Raedene Stewart, front, a bus driver and custodian at Fremont Community Schools, was honored with the Flight of the Eagle award during the Board of Trustees meeting on Monday. The award honors those who "soar beyond expectations" at Fremont Schools. In back are board members Gary Baker, from…
AUBURN — The DeKalb Chamber Partnership announced Wednesday morning at its Business Before Breakfast that Shannon Carpenter has been named interim executive director.
KENDALLVILLE — A former prosecutor in LaGrange and Noble