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NEWS ARCHIVE

(06-29-2022) • Music Americana Takes The Stage Wednesday Night

(06-29-2022) • State Road 827 Set To Close In Fremont For Reconstruction Through October

(06-29-2022) • Man Charged After Road Rage Incident Involving A Firearm

(06-29-2022) • Warming Trend Continues On Wednesday

(06-29-2022) • Trine Announces 2022 Basketball Camp

(06-28-2022) • Seasonable Temperatures Tuesday With The Heat On For Wednesday

(06-27-2022) • Former Angola Principal Steven Grill Has Passed Away

(06-27-2022) • 2 Vehicles Totaled in Sunday Afternoon Crash

(06-27-2022) • Local Teens Make Showing At The High School Fishing World Championships

(06-27-2022) • Pleasant Weather Conditions To Start The Week

(06-25-2022) • Cold Front Set To Move In Late Saturday

(06-24-2022) • Martin Announces His Candidacy For Angola Mayor

(06-24-2022) • Fremont Music Fest Back With A Two Day Event

(06-24-2022) • Dry Conditions Continue Until Late Saturday Afternoon

(06-23-2022) • Orland Woman Goes Skydiving For 95th Birthday Celebration

(06-23-2022) • Driver Hospitalized After Asphalt Truck Overturns

(06-22-2022) • Male Suspect In Custody After Early Morning Stabbing Incident With Victim In Critical Condition

(06-22-2022) • Drivers Hospitalized After Tuesday Morning Crash

(06-22-2022) • Trine Professor Promotes Talking Less To Teach More

(06-22-2022) • A Cool Front Moves In After Today For A Short Visit

(06-21-2022) • Driver Says GPS Led Him To Get Car Stuck On Train Tracks

(06-21-2022) • Angola City Police Say Willow Tree Shoppes Incident Is An Active Investigation

(06-21-2022) • Northeast Indiana Jobless Rates Up In May

(06-21-2022) • Angola Store Closes After Racially Based Vandalism; Angola Mayor Responds

(06-21-2022) • Heat Advisory In Effect For Area On Tuesday

(06-21-2022) • Things Will Heat Up Tuesday

(06-20-2022) • Angola Store Closes After Racially Based Vandalism

(06-20-2022) • Three People Injured In Multi-Vehicle Accident Monday Morning

(06-20-2022) • Fire Crews Extinguish Flames At A DeKalb County House Fire Sunday Night

(06-20-2022) • Teen Injured After Crashing Go-Cart

(06-20-2022) • Brooks Informs Trine University Campus Community Of His Retirement Plans

(06-20-2022) • Temperatures Start To Climb Monday For A Hot Week

(06-19-2022) • Two Ohio Men Injured In Branch County Personal Watercraft Incident On Sunday

(06-19-2022) • Saturday T-Bone Crash Sends Three People To The Hospital

(06-18-2022) • Weekend Weather Looks Nice

(06-17-2022) • Driver Escapes After Semi Catches Fire

(06-17-2022) • The 2nd Angola's Got Talent Returns On Saturday

(06-17-2022) • Friday Kicks Off A Temperature Comfortable Weekend

(06-17-2022) • Fox Lake Unveiling And Dedication Of New State Marker On Saturday

(06-16-2022) • Auburn Hosting Light It Up: The Art Of Illumination

(06-16-2022) • Steuben County Community Foundation Announces 30th Anniversary Gift

(06-16-2022) • Northwest Ohio Authorities Continue Investigation At Stryker Juvenile Detention

(06-16-2022) • Sturgis Hospital Proposes Option For Staying Open 6/16/2022

(06-16-2022) • REMC Crews Still Working Wednesday Night

(06-16-2022) • Things Start To Cool Down Later Thursday

(06-15-2022) • Beat The Heat In Steuben County At A COOL Activity

(06-15-2022) • Excessive Heat Warning Remains In Effect Through Wednesday Night

(06-15-2022) • Inaugural Disc Golf Tournament In Angola

(06-15-2022) • Steuben County Soldiers Monument Tablets Receive Cleaning

(06-14-2022) • Heat Warning For The Tri-State Region Tuesday And Wednesday

(06-14-2022) • Severe Weather Rolls Through The Region Creating Problems

(06-14-2022) • Mountain Bike Patrol Launched In DeKalb County

(06-13-2022) • Power Fully Restored In Edgerton After Massive Outage

(06-13-2022) • An Excessive Heat Watch Is In Effect Through Wednesday

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

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

(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) • 18 Arrested in Indiana Meth Trafficking Ring

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

(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

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

(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

(04-23-2022) • 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

(04-20-2022) • Trine Makes Standardized Test Scores Optional For Potential Students

(04-20-2022) • Tuesday Morning Crash Kills One And Injures Another

(04-20-2022) • New Indiana Law Allows Judges To Determine Where Low Level Offenders Will Be Jailed

(04-20-2022) • Holcomb, 17 other governors oppose rules on charter school funds

(04-20-2022) • Warmer Weather Arriving Soon And Bringing Rain

(04-19-2022) • Angola Intersection Closure Scheduled For Thursday

(04-19-2022) • Indiana State Fair Plans To Celebrate State’s Automotive Heritage

(04-19-2022) • Mongo Food Pantry Open This Thursday

(04-19-2022) • Changes In Legal Counsel Leads To Third Delay In Murder Trial

(04-19-2022) • Man Dead After SUV Crashes Into Elkhart County River

(04-19-2022) • Man Arrested For Assaulting Woman He Held Captive

(04-19-2022) • Hoosier Governor Announces Millions Of Dollars For Broadband Expansion

