Shipshewana Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

(05-08-2020) • Jobless Claims Surge During COVID-19 Shutdown

(05-08-2020) • Albion Fire Department Fish Fry is On For June 10th

(05-07-2020) • IN State Health Department Updates Statewide COVID-19 Counts

(05-07-2020) • Free Internet Hotspots Coming to Bryan

(05-07-2020) • New Trine Class Used To Help Student Equip Workers With Mask Holders

(05-07-2020) • COVID-19 Numbers Increase in Northwest Ohio

(05-07-2020) • Steuben County Fire Departments Band Together To Raise Money For Area Schools

(05-07-2020) • Quincy Receiving $42,000 From MDOT For Sewer Work

(05-07-2020) • Senator Braun Weighs In On Immediate Future For Reopening America

(05-07-2020) • Angola Parks Department Announces Several Cancellations For Early June

(05-06-2020) • Steuben County Reports 12 New COVID-19 Cases Wednesday

(05-06-2020) • Chain O' Lakes Correctional Facility Promotes Staff Members

(05-06-2020) • Miller Poultry Releases Company COVID-19 Test Results

(05-06-2020) • Summer Courses Begin May 11 At Trine; Registration Still Available

(05-06-2020) • 180th Fighter Wing Takes Flight Starting Today for Special Task

(05-06-2020) • Ohio Cutting State Budget in Next Two Months

(05-06-2020) • Weaver Emphasizes Governor Holcomb's Message Tuesday

(05-06-2020) • DeKalb Chamber launches Small Business Relief Fund

(05-06-2020) • Area Students Had A Special Visitor During a Virtual Class Meeting

(05-06-2020) • OptumServe COVID-19 Testing Starts Wednesday in Angola

(05-06-2020) • Mongo UMC Food Pantry Open Thursday

(05-06-2020) • Ohio Makes Plans to Open BMV

(05-04-2020) • Man Indicted on Murder And Other Charges

(05-06-2020) • Snyder Will Serve as Steuben Coroner for the Remainder of the Year

(05-05-2020) • 7 More Positive COVID-19 Cases Reported Tuesday in Steuben County

(05-05-2020) • Summertime Plans Still In Question Within Angola

(05-05-2020) • Coronavirus Cases Within Indiana Beginning To Decend

(05-05-2020) • Miller Poultry Employees Head Back To Work