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ALBION — In addition to bringing an art gallery and studio to downtown Albion, Dan Gagen has come home.
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KENDALLVILLE — She posed for one photographer but shook her head indicating “no” to others with cameras ready.
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KENDALLVILLE — The annual St. John Lutheran School Spring Auction will be Friday, May 8, at 6 p.m. at Sylvan Cellars Event Center, Rome City.
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Due to a reporter’s error, in a March 24 story on the March for Babies Walk, ambassador baby Hunter Lipely’s name was incorrect.
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KENDALLVILLE — A fire in baling machinery at Courier Kendallville Inc. for the second time in March had firefighters from Kendallville and Corunna responding to the scene Tuesday morning.
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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — A class of Prairie Heights High School introduction to business students recently completed a month-long project in creating and marketing a product.
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WANE) – Bishop Dwenger graduate and Purdue senior Ashley Burkhardt was selected with the 15th overall selection by the Dallas Charge in the National Pro Fastpitch college draft on Wednesday night. Burkhart was the final pick in the third round. An infielder, she was a First Team All-Big Ten selection last season after hitting .346 with 10 home runs. So far during her senior season she leads the team in most offensive categories including batting average (.406), home runs (8), and RBI (35).
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MARION, Ind. (WANE)  An assistant fire chief in Marion has accepted a demotion after being accused of throwing a noose at another firefighter. That firefighter spoke out for the first time Wednesday since the incident got national attention. “Calls my name, Mickey, throws it at me and I catch it with my right hand and I was just instantly upset, disgust, angry but more I was stunned,” said Mikel Neal. Neal said it took at least two weeks for him to tell his wife. “Total disbelief. My heart ached. I couldn’t imagine how he had been dealing with that alone,” said Rachelle Fears-Neal. Rachelle said...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Snider High School graduate and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Rod Woodson has collected plenty of memorabilia during his 30-plus years in the game of football. Later this month a good chunk of his personal collection will be up for auction. Woodson has partnered with SCP Auctions to sell off over 70 personal items from his collection in the month of April. Viewing on SCP’s website began today, with online bidding opening April 8 and running through April 25. “Rod is selling his collection to make room for his childrens’ trophies,” Terry Melia of SCP Auctions...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Following the national backlash surrounding RFRA, we caught up with a former U.S. Representative and Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court at IPFW Wednesday to get their opinions. As you know, they say this is a huge issue for the state. Plus, other political experts at the university talked with us about how this may impact Governor Pence’s chances of being re-elected as well as landing a presidential nomination. “This is a serious matter for the state of Indiana, and the politicians surely know that,” Former U.S. Representative Lee Hamilton said. Many are asking how Indiana can gain its...
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CLARK COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – Investigators have determined the driver of a charter bus was to blame for crash on Interstate 65 in Henryville. On March 12, members of Indiana Tech men’s and women’s bowling team were traveling to Tennessee to compete in a United States Bowling Congress Sectional Competition. The driver, Rex Altenburg, 76 of Fort Wayne, drove the bus off the left side of the road for an unknown reason, according to Indiana State Police-Sellersburg. Officials said he over corrected causing the charter bus to slide on its side across both southbound lanes. It rotated clockwise and was facing...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Two dogs, designed for friendship, now have a forever home. After being brought to Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control, Hercules and Muellas have been adopted by a family from Antwerp, Ohio. The pair were dropped off at the shelter on Feb. 27, 2015 because the owner couldn’t afford to care for them. Animal Care and Control officials said they tried to split up Herclues, a Pit-Bull-Lab mix, and Muellas, a Rat-Terrier mix. They found that the eight-year-old dogs were better together. Theses two dogs, Hercules and Meullas, do everything together. A donor paid for the adoption fee of...
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