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WAWAKA —The Norfolk Southern Railroad crossing on C.R. 300W in Wawaka will be closed until Friday, the Noble County Emergency Management Agency and Noble County 911 Center said.
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KENDALLVILLE — The Kendallville City Council Tuesday granted a tax abatement to a rapidly growing local business.
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LAGRANGE — Nine directors were elected to serve as representatives for the LaGrange County 4-H Club Association board of directors at its annual meeting on Sept. 9 at the local 4-H fairgrounds.
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KENDALLVILLE — A special train with 36 restored passenger cars from the 1930s to 1950s will pass through Noble and DeKalb counties Thursday.
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LAGRANGE — The LaGrange County Courthouse is getting a face-lift.
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ALBION — An updated plan to address natural disasters in Noble County was unveiled Tuesday at a meeting in Albion.
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BLOOMING GROVE, Pennsylvania (AP) — Authorities hunting for a suspect a fatal ambush outside a rural Pennsylvania state police barracks chased down several mistaken sightings Wednesday as schools closed down and the public remained on edge. Law enforcement massed in a forested area to check out one of the latest tips, from workers who said they saw an armed person wearing camouflage, according to Trooper Tom Kelly, a state police spokesman. Police have been “getting sightings all over the place,” but none have panned out so far, he said. Authorities were looking for 31-year-old Eric Frein, who is charged with killing one...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A donation of toys and electronic will be used to enhance the quality of care for those at the Parkview Women’s and Children’s hospital. The nearly $29,000 donation was given to the hospital by Child’s Play Charities. The toys, games,  electronics, videos, video games, and iTunes gift cards will be used in physical and occupational therapies in the pediatrics unit and at Parkview Behavioral Health, according to the press release on the donation. Not only do they comfort and distract children during hospital stays, they can help engage and improve motor skills. “These technologies and play items help us not only...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Veterans Affairs Hospital in Fort Wayne will be hosting a Listening Post for people to share their experiences with the Northern Indiana Health Care System. Veterans, families and the public are invited to attend the meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Director Denise Deitzen and other key leaders will be there to listen to comments and concerns about the facility. A similar event was held in Marion on Tuesday evening. Anyone who plans to attend the Fort Wayne event is asked to RSVP at  (800) 360-8387 extension 71260. Leave your name and state that you...
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WEED, Calif. (AP) — Just days after a wildfire tore through a small Northern California town and destroyed scores of homes, crews on Wednesday battled another fast-moving blaze in the region that was also threatening residences. Hundreds of additional firefighters were dispatched to the fire near the town of Pollock Pines, about 60 miles east of Sacramento, bringing the number fighting the blaze to more than 2,500 personnel. That was an increase of about 1,000 from the previous day. The fire grew by thousands of acres overnight and had burned through nearly 29 square miles. It was threatening 500 homes, at least...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The Fort Wayne-Allen County Department of Health has released a report that indicates about one-third of children, ages 12 to 17, have been cyberbullied. Health officials say that kind of electronic harassment has all sorts of negative implications beyond the obvious ones. The study information was released Wednesday as part of the department’s Public Health Fast Facts, an ongoing effort to help people understand and improve the health of the community. Health experts have linked children’s use of electronic media to poorer sleep, depression, substance abuse and musculoskeletal problems. Heavy use of electronic devices also is known to...
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NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) — When country star Toby Keith stopped at Klipsch Music Center in the Indianapolis suburbs on Saturday, his fans used social media to talk about his apparent drunkenness. Multiple fans said via Twitter that Keith couldn’t remember lyrics to his songs while performing in Noblesville. Some joked about his drunkenness, but others said they felt their concert experience was ruined. Here are some of the tweets: So Toby Keith was terrible…he was so drunk u couldn't understand the words.. — CaSEy RoTE (@casey_mikel) September 14, 2014 99% sure Toby Keith was drunk tonight….not the best concert — Zac Coons (@zaccoons) September 14,...
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