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NEWS ARCHIVE

(04-19-2021) • Branch Co. Teen Dies From Injuries In Car v Bicycle Crash

(04-19-2021) • Cold And Snow Coming To The Area

(04-19-2021) • City of Coldwater Starting Hydrant Flushing Today

(04-19-2021) • Pokagon Plans Welcome Back Weekend

(04-19-2021) • ISP Drug Take-Back Day Scheduled for Saturday

(04-19-2021) • The Angola Common Council Set Consider Ordinance 1670-2021

(04-17-2021) • Bronson City Council Agrees To Update Website

(04-17-2021) • Indiana March Employment Report

(04-17-2021) • Noble County Officials Arrest 13 People On Warrant Charges

(04-17-2021) • Noble County Officials Arrest 13 People On Warrant Charges

(04-17-2021) • Indiana Lawmakers Override Holcomb's Emergency Powers Veto

(04-17-2021) • MDHHS Extends Epidemic Order

(04-17-2021) • Man Injured In Vehicle Vs Horse Collision

(04-17-2021) • Innovation Challenge Recognizes Top Business, Technology Ideas

(04-16-2021) • Bronson City Council Agrees To Update Website

(04-16-2021) • Noble Co. Health Department Has Information On COVID Clinic

(04-16-2021) • Man Arrested On Drug Charge In Dowagiac

(04-15-2021) • Whitmer Says No New Restrictions To Fight COVID

(04-15-2021) • Constantine Man Arrested Following Police Chase

(04-15-2021) • Four Arrested On Drug Charges In Dowagiac

(04-15-2021) • Steuben County Commissioners Meeting with Board of Finance

(04-15-2021) • Bryan Fire Caused by Equipment Malfunction

(04-15-2021) • Indiana Abortion Bill Moves to Governor’s Office

(04-15-2021) • Indiana Law Makers Send Controversial Bill to Governor

(04-15-2021) • RSC Unveils Conservative Immigration Framework

(04-14-2021) • AG Todd Rokita Obtains $1.3 Million Judgment Against Debt Collector Accused of Fraud

(04-14-2021) • Four New ISP Toll Road Post Troopers Receive Patrol Cars

(04-14-2021) • Mongo Food Pantry Open on Thursday

(04-14-2021) • Fremont Student Awarded Prestigious Merit Award

(04-14-2021) • Man Charged With Campground Sexual Assault

(04-14-2021) • Indiana Health Officials Put a Halt on Using Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

(04-14-2021) • Silver Alert Issued For Missing Elkhart Teen

(04-14-2021) • Centreville Treasurer Waives Preliminary Hearing

(04-14-2021) • CHA Changes Venue For Friday COVID Vaccine Clinic

(04-14-2021) • Public Invited to Watch Innovation Challenge Live Stream

(04-14-2021) • Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield Offers Cash Incentive for Hoosiers with ABLE Accounts

(04-14-2021) • Trine Band Performing in Downtown Angola Today

(04-13-2021) • LaGrange County Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

(04-14-2021) • Town of Clear Lake Public Hearing

(04-13-2021) • Coldwater Woman Killed In Bicycle-Vehicle Crash

(04-13-2021) • MSP Looking For Person Seen Near Arson

(04-13-2021) • Marcellus Woman Charged With Insurance Fraud

(04-13-2021) • Triton Metal Products Adds Educational Opportunities for Tritons Through New Partnership with Trine

(04-13-2021) • Unfinished Work From Last Summer Will Continue on I-69 This Week in Branch County

(04-13-2021) • Plant Season is Here; Stay Alert on Rural Roads

(04-13-2021) • Angola Plan Commission Approves Four Cases

(04-12-2021) • Mobile Office Hours for United States Senator Mike Braun's Staff Coming to Angola

(04-12-2021) • Gas Prices Steady Over the Past Two Weeks

(04-12-2021) • Steuben County Property Tax Bills Heading Out Through the Mail This Week

