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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is looking for the driver of a vehicle that took a spin in a local cornfield this past weekend, damaging the crop
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Prairie Heights High School theater students competed at Huntington University last weekend and captured third-place honors to advance to state competition. Students performed the show, “Rachael Cory”
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KENDALLVILLE — Basket Brigade applications will be accepted through Friday, Nov. 7.
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The VA Northern Indiana Health Care System hosted a press conference on October 25 to celebrate the reopening of its Intensive Care Unit. FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Veteran Affairs of Northern Indiana Health Care System held a press conference Saturday to reinstate the Intensive Care Unit Services at the Fort Wayne campus. The VA opened two beds for patients at its campus located at 2121 Lake Ave. The next two beds are expected to open in the next two months, Director of the VA Indiana Healthcare System, Denise Deitzen said. The healthcare’s ICU closed in October of 2012. In its absence, a partnership was created...
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LORDSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — General Motors is setting up more than 8,500 solar panels at its assembly plant in northeastern Ohio that makes the Chevrolet Cruze. The automaker says the solar installation at the plant in Lordstown is its largest in the U.S. The 2.2 megawatt solar project will be able to power about 1.5 percent of the plant. GM says that’s enough to reduce the equivalent of 2,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions. The project at the assembly complex just outside Youngstown is on schedule to be finished at the end of this year. GM a year ago finished installing solar panels on...
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CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana city known for one of the nation’s longest building booms wants to do even more despite concerns that road repairs and other services aren’t being funded. Carmel Councilman Rick Sharp tells The Indianapolis Star the city is engaging in a “shell game” by moving money around to pay for projects. Mayor Jim Brainard wants the Indianapolis suburb to approve millions of dollars in bonds to a private developer to build a parking garage and other infrastructure. There are no guarantees that taxpayers won’t ultimately wind up footing the bill. Brainard says he wants to complete the...
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MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) — Authorities investigating a deadly shooting at a Washington state high school say a cafeteria worker attempted to stop the gunman. Snohomish County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Shari Ireton said in a statement Saturday morning that the on-scene investigation at Marysville-Pilchuck High School north of Seattle was finished. A .40-caliber handgun was recovered. Ireton says it is believed that was the weapon used in the Friday morning shooting that left one girl dead. Authorities say the gunman — a popular freshman at the school — fatally shot himself. Four other young people were badly wounded. Ireton says two other students were...
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GARY, Ind. (AP) — Relatives of a Gary woman missing since February are hoping for the best as they await word on whether she is one of the unidentified women whose bodies have been found in abandoned houses. Fifty-two-year-old Sonya Billingsley was last seen Feb. 7. Her sister, Salethia Sims, tells The Times she was last seen leaving a relative’s house not far from the buildings where some victims were found. Police have charged Darren Vann, 43, with murder in the deaths of 19-year-old Afrikka Hardy and 35-year-old Anith Jones. Hardy’s body was found Friday in a Hammond motel, and police say...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The position for Allen County Sheriff is up for grabs after being held by Ken Fries for nearly 8 years. Republican candidate David Gladieux is running for Sheriff against Democrat David Roach. Gladieux won the nomination over Indiana State Trooper Luke NaThalang in the May primaries. Gladieux is currently the Chief Deputy with the Allen County Sheriff’s Department. He has been with the department for 28 years serving in various positions such as K9 handler and road patrol. Gladieux is also a lifelong resident of Allen County. Roach has been active with Fort Wayne organizations including the Rescue Mission,...
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