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NEWS ARCHIVE

(06-18-2021) • Next City of Angola Services & Budget Committee Meeting

(06-18-2021) • Kinderhook Home Burns in Fire Wednesday

(06-18-2021) • West Central Indiana Reports an Earthquake Thursday

(06-18-2021) • Central Noble Fills Two Key Staffing Vacancies

(06-18-2021) • Tickets on Sale for Gordon Lightfoot Concert at Trine

(06-18-2021) • Warrant Issued For Man In Fatal Car v Bicycle Crash

(06-18-2021) • Michigan Opening To Full Capacity June 22

(06-18-2021) • Positive COVID Variant Cases Found In Branch County

(06-18-2021) • Dowagiac Man Injured In Roll Over Accident

(06-18-2021) • Two Vehicle Collision Injures Sturgis Woman

(06-18-2021) • Michigan Stepping Up Speed Enforcement During Regional Traffic Safety Campaign

(06-17-2021) • Mongo Food Pantry Open on Thursday

(06-17-2021) • Sellbom Came to Tri-State for Football, Went on to Acclaimed Psychology Career

(06-17-2021) • Coldwater Man Arraigned On Multiple Charges

(06-17-2021) • Armed Robbery In Mottville Township Being Investigated

(06-17-2021) • Three Rivers Water Festival Returns For 2021

(06-17-2021) • May 2021 Jobless Rate Up Slightly In Michigan

(06-17-2021) • STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund Grant Deadline Extended

(06-17-2021) • Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry Receive $5,000 to Aid in Hunger Relief

(06-17-2021) • Red Cross Asking for Public’s Help to Address “Severe” Blood Shortage

(06-17-2021) • State Senator Sue Glick to Chair Interim Study Committee on Corrections and Criminal Code

(06-17-2021) • Teen Moped Driver Injured Tuesday

(06-17-2021) • Governor Holcomb Honors Businesses for Longevity, Service to Hoosier Workforce

(06-16-2021) • Sturgis Kiwanis Club Names SHS Department Award Winners

(06-16-2021) • 90 Jobs Being Created In SW Michigan

(06-16-2021) • Whitmer To Use Unemployment Bonus As Back To Work Incentive

(06-16-2021) • Man Who Put Up Sign Against Biden Told To Take It Down

(06-16-2021) • Perfect Pairing: Bon Appetit, Satek Team for Fine Dining Event

(06-16-2021) • Leisure and Travel-Related Industry Bouncing Back after COVID-19

(06-16-2021) • SCCF Awards $219,000 in Scholarships in 2021

(06-16-2021) • Coldwater Man Faces Multiple Charges After Strangulation Incident

(06-15-2021) • Steuben County Man Arrested for Invasion of Privacy

(06-15-2021) • Sturgis Schools Proposing Wage Increase For Employees

(06-15-2021) • Storm Cleanup

(06-15-2021) • Bronson City Council Approves 2021-22 Budget

(06-15-2021) • CHA Supports World Elder Abuse Day

(06-15-2021) • Sheriff's Department Investigating Stolen Vehicle

(06-15-2021) • PFW Updates Mask Protocols

(06-15-2021) • New TrineLine Podcast Reflects on School Year, Looks Ahead to the Fall

(06-15-2021) • Consumers Warned to Watch Out for Home Improvement Scammers

(06-15-2021) • INDOT Increases Starting Salary for Skilled Trades Positions

(06-15-2021) • Angola Board of Zoning Appeals June Meeting Cancelled

(06-15-2021) • Drowning Victim Identified in DeKalb County Incident

(06-15-2021) • New Interactive Reservoir Habitat Map Available for Anglers

(06-14-2021) • LaGrange Foundation Awards Spring 2021 Community Impact Grants

(06-14-2021) • Cass County Authorities Investigate Hit And Run

(06-14-2021) • Steuben County Special Commissioners' Meeting

(06-14-2021) • Crash Between Two Motorcycles Injures Two People

(06-14-2021) • Goshen Man and His Son Were Killed in an Early Morning Collision

(06-14-2021) • Hudson Man Faces Felony Drug Charges

(06-14-2021) • Conservation Officers Investigate Drowning at Campground

(06-11-2021) • Former U.S. Sens. Evan Bayh, Dan Coats to join Indiana University

(06-11-2021) • Authorities Look for Information on Possible Arson at Kendallville Home