(04-12-2021) • Holcomb Vetos Emergency Powers Bill

(04-12-2021) • Noble County Has COVID-19 Vaccine

(04-12-2021) • Mother And Son Injured In Single Vehicle Crash

(04-12-2021) • MHSAA Won't Follow Governor's Two Week Pause Suggestion

(04-10-2021) • Whitmer Asks For Michiganders To Take Volunteer Measures

(04-10-2021) • West Lafayette Street Closed Due To Construction

(04-10-2021) • MEA Supports Whitmer's Call For Limits

(04-09-2021) • No Tuition Increase At Glen Oaks For 2021-22 School Year

(04-09-2021) • Kindergarten Round Up Happening At Two Branch County Schools

(04-09-2021) • Pole Replacements Closing Down Parts Of Orange Street

(04-09-2021) • Trine Band to Perform in Downtown Angola April 14th

(04-09-2021) • Trine Staff & Students Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines

(04-09-2021) • 14-Year-Old Girl Suffers Head Injury in DeKalb County Accident

(04-09-2021) • Member of 'Miracle on Ice' Team Shares experiences, Advice on Trine Podcast

(04-09-2021) • Miller Named NCAA D3 Men's basketball Coach of the Year

(04-08-2021) • Carra Ready For Run At U.S. House

(04-08-2021) • Two People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(04-08-2021) • Homer Man Arraigned On Multiple Charges In Branch County

(04-08-2021) • Police Conducting School Bus Safety Patrols this Spring

(04-08-2021) • Steuben County Courthouse Continuing Operations

(04-08-2021) • The City of Angola Announces Eight More Businesses to Receive Small Business Forgivable Loans for COVID-19 Recovery

(04-07-2021) • Fremont Youth and Community Outreach Food Pantry Open Wednesday

(04-07-2021) • New Trine Podcast Covers Montessori Education

(04-07-2021) • New Hammock Stands Available for Trine Student Enjoyment

(04-07-2021) • Data Collection Underway for State's Online Housing Inventory Platform

(04-07-2021) • Dekalb Co. Motorcycle Crash Sends One to Hospital

(04-07-2021) • Individual Found In Cass County House

(04-07-2021) • Authorities Find Suspect Vehicle In Branch County Hit And Run

(04-06-2021) • Williams CO. Bridege Repair

(04-06-2021) • Coldwater I-69 Work

(04-06-2021) • Busy Month for Quincy Fire Department

(04-06-2021) • Indiana New Law - Regional Growth

(04-06-2021) • J&J Vaccine in Branch, Hillsdale, St. Jospeh County

(04-06-2021) • Hit And Run Accident Involving Children Being Investigated

(04-06-2021) • Parkview Health Still Requiring Masks

(04-06-2021) • MDOT Says Work On Branch County Bridges Will Resume

(04-06-2021) • Carra Announces Run For U.S. House Seat

(04-06-2021) • LaGrange County Says Masks Not Mandatory In County Buildings

(04-06-2021) • Pfefferkorn Sworn in as SCSD Merit Deputy

(04-06-2021) • University's Founding Provides Inspiration for 2021 Trine Day

(04-06-2021) • S.R. 427 to Close for Drainage Pipe Replacements

(04-05-2021) • Bridge Repair Work Closes Road in Williams County

(04-05-2021) • SDI Pledges $1.5 Million to Trine Engineering Expansion

(04-05-2021) • Bomb Squad Called in on Incident in Bryan

(04-05-2021) • Motorcyclist Injured in DeKalb County Sunday

(04-05-2021) • Indiana Republicans Block Cigarette Tax Hike

(04-05-2021) • Man Dies in Saturday Morning House Fire

(04-05-2021) • Steuben County Following the Governor’s Order on Lifting Mask Mandate to Advisory and Other Measures

