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NEWS ARCHIVE

(09-20-2021) • IN Heath Department Updates Statewide COVID-19 Case Counts

(09-20-2021) • Indiana DNR Arrest Fremont Man for Firearms Theft

(09-17-2021) • Man With Knife Threatens to Hurt Himself

(09-17-2021) • Work On Vinewood Street Starting Saturday

(09-17-2021) • Shipshewana Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(09-17-2021) • Niles Man Injured In Motorcycle Crash

(09-17-2021) • Diericx Released On Bond

(09-17-2021) • Steuben County Sea Plan Event is Sunday at Pokagon

(09-17-2021) • Parade of Builders Rums Through Sunday

(09-17-2021) • LaGrange County Sheriff's Office Sponsoring Honor Ride

(09-17-2021) • DNR Reminds Hunter About Safety as Deer Hunting Season Approaches

(09-17-2021) • Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum Receives Save America’s Treasures Grant

(09-16-2021) • Ribbon Cutting Held For Downtown Sturgis Fire Place

(09-16-2021) • White Pigeon Woman One Of Two Injured In Crash

(09-16-2021) • Hit And Run Property Damage Accident Being Investigated

(09-16-2021) • I-69 Concrete Work In Branch County Delayed

(09-16-2021) • LaGrange County Together Holding Open Houses

(09-16-2021) • INDIANA Awards Over $428,000 to Support Recent High School Graduates

(09-16-2021) • County Employees Have Guaranteed Sick Pay for COVID-19 Illnesses

(09-16-2021) • Indiana GOP’s Plans for New Congressional and Legislative Election Districts

(09-15-2021) • Cruise to the Monument Event Happens Wednesday Evening

(09-15-2021) • Multiple Agencies Respond to Hazmat Situation Tuesday Northwest of Fremont

(09-15-2021) • Work On I-69 Set To Start On Thursday

(09-15-2021) • Ohio Man Killed In Toll Road Crash

(09-15-2021) • First Tree and Brush Station Open This Week

(09-15-2021) • Solar Bikers on Nationwide Trek Visit to Trine Campus

(09-14-2021) • Noble County Health Department Offering Vaccine Appointments

(09-14-2021) • Trine Offering Grants for Students Who Apply by Nov. 1

(09-14-2021) • Hazmat Leak at Fremont Area Truck Stop

(09-14-2021) • Sturgis City Commissioner Jon Good Passes Away

(09-14-2021) • Coldwater Police Investigating Break In At Laundromat

(09-14-2021) • Noble County Health Department Offering Vaccine Appointments

(09-14-2021) • Sturgis Man Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(09-13-2021) • Holcomb Responds To Biden's Vaccine Mandate

(09-13-2021) • Sturgis, Life Care Establish Safety Net Ambulance Agreement

(09-13-2021) • Indiana Chambers Celebrate Small Business Week in Indiana

(09-13-2021) • Lagrange County Fog Seal Work for Monday

(09-13-2021) • Bonus Pay Measure for Roughly 80 Plus Steuben County Employees

(09-13-2021) • YMCA Pool Back Open After Phase One Renovations

(09-13-2021) • Cruise to the Monument Set for Wednesday

(09-11-2021) • Tooley Kicked off Trine University Distinguished Speaker Series on Friday for 9-11 Tribute

(09-11-2021) • Postgame at Trine’s Saturday Night Game Features Fireworks

(09-11-2021) • Cruise to the Monument Set for Wednesday

(09-11-2021) • Indiana Governor Directs Flags at Half-Staff for 9-11

(09-10-2021) • Indiana Republicans Getting Ready to Release Maps

(09-10-2021) • Topeka Man Arrested On Child Sex Charges

(09-10-2021) • Governor Holcomb Meets Afghan Refugees

(09-10-2021) • Fireworks to Follow Trine football Game

(09-10-2021) • Dan Thayer To Become New Constantine Police Chief

(09-10-2021) • Sheriff's Office Investigating Stolen Four Wheeler

(09-10-2021) • LaSata Holding In District Office Hours

(09-10-2021) • No Injuries Reported In Semi Crash

(09-09-2021) • Man Arrested for Neglect of a Dependant

(09-09-2021) • DeKalb County Economic Development Partnership Changing Headquarters