(04-16-2022) • Trine’s High Voltage Dance Team Takes Fourth at NDA Collegiate National Championship

(04-16-2022) • I-69 Shuts Down Friday After Crane Blows Tire

(04-16-2022) • Indiana’s March 2022 Employment Report

(04-14-2022) • Bronson School Board Approves Therapy Dog

(04-14-2022) • Fatal Crash On 6 Near Ridgeville Corners

(04-14-2022) • Governor Holcomb Announces New Leader For Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles

(04-14-2022) • New Indiana Law Limits Schools To 3 Virtual Days

(04-13-2022) • Fremont Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash Near Crooked Lake

(04-11-2022) • Butler Industry With Deep Roots Announces Closure

(04-06-2022) • WorkOne Northeast Centers Return to In-Person Services

(04-06-2022) • Fremont High School Graduation Rescheduled For May 22

(04-06-2022) • Law Enforcement Officers Targeting Distracted Driving

(04-06-2022) • Virus Affecting Chicken Population in Northern Indiana

(04-06-2022) • Two Hurt In Car Crash Near Steel Dynamics

(04-06-2022) • Gas Tax Suspension Unlikely By Indiana Governor Holcomb

(04-06-2022) • Rainy Weather Conditions For Wednesday

(04-05-2022) • Fremont High School Graduation Rescheduled

(04-05-2022) • Warning Concerning Scam Infiltrating Indiana Department of Workforce Development

(04-05-2022) • City of Bronson Is Accepting Proposals Until Thursday For Leasing Farmland on Mill Street

(04-05-2022) • LaGrange County Sheriff’s Office welcomes new K-9

(04-05-2022) • April Last Month To Apply For Angola’s AIF/OCRA Small Business Loan

(04-05-2022) • Fog Tuesday With Rain Returning Through Wednesday

(04-04-2022) • Anniversary of 1974 Super Out real Tornados

(04-04-2022) • Voter Registration Deadline IS Monday For May Primary

(04-04-2022) • MSP investigating theft of ATV on Southern Road in California Township

(04-04-2022) • Michigan State Police Investigating Break In

(04-04-2022) • Indiana Governor Signs Bill For New Law Limiting Schools To Three E-Learning Days

(04-04-2022) • Indiana State Police Twitter Account Hacked

(04-04-2022) • Numerous Chances For Rain Will Occur All Week

(04-02-2022) • Stroh Honors June Cattell As She Celebrates 102 Years

(04-02-2022) • Steuben County sending six to state science fair

(04-02-2022) • Governor Holcomb Directs Flags To Be Flown at Half-Staff

(04-02-2022) • DeKalb County Man Arrested For His Connection To Wednesday Bank Robbery

(04-02-2022) • New law to limit IN schools to 3 eLearning days

(04-02-2022) • Weather Will Be Warming Up With Rain Abound

(03-31-2022) • Adult Use Marijuana Payments Coming To St. Joseph County

(03-30-2022) • Get Registered By April 4th To Vote In Upcoming Indiana Primary Election

(03-30-2022) • Shipshewana Hires 1st Full-Time Fire Chief

(03-30-2022) • Jobless Rates Move Up From January To February In Northeast Indiana

(03-29-2022) • Attorney General Todd Rokita cautions Hoosiers to do their homework on spring break

(03-28-2022) • Off-Roading Leaves Two Hospitalized After Vehicle Gets Stuck In Water

(03-28-2022) • Indiana’s Unemployment Rate Drops By A Small Margin

(03-28-2022) • Swerving Driver Causes Saturday Afternoon Traffic Backup On I-69

(03-28-2022) • Warming Trend In Temps Through Wednesday

(03-26-2022) • Sturgis To Start New Ambulance Service May 1

(03-26-2022) • Off-Roading Leaves Two Hospitalized After Vehicle Gets Stuck In Water

(03-25-2022) • Authorities Arrest Two People On Drug And Weapons Charges

(03-25-2022) • FDA Says Abbott Plant In Sturgis Didn't Maintain Sanitary Conditions

(03-25-2022) • Elkhart County Traffic Safety Partnership Stepping Up Patrols

(03-25-2022) • Hagerty Stepping Down As Angola Fire Chief To Regular Duty

(03-24-2022) • Bronson man given two to five year prison sentence following St. Joseph County fatal crash

(03-24-2022) • Mausteller Promoted To Captain With The Angola Fire Department

(03-24-2022) • Indiana Governor Directs Flags To Be Flown At Half Staff To Honor Former Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright

(03-23-2022) • MSP Investigating Break In And Theft

(03-23-2022) • Rick Shaffer Running For Seat On County Commission

(03-23-2022) • Cory Glasper Promoted Within The Ranks At The Angola Fire Department

(03-23-2022) • Eugene Bird Honored By Angola Mayor and Angola City Council

(03-23-2022) • MSP Investigating Coldwater Armed Robbery

(03-23-2022) • Wednesday Will Be Wet And With Possible Thunderstorms

(03-23-2022) • Authorities Are Stepping Up Patrols To Enhance School Bus Safety

(03-23-2022) • Emergency At Northwest Ohio Juvenile Center

(03-23-2022) • Gov. Holcomb signs bill eliminating permit requirement to carry handguns in Indiana

(03-23-2022) • Rain Expected Through The End of The Week

(03-21-2022) • Attorney General Todd Rokita warns Hoosiers of dangers of rent to own

(03-19-2022) • Elementary Teacher Announces Retirement At MSD; Principal Resigns For New Job Closer To Family