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NEWS ARCHIVE

(04-03-2020) • Indiana Stay-At-Home Order Extended

(04-03-2020) • Steuben County Commissioners Make Public Announcement

(04-03-2020) • Indiana Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 100

(04-03-2020) • Another Death In Southwest Michigan From COVID-19

(04-03-2020) • Waters Named New Kendallville Police Chief

(04-03-2020) • Steuben County Reports Two More New COVID-19 Cases

(04-03-2020) • Ohio’s Coronavirus Cases Getting Close to 3K

(04-03-2020) • Ohio’s Stay At Home Extended

(04-03-2020) • Thursday Afternoon Motorcycle Crash In DeKalb County

(04-02-2020) • Indiana First Lady Reminds Hoosiers That State Parks Remain Open

(04-02-2020) • Holcomb Gives Nod To Northeast Indiana School Helping Ease Coronavirus Inconveniences

(04-02-2020) • Indiana Health Commissioner Addresses P95 Mask Shortage

(04-02-2020) • Indiana Schools Suspend Face-To-Face Learning For Remainder of Academic Year

(04-02-2020) • Williams County Reports First Case of COVID-19

(04-02-2020) • Whitmer Suspends Face-To-Face Learning For Remainder of Academic Year

(04-02-2020) • Indiana Coronavirus Total Soars Over 3,000

(04-02-2020) • Northeast Indiana Legislators Highlight Help Available To Hoosier Workers, Employers Impacted By COVID-19

(04-02-2020) • Trine Expanding Programs, Degrees Featuring No-Cost Textbooks

(04-02-2020) • Northwest State Staff Are Making Medical Shields

(04-02-2020) • Bryan City Schools Resumed On-Site Lunch Pick-up

(04-02-2020) • Ohio COVID-19 Numbers Climb; Still No Cases in Williams County

(04-02-2020) • Coronavirus Testing Increasing In Indiana

(04-02-2020) • Angola Fire Department Closed to Public Visits

(04-02-2020) • Second Coronavirus Case Confirmed In DeKalb County

(04-02-2020) • Churubusco Business Doing Their Part To Fight COVID-19

(04-02-2020) • Michigan COVID-19 Cases Up Once Again

(04-02-2020) • State of Disaster Declared Within Michigan By Governor Whitmer

(04-02-2020) • Cameron Memorial Hospital Dedicates Phone Line To MyChart

(04-02-2020) • Farmers State Bank Committed To Helping Local Business

(04-02-2020) • Hamilton Town Council Cancels April Meeting

(04-01-2020) • Indiana Coronavirus Total Climbs Over 2,500

(04-01-2020) • Ohio’s Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Tops Off Over 2K

(04-01-2020) • Missing Northwest Ohio Teen and Infant Son Found Safe

(04-01-2020) • First Two Cases of COVID-19 Found In Branch County Outside of Lakeland Correctional

(04-01-2020) • Holcomb Extends "Take Out Only" Order For Indiana Restauraunts

(04-01-2020) • Trine Staff Aids In Coronavirus Pandemic Efforts

(04-01-2020) • Auburn Police Investigating Various Thefts In Last Ten Days

(03-31-2020) • Two Cameron Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19

(03-31-2020) • Steuben County Officials Address Concerns Over Coronavirus

(03-31-2020) • Coronavirus Testing Questions Answered

(03-31-2020) • Coronavirus Could Cause Long Term Problems For American Economy

(03-31-2020) • Ohio’s 1,933 COVID-19 Cases

(03-31-2020) • Coronavirus Cases In Southern Michigan Increase Once Again

(03-31-2020) • New Indiana Law mandates Schools Test For Lead

(03-31-2020) • County Unemployment Rates Released For February

(03-31-2020) • Hamilton Woman Charged With Health Care Fraud and Aggravated Identity Theft

(03-30-2020) • Trine Engineering Management Program Ranked Among Most Affordable

(03-30-2020) • Angola Mayor Proud Of Communities Efforts To Help Slow Coronavirus Spread