(09-09-2021) • Fremont Resident Places Fifth in U.S. Paralympics

(09-09-2021) • Indiana BMV Blames Staffing Shortages for 11 Branch Shut Downs

(09-09-2021) • Two Roads in LaGrange County to Close for Sealing Project

(09-08-2021) • Attorney General Todd Rokita asks U.S. Supreme Court to Protect Religious Liberty

(09-08-2021) • Tuesday Storms Bring Power Outages And Downed Trees

(09-08-2021) • Maple Lawn Halting In Person Visits Until Further Notice

(09-08-2021) • Carra Gets Endorsement From Donald Trump

(09-08-2021) • Griva New Frontline Face for Events at Angola Parks

(09-08-2021) • Trine Engineering Programs Earn ABET Accreditation

(09-08-2021) • Honor Flight Cancels October Flights

(09-08-2021) • Angola Businesses Set to Receive Pandemic Relief at Ceremony Thursday

(09-08-2021) • Angola Chamber Prepares for Annual Membership Meeting

(09-08-2021) • Steuben County Couple Wins Big With Publisher Clearing House

(09-07-2021) • Three Car Collision Friday Night

(09-07-2021) • Northeast Indians RV Industry Growing

(09-07-2021) • Defiance Man Hospitalized after being Shot

(09-07-2021) • Investigation Leads to Arrest for Theft and Official Misconduct

(09-07-2021) • Vehicle Vs. Deer Accident Injures One

(09-04-2021) • Casey’s Cove Marina Saying Goodbye to 4 Corners Location

(09-04-2021) • West Nile Virus Found In Mosquitoes In Steuben County

(09-04-2021) • CHA Issues Public Health Quarantine Order

(09-04-2021) • LaGrange County REMC Hands Out Operation Round Up Funds

(09-03-2021) • No Injuries In Car Vs. House Collision

(09-03-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Vehicle From Branch County

(09-03-2021) • Work On M-60 In Branch County Starting Next Week

(09-03-2021) • Two People Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(09-03-2021) • Two Arrested in Auburn Shooting

(09-03-2021) • Angola Businesses Receive Pandemic Relief

(09-03-2021) • Mosquitos Ccarrying the West Nile Virus Found in Steuben County

(09-02-2021) • Ohio’s Fulton County Fair Opens Friday; Williams County September 10th

(09-02-2021) • Kendallville Railroad Crossings To Be Closed Starting Friday

(09-02-2021) • Woman Critically Injured in Single Car Crash

(09-02-2021) • Motorcyclist Injured In Branch County Crash

(09-02-2021) • LaGrange County Together Helping With New Comprehensive Plan

(09-02-2021) • Holcomb Signs New Executive Order Related To COVID

(09-01-2021) • Authorities Investigate Shooting Death of Angola Man

(09-01-2021) • One Person Critically Injured in Wednesday Morning Single Car Crash

(09-01-2021) • Five Candidates Interview For Branch County 911 Director

(09-01-2021) • Noble County Seniors Can Apply For Lilly Scholarships

(09-01-2021) • Kendallville Railroad Crossings To Be Closed Starting Friday

(09-01-2021) • Ohio’s Fulton County Fair Opens Friday; Williams County September 10th

(09-01-2021) • Mongo United Methodist Food Pantry is Open Thursday

(09-01-2021) • Indiana Archaeology Week Kickoff is Wednesday

(09-01-2021) • Staton Named as LaGrange County’s Heart of Gold Volunteer

(09-01-2021) • Trine golf outing raises more than $87,000

(09-01-2021) • Dollar General Opens 7th Store in Steuben County at Former Family Video Location

