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NEWS ARCHIVE

(05-12-2022) • Abbott Says Production Could Resume In Sturgis Soon

(05-07-2022) • MSP Investigating Missing Person Complaint

(05-07-2022) • Sturgis Hasn't Decided On How To Use ARPA Funds

(05-07-2022) • Sturgis Man Sentenced In Branch County Hit And Run Death

(05-07-2022) • Sturgis Man Arrested On CSC And Other Charges

(05-07-2022) • Southern Michigan Schools Getting Safety Grant Money

(05-03-2022) • Contested Races Decided In LaGrange County Primary

(05-03-2022) • Constantine School Bond Proposal Voted Down

(05-03-2022) • Sturgis Voters Renew Street Millage

(05-03-2022) • 2022 Steuben County Primary Election Results

(05-03-2022) • Contested Races In LaGrange County Primary

(05-03-2022) • Two People Seeking Dem. Nomination For Indiana House Seat

(05-03-2022) • Sturgis Seeking To Renew Dedicated Street Millage

(05-03-2022) • Sturgis Man Seriously Injured In Pick Up v Motorcycle Crash

(05-02-2022) • MSP Say Branch County Residents May Be Involved In Break Ins

(05-02-2022) • Centreville BOE Selects Chad Brady To Be Next Superintendent

(05-02-2022) • Constantine Schools Bringing Bond Proposal To Voters

(05-02-2022) • Avian Flu Found In Branch County

(05-02-2022) • Man Killed, Woman Injured In Cass County Crash

(04-29-2022) • Sturgis Kiwanis Club Honors April Key Club Students Of The Month

(04-30-2022) • Eiseman Seeking Democratic Nomination For LaGrange Sheriff

(04-30-2022) • Sturgis Ambulance Service Starts Sunday

(04-30-2022) • Mother Releases Names Of Children Killed In Fire

(04-29-2022) • LaSata's Border Bill Goes To Governor For Final Approval

(04-29-2022) • Harker And Randol Vying For Republican Sheriff Nomination

(04-29-2022) • City Commission Approves MDOT Grant For Roundabout

(04-28-2022) • Garrett Man Arrested On Child Molestation Charges

(04-28-2022) • Andrews Elementary Principal Reinstated Following Investigation

(04-28-2022) • Frank Perez Appointed To Vacant Seat On Sturgis City Commission

(04-27-2022) • Dowagiac Man Injured In Roll Over Accident

(04-27-2022) • Butler Township Fire Kills Animals, Destroys Barns

(04-27-2022) • Northeastern Center Holding First Break The Silence Event

(04-26-2022) • Colon DDA Holding A Create A Vision Meeting

(04-26-2022) • Sturgis Man Arrested For Assaulting A Woman

(04-26-2022) • Two People Die In Multi Vehicle Accident

(04-26-2022) • More Information Released On Fatal Constantine Fire

(04-25-2022) • Driver Sent To Hospital Following Two Vehicle Crash

(04-25-2022) • 9 Candidates Running For 7 Seats On St. Joseph Co. Commission

(04-25-2022) • Two Children Die In Constantine Township House Fire

(04-23-2022) • MSD Of Steuben Co. And Cameron Hospital Partner For Projects

(04-23-2022) • LaGrange County EDC Adds Marketing Manager

(04-23-2022) • LaGrange County Chamber Hosting Meet The Candidates Night

(04-23-2022) • Brady And Wolff Coming Back For Superintendent Interviews

(04-23-2022) • Sex Crime Charges Filed Against Bronson Man

(04-22-2022) • Constantine Approves Ballot Language For Public Safety Proposals