(03-30-2020) • Angola Area Well Prepared To Deal With Coronavirus Pandemic

(03-30-2020) • Pasta Dinners At The Monument A Huge Success

(03-30-2020) • LaGrange County Offering Rapid Response Grants

(03-30-2020) • COVID-19 Found In St. Joseph County

(03-30-2020) • Indiana Parks Remain Open In Limited Capacity

(03-30-2020) • Indiana Coronavirus Cases Continue To Climb

(03-30-2020) • Popular Fort Wayne Hotel & Conference Center To Shut Doors

(03-30-2020) • Cameron Occupational Medicine & Immunization Clinics Are Moving, Appointment Only

(03-30-2020) • Two More Cases Of COVID-19 At Lakeland Correctional

(03-30-2020) • Williams County Airport Project Could Take Off This Summer

(03-30-2020) • Whitmer Unsure Michigan Schools Will Re-Open This Year

(03-30-2020) • Ohio COVID-19 Cases Climb; Local Tri-State Numbers

(03-30-2020) • Hoosier Boys State 2020 Canceled

(03-28-2020) • Steuben County Confirms 1st Case of COVID-19

(03-28-2020) • Ohio Primary Election Changes in Williams County

(03-28-2020) • United Way of Williams County Starts Special Relief Fund

(03-28-2020) • A Warm Front Could Bring Tornadoes

(03-27-2020) • First Two Coronavirus Cases Reported In LaGrange County

(03-27-2020) • Steuben County Health Department’s Friday Report on COVID-19

(03-27-2020) • February Indiana Unemployment Numbers Released

(03-27-2020) • Social Media Post Creates Concern on COVID-19 Victim’s Relationship to Steuben County

(03-27-2020) • Whitmer Asking Citizens To Follow Executive Order

(03-27-2020) • Michigan's February Jobless Rate Down

(03-27-2020) • Steuben Board of Commissioners Meeting Via Conference Call on April 6th

(03-27-2020) • Holcomb Vetoes Bill Banning Local Rental Rules

(03-27-2020) • Second Lakeland Inmate Tests Positivite for COVID-19

(03-27-2020) • Community Helping Provide Face Mask to Health Care Facilities

(03-26-2020) • Coronavirus Cases In Indiana Continue To Rise To Alarming Rates

(03-26-2020) • Perkins Named Trine University Law Scholar

(03-26-2020) • Inmate at Branch County, MI Facility Has COVID-19

(03-26-2020) • Hatch Joins Trine As Director Of Development Services

(03-26-2020) • Coldwater Residents Urged To Follow Governor's Orders To Stay Home

(03-26-2020) • City Of Angola Asking For Public Help In Hand Wipes Supplies

(03-26-2020) • COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb

(03-26-2020) • Indiana Moves Primary Election Day

(03-26-2020) • Special Respiratory Center Set to Open Geared for COVID-19

(03-26-2020) • Two More COVID-10 Cases In Hillsdale County

(03-26-2020) • Suspect Identified in Porch Thefts

(03-25-2020) • Man Arrested After Stand-off with Police

(03-25-2020) • Coronavirus Cases In Indiana Continue To Climb In Numbers

(03-25-2020) • Parkview Officials Aid In Mask Supply Help

(03-25-2020) • Trine Cancels Commencement Due To COVID-19 Concerns

(03-25-2020) • Progressive Essential Services Started In Branch County

(03-25-2020) • Victim of Fatal ATV Crash Named

(03-25-2020) • Garrett Power Rate Reductions Coming Immediately

(03-25-2020) • Wet Conditions Expected For Rest of The Work Week

(03-25-2020) • NTSB Meeting Canceled In Regard To Indiana Crash That Killed Three Siblings

