COVID-19 UPDATES

INDIANAPOLIS — Vaccine efforts have picked up this fall, but most of the shot being given are boosters to people who already had shots six months ago or longer, while first-time vaccinations continue to run at low levels.

INDIANAPOLIS — Flu activity is still rated “minimal,” the state’s lowest rating, this week, but once again rates of the illness being picked up at monitoring sites has ticked up.

INDIANAPOLIS — After an October full of improvement, November turned out to be another turning point in the struggle against COVID-19, with virus activity once again increasing.

INDIANAPOLIS — In a shortened holiday week, local vaccine numbers posted good numbers as child vaccine efforts continue across the state.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Vaccine efforts have picked up this fall, but most of the shot being given are boosters to people who already had shots six months ago or longer, while first-time vaccinations continue to run at low levels.

ANGOLA — If you’ve ever been to the Steuben County Farmers Market, you’ve likely seen the black and white logo of The Rooted Vegan, a food brand with vegan selections made by Craig and Kristi Collins.

LAGRANGE — Volunteers with a local not-for-profit organization working to build a new trail that would stretch across southern LaGrange County say they’re busy finalizing the details of their work to acquire the land needed to build that trail.

LAGRANGE — Standing just inside “The Garage,” a LaGrange community center, Jamelle Godlewski sees a room filled with possibilities.

The Noble County Republican Party had a float in this year’s Parade of Lights during Friday’s Christmas in the Village in Albion. County GOP chairwoman Shelly Williams is front and center, offering Christmas greetings.

FORT WAYNE — Two male juveniles are in custody after a Friday morning pursuit in a stolen vehicle reached speeds in excess of 100 mph and ended in a crash in Allen County, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department said.

AVILLA — St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 228 N. Main St., will open its doors to the church, adjacent parsonage and school the next two Saturdays, Dec. 4 and 11, for its first-ever Historical Christmas Walk & Dinner.

AUBURN — A Republican caucus has been set for Saturday, Dec. 18 after the announcement of Jan Bauman’s resignation from her position as DeKalb County Auditor earlier this week.

ALBION — It took three doses of an anti-overdose medication, but Kendallville police were able to bring around a Sturgis, Michigan, man, who was subsequently arrested last weekend.

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