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HOWE — Members of Ark, a the local nonprofit animal advocacy group that operates the Ark Animal Sanctuary, are putting the final touches on an annual fundraising dinner and auction that will be held t
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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 Rome City Chamber of Commerce held its annual chili cook-off Saturday at the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site pavilion. Rome City residents were invited to enter their homemade chilies tha
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The reigning NAIA women’s national championship team received their rings Tuesday night at Hutzell Athletic Center as Saint Francis hosted “Cougar Madness” to kick off the basketball season. The USF women’s team went 38-0 last season, capturing the national title. While Skylarr Shurn, Kalah Baer, and Jenelle Wilson have all graduated Brooke Ridley leads a solid group of returnees. The Cougars open the season against St. Xavier on October 31 at a tournament in Mishawaka. On the men’s side, USF lost all-American Scott Kohne to graduation, but Austin Fox returns to lead a group that opens the...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Millions of dollars of federal funding for early childhood education won’t be coming to Indiana because Gov. Mike Pence has decided not to sign an application for an $80 million federal grant. The deadline for the grant was extended until Wednesday, and Indiana is only one of 16 states to qualify. However, Governor Pence said he’s sticking to his decision despite numerous appeals from lawmakers, Superintendent Glenda Ritz, and the State Board of Education. Members of the Indiana State Board of Education said, “We are concerned that not pursuing these funds will leave low-income families across the state and especially...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Sectional girls volleyball action opened on Tuesday night all across the state and locally 3A no. 2 Concordia downed swept Garrett 3-0 (25-9, 25-19, 25-12). The Cadets, who made it to the 3A title match last year, were led by Tionna Williams with 17 kills. Erica Shively added 10 kills for the Cadets. Concordia advances to face SAC rival Bishop Luers in the sectional semifinals on Saturday. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SECTIONALS 3A AT CONCORDIA H.S. 3A: CONCORDIA 3 GARRETT (F) 3A AT FAIRFIELD H.S. 3A: FAIRFIELD 3 WHITKO (F) 2A AT BLUFFTON H.S. 2A: EASTSIDE 3...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Emily Spencer moved into second place on the all-time IPFW women’s volleyball kill list as the Mastodons dropped a non-league match to Western Michigan, 3-1 (23-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-9). Spencer passed Laura Douglas (1,904) early in the first set, and ended her night with 11 kills for a new career total of 1,914. Spencer led all players with three aces in the match while adding eight digs. Sarah Heckman and Kendall Wienkes led the ‘Dons on the night with 12 kills each. Wienkes led the team with nine digs while Heckman led the way with four blocks. Mallory...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Before delivering a lecture as part of IPFW’s 2014-2015 Omnibus Lecture Series, Neil deGrasse Tyson sat down with NewsChannel 15’s Jesse Hawila. Astrophysicist deGrasse Tyson hosted the show  “Cosmos,” and he has also served on advisory councils for NASA and former President George W. Bush. Tickets for his lecture, “This Just In: Latest Discoveries in the Universe” were all spoken for less than an hour after they became available in September. Watch the video in this article to see the full interview with deGrasse Tyson. The interview includes topics like religious creationism versus science, major discoveries possible over the next...
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HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WANE) Instead of serving up pizzas at their new location, the owners of a local pizza shop are cleaning up after a fire. Tuesday was supposed to be opening day for Jimmy Pop’s Pizza Shop in Huntington. Instead, they’re spending it scrambling, after they said someone set the fire just after midnight. Health and fire officials were scheduled for the final walk-through Tuesday morning at Jimmy Pop’s Pizza Shop before it opened for business. “Everything was supposed to be good to go and we had everything ready and we were pumped up and a little bit of a hiccup,” said Clifford Coon, Co-owner...
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