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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — The Prairie Heights Schools Board of Education approved advertising a $15.9 million budget for 2015 at Monday’s regular meeting.
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INDIANAPOLIS — The unemployment rate continued to fall throughout the area in September, with all four counties seeing rates of 5 percent or less for the month, according to reports released Wednesday
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KENDALLVILLE — An amendment to the Kendallville’s comprehensive plan identifies a neighborhood in need of revitalized housing and targets the area for housing upgrades beginning in 2016.
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The Kendallville Public Library’s legislative committee will host a meet the candidates forum Thursday, Oct. 30, for those running in East Noble School Corporation Board of Trustees races.
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ALBION — The Central Noble Community School Corporation Board of Education on Tuesday approved changes to its take-home vehicle policy.
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HOWE — The Howe Lions Club took a closer look a local education during its last meeting.
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The Lott IMPACT Trophy has named its quarter-finalists for the 2014 annual Lott IMPACT Trophy. The 20 student-athletes represent the qualities embodied by the award – Integrity, Maturity, Performance, Academics, Community and Tenacity. The Pac-12 had seven players on the list, the SEC and ACC both had four, the Big Ten and Big 12 two each plus one from Notre Dame. Eight semi-finalists will be chosen Nov. 11 with ballots then sent to more than 400 national voters, a panel that includes former coaches and players, members of the media, past Lott IMPACT Trophy winners and finalists as well as members of the...
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ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) – In less than two weeks, folks in Allen County will vote ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to reorganizing county government.  The proposal:  going from three county commissioners to just one county executive. These election board documents show there’s a lot of money being thrown at both sides.  A lot of larger business in support of the change while many county farm bureaus feel strongly against it. Roger Hadley President of the Allen County Farm Bureau is against the idea of just having one county executive.  He’s afraid people in the community will lose their voice. “They are going to lose their...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Colts linebacker Erik Walden has been fined $27,562 after being ejected for making contact with an official during Sunday’s victory over Cincinnati. Walden says he didn’t mean to bump umpire Bruce Stritesky late in the first half. Instead, Walden says he was trying to move around Stritesky so he could hear and see which Bengals player was talking to him. Walden acknowledged he was surprised when the flag came out. He also showed reporters the letter he received from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Indianapolis (5-2), which led 10-0 at the time,...
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CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — A coroner says that three of seven women whom a man allegedly confessed to killing remain unidentified and that she has renewed her appeal to the public for help. Lake County Coroner Merilee Frey told reporters Wednesday that two largely skeletonized bodies pose the biggest challenges. She says both bodies are of African-American females. One had a silver-colored bracelet with the words “Best Aunt.” Frey says skeletonization can occur in just weeks in some cases or take years, so when the deaths occurred isn’t clear. Frey says 17 different families have called her office inquiring about the bodies....
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Wednesday expressed optimism about the Ebola situation in the U.S. as he met with his Ebola response team, including his first meeting with his new point man on the deadly disease. Obama noted that numerous relatives of the only person to die of Ebola in the U.S. have been released from quarantine, and two nurses from a Dallas hospital who were infected with the virus as a result of treating that individual “seem to be doing better.” He also said a declaration by the World Health Organization that Nigeria is now Ebola-free was a hopeful...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama condemned fatal shootings in Canada on Wednesday as “outrageous attacks.” ”We’re all shaken by it,” he said. Obama said the motive for the shootings remained unknown. But he said as more becomes known, that information will be factored into U.S. security considerations. “We have to remain vigilant,” he said. Obama spoke by telephone Wednesday with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Obama said he offered condolences on behalf of the American people. A Canadian soldier standing guard at a war memorial in the capital of Ottawa, Ontario, was shot and killed Wednesday. Gunfire also erupted inside Parliament nearby,...
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