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NEWS ARCHIVE

(05-27-2022) • Angola Shooting for Guinness “Donut Capital of the World” Status

(05-27-2022) • Area Fire Fighter Honored For 50 Years Of Service

(05-27-2022) • Steuben County Woman Is Areas First Alumni Of Lugar Series

(05-27-2022) • Avilla Woman Injured In Wednesday Evening Crash In DeKalb County

(05-27-2022) • Indiana Governs Talks About “Inflationary Relief” For Hoosiers

(05-27-2022) • Aldi Plans Possible Store In Sturgis

(05-27-2022) • Water Ways Exhibit Open At Carnegie Public Library

(05-27-2022) • Indiana State Police Investigating Bank Robbery In Auburn

(05-27-2022) • Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms Increase Friday

(05-24-2022) • Summer Meal Service Program Plans For Service Locations In Steuben County

(05-24-2022) • MetalX Expands with Acquisition Of Wabash Company

(05-24-2022) • Woman Killed Is Named In Friday Branch County Crash

(05-24-2022) • Unemployment Rate Unchanged In Indiana For April

(05-24-2022) • Weather Forecasters Say Rain Will Develop Wednesday

(05-24-2022) • New Full-Time Fire Fighter Joins Angola FD

(05-24-2022) • Goshen City Officials To Hold Press Conference Regarding Saturday’s Shooting

(05-24-2022) • New Director For Catholic Charities Northeast Indiana Region

(05-24-2022) • Mild Weather Monday And Tuesday; Thunderstorms Back Wednesday

(05-21-2022) • Mad Anthony’s to close Angola location

(05-21-2022) • Indiana’s April 2022 Employment Report

(05-21-2022) • Friday Evening Crash: One Killed And Several Critically Injured

(05-21-2022) • Graduations At Branch County High Schools Begin Sunday

(05-21-2022) • Two More Chance To See Footloose At Prairie Heights

(05-21-2022) • Two More New Principals Have Been Named At MSD

(05-21-2022) • Saturday Brings Rain And Storms To The Tri-State Weather Forecast

(05-20-2022) • Prairie Heights Is Ready To Cut Loose With Footloose

(05-20-2022) • Bronson Is Hosting Their 28th City Wide Garage Sale on Saturday

(05-20-2022) • Elementary Students In Sturgis Raise $2,500 With Coin Drive

(05-20-2022) • Two More New Principals Have Been Named At MSD

(05-20-2022) • Warm Weather Conditions Friday Lead To Chances Of Thunderstorms Friday Night And Saturday

(05-18-2022) • Hubie Ashcraft Performing At Commons Park

(05-18-2022) • Kendallville Driver Killed In Crash With Semi

(05-18-2022) • Angola Construction Area For Culver’s Project

(05-18-2022) • Motorcycle Crash Claims Life Of Orland Man

(05-18-2022) • Wednesday Weather Brings Sprinkles And Showers

(05-18-2022) • Trine design project helps veteran enjoy kayaking

(05-17-2022) • Indiana State Police enforcing “Click It or Ticket”

(05-17-2022) • Owners of Red Arrow Restaurant plan to rebuild after last week’s fire

(05-17-2022) • Two White Pigeon men killed in early-morning motorcycle crash

(05-17-2022) • Man Injured In Roll Over Crash

(05-17-2022) • Steuben County Man Injured in ORV Accident

(05-17-2022) • Indiana Collects Nearly $1 Billion More In April Than Expected

(05-17-2022) • Dry Weather Tuesday With Clouds Moving In Late In The Evening

(05-17-2022) • Trine's fall 2023 application now open

(05-16-2022) • Two People Being Held In DeKalb County Shooting Deaths

(05-16-2022) • Two People Being Held In DeKalb County Shooting Deaths

(05-16-2022) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash In Elkhart County

(05-14-2022) • Singspiration Held At Fairview On Sunday

(05-14-2022) • Jessica Bird Tapped As New Executive Director Of Steuben County United Way