(04-03-2021) • Latest Numbers for the Northwest Ohio Job Scene

(04-03-2021) • KKK Had Some Getting Nervous

(04-02-2021) • MDOT Lifting Seasonal Weight Restrictions In Lower Peninsula

(04-02-2021) • Parkview LaGrange Offering Suicide Prevention Training

(04-02-2021) • The Lion King is Back for One Night Virtually

(04-02-2021) • Missing Edgerton girl found unharmed in Indianapolis

(04-02-2021) • Indiana Governor Signs Several Bills Into Law

(04-01-2021) • Trine Music, Theater Departments To Present 'Spelling Bee'

(04-01-2021) • Class of 2020 Invited to Participate in Trine Commencement

(03-31-2021) • Three Rivers Man Has Case Bound Over In Branch County

(03-31-2021) • Sturgis Man Arrested in Three Rivers on Multiple Charges

(03-31-2021) • School Voucher Battle Continues in Indiana

(03-31-2021) • State Police Trooper Goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

(03-31-2021) • Man Hospitalized Following Truck vs. Motorcycle Crash

(03-31-2021) • Home Destroyed on Tuesday Afternoon Fire

(03-31-2021) • NEISIT & Everside Health Partnership to Open Three New Health & Wellness Centers

(03-31-2021) • Connie McCahill to Retire as CEO & President of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital

(03-31-2021) • Trine Student Advocates with Legislators for Those with Headache Disorders

(03-30-2021) • Branch County Receives Prop for More Hands-On Training

(03-30-2021) • Trine Graduate Who Suffered Abuse to Share Her Story for Take Back the Night

(03-30-2021) • Fremont Sports Spectator Attendance Guidelines

(03-30-2021) • American Relief Plan Act Information for Hoosiers

(03-30-2021) • Alcohol Believed to be a Factor by Authorities in Weekend Crash

(03-30-2021) • Indiana Senate Approves Proposal Dealing with Governor's Authority

(03-30-2021) • Glen Oaks Looking To Have More In Person Classes For Fall

(03-30-2021) • Barn Fire Believed To Be Started By Wood Stove

(03-30-2021) • Fox Lake Garage Structure Variance

(03-29-2021) • Cameron Hospital Welcomes Leading Cardiologist John A. Varner, D.O.

(03-29-2021) • Bronson Man Arrested On St. Joseph County Warrant

(03-29-2021) • COVID Vaccine Now Available To Everyone 16 And Older

(03-29-2021) • Centreville Treasurer Charged With Embezzlement

(03-27-2021) • Minor Injuries Reported In Two Vehicle Crash

(03-27-2021) • Sturgis Man Arrested On Multiple Charges

(03-27-2021) • Lakeland Schools Select New Superintendent

(03-27-2021) • Three Rivers Man Arraigned In Weapons Theft

(03-27-2021) • Indiana BMV Adding ASL, 4 other Languages for Written Test

(03-27-2021) • Driver Arrested After 100 mph Chase

(03-26-2021) • Martin Elected to Serve on the Republican State Central Committee

(03-26-2021) • Angola Restaurant Robbery Suspect Apprehended; Released Through Pretrial Services Program By

(03-26-2021) • House Lawmakers Pass Bill Incorporating Civics Education Into Middle School Curriculum

(03-26-2021) • Indiana Employment Report for February

(03-26-2021) • Michigan's Unemployment Rate Drops In February

(03-26-2021) • Fire Destroys Clarendon Road Home

(03-26-2021) • No Injuries Reported When Manure Truck Overturns

(03-26-2021) • Trine Student Honored as 'Realizing the Dream' Recipient

(03-26-2021) • LaGrange County Membership Program

(03-25-2021) • Road Work Scheduled for Stueben-LaGrange County Line on 20 Next Week

(03-25-2021) • Sturgis City Commission Votes To Keep Meeting Virtually

(03-25-2021) • Driver Injured In One Vehicle Accident

(03-25-2021) • INDOT Holding A Hearing On S.R. 5 Project

(03-25-2021) • Sturgis Chamber Sets Dates For 2021 Sturgis Fest

(03-25-2021) • Three Rivers HS/MS Students Return To In Person Learning

(03-25-2021) • Accident Scene Backs up Angola Traffic Wednesday