(06-11-2021) • LaGrange County Sheriff's Office Welcomes New Confinement Officer

(06-11-2021) • Man Facing Murder Charges in Williams County, Ohio Tried Escaping Florida Maximum Security

(06-11-2021) • State Officials Closing OptumServ COVID Testing Sites; Other Local Remain Open

(06-11-2021) • MSP Says Stay Safe During Heat Wave

(06-11-2021) • Glen Oaks Employees Returning To Campus July 6th

(06-11-2021) • Michigan Launches Text Message Program For COVID Information

(06-11-2021) • Trine Alumni & Friends Golf Outing coming Aug. 6th

(06-10-2021) • Chamber of Commerce 28th Annual Chamber Golf Scramble

(06-10-2021) • New Sculptures in Angola’s Public Square

(06-10-2021) • Steuben County Special Commissioners' Meeting

(06-10-2021) • Parking Lots Around the Mound to be Sealed Sunday

(06-10-2021) • Lakeland Internet to Sponsor July's Business After Hours

(06-10-2021) • Man Arrested Under Several Charges in LaGrange

(06-10-2021) • Japan-Based Photographer Shares Communication Expertise Through TrineOnline

(06-10-2021) • DeKalb Chamber Welcomes New Board Members

(06-10-2021) • New Early College Alliance Lets Fremont Students Complete Trine Associates Degree

(06-10-2021) • Some Steuben County Employees Will See Raises

(06-10-2021) • Early Morning Accident Shuts Down Portion of 20 in LaGrange County

(06-10-2021) • LaGrange Community Foundation Announces 2021 Scholarship Winners

(06-10-2021) • Craven Addresses Burr Oak Township Board

(06-10-2021) • Cassopolis Man Found Guilty In First Jury Trial Since 2020

(06-09-2021) • Authorities Investigating Suspicious Vehicle Fires In Coldwater

(06-09-2021) • Quincy Man Arraigned Following Domestic Incident

(06-09-2021) • Dingman Released Following Preliminary Hearing

(06-09-2021) • Trine Education Students Attain 100% Google Pass Rate

(06-09-2021) • Some Hoosiers Will Receive Financial Relief After State Settlement with a Auto Financing Company

(06-09-2021) • Two Car Accident Near Corunna

(06-09-2021) • Holcomb Taps Indianapolis Businessman as New Head of Business Recruitment

(06-09-2021) • Additional Angola Businesses to Receive Small Business Forgivable Loans

(06-08-2021) • Prairie Heights & Angola High School Valedictorians Connect

(06-08-2021) • Two Prairie Heights Students Get Education Scholarships

(06-08-2021) • Eight People Injured In Three Vehicle Accident

(06-08-2021) • Preliminary Hearing To Continue For Ethan Dingman

(06-08-2021) • Trine's Furth Center announces 2021-22 event season

(06-08-2021) • Solar Field Proposed Near Auburn

(06-08-2021) • Two People Hurt in ATV Crash

(06-08-2021) • YMCA Honors Sheets Family With New Addition

(06-07-2021) • Missing Teen's Body Found in St. Mary's River

(06-07-2021) • Town of Clear Lake Executive Session By: Molly McCrea

(06-07-2021) • MDOT Road Project in COLDWATER Starts Monday

(06-07-2021) • Indiana Plane Crash Kills Two People

(06-07-2021) • Trial of the Former Director of Bryan’s Autism School Moved

(06-07-2021) • Sentencing Scheduled in Pornography Case

(06-07-2021) • Hundreds Gather on Angola’s Public Square for Sojourner Truth Unveiling