(04-22-2022) • Elkhart Man Injured In Two Vehicle Collision

(04-22-2022) • Southern Michigan Jobless Rates Drop In March

(04-21-2022) • Centreville School Board Interviews Sup. Candidates Part 2

(04-21-2022) • Centreville School Board Interviews Sup. Candidates Part 1

(04-21-2022) • St. Joseph County Doing ARPA Survey

(04-21-2022) • INDOT Closing U.S. 20 Near LaGrange For Repairs

(04-21-2022) • Indiana Man Arrested Following Police Pursuit

(04-21-2022) • Body Found In Three Rivers Is That Of Missing Man

(04-20-2022) • Area Agency On Aging Assessment Underway

(04-20-2022) • North Franks-East Lafayette Intersection Closing For Utility Work

(04-20-2022) • Coldwater Man Killed, Wife Injured In One Vehicle Crash

(04-20-2022) • Constantine Man Killed In One Vehicle Crash

(04-19-2022) • Jones Woman Injured In One Vehicle Crash

(04-19-2022) • March Jobless Rates Up Slightly Around NE Indiana

(04-19-2022) • Felony Assault Incident In Burr Oak Still Being Investigated

(04-19-2022) • Suspect Arrested For Holding And Injuring Sturgis Woman

(04-18-2022) • Minor Injuries Reported In Milton Township Crash

(04-18-2022) • Sturgis HS Students Raising Money For Ukraine Refugees

(04-16-2022) • Susan Louis Named 2022 E.J. Shaheen Award Winner

(04-16-2022) • Hostetler Receives Hometown Health Hero Award

(04-15-2022) • Glen Oaks Board Approves Tuition Increase For 2022-2023

(04-15-2022) • Centreville Superintendent Search Down To Four Finalists

(04-15-2022) • Indiana Jobless Rate Drops From February To March

(04-14-2022) • Cassopolis Man Killed In Head On Collision

(04-14-2022) • Bronson Woman Arraigned In Dog Attack Incident

(04-17-2022) • Marcellus Woman Sentenced In Insurance Scheme

(04-14-2022) • Two Individuals Interview For Vacant City Commission Seat

(04-14-2022) • Sturgis Man Pleads No Contest In Hit And Run Death Of Teen

(04-13-2022) • Michigan's Jobless Rate Drops From February To March

(04-13-2022) • Motorcycle Crash Claims The Life Of Fremont Man

(04-13-2022) • Two People Arrested On Drug Charges Following Traffic Stop

(04-13-2022) • Fremont Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash Near Crooked Lake

(04-12-2022) • NE Indiana CASA Has New Executive Director

(04-12-2022) • Some Nurses At Three Rivers Health Working Without A Contract

(04-12-2022) • Local Libraries Receiving Free At Home COVID Testing Kits

(04-12-2022) • Human Remains Discovered In Three Rivers

(04-11-2022) • Sturgis Schools Discuss Animals At Middle School

(04-11-2022) • Pole Barn Fire Caused By Wood Burning Stove

(04-11-2022) • LaGrange Commissioners Approve Two Positions For Superior Court

(04-09-2022) • Angola Man Reappointed To State Board

(04-09-2022) • NE Indiana Wine Distributor Is Expanding

(04-09-2022) • Whitmer's Office Issues Statement On Kidnapping Trial Outcome

(04-08-2022) • Bloodhound Joins Branch County Sheriff's Department

(04-08-2022) • Rokita Warns Hoosiers Of Government Imposter Scams

(04-08-2022) • Constantine Village Council Presented With Special Assessment Language

