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ANGOLA — After the last doozy of a winter when a record 82 inches of snow buried the area, highway departments have had to play catch-up all year.
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AUBURN — Learning the ropes of being a jail confinement officer is pretty much an ongoing process.
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VA reopens local intensive care unit
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Members of the Save the Strand: Keep the Lights On committee, from left Tom Hullinger and Diane Peachey, committee chairperson, and helper Cindy Gordon greeted movie-goers Saturday at the Strand Theat
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Marching bands reach semi-state
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Jansen Family Dentistry, 230 S. Main St., Kendallville, was a popular stop for children seeking treats Saturday morning during the annual Main Street Business Association Trick or Treat on Main Street
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) – Carroll continued it’s cross country dominance at semi-state on Saturday held at The Plex. The Charger boys ran away from the field, finishing with a team score of 58, well ahead of second place Mt. Vernon (132). Carroll placed three runners in the top ten, including Cameron Clements who won the individual race in a time of 15:30.04, with teammate Jacob Schmelling finishing in third, just 16 seconds behind. West Noble and East Noble both advanced as a team to state as well. In the girls race, Carroll finished in second behind Penn. Homestead, Huntington North and...
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) – Dozens of sectional championships were handed out across the state in high school volleyball on Saturday, that includes a pair of 4A crowns in Fort Wayne. Behind dominating and balanced performances, both Carroll and Homestead earned sectional titles in 3-0 fashion. The Chargers jumped out quickly in the opening set in at Snider High School to roll to a sweep over East Noble. Homestead followed suit in the South Side sectional, downing Huntington North in straight sets. In 3A, defending state runner-up Concordia trounced Leo behind another big performance from Tionna Williams. The Cadets held serve...
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Fort Wayne, IN (Oct. 25, 2014) – The Missouri Mavericks dropped their second game of the season by a four point margin on Saturday night when they faced the offensive onslaught of the Fort Wayne Komets that sent them from the ice with a 6-2 loss. After trailing 3-0 for the first forty minutes of the game, the Mavericks broke onto the scoreboard with two quick goals in the third period to come within one of the Komets, but the momentum swung the opposite way just as quickly, with Fort Wayne racking up another 3 goals in the final half of...
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WARSAW, IN (WANE) – Homestead’s postseason run came to a heartbreaking end on Saturday night in Warsaw. The Spartans fell to Goshen in a shootout (4-3) that saw their season end with a 14-6-2 record in the 2A semi-state championship match. Homestead’s run included an upset of area powerhouse Canterbury in the regional finals and a 2-0 shutout of Harrison earlier in the day to advance to the semi-state finals. In 1A action, Blackhawk Christian saw its run come to an end during the morning semi-final session with a 4-1 loss to a Guerin Catholic team that is now 21-2 and...
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) – It’s become common place for Canterbury to be playing for a state soccer championship – this year it will be the girls representing in Indianapolis. The Cavaliers blanked Wheeler 2-0 on Saturday afternoon and followed that up with a 1-0 win over West Lafayette in the semi-state championship match. Canterbury (13-6-1) will meet Evansville Mater Dei (17-4-2) in the 1A state championship match next Saturday at Carroll Stadium. In 2A, Carroll managed a 1-0 win over Goshen in the morning session, but came up short in a 1-0 overtime loss to Fishers in the semi-state championship...
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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — Turnabout was fair play for the University of Saint Francis in a 38-20 shocker at NAIA No. 12-ranked Robert Morris University on a sun-bathed, windy Saturday afternoon near Chicago. USF senior quarterback Wesley Hunsucker threw four first-half touchdown passes in the first half and finished with 305 yards passing and Bradley Jarzab added a second-half TD pass for the Cougars. Hunsucker completed 86 percent of his passes connecting on 19-of-22 attempts without an interception. In the first meeting between RMU and USF at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium in 2013, the then unranked Eagles pulled out a 28-24 win over...
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