(03-25-2020) • Zent Discusses Coronavirus And Its Effects On Local Business

(03-25-2020) • Free Family Pasta Dinners This Friday At Monument in Angola

(03-25-2020) • Coronavirus Waging War In Michigan

(03-24-2020) • DeKalb Central Schools Staff Member First COVID-19 Case in County

(03-24-2020) • New Confirmed Case of Coronavirus In Allen County

(03-24-2020) • Noble County Government Closes

(03-24-2020) • Updated Visitor Restrictions At Cameron Memorial Hospital

(03-24-2020) • Missing Northwest Ohio Teen Found

(03-24-2020) • Indiana & Michigan Governors Follow Ohio With Stay At Home Orders

(03-24-2020) • First COVID-19 Case In Hillsdale County

(03-24-2020) • Coronavirus Totals Continue To Climb Within Hoosier State

(03-24-2020) • Monday Night Barn Fire In Batavia Township

(03-24-2020) • Trine Closing Campuses In Response To Stay-At-Home Order

(03-24-2020) • Northeast Indiana WorkOne Offices Closed As of Tuesday

(03-24-2020) • STAR Trasnportation To Continue Service

(03-23-2020) • Missing Northwest Ohio Teen

(03-23-2020) • Indiana Governor Makes Stay At Home Order

(03-23-2020) • Holcomb Adresses Coronavirus, Calls For "Stay At Home" Order Within Indiana

(03-23-2020) • Michigan Governor Issues "Stay At Home" Order

(03-23-2020) • Coronavirus Totals Continue To Climb Within Hoosier State

(03-23-2020) • Coronavirus Detected In Calhoun County

(03-23-2020) • Michigan To Face Long Term Effects From COVID-19

(03-23-2020) • Miller Supports Adding Money To Coronavirus Response

(03-23-2020) • Michigan SOS Offices Returning To Regular Weekday Hours

(03-23-2020) • Williams County Officials Retract Reported COVID-19 Case

(03-23-2020) • Village of Pioneer Declares State of Emergency Waving Utility Fees

(03-23-2020) • Ohio Stay at Home Order Starts Late Monday Night

(03-23-2020) • Indiana Handheld Cellphone While Driving Ban Begins July 1st

(03-23-2020) • Indiana Beach Could Reopen This Year

(03-23-2020) • First Coronavirus Death In Allen County

(03-23-2020) • Work Underway On I-69 In Branch County

(03-23-2020) • ProMedica Coldwater Says Rumors Of ER Closing False

(03-22-2020) • Ohio Governor Has Issued Stay at Home Order for Ohio

(03-21-2020) • First Federal Savings Bank of Angola Lobby Restrictions

(03-21-2020) • Elkhart County on Travel Advisory

(03-21-2020) • Williams County Reporting First Positive Case of COVID-19

(03-21-2020) • Work Underway On I-69 In Branch County

(03-21-2020) • Indian Records Third Death from COVID-19

(03-21-2020) • City of Angola Electrical Project Update

(03-21-2020) • Commissioners Close Steuben County Community Center

(03-21-2020) • Angola Common Council Had Emergency Session on Friday

(03-21-2020) • Chilly Weather for the Weekend

(03-21-2020) • Indiana Primary Election Date Moving

(03-21-2020) • Community Humane Shelter of Steuben County Taps New CEO

(03-20-2020) • Temperatures Take Drastic Dip For This Weekend

(03-20-2020) • Indiana Presidential Primary Potentially Delayed

(03-20-2020) • Two Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Made In Allen County

(03-20-2020) • Most Region WorkOne Centers Closed to Public

(03-20-2020) • SCCF Designates $100,000 for Steuben County Disaster Response Fund

(03-20-2020) • City of Angola Closes City Hall To Public

(03-19-2020) • Century Bank Limiting Lobby Access

(03-19-2020) • Coldwater Man Arraigned On Additional CSC Charges

(03-19-2020) • Patchy Fog & Rain Dominate Short-Term Forecast

(03-19-2020) • More Closures of Public Places Within State of Ohio

(03-19-2020) • Shipshe Police Department Changing Protocol