(04-07-2022) • MSP Looking For Stolen Bigfoot Lawn Ornament

(04-07-2022) • Delay Announced In Opening Of Arby's In Sturgis

(04-07-2022) • Four Area Bridges To Be Repaired Or Removed In 2022

(04-06-2022) • Off Road Vehicle Accident Injures Two People

(04-06-2022) • April Is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

(04-06-2022) • Upton Announces Retirement From U.S. House

(04-05-2022) • MSP Investigating Breaking And Entering In Bronson Township

(04-05-2022) • New K-9 Officer For LaGrange County Sheriff's Office

(04-05-2022) • Covered Bridge Names Linihan As Interim CEO

(04-05-2022) • Honeysett Signs Two Year Contract With Constantine

(04-04-2022) • Monthly Brush Pick Up Starts Today In Coldwater

(04-04-2022) • MSP Investigating ATV Theft

(04-04-2022) • Sturgis Schools To Help Colon Schools With Services

(04-04-2022) • Police Chase Ends With Two Arrests

(04-04-2022) • Missing Man Found

(04-02-2022) • Three Rivers To Start Hydrant Flushing On Monday

(04-02-2022) • Indiana Will Double The Number Of Post Election Audits

(04-02-2022) • Kelly Hostetler Honored As Hometown Health Hero For 2022

(04-02-2022) • Indiana Begins Child Abuse Prevention Month

(04-01-2022) • More Adult Use Marijuana Payments Coming To Southern Michigan

(04-01-2022) • Southern Michigan Jobless Rates Go Up Slightly In February

(04-01-2022) • Three Rivers Police Searching For Missing Man

(03-31-2022) • Adult Use Marijuana Payments Coming To St. Joseph County

(03-31-2022) • Late Night Fire Destroys Batavia Township Home

(03-30-2022) • ISP Investigating Officer Involved Shooting In Steuben County

(03-30-2022) • Area Organizations Receive Funds To Help Young Adults

(03-30-2022) • Coldwater Superintendent Gets Highly Effective Rating In Review

(03-30-2022) • Suspect Arrested In Centreville Dollar General Break In

(03-29-2022) • Two Vehicle Collision Injures Two People

(03-29-2022) • CHA Changes COVID Vaccine Scheduling Process

(03-29-2022) • NE Indiana Jobless Rates Go Up From January To February

(03-28-2022) • Constantine Village Council To Evaluate Honeysett

(03-28-2022) • Belote Rated Highly Effective As ISD Superintendent

(03-28-2022) • Three People Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

(03-26-2022) • Nash Hired As Three Rivers Schools Superintendent

(03-26-2022) • Quincy Woman Arraigned On Multiple Charges

(03-26-2022) • Middlebury Man Killed In Three Vehicle Crash

(03-25-2022) • Indiana's Unemployment Rate Down In February

(03-25-2022) • FDA Says Abbott Plant Didn't Maintain Sanitary Conditions

(03-25-2022) • Sturgis Seeking Applications For Vacant Commission Seat

(03-24-2022) • Elkhart County Traffic Safety Partnership Stepping Up Patrols

(03-24-2022) • Authorities Arrest Two People On Drug And Weapons Charges

(03-24-2022) • Karl Littman Resigns From Sturgis City Commission

(03-23-2022) • MSP Investigating Break In And Theft

(03-23-2022) • LaSata Receives Local Law Enforcement Endorsement In Re-election Bid

(03-23-2022) • Rick Shaffer Running For Seat On County Commission

(03-23-2022) • Bronson Man Sentenced In Fatal Crash

(03-22-2022) • MSP Investigating Coldwater Armed Robbery

(03-22-2022) • Roll Over Accident Sends Edwardsburg Man To Hospital

(03-22-2022) • Two Sturgis Residents Injured In Crash

(03-22-2022) • Sturgis Schools Making Changes To Alternative Ed. Program

(03-21-2022) • Ned And Mary Haylett Receive Book Of Golden Deeds Award

(03-21-2022) • Elkhart Man Injured In Two Vehicle Accident

(03-21-2022) • MSP Schedules Statewide Tornado Drill For Wednesday

(03-19-2022) • Suspect In Niles Township Homicide Pleads Guilty

(03-19-2022) • Elkhart Man Suffers Multiple Cuts In Crash

(03-19-2022) • Two Three Rivers Residents Injured In Crash

(03-19-2022) • Southern Michigan Jobless Rates Grow From December To January

(03-19-2022) • LaGrange County Together Survey Still Online

(03-16-2022) • Carra Gives Up Run For WA., Seeking Another Term In Lansing