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LAGRANGE — The Minis are coming, the Minis are coming.
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KENDALLVILLE — Kendallville Iron & Metal started about 50 years ago in a concrete building off Main Street that’s now home to a Northern Indiana Fuel & Light Co. office, behind the Family Vide
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American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana recently received a $2,000 grant from the Noble County Community Foundation and its supporting organization, Community Initiatives Inc., to assist with the Pill
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ANGOLA — Trine University’s emerging Doctor of Physical Therapy program has been granted candidacy status by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education, moving forward in the accred
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ALBION —Members of the Noble County Relay for Life celebrated hitting and surpassing a goal that had wager attached at the wrap-up party on Thursday. Noble County relayers raised a gross amount of $41
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KENDALLVILLE — The city Water Department is finishing work on the Garden Street culvert and the street should be open to traffic today or Monday.
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GRANT COUNTY, Ind. (WANE)  The former town marshal of Sweetser is facing two felony counts of official misconduct. State police launched an investigation into Chris Tarlton, 33, after getting a tip that he had allegedly provided false information when buying an handgun for an acquaintance. Tarlton is accused of writing an official letter to a gun supply company identifying the acquaintance as a police officer. This information was false and was an attempt to buy the gun at a discounted law enforcement rate. Detectives also learned that Tarlton was certified as a drug recognition expert (DRE). To remain certified, Tarlton was required...
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KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, Ind. (WANE)- Police in Kosciusko County are investigating a moped crash that left a Warsaw man in critical condition. According to the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department, police responded at approximately 5:15 p.m. Friday to a 911 report of a moped crash on State Road 25 south of County Road 250 South. Officers found the driver, Shannon L. Hursey, 38, of Warsaw, in the roadway suffering from a severe head injury. Police said Hursey was airlifted to Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, where he is in critical but stable condition. The initial investigation determined that Hursey was southbound as he drove his...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Ebola virus outbreak in Africa is a world-wide concern, and now the CDC’s issued a travel alert for three countries. While health officials said the chances of the virus reaching northeast Indiana are extremely low, they are prepared to react if someone in the area contracted it. The outbreak in parts of Africa has killed more than 700 people and sickened 1,300 more since March. The Ebola virus is spread through contact with blood or other bodily fluids or contact with a contaminated surface, Dr. Deb McMahan said. The virus, she said, can live on a surface...
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GRANT COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – Police arrested a former Sweetser Town Marshal on Thursday on two official misconduct charges. According to Indiana State Police, officers received information that Chris Tarlton, 33, of Marion, gave false information when buying a handgun for an acquaintance. Police said Tarlton lied, saying the acquaintance was a police officer, so he could get the discounted law enforcement rate for the gun. During the investigation, police also found out Tarlton asked a Sweetser man to smoke marijuana so Tarlton could perform a required drug recognition expert exam on him. Tarlton was certified as a drug recognition expert (DRE)...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Troy Woodruff knew his family’s sale of nearly 3 acres of prime land near an Indiana highway project he oversaw as a top state transportation official would raise eyebrows. He did not disclose the sale even though the agency’s ethics director recommended he do so. His secrecy about the land deal did not break Indiana law, the state’s top ethics watchdog said Friday after a 19-month investigation. But Inspector General David Thomas said it went “right up to the line.” The Woodruff case is the third investigation of a high-profile state official this year. In all three cases, ethics...
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DETROIT (AP) — The government said Friday that General Motors vehicle owners should recheck the company’s recall identification website if previous checks indicated their cars aren’t being recalled. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said GM’s vehicle identification number, or VIN, look-up system has been incorrectly telling some owners that their cars aren’t involved in recalls if parts for the repairs aren’t ready. The system should have said the cars were under active recalls. The agency said it asked GM to fix the problem, and owners checking Friday evening or later should see the correct information. Owners can also call the company...
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