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KENDALLVILLE — The East Noble School Corp. Board of Trustees voted unanimously Wednesday night to settle a lawsuit filed by the East Noble Education Association and its officers that alleged the board
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AUBURN — DeKalb Health announced Thursday that Fred Price, its president and chief executive officer, has resigned effective Jan. 27, 2015.
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KENDALLVILLE — A fire in baling machinery at Courier Kendallville Inc. had four area fire departments responding to the scene early Thursday morning.
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KENDALLVILLE — Women can put their stamp on history this month at the Kendallville Public Library.
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ANGOLA — Steuben County is going to proceed by itself after the Federal Emergency Management Administration froze funding for projects in Indiana.
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WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Marlin Stutzman says entries are being accepted for the 2015 Congressional Art Competition.
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis Colts will not re-sign wide receiver Reggie Wayne, the team announced on Friday. Wayne has been with the team for 14 seasons. This story will be updated.
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TAMPA, FL (WFLA) – Good news in the case of an abused dog found shot and tied to railroad tracks in Tampa: She is now out of surgery and resting comfortably. The sight was both heartwarming and heartbreaking: A sweet pup on an operating table, hooked up to IV’s, moments away from possibly having her leg amputated. The story of Cabela has touched hearts all over the world. People who hear the story of this Tampa dog are shocked, saddened and horrified. The pitbull mix was found shot, tied to railroad tracks, and left to die in Tampa on Wednesday. Tampa Police rescued the...
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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – The Sandy Hook Advisory Commission will be presenting their final report today to Governor Dannel Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman. The Commission formed in the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Shooter Adam Lanza took the lives of 26 people, most of them children in December of 2012. The 16 member panel reviewed policies on public safety, school safety, mental health issues and gun laws in the state of Connecticut.  They drafted a nearly 300 page report focusing on all of these issues.  The report is expected to outline needed changes pertaining to all...
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A piece of property once owned by one of Wisconsin’s most notorious criminals was sold this past weekend to the TV host of “Ghost Adventures” on the Travel Channel. The auctioneer, George Pientka, says, “It was crazy. All the calls from all over the United States and from Canada.” Pientka has been auctioning antiques for 15 years, but says few have as much of a story as a dusty cauldron abandoned in a client’s garage. Pientka describes when he first saw the cauldron: “I go, yeah a cauldron. They come up once in a while. And he says, well this one was owned...
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PETOSKEY, Mich. (WOOD) — A once-a-year viewing of an underwater crucifix beneath the surface of Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay is scheduled for Saturday. Visitors will be able to walk out onto the frozen lake where a huge viewing hole has been cut into the ice to see the crucifix which is located 22 feet below the surface. (Underwater crucifix in Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay) This weekend is the only time all year that non-divers will be able to see the 11-foot, 1,850 pound cross made of Italian marble and also featuring a 5-foot 5-inch figure of Christ. The viewing is scheduled from...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The dress took the Internet by storm last week, but now The Salvation Army’s response to it is getting attention. The Twitter account for the Johannesburg, South Africa branch of the non-profit had a tweet with an ad that takes a different spin on the dress. Last week, people around the world debatedwhether the dress was white and gold or black and blue. The Salvation Army took the opportunity to start a conversation about abuse, asking, “Why is it so hard to see black and blue?” Is it so hard 2 see black & blue? 1 in 6 women...
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