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This newspaper will not publish an edition on Friday, so that our employees can enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday.
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LIGONIER — Alco Stores Inc., the retail chain catering to small Midwestern towns since 1901, is shutting down all of its 198 stores, according to the company’s website.
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AUBURN — DeKalb Health hospital said Wednesday its mandated water testing, performed over the weekend, came back with a result of 100 percent negative for Legionella or any other bacteria.
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KENDALLVILLE — The Francis Vinyard VFW Post 2749, 127 Veterans Way, Kendallville, is hosting a wild game meal for members, their guests and the public on Saturday starting at 2 p.m.
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(Above) Charlene Smith pulls the fifth turkey she roasted Monday from the oven as her son-in-law George Llera carves a bird that finished roasting earlier. The Smith family puts together a meal that f
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FORT WAYNE — At the time it was called the “most significant marijuana seizure in northeast Indiana in several years,” by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is spending a quiet Thanksgiving at the White House where the belly-stuffing menu featured all the holiday’s basics. There’s thyme-roasted turkey and honey-baked ham, cornbread stuffing and oyster stuffing, braised winter greens and macaroni and cheese. Don’t forget the green bean casserole, sweet potato gratin, mashed potatoes and dinner rolls. If there’s room for dessert, the Obamas can pick from among six pies: banana cream, coconut cream, pumpkin, apple, pecan and cherry. The president said in his weekly radio and Internet address that the first family planned to spend the day with friends and family — catching...
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Viewers sent in their holiday photos, including shots from the “Night of Lights” in downtown Fort Wayne. Click here to check out the gallery. And click here to send in photos of your own. 
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NEW YORK (AP) — Millions of Americans are expected to head to the stores for holiday gift shopping on Thanksgiving in what’s quickly becoming a new holiday tradition. Just a few years ago when a few stores started opened late on the holiday, the move was met with resistance from workers and shoppers who believed the day should be sacred. Last year, more than dozen major retailers opened at some point on Thanksgiving evening. And this year, at least half of them — including Target, Macy’s, Staples and J.C. Penney — are opening earlier in the evening on the holiday. The Thanksgiving openings...
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — What if you could have a heaping helping of Thanksgiving dinner without a side of family drama? You can at a Friendsgiving, an informal (usually wine- or whiskey-fueled) gathering popular among 20- and 30-somethings at this time of year. The movement’s origin remains unclear, but online references to it date from at least as early as 2009. For some guests, such occasions represent a second holiday meal; and for others, an alternative to a traditional family celebration. Many Friendsgivings happen in the weeks leading up to Turkey Day, but the date varies — as does the nature of the dinner...
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JASPER, Ind. (AP) — Authorities have identified the three people who died in a southern Indiana apartment fire. Dubois County Coroner Bob Veatch says the predawn fire in Jasper Wednesday killed 3-year-old Robert Parsley; his mother, 20-year-old Linsey Parsley; and her boyfriend, 20-year-old Alex Snedeker. Fire Chief Kenny Hochgesang tells The Herald the child had been taken from his bedroom and all three victims were found near a window in another room. He says investigators believe the fire started in a clogged dryer vent in the upstairs apartment of a two-story house. Mayor Terry Seitz says a passerby woke up residents of the...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The city of Indianapolis can proceed with its plan to allow deer hunting for the first time ever in a municipal park, a judge ruled Wednesday. Marion Superior Court Judge Robert Altice denied a temporary injunction to block the hunt that had been sought by a park user who challenged the deer cull in court. The lawsuit filed earlier this month by Wayne Larry Peavler claims the city parks board overstepped its authority when it approved the hunt at the 3,900-acre Eagle Creek Park without proper notice and public comment and that it inappropriately circumvented the City-County Council. It...
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