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LAGRANGE — The LaGrange County Public Library’s computer check-out system, Evergreen Indiana, is getting an update. That’s the good news. The bad news is the system will be disrupted and down during t
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We will not publish a newspaper Thursday, Christmas Day, so that our employees may enjoy the holiday.
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ALBION — The Albion Town Council honored one of its own at his last meeting with the group Tuesday, as well as five employees reaching employment milestones with the town.
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The new Central Noble Schools sign with light-emitting diode lettering for messages is now operating at the corner of East Main Street and Cougar Court by Albion Elementary School. Installation of the
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FORT WAYNE — The Noble and Steuben county sheriff’s departments took part in a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency operation that resulted in five people being charged in an alleged heroin-dealing conspiracy
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Fort Wayne, Ind. (WANE) – Students and teachers at Snider High School have been adopting families through the Allen County Christmas Bureau for 20 years. This year they adopted 24 of them. They talked with News Channel 15’s Terra Brantley about what it takes to adopt families and why they like helping others have a brighter holiday season. The Allen County Christmas Bureau is already planning for next year. Anyone who would like to adopt a family in 2015, can call 260-710-2163 for more information. Those who sign up must be ready to supply non-perishable food, personal items and new gifts.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Four death row inmates are suing Ohio officials over a new state law that shields the names of companies that provide the state with lethal injection drugs. Attorneys for the inmates claim in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that the law violates their free speech rights by concealing the identities of those to whom they would like to direct their messages about the death penalty. They also contend it restricts information that helps inform the public debate over capital punishment. The new restrictions cleared the Legislature last week, and Gov. John Kasich signed the law Friday. They take effect...
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CLEVELAND (AP) — A man imprisoned for murder for nearly two decades was acquitted Tuesday as prosecutors in Cleveland dropped the charges against him but stopped short of conceding his innocence. Anthony Lemons, 40, had sought to clear his name and said a burden was lifted from him as a Cuyahoga County judge acquitted him, The Plain Dealer of Cleveland reported. He said he will pursue state compensation for wrongful imprisonment and would use any such payment to start a program to help released inmates transition back to life outside prison. “I hope that any man willing to stand up — tired...
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LAPEL, Ind. (AP) — Central Indiana police are seeking the public’s help in catching whoever toppled the gravestones of two Air Force veterans. The toppled headstones were found Monday at Lapel’s Brookside Cemetery. Town police Capt. Michael Barnes tells The Herald Bulletin police were working to contact relatives of the veterans whose graves were damaged. He says the “level of disrespect” shown by whoever vandalized the graves is upsetting and he himself has relatives buried at that cemetery about 25 miles northeast of Indianapolis Barnes says the vandal is believed to be a juvenile. He says that person is also believed responsible for spray-painting...
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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The Cinema Center in Fort Wayne and Bones Theatre in Columbia City are joining hundreds of other theaters in the country that plan on showing ‘The Interview’ after Sony announced the film would have a limited release starting Christmas Day. Bones Theatre will start showing ‘The Interview’ on Christmas Day. The Bones Theatre website had not yet been updated with showtimes as of Wednesday afternoon, but New seats at the Cinema Center were installed in October. information on the film’s screenings was confirmed with an employee of the theater. The Cinema Center will start their showings a few days...
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — “The Interview” became available for rental on a variety of digital platforms Wednesday, including Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft’s Xbox Video and a separate Sony website, Sony Pictures announced. The movie, released at 1 p.m. EST, costs $5.99 to stream and $14.99 to purchase. It also will open in over 300 theaters on Thursday. The studio announced the on-demand release just one day after reversing a previous decision not to show the film at all after hackers released thousands of internal Sony documents and threatened moviegoers with violence. The decision not to release the film was widely criticized,...
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