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ALBION — Bus routes are longer, semis are getting stuck trying to turn around and county roads are taking a beating while crews continue to work on S.R. 8.
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WNHS graduation is June 7
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KENDALLVILLE — Weightlifters will have an opportunity to see who is the strongest at the Cole Center Family YMCA’s first weightlifting contest Sunday, June 7.
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AVILLA — The town’s water utility is forecast to lose money this year, so residents’ water bills may be going up soon.
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KENDALLVILLE — Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann stopped in Kendallville Thursday to review the city’s efforts to eliminate blighted houses and industrial sites.
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KENDALLVILLE — Bixler Lake Park beaches will be open this weekend with lifeguards on duty.
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KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WANE) — Some call it entertainment. Others say it’s cruel. Take Our Poll An online petition to cancel a pig wrestling tournament at the Whitley County Fair has received more than 5,000 signatures. But more than a thousand have signed a different petition supporting the event. Kyle Bailey raises pigs in Noble County to be used in such tournaments. This year he will take them to Allen, Whitley, Noble, and two other county fairs. Bailey, 39, said his events are more humane than other pig wrestling tournaments. Teams have to catch a 200 to 300 pound pig in a mud pit, pick...
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Click to view slideshow. FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The Indiana Historical Society’s traveling Indiana Disasters exhibit is on display at the Fort Wayne History Center. The exhibit features photos and newspaper clippings from floods, tornadoes and other natural disasters to happen in Indiana’s history. On display are artifacts including souvenirs from the flood of 1982, which is when President Reagan helped pass out sandbags.  There is also a range of items displayed showing the advancements in technology in fire safety. The exhibit is open to the public through May 30. The History Center is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – In 2014, Josh VanMeter became the first position player from Northeast Indiana in TinCaps history. This year? He’ll become the first TinCap from Northeast Indiana to be turned into a bobblehead. Thanks to Source One Solutions the first 2,000 fans at Parkview Field on Sunday, Aug. 16 will receive a free Josh VanMeter bobblehead. The TinCaps host the Cedar Rapids Kernels (Minnesota Twins) that day at 1:05 p.m. “It’s terrific to be able to feature Josh on a bobblehead,” TinCaps President Mike Nutter said. “He’s a great prospect for the Padres, but he’s an even better young man. We...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  A FWCS school was the only school in Indiana to receive a grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. Bloomingdale Elementary School, located at 1300 Orchard St., was one of 131 schools across the country to receive part of $875,000 available for libraries. The school received $7,000 to help build its non-fiction collection, specifically adding books about different cultures, places in the world, technology, science, government, economics, careers and colleges. Part of the money will be used for fiction books, specifically new titles and books in Spanish. “When we thought about the grant, we discussed that there...
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WATERLOO, Ind. (WANE) – The athletic careers of DeKalb seniors Mark Beckmann and Collin Bice will continue at the college level. On Friday, Beckmann signed his National Letter of Intent to run cross country and track with Central Michigan University and classmate Bice signed to play baseball at Rockford University. Beckmann will join the Division 1 cross country and track programs at CMU. In the fall, he came in 5th place at the cross country state finals. At sectionals on Thursday he came in second in 1600m and 3200m. Bice will play basbeball for Division 3 Rockford. The Regents finished their season 18-22...
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AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) – Lakewood Park senior Chloe McRobbie will continue her softball career with Trinity Christian College. On Friday, and the senior signed her National Letter of Intent to play with the Trolls. McRobbie is a standout pitcher for the Panthers. She has seven wins this season with a 3.83 ERA. Trinity Christian College plays in the NAIA and finished this past season 10-30 overall. The Trolls are coached by Missy Bolhuis. McRobbie said she plans on studying to be either a history or theology teacher.
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