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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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FORT WAYNE, IN – In the fourth of 11 head-to-head meetings between the two teams this season, the Indy Fuel were defeated in a shootout by the Fort Wayne Komets by a final score of 2-1 on Thursday at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. With the shootout loss, the Fuel improved to 3-8-2-2 overall this season and with ten points, remain alone in seventh place in the ECHL’s North Division standings. After a scoreless first period, The Komets broke the ice at 5:45 of the middle frame when Garrett Muers potted an eve-strength rebound score, his first of the season,...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  At Apple Glen’s Best Buy people were lined up for quite a long time; some as many as 30 hours! They were trying to get the best buys, no pun intended, on this year’s hottest items. The question we asked customers waiting in line: Is it really worth the wait? How much money are you really saving? Check out the video to this story as we crunched the numbers behind Keith Smitt’s $1,500 purchase versus his savings. Let us know your thoughts!
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Thanksgiving is a time many of us count our blessings. This year Jill Mayo’s thankful CrossFit is helping her get a new lease on life. Jill, now 26, was diagnosed with leukemia when she was 17 years old. Initial chemotherapy treatments worked well, but when the cancer stopped responding to the medication, Jill had to have a bone marrow transplant. She beat the cancer, but then struggled with mobility. Spending 320 days undergoing treatments without much movement in a hospital over the course of a year and a half took a toll on her body. CrossFit, now a popular...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Anthony Wayne Services, or AWS, started in 1960 to help people with disabilities find jobs. The organization has grown extensively since that time. It provides services to nearly 8500 people across the country. AWS does work in eleven states spanning from California to New Jersey. There are several workshops in Fort Wayne. The workshops got their start when the non-profit found itself in an interesting situation. “The AWS non for profit, serving the same clients and customers that we do to this day, found itself becoming profitable. There’s a lot of non for profits that make money,...
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Before the holiday wish lists and mad buying rush each year comes a dose of nostalgia with the National Toy Hall of Fame’s annual picks for enshrinement. This year, bubbles, little green army men and the Rubik’s Cube took their place alongside past winners including Monopoly and Silly Putty. But is the road to such playtime immortality really all fun and games? According to the judges, well, yes. Sure, there’s occasional lobbying. The Hess gas station’s Facebook page suggested this 50th anniversary year was the perfect time to include its toy truck, and Raggedy Ann fans in yarn wigs...
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Galloping Gobbler Before eating their Thanksgiving dinners, more than 2,500  people made room for turkey and potatoes with an early morning run. They laced up their running shoes for the annual Galloping Gobbler at Saint Francis University. The 4 and 8 mile runs took participants through Saint Francis and the Lindenwood Cemetary. The Galloping Gobbler has become a local favorite and is one of the largest Thanksgiving Day runs in the state. Rescue Mission The Rescue Mission fed 3,000 meals to those in need on Thursday. The shelter cooked 160 turkeys, went through 20 crates of mashed potatoes and 20 crates of green beans. The Thanksgiving...
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