(05-14-2022) • Indiana Conducting Survey on Electric Vehicle Deployment Plan

(05-14-2022) • Roaming Buffalo Corralled In Noble County

(05-14-2022) • The Weekend Could See Some Storms And Scattered Showers

(05-13-2022) • Abbott Says Production Could Resume In Sturgis Soon

(05-13-2022) • New Internet Provider To Start Operating In St. Joseph County

(05-13-2022) • Motorcycle Crash Injures Union City Man

(05-13-2022) • South Bend Man Injured In Cass County Crash

(05-13-2022) • Three Rivers Nurses Holding Informational Picket

(05-13-2022) • Sturgis Kiwanis Club Awards Scholarships To SHS Seniors

(05-13-2022) • Steuben REMC Announces Annual Meeting Date Set in June

(05-13-2022) • I-69 Lane Closures Near Exit 312 To Begin Next Step Of Interchange Project

(05-13-2022) • Man Injured In Branch County Motorcycle Crash

(05-13-2022) • Man Sentenced To 2 1/2 Years For RV Thefts

(05-13-2022) • West Commons Apartments Moves Forward In Angola Despite Zoning Debate

(05-11-2022) • The Shipshewana Flea Market Opens For The Season And Celebrating 100 Years

(05-11-2022) • Auburn Sports Complex Moving Forward

(05-11-2022) • RV Industry Sees Double Digit Growth Despite Supply Chain Issues

(05-11-2022) • New Indiana Law Allows Adjunct Teaching Permits For K-12 Schools

(05-11-2022) • Governor Eric Holcomb, on Refugees from Ukraine

(05-11-2022) • Record Highs In The 80s For Wednesday

(05-11-2022) • Oursler joins Trine as director of development

(05-11-2022) • Indiana Sheriffs’ Association Youth Leadership Camp

(05-10-2022) • Tim Tebow speaks at Trine University Commencement

(05-10-2022) • City of Angola 4th of July Parade

(05-09-2022) • MSP Investigating Attempted Catalytic Converter Theft

(05-09-2022) • Missing Athens Township Man Back Home

(05-09-2022) • Pumpkinvine Trail Now Extends Into Shipshewana

(05-09-2022) • Minor Injury Reported In Three Vehicle Accident

(05-07-2022) • Former Williams County Area Priest Defrocked

(05-07-2022) • First Round Of Steuben County Property Tax Bills Are Due Tuesday May 10

(05-07-2022) • Condo Project For Casey’s Landing Wins Court Ruling

(05-07-2022) • Trine University Graduation On Saturday

(05-07-2022) • Precision Edge Acquires Eva-Lution in Angola

(05-06-2022) • Fremont’s Ethan Bock Receives 2022 Indiana Academic All-Stars Award

(05-06-2022) • Steuben County Tire Recycling Day Is Saturday

(05-06-2022) • First Round Of Steuben County Property Tax Bills Are Due Tuesday May 10

(05-06-2022) • Garrett Police Chief Fired After Accusations Of Botched Investigation

(05-06-2022) • Condo Project For Casey’s Landing Wins Court Ruling

(05-06-2022) • Rain Showers For Friday

(05-06-2022) • Rain Showers For Friday

(05-05-2022) • Westview announces its Class of 2022 co-valedictorians

(05-05-2022) • Indy EMS Paying To Train Hoosiers For EMT Certification

(05-05-2022) • Hundreds Of Prisoners At Branch County’s Lakeland Facility Transferred After Mold Is Discovered

(05-05-2022) • Challenger Defeats DeKalb County Sheriff

(05-05-2022) • LaGrange County Republican Voters Select Harker As The Next Republican Nominee For Sheriff

(05-05-2022) • Iconic Steuben County Businessman And Community Leader Honored By Angola City Leaders

