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NEWS ARCHIVE

(01-15-2021) • Two People Injured In Elkhart County Collision

(01-15-2021) • Bronson Man Has Case Bound Over To Circuit Court

(01-15-2021) • Noble County Health Department Issues New Public Order

(01-15-2021) • Century Bank & Trust Warns Of Scam

(01-15-2021) • New Faculty Focus Episode Covers Tips for Excellent Teaching

(01-14-2021) • Indiana Grown Announces Food Council Development Grant

(01-14-2021) • Alternating Lane Closures on I-69 Today

(01-14-2021) • Steuben County Residents Getting Coronavirus Vaccines; Available for Hoosiers 70 and Older

(01-14-2021) • Coronavirus Mutations Found in Ohio

(01-14-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Wednesday for Steuben County

(01-14-2021) • Michigan To Allow More Activities To Resume

(01-14-2021) • MHSAA Says More Winter Sports Can Start

(01-14-2021) • CHA Asking For Patience In Scheduling COVID Vaccines

(01-14-2021) • LaGrange Health Department Holding Vaccine Clinics

(01-14-2021) • Carra And Fink Sworn In As State Representatives

(01-13-2021) • No Changes For County Council In 2021

(01-13-2021) • CHA Receives 975 Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine

(01-13-2021) • MSP Investigating Attempted Break In to Storage Unit

(01-13-2021) • Attorney General Todd Rokita Hires Three to Leadership Positions

(01-13-2021) • Indiana State Police Investigate High Speed Vehicle Crash on I-469

(01-13-2021) • Indiana Senator Looks Forward to Working with INDOT Secretary Nominee

(01-13-2021) • Ohio Man Involved in Multi-Agency Car Chase Arrested

(01-13-2021) • Lane Closures Planned for I-69 Wednesday

(01-13-2021) • Senate Bill Could Raise Indiana’s Minimum Wage

(01-13-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Tuesday for Steuben County

(01-13-2021) • 2021 Indiana Missing Children's Day Poster Contest

(01-13-2021) • Indiana Toll Road Single Vehicle Crash Claims Life of West Virginia Man

(01-13-2021) • Black Pine Animal Sanctuary to Promote Continuing Education Through Partnership with Trine

(01-13-2021) • Trine Promotes 2 in Human Resources

(01-13-2021) • Two Arrested After Lengthy Multi-County/Multi-Agency Vehicle Pursuit

(01-12-2021) • Bronson Man Charged in Connection with a Dispute Last August

(01-12-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Monday for Steuben County

(01-12-2021) • Toth Receives Sentence On Charges

(01-12-2021) • Goshen Police Investigating Man's Death

(01-12-2021) • Bronson School Board Looking To Fill Vacancy

(01-12-2021) • Holcomb Sworn In For Second Term As IN. Governor

(01-12-2021) • Shipshewana Trading Place Auction & Flea Market will be Part of “World’s Greatest!...” Series

(01-12-2021) • Taking Care of Main Street Grant Opens for Second Round

(01-12-2021) • Hamblen Joins Trine as Campus Safety director

(01-12-2021) • New Roundabout in Steuben County

(01-11-2021) • Cameron Says They Are Working With the County on COVID-19 Vaccination Plan

(01-11-2021) • CHA Responds To Next Phase Of COVID-19 Vaccinations

(01-11-2021) • Carra Says Whitmer Should Let Restaurants Let Patrons Dine In

(01-11-2021) • Niles Man Stable After Being Struck By Vehicle

(01-11-2021) • Man Suffers Head Injury In One Vehicle Accident

(01-11-2021) • Governor Holcomb Directs Flags Flown at Half Staff Through Wednesday

(01-11-2021) • 86K Seniors 80 Plus Registered for the Coronavirus Vaccine

(01-11-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Sunday for Steuben County

(01-11-2021) • AG Curtis Hill Urges Gov. Holcomb to Approve Cybersecurity Rule

(01-11-2021) • Whitmer Calls For In Person Learning By March 1

(01-11-2021) • Two People Arrested In Dowagiac Shooting Death

(01-11-2021) • Kendallville Man Arrested On Multiple Charges

(01-11-2021) • Constantine Football Team To Honor Former Team Doctor

(01-11-2021) • Sherwood Man Arraigned On Sexual Assault Charges

(01-10-2021) • COVID-19 Cases Close Angola & LaGrange Head Start Centers

(01-08-2021) • Lakeland Preschools Receive Special Rating

(01-08-2021) • One Person Killed In Two Vehicle Crash

(01-08-2021) • Businesses Plan Record Number of New Hoosier Jobs Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

(01-08-2021) • Celebrate MLK Day of Service by volunteering for DNR

(01-08-2021) • Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship Deadline Approaching

(01-08-2021) • ISP Warns About Phone Scams

(01-08-2021) • One Person Killed in Two Vehicle Crash Near Shipshewana

(01-08-2021) • Three Ice Fisherman Pulled from Big Turkey Lake

(01-08-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Thursday for Steuben County

(01-08-2021) • LaGrange Head Start Closed Due to COVID-19 Case

(01-07-2021) • NDOT 2021 Planning Public Involvement Plan

(01-07-2021) • Peace for Hippies in LaGrange

(01-07-2021) • Duff Selected District 2 Conservation Officer of the Year

(01-07-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Wednesday for Steuben County

