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SHIPSHEWANA — Sherry Reno of New Castle, was named the winner of a locally made quilt as part of a promotion offered by the Shipshewana Retail Merchants Association.
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LAGRANGE — Breakfast with the Birds is back on Wednesday at the Maple Wood Nature Center in rural LaGrange.
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A March 23 Neighbors feature stated Gran Roberts designed the Lil’ Chargers mascot and flag for West Noble Primary School.
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LAGRANGE — Blocks are often just thought of as a children’s toys, but experts say few parents realize just how important those blocks can be to a child’s development.
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BLUFFTON, Ind. (WANE) – A seven year veteran of the Indiana State Excise Police was arrested Monday afternoon. Bluffton police arrested Jeremy W. Reed, 37, Bluffton, on preliminary charges of sexual misconduct with a minor and dissemination of matter harmful to minors. Information from Indiana State Excise Police Corporal Brandon Thomas said Reed was arrested shortly before 4 p.m. Details on what led to his arrest have not been released. Reed is expected in Wells County Circuit Court Tuesday. Indiana State Excise Police Superintendent Matt Strittmatter has placed Reed on administrative leave and ordered an internal investigation. Reed holds the rank of officer with the state...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) –  Social media has played a major role in the Religious Freedom debate. The hashtags #RFRA, #ReligiousFreedom, and #ReligiousFreedomRestorationAct have been trending on Twitter and Facebook since Thursday. Complete Coverage | Religious Freedom Restoration Act “What social media allows for is advocacy on either side of an issue. It allows people to state their case, to talk about why something is important to them, and reach out to their network in a way that just wasn’t possible ten years ago. It used to be if I wanted to share my opinion with you, I’m old enough to remember a time...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – St. Francis topped Spring Arbor 3-2 in game one and 10-7 in game two in college softball on Monday afternoon in Fort Wayne. The Cougars won the first game in the bottom of the seventh on a walk-off double by Alyssa Keller (Adams Central H.S.) that plated Abby White. The Cougars out-slugged SAU in the second game to improve to 7-7 overall and 2-4 in Crossroads League play.
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Komets gained four points in three games for week 24 of 2014-15 and improved to 44-16-6 and 94 points after 66 games. The Komets continue to trail first-place Toledo in the ECHL’s North Division by two points with two weeks and six games remaining. Wednesday the Komets tripped up the Jackals at Elmira 7-3 and tied the season high of seven goals in a game while scoring a season high five goals in the first period. Eric Faille posted a four-point night with two goals and two assists and Shawn Szydlowski had a three-point...
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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) —  Chicago-based rock group Wilco announced Monday that it is canceling its May concert in Indianapolis in response to Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The band announced the canceled concert on its Facebook and Twitter pages, writing: “The Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act feels like thinly disguised legal discrimination to us. Hope to get back to the Hoosier state someday when this odious measure is repealed. Refunds available at point of purchase.” The band was scheduled to play the Murat on May 7. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act has drawn national ire and criticism since Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) —  City code in Fort Wayne clearly states that area businesses cannot discriminate based on sexual orientation. But legal experts said Indiana’s controversial religious objections law overrules city code — allowing for previously outlawed discrimination. Complete Coverage | Religious Freedom Restoration Act Currently, Indiana’s anti-discrimination laws don’t include sexual orientation. But Fort Wayne city code is more specific, stating: It shall be unlawful for any person or establishment which caters or offer its services or facilities or goods to the general public to discriminate against anyone because of race, sex, color, religion, disability, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, age, or sexual orientation. “That...
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