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NEWS ARCHIVE

(11-23-2020) • Indiana State Bloomington Post Conducting a Homicide Investigation in Brown County 

(11-23-2020) • Two Car Collision Sends Two People To Hospital

(11-23-2020) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Going To Appointment Only

(11-23-2020) • Charges Filed In Matteson Township Shooting Incident

(11-23-2020) • Holcomb Inauguration Events Postponed

(11-23-2020) • Outdoor Activities Gain Popularity Through Pandemic

(11-23-2020) • Hill Ordered to Pay One Third of Disciplinary Expenses

(11-23-2020) • Three Injured in Sunday Crash

(11-23-2020) • October Indiana Employment Report

(11-23-2020) • Sunday Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-23-2020) • Northeast Indiana Saw Its First Snow on Sunday

(11-23-2020) • Governor Holcomb Tests Negative After Exposure

(11-20-2020) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Move to Appointment-Only Services

(11-20-2020) • Plans Are Being Made for Santa’s Big Visit to Steuben County

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First Secretary of Education Named

(11-20-2020) • Indiana’s First-Ever Chief Equity, Inclusion, & Opportunity Officer Named

(11-20-2020) • Thursday Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-20-2020) • Fire Damages Angola House And Garage

(11-20-2020) • Stambaugh Receives Sentence In Hit And Run Death

(11-20-2020) • Centreville Man Injured In Hit And Run Incident

(11-20-2020) • Union Man Dies After Being Struck By Vehicle

(11-20-2020) • CHA Holding Drive Through Flu Vaccination Friday

(11-20-2020) • White Pigeon Schools Extending At Home Learning

(11-19-2020) • Jim Banks appointed to NDAA Conference Committee to Fight for Hoosiers

(11-19-2020) • Time is Running Out for Hoosiers to File Equifax Restitution Claims

(11-19-2020) • Orland Town Council Set to Hold Special Meeting

(11-19-2020) • Steuben Restricts Nursing Home Visitation

(11-19-2020) • Wednesday Stueben County COVID-19 Update

(11-19-2020) • Free COVID-19 Testing In NE Indiana

(11-19-2020) • MHSAA Announces Schedule To Complete Fall Sports

(11-19-2020) • Restrictions Placed On Eastside Athletics

(11-19-2020) • Two People Injured In Elkhart County Roll Over Accident

(11-19-2020) • LaGrange Authorities Investigating Drug Incident

(11-19-2020) • Michigan's October Jobless Rate Down From September

(11-18-2020) • St. Joseph County Departments Closing Down Temporarily

(11-18-2020) • SJC COA Stopping Group Activities For Three Weeks

(11-18-2020) • Charges Filed Against Suspect In Stand Off

(11-18-2020) • Suspect Arrested Following Two County Pursuit

(11-18-2020) • Sturgis Receives Grant For Lafayette And Franks Intersection

(11-18-2020) • MSD board Continues to Clash with Superintendent Wilson

(11-18-2020) • Indiana Governor and First Lady Begin Quaratine

(11-18-2020) • Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-18-2020) • Fremont Community Schools go to Virtual Learning

(11-18-2020) • Statewide Curfew for Ohio

(11-17-2020) • Caregiver Inc. Announces Acquisition of Community Living

(11-17-2020) • Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-17-2020) • Angola Basketball Tonight

(11-17-2020) • Century Bank Limiting Lobby Access To Appointments

(11-17-2020) • Ebert Explains How At Home Transition Will Work

(11-17-2020) • Pop Up COVID Testing Happening Tuesday In Hillsdale County

(11-17-2020) • Major Moves Committee Agrees To Grant For Broadband

(11-17-2020) • Two People Killed In DeKalb County Crash

(11-17-2020) • Three People Arrested On Drug Charges

(11-17-2020) • Angola Council Holds Public Hearings on Water Rates and Charges

(11-17-2020) • Man Found Dead After Pick-up Crash Monday Night

(11-16-2020) • One Injured in Single Vehicle Accident

(11-16-2020) • Trine Professor Co-Authors Paper to Help in Concrete Structure Design