(01-07-2021) • Former LaGrange Co. Resident Honored For Service With ISP

(01-07-2021) • Sheriff's Department Looking For Suspect In Hit And Run

(01-07-2021) • Michigan Changing COVID Vaccine Schedule

(01-07-2021) • MHSAA Says Limited Spectators Can Attend Fall Sports Tournaments

(01-07-2021) • Hoosiers Age 80 and Older Can Register for COVID-19 Vaccine

(01-06-2021) • Bronson House Fire Believed To Be Electrical In Origin

(01-06-2021) • Allen Remains As County Commission Chair For 2021

(01-06-2021) • ProMedica Coldwater Offering Outpatient Behavioral Services

(01-06-2021) • Trine Creates More Educational Opportunities for BrightStar Care

(01-06-2021) • Corrections Employees will See Raise

(01-06-2021) • Angola Family Video Store Closing

(01-06-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Tuesday for Steuben County

(01-06-2021) • Human Trafficking More Widespread in Indiana than Available Data Indicates

(01-06-2021) • Gov. Holcomb, INDOT Announce Next Call for Community Crossings Matching Grants

(01-06-2021) • HPC Approves Hanging Sign and Windows

(01-06-2021) • Angola Chamber 2021 Board of Directors and Elections Results Announced

(01-05-2021) • Angola Council and BPWS

(01-05-2021) • Stolen Vehicle Recovered

(01-05-2021) • Electrical Short Caused Home Fire

(01-05-2021) • Indiana COVID-19 Numbers as of Monday for Steuben County

(01-05-2021) • Death of Man Found at Garrett Railroad Crossing Determined Accidental

(01-05-2021) • Fort Wayne Area Troopers Celebrate Milestone Service Anniversaries

(01-05-2021) • Four New Troopers Report for Duty at the Indiana State Police Toll Road Post

(01-05-2021) • Lt. Gov. Crouch statement on March Madness in Indiana

(01-05-2021) • Leonidas Man Arrested Following Two County Pursuit

(01-05-2021) • New Leadership For Branch County Commission

(01-05-2021) • MSP Investigating Catalytic Converter Thefts

(01-04-2021) • Alcohol And Speed Potential Factors In Elkhart Co. Crash

(01-04-2021) • CHA Holding Two Drive Thru COVID Testing Sites

(01-04-2021) • Dowagiac Woman Hurt In One Vehicle Crash

(01-04-2021) • Ligonier Woman Injured In Millersburg Crash

(01-04-2021) • No Injuries Reported In Sturgis House Fire

(01-02-2021) • Two People Arrested After Leading ISP On Chase

(01-02-2021) • MARCS Money Rolls in for 10 Fire Departments in Williams County

(01-02-2021) • Three Key Angola City Employees Start New Year Celebrating Retirement

(01-02-2021) • Two Ashley Men Hospitalized After Rollover Crash

(01-02-2021) • DCS Releases 2019 Child Fatality Report

(12-31-2020) • Angola City Business to Receive Small Business Forgivable Loan for COVID-19 Recovery

(12-31-2020) • Winter Weather Advisory Issued to Start Friday

(12-31-2020) • Steuben County COVID-19 Numbers as of Wednesday

(12-31-2020) • Angola City Police Promote Three

(12-31-2020) • Sturgis Police Investigate Robbery At Verizon Store

(12-31-2020) • Goshen Women Injured In Two-Vehicle Crash

(12-31-2020) • Victim Identified In Garrett Death Investigation

(12-31-2020) • Change In LaGrange County Commission Leadership

(12-31-2020) • Eden Bombers Shoe Drive

(12-30-2020) • Overnight Semi Crash on I-80 Toll Road Causing Delays in Morning Commute

(12-30-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Tuesday

(12-30-2020) • Magistrate Randy Coffey Presented Special Award from the Governor’s Office

(12-30-2020) • Whitmer Signs Bipartisan Relief Bill

(12-30-2020) • November 2020 Jobless Rates Mixed In SW Michigan

(12-30-2020) • Winter Coyote Sightings are No Cause for Alarm

(12-30-2020) • Applications For Reserved Spring Turkey Hunts Opening Soon

(12-30-2020) • Indiana State Police Conducting Death Investigation in Garrett

(12-30-2020) • Overnight Semi Crash on I-80 Toll Road Causing Delays in Morning Commute

(12-19-2020) • Cameron Hospital is Providing the COVID-19 Vaccination to Healthcare Workers

(12-29-2020) • Coronavirus Vaccine Efforts Continue

(12-29-2020) • Bryan Cardiologist First to Receive Moderna Vaccine

(12-29-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Monday

(12-29-2020) • Lockport Township Break Ins Being Investigated

(12-29-2020) • Mike Wilson Hired To Be New Chamber Director

(12-29-2020) • CHA Receives First COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation

(12-29-2020) • CHA Hosting Drive Thru COVID-19 Testing Clinic

(12-29-2020) • Sturgis Woman Arrested Following Police Chase

(12-28-2020) • Steuben County Public Health Order Extended

(12-28-2020) • Monday's State of Indiana COVID-19 Update

(12-21-2020) • Indiana Health Department Monday Updates of COVID-19 Cases

(12-28-2020) • Tannerite Source of Loud Booms Sunday Night

(12-28-2020) • Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention Welcomes Two New Members

(12-28-2020) • Barn Lost in Weekend Fire

(12-28-2020) • Angola Man Suffers Spinal Injury in Sunday Night Crash

(12-28-2020) • Two Injured in Sunday Morning Crash

(12-28-2020) • Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Numbers as of Sunday

(12-28-2020) • Roadway Caution

(12-28-2020) • Auburn Man Killed In DeKalb County Crash

(12-28-2020) • White Pigeon Township Library Closed Until January 4

(12-28-2020) • Man Arrested Following Incident South Of Bronson

(12-28-2020) • MHSAA Says Fall Tournaments Will Conclude In January

(12-28-2020) • Two People Injured In Howard Township Crash

(12-26-2020) • Niles Man Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(12-26-2020) • New Branch County Commissioners Sworn In