(05-04-2022) • Sturgis Man Seriously Injured In Pick Up v Motorcycle Crash

(05-04-2022) • Contested Races In LaGrange County Primary

(05-03-2022) • City of Angola's Spring Hydrant Flushing Schedule

(05-03-2022) • 29th Annual Chamber Golf Scramble

(05-03-2022) • Trine's NASA Rover team second overall in 2022 Challenge

(05-03-2022) • 2022 Steuben County Primary Election Results

(05-03-2022) • BUV team extends Trine win streak

(05-03-2022) • Primary Election Day is Tuesday, May 3rd

(05-02-2022) • MSP Say Branch County Residents May Be Involved In Break Ins

(05-02-2022) • Avian Flu Found In Branch County

(05-02-2022) • Man Killed, Woman Injured In Cass County Crash

(05-02-2022) • Michigan Agency Listing Branch County Bird Flu Case Found

(05-02-2022) • MSP Investigating Larceny By Possibly Two Branch County Suspects

(05-02-2022) • Prom Season Was In Full Swing Over The Weekend In Steuben County

(05-02-2022) • 18 Arrested in Indiana Meth Trafficking Ring

(05-02-2022) • Rain Will Include A Series Of Weather Systems For The Area

(05-02-2022) • Consumer Alert: Products Recalled in April

(04-30-2022) • Early Voting For Primary Election Is Soon Coming To A Close

(04-30-2022) • Free Admission And Fishing At Indiana State Parks on May 1st

(04-30-2022) • Traffic Stop Leads Police To Find Meth, Gun, And Cash

(04-30-2022) • Chance Of Showers Increase Saturday With Thunderstorms Possible

(04-29-2022) • Indiana Department Natural Resources Offering FREE Park Admission This Sunday

(04-29-2022) • Milestone Achieved At Brightmark In Ashley

(04-29-2022) • Upcoming Women’s Week Luncheon Hosted By Angola Main Street/Downtown

(04-29-2022) • Communication Boards Added To Steuben County Sheriff’s Department ’s Patrol Vehicles

(04-28-2022) • Steuben County Art Show Is Back To Showcase Artwork From Area Schools

(04-28-2022) • Indiana BMV Commissioner Resigns Earlier Than Planned

(04-28-2022) • Milestone Achieved At Brightmark In Ashley

(04-28-2022) • Thursday Will Be Mainly Dry And Very Cold

(04-28-2022) • Trine Day draws record number of donors

(04-28-2022) • Trine University Choir in concert April 30

(04-27-2022) • Garrett Man Arrested for Child Molestation

(04-27-2022) • Dowagiac Man Injured In Roll Over Accident

(04-27-2022) • Northeastern Center Holding First Break The Silence Event

(04-27-2022) • Glen Oaks' Nora Hagen Theater Could Become Instructional Space

(04-27-2022) • Butler Township Fire Kills Animals, Destroys Barns

(04-27-2022) • Sheriff's Deputy "Ok" After Minor Injury Car Accident

(04-26-2022) • Angola to Investigate Local Water Availability

(04-26-2022) • Trine University Wind Ensemble in concert Sunday

(04-26-2022) • Surack to receive honorary degree from Trine

(04-25-2022) • Trine team takes top place at AIAA regional conference

(04-25-2022) • Public invited to see Trine student innovations at Design Expo

(04-25-2022) • Early Voting Starts In Steuben County With A New Location Option

(04-25-2022) • Southern Michigan Jobless Rates Drop In March; Hillsdale County Sees The Largest Drop In The Area

(04-25-2022) • Williams County Sheriff’s Office Receives 10k Plus In Grant Money

(04-25-2022) • Wet Weather on Monday

(04-23-2022) • Brady And Wolff Coming Back For Superintendent Interviews

(04-23-2022) • LaGrange County EDC Adds Marketing Manager

(04-23-2022) • LaGrange County Chamber Hosting Meet The Candidates Night

(04-23-2022) • Sex Crime Charges Filed Against Bronson Man

(04-23-2022) • U.S. 20 To Close For Small Structure Replacement Starting Monday

(04-23-2022) • Two More Chance To See Madagascar Come To Life The Stage At Prairie Heights

(04-23-2022) • Police Involved In Pursuit Starts in Ohio And Ends In Indiana

(04-23-2022) • Indiana Gas Tax to Hit All Time High

(04-23-2022) • Saturday Temperatures Are Set To Hit The 80 Mark