(06-07-2021) • CHA Offering Curbside COVID Testing In June

(06-07-2021) • ISP Says Man Dies From Injuries In Toll Road Crash In LaGrange County

(06-07-2021) • Three Rivers Receives Grant For Downtown Project

(06-07-2021) • Vandalia Man Injured In One Vehicle Crash

(06-04-2021) • Break In And Theft Being Investigated

(06-04-2021) • Three Rivers Approves Water Rates For One Year

(06-04-2021) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(06-04-2021) • Single Vehicle Accident Injures One

(06-04-2021) • Civil War Songs Preformed Friday Night as Part of Sojourner Truth Celebration

(06-04-2021) • Town of Clear Lake Executive Session

(06-04-2021) • Republican Breakfast this Saturday

(06-04-2021) • Local High School Coach Accused of Misconduct with Student

(06-04-2021) • Steuben Community Center Elevator Being Modernized

(06-04-2021) • Trine University's Online Criminal Justice Program Ranked Among Best in the Nation

(06-04-2021) • Indiana Department of Education Awards $122 Million to Support Accelerated Learning

(05-17-2021) • Henderson and Wylie Lead Prairie Heights Class of 2021

(06-03-2021) • Bicycle Rider Taken to Local Hospital After Collision with a Car

(06-03-2021) • Sturgis And Bronson Getting Money For Clean Water Projects

(06-03-2021) • Two People Injured In Semi-Dump Truck Collision

(06-03-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Purse From Vehicle

(06-03-2021) • LaSata Announces In District Office Hours

(06-03-2021) • Pleasant Lake History Museum Opens Sojourner Truth Exhibit

(06-03-2021) • Police Chase Ends in Arrest

(06-03-2021) • MSD Board Looking at Professional Superintendent Search Team

(06-03-2021) • Indiana Gives Approval for First Virtual Private Schools

(06-02-2021) • Trine Hosting Civil War Lecture Wednesday as Part of Week Long Sojourner Truth Celebration

(06-02-2021) • Bronson Receives Drinking Water Asset Management Grant

(06-02-2021) • YMCA of Steuben Received Funding to Offer Free Safety Classes and Swim Lesson Scholarships

(06-02-2021) • Four People Injured In Toll Road Crash

(06-02-2021) • Two People Injured In Roll Over Accident

(06-02-2021) • St. Joseph County Man Wins Big On Michigan Lottery Game

(06-01-2021) • Steuben County to Unveil Statue of Abolitionist Sojurner Truth

(06-01-2021) • Indiana Elected Officials Mourn Virgo County Council Member

(06-01-2021) • RISE Moving to Steuben County Economic Development Corporation Location

(06-01-2021) • Vehicle Pursuit Shuts Down I-69 Monday Night

(06-01-2021) • Man Arrested Following High Speed Chase

(06-01-2021) • Shooting In Wolcottville

(06-01-2021) • People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(06-01-2021) • Man Dies From Injury In Shooting Incident

(05-30-2021) • MSP Investigating Stolen Motorcycle

(05-30-2021) • Bicyclist Struck By Semi

(05-30-2021) • Holcomb Signs Two COVID Executive Orders

(05-28-2021) • Michigan Man Arrested After Alleged Auburn Robbery

(05-28-2021) • State Trooper Recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving

(05-28-2021) • Coldwater Township to Open Dog Park

(05-28-2021) • Angola Fire Department Receives New Tanker

(05-28-2021) • State Employees to Return to Offices by Early July

(05-28-2021) • Three Rivers Holding Public Hearing On Proposed Water Rate Hike

(05-28-2021) • Alcohol A Factor In Father Shooting His Son

(05-28-2021) • Radiothon Sets New Record For United Way

(05-27-2021) • Increase in Hoosier Lottery Ticket Sales

(05-27-2021) • NE Indiana Animal Sanctuary Now Home to 4 "Tiger King" Big Cats

(05-27-2021) • Trine Civil Engineers Place Second in Regional Competition