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Incidents in which a confrontation with a bail jumper ends in violence are an extreme rarity, area bail bondsmen say.
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A group of campers gather at a site for a little jam session during the Northern Indiana Bluegrass Association’s Tri-State Bluegrass Festival at the Noble County Fairgrounds in Kendallville this week.
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KENDALLVILLE — Rain barrels decorated by local artists will be sold in an auction today at 9:30 a.m. at American Legion Post 86, 322 S. Main St.
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KENDALLVILLE — The story “High-tech headstone honors community leader” on Thursday’s News-Sun page A9 incorrectly reported words on the headstone.
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The IPFW men’s soccer team came from behind to scrap out a 2-2 tie with Western Michigan on Sunday afternoon at the Hefner Soccer Complex. Raphael Kotzock anchored the team with six saves. Kotzock made a game-saving stop in the first overtime as the Bronco striker tried to send one by in the center of the goal. Of Kotzock’s six saves, three came in the first half. After fighting through a scoreless first half, Scott Williams opened the scoring for the Mastodons in the 58th minute. After receiving Jacob Murphy‘s cross from the left side, Williams found the...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The IPFW women’s soccer team wrapped up the weekend home slate on Sunday afternoon with a come-from-behind 6-4 win over Northern Kentucky (1-1-1)—the first victory of the 2014 season for the Mastodons (1-2-0). The match opened up an afternoon double-header at Hefner Field with the IPFW men’s soccer team hosting Western Michigan in the second game of the day. The six goals by the home team tied for second-most in program history and marked just the fifth time IPFW had accomplished the feat. The last time the Mastodons recorded six scores in a single game was eight years ago to the day...
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FORT WAYNE, IN. (WANE) – Win and they’re in – that’s the reality now facing the TinCaps after a Sunday night doubleheader sweep of Bowling Green. With the East Division race for the final wild card spot air tight, Fort Wayne has moved itself into pole position with 3-1 and 2-1 wins. Kyle Lloyd was sharp on the mound in game one for Fort Wayne, surrendering just one run while striking out eight batters in four innings of work. The fourth inning was the difference for the TinCaps with all three of their runs coming by way of Ferenado Perez bat....
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Bud Cauley won the Hotel Fitness Championship on Sunday to regain his PGA Tour card, earning $180,000 in the Web.com Tour Finals opener. Cauley closed with a bogey-free 7-under 65 at Sycamore Hills for a one-stroke victory over Colt Knost. The 24-year-old former Alabama player won his first professional title. “I’ve dreamt of winning golf tournaments on tour,” Cauley said. “It’s probably 80-20 between celebration and relief. It was a lot of fun today. Winning is what we aspire to do.” Sidelined six weeks this summer after dislocating his left shoulder, Cauley birdied five of the first six...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The question of what constitutes a conflict of interest and why it matters for public officials has run throughout a string of high-profile ethics scandals in Indiana recently. State Rep. Eric Turner’s conflicts — as he represented both the people of his central Indiana district and his family’s nursing home business — eventually grew too much for House Speaker Brian Bosma, who announced last week that he would remove him from his leadership role in the House. And Troy Woodruff’s work overseeing the Indiana Department of Transportation as it purchased land in southwest Indiana from him and his family...
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JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) – Police in Johnson County say corn stalks helped lead them to a suspected car thief. Police say a homeowner called them Saturday and said that someone had broken into his garage and stolen his car. When police arrived to the home in the 4500 block of North County Road 600 East, they began investigating the area around the home. Nearby, detectives noticed a car had driven through a cornfield. As they followed the tire tracks, officials discovered the car had driven back on the roadway.  Corn stalks that had fallen from the car onto the roadway, led police to...
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