(08-31-2021) • Motorcycle Driver Injured Trying To Avoid Deer

(08-31-2021) • Middlebury Woman Injured In One Vehicle Crash

(08-31-2021) • Gas Leak Leads To Electric Service Being Turned Off

(08-31-2021) • Fire Near Bronson Caused By Lightning Strike

(08-31-2021) • A Taste of Downtown Angola

(08-31-2021) • AquaBounty Plans Put on Hold in Northwest Ohio

(08-31-2021) • Southern Indiana Teen Struck and Killed Boarding a School Bus

(08-31-2021) • Next Level Grant Funds Helping Make Changes to Pumpkin Vine Trail in LaGrange County

(08-31-2021) • Suspect Arrested Within 20 Minutes After Kendallville Bank Robbery

(08-30-2021) • Wakarusa Man Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(08-30-2021) • Carra, Gubernatorial Candidates Speak Saturday Night

(08-30-2021) • LaSata Joins Local Officials For Tour Of St. Joseph County

(08-28-2021) • Sheriff's Department Investigating Stolen Vehicle

(08-28-2021) • Ohio Man Arrested For Child Molestation

(08-28-2021) • Gubernatorial Candidates To Be At Sturgis Event

(08-28-2021) • Suspect Arrested On Multiple Charges

(08-28-2021) • LaSata Joins Local Officials For Tour Of St. Joseph County

(08-28-2021) • Ft. Wayne Gang Members Sentenced in Dangerous Shooting

(08-28-2021) • One of 13 U.S. Service Members Killed in Kabul Airport Attack was from Indiana

(08-27-2021) • Dog Day in the Park

(08-27-2021) • Tuxes and Tails - Game On! Humane Shelter Event

(08-27-2021) • Teen Suffers Minor Injuries in Accident Heading to School

(08-27-2021) • Man Wanted for Crimes in Steuben County Captured

(08-26-2021) • Fairfield School is Not Closed

(08-26-2021) • Man Arrested in Death of a Lagrange County Boy

(08-26-2021) • Gonzalez Sentenced In Coldwater Stabbing Death

(08-26-2021) • Goshen Woman Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(08-26-2021) • MSP Encourages Citizens To Prepare For Extreme Heat

(08-26-2021) • LaGrange County Chip & Seal Work

(08-26-2021) • East Noble High School Students Moving to E-learning

(08-26-2021) • Indiana Lt. Gov. Presented Financial Gift at Easterseals RISE

(08-26-2021) • Heat Advisory For Thursday

(08-25-2021) • Serious Crash Near Bryan Injuries Indiana Woman Who Was Critically Injured

(08-25-2021) • Some School District Going To Half Days Due To Heat

(08-25-2021) • Whitmer Declares State Of Emergency For Tri-County Area

(08-25-2021) • Free COVID-19 Testing In Noble County

(08-25-2021) • Theron Hunt To Remain In Prison

(08-25-2021) • Crouch Announces $1.58M to Assist Adults with Disabilities

(08-24-2021) • Smith-Green Community Schools Going to Virtual Learning

(08-24-2021) • Cameron Memorial Community Hospital Receives Designation as an AchieveWELL Organization

(08-24-2021) • NE Indiana Unemployment Rates Drop in July

(08-24-2021) • Dowagiac Man Dies In Roll Over Accident

(08-24-2021) • CHA Prepared To Provide FDA Approved Pfizer Vaccine

(08-24-2021) • Trine Honors Employees for Years of Service

(08-24-2021) • Brooks: Trine at Strongest Point in its History

(08-24-2021) • Michigan Man Sought in Rash of Steuben County Thefts

(08-23-2021) • First Day Of Classes For Several Michigan School Districts

(08-23-2021) • One Person Injured In One Vehicle Crash

(08-23-2021) • Man Convicted of Trying to kill Police in 2018 Fremont Motel Standoff

(08-23-2021) • Hamilton Man Hurt In Backhoe Accident