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SHIPSHEWANA — When Heidi Stoltzfus and her husband decided to open a toy store in Shipshewana, they wanted the toys on the shelves to be fun. But the mother of five children also wanted the store to b
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ANGOLA — Indiana will host a torch relay across the state as part of its 200th birthday celebration in 2016.
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Members of the West Noble High School choir, under the direction of Karena Wilkinson, dance to the Beach Boys tune “Little Saint Nick” at the Ligonier Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas meeting on Tuesda
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KENDALLVILLE — Until further notice, Parkview Noble Hospital and all Parkview Physicians Group offices in Noble County will implement restrictions on hospital visitors. The new rules are due to a rise
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – This week’s Highlight Zone was filled with above the rim action from all across northeast Indiana. Here are the top dunks from Friday: Malik Williams – Snider – two dunks vs. Wayne Paxton Bergdoll – Concordia – alley-oop against Luers Wes Davidson – Blackhawk Christian – monster jam at Canterbury Jeremy Kalonji – Carroll – fast break finish at Homestead
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homestead topped rival Carroll to headline a dunk-filled edition of The Highlight Zone. On the opening night of NHC boys play the host Spartans topped Carroll 46-34. Colgate University signee Dana Batt led the way with 16 for Homestead, while Jordan Geist tallied 11 points and Caleb Swanigan eight points and 10 rebounds while battling foul trouble. Kyle Mallers tallied 15 points to pace the Chargers. In other NHC play DeKalb downed Norwell 67-53 behind 17 points from Cole Hartman, Columbia City’s Brachen Hazen registered 17 points and 15 rebounds as the Eagles topped East Noble 47-30,...
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BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL BOYS: CARROLL 34 HOMESTEAD 46 (F) BOYS: NORWELL 53 DEKALB 67 (F) BOYS: EAST NOBLE 30 COLUMBIA CITY 47 (F) BOYS: NEW HAVEN 76 BELLMONT 48 (F) BOYS: NORTHROP 54 NORTH SIDE 66 (F) BOYS: WAYNE 38 SNIDER 61 (F) BOYS: BISHOP LUERS 47 CONCORDIA 57 (F) BOYS: BISHOP DWENGER 55 SOUTH SIDE 58 (F) BOYS: BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 75 CANTERBURY 72 (F) BOYS: JAY COUNTY 41 LEO 44 (F) BOYS: SOUTH ADAMS 47 HERITAGE 60 (F) BOYS: SOUTHERN WELLS 30 BLUFFTON 50...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Fort Wayne Mad Ants announce today that they have acquired Rio Grande Valley’s Gary Talton in a trade for their 2015 First Round Draft pick. Talton, pending a physical, will join the team tomorrow, December 20th, as they travel to play the Grand Rapids Drive at 7:00 p.m. Rio Grande Valley selected Talton 16th in the 4th round of the 2013 NBA Development League Draft. Talton started his collegiate basketball career at Mountain View Community College (Texas), where in his first season, led the Lions to a National Junior College Athletic Associate (NJCAA) Division III national...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, exploded in their victory at home beating the Westchester Knicks 113-96 Friday night at Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum in a second half offensive showcase. After a slow start to the first quarter, the Mad Ants pushed the Knicks to a 16 point hole, taking the lead at the half 58-42. Atlanta Hawks assignee, Mike Muscala lead the first half off the bench for the Mad Ants with 12 points and 5 rebounds in his debut back in Fort Wayne. Teammate and New Orleans Pelicans assignee, Russ Smith,...
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KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Surrendering three goals in the second period, the Kalamazoo Wings fell into a hole they couldn’t get out of, as the K-Wings lost 5-4 Friday night at Wings Stadium to the Fort Wayne Komets.   Coming out with the early momentum, the K-Wings found the back of the net just 5:48 into the contest with Gergo Nagy’s third of the season. Assisting on the tally were Eric Kattelus and Nathan Longpre. With the goal, Nagy extended his point streak to four games. Storming back in the second stanza, Christian Ouellet (4th) evened the game for the Komets by burying...
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