(11-16-2020) • Indiana FFA Foundation awarded grant through Lilly Endowment

(11-16-2020) • AG Curtis Hill Releases Statement to Assertions Made by Partisans

(11-16-2020) • Man Arrested After Resisting Police Officers

(11-16-2020) • Indiana Adoptions Plug Through Pandemic Restrictionists

(11-16-2020) • Steuben Hits Over a 15% Positivity Rate on Sunday

(11-16-2020) • High Winds Knock Out Power for Some Area Residents on Sunday

(11-16-2020) • Two People Killed In Single Vehicle Crash

(11-16-2020) • Sturgis Public Schools Respond To Governor's Order

(11-16-2020) • LaGrange Community Foundation Gets Community Leadership Grant

(11-16-2020) • MHSAA Suspends Fall Tournaments And Winter Sports

(11-16-2020) • Southern Michigan Bank & Trust Temporarily Closing Lobbies

(11-16-2020) • MDHHS Issues Three Week Epidemic Order

(11-14-2020) • Steuben County Magistrate Stepping Down

(11-14-2020) • Cameron Asking People to Use Free COVID Testing Centers

(11-14-2020) • Death Under Investigation of Man Found Unresponsive at Truck Stop

(11-14-2020) • Steuben County COVID-19 Update

(11-13-2020) • Whitmer Urges Precautions As COVID Cases Climb

(11-13-2020) • Suspect Arrested In Branch County Shooting Incident

(11-13-2020) • Constantine Schools Going To Remote Learning

(11-13-2020) • Glen Oaks Going To Minimal Staffing Starting November 16

(11-13-2020) • Suspect Arrested Following Incident

(11-13-2020) • ProMedica Coldwater Heightens Visitor Restrictions

(11-13-2020) • Bronson City Hall Closing To The Public

(11-13-2020) • Governor Holcomb Puts Restricts In Place To Battle COVID-19

(11-13-2020) • St. Joseph County Suspends Jury Trials For Rest Of 2020

(11-12-2020) • 7th Annual Ebbie Award Winners Announced

(11-12-2020) • Garrett Man Sustains Minor Injuries in Single Vehicle Accident

(11-12-2020) • Trine Student Awarded General Lewis B. Hershey Scholarship

(11-12-2020) • Cameron Hospital Earns National Recognition

(11-12-2020) • Quincy Schools suspending Athletics for Two Weeks

(11-12-2020) • COVID-19 Restrictions Continue in Ohio

(11-12-2020) • COVID-19 Restrictions Continue in Indiana

(11-12-2020) • Pinning Ceremony Held For Banaszak And Strudwick

(11-12-2020) • Mendon Schools Go To Remote Learning

(11-12-2020) • Rhodes Shares Sturgis Election Numbers

(11-12-2020) • Decatur Woman Taken To Hospital Following Crash

(11-12-2020) • CHA Announces COVID-19 Case Investigation Prioritization

(11-11-2020) • Leu Gives Details Of Fiber Optic Project

(11-11-2020) • Bronson City Council Passes Ground Water Ordinance

(11-11-2020) • LaGrange Man Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(11-11-2020) • Jobs at Risk in Auburn

(11-11-2020) • Steuben County Sees a 13% Positivity Rate

(11-11-2020) • Veterans Day; A Day to Pay Respect to Those Who Have Served

(11-11-2020) • Trine Staff Take New Student Services Roles

(11-11-2020) • Columbia City High School Launches Six State Earn and Learn (SEAL) Programs

(11-11-2020) • Fort Wayne Woman Sentenced To 78 Months In Prison

(11-10-2020) • Toys for Tots Not Serving Steuben and DeKalb Counties This Year

(11-10-2020) • Prairie Height's 7th & 8th Grade to E-Learning Nov. 11th-20th

(11-10-2020) • Hamilton Community Schools Transition to E-Learning

(11-10-2020) • Rescue Crews Respond to Two Separate Incidents

(11-10-2020) • Steuben County Covid-19 Update

(11-10-2020) • Trine University's Online Accounting Program Ranked Among Best in the Nation

(11-09-2020) • Several Buildings in Coldwater Closing to the Public Until Further Notice

(11-09-2020) • Police Stepping Up Seat Belt Enforcement in November

(11-09-2020) • Appeal Filed for Steuben County Criminal Case that was Dismissed

(11-09-2020) • State Officials Renewing Call for Retired Health Care Workers

(11-09-2020) • Steuben County Covid-19 Update

(11-09-2020) • Quincy Schools Going With Virtual Learning Until Nov. 30

(11-09-2020) • Glen Oaks Going To Online Learning For Rest Of Fall

(11-09-2020) • MSP Investigating Gazebo Arson In Burr Oak

(11-09-2020) • Goshen Man Killed In Roll Over Crash

(11-09-2020) • Board of Zoning Appeals Set for Tuesday 11/17

(11-09-2020) • Greg Taylor is New Senate Minority Leader

(11-09-2020) • Angola Covid-19 Testing Site

(11-09-2020) • Steuben County Covid-19 Update

(11-09-2020) • Two Men Arrested In Connection With Church Arson

(11-09-2020) • Drivers Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(11-09-2020) • Section Of M-216 Closed For Culvert Work

(11-07-2020) • Three Rivers Health To Join Beacon Health Systems

(11-07-2020) • Ten New Cases Of COVID-19 In Coldwater Schools

(11-06-2020) • Last Day To Apply For COVID-19 Funding Grants

(11-06-2020) • Indiana Man Injured In SW Michigan Crash

(11-06-2020) • Warsaw Man Arrested for Possession of Child Pornography

(11-06-2020) • Fremont High School Winter Ticket and Spectator Information

(11-06-2020) • Scholarships Available for Civil Engineering Students

(11-06-2020) • 2021 Innovation Challenge Open for Submissions

(11-06-2020) • Ambassador Enterprises Grant Supports Trine's Montessori Teacher Education Program

(11-06-2020) • New Health Department Director for Ohio

(11-06-2020) • Steuben County Covid-19 Update

(11-06-2020) • Republicans Will Return Statehouse With Tighter Grip on the Legislature

(11-05-2020) • Pop Up COVID Testing In Sturgis Thursday

(11-05-2020) • Branch County Voters Decide Governmental Races

(11-05-2020) • New And Familiar Names Elected To Office On Tuesday

(11-05-2020) • ISP, Federal and Local Government Agencies Collect More Than 39,000 Pounds of Unwanted Medications

(11-05-2020) • Bronson Jr/Sr High School Moves To Virtual Learning

(11-04-2020) • LaGrange County Election Results

(11-04-2020) • New And Familiar Names Elected To School Boards

(11-04-2020) • Betty P. Goranson Music Scholarship

(11-04-2020) • Marijuana Found After Two Vehicle Crash

(11-04-2020) • Trash Fire Creates Field Fire

(11-04-2020) • Prairie Heights School Board Has Two Changes After Election Results

(11-04-2020) • MSD of Steuben County School Board Results

(11-04-2020) • Snyder Wins Coroner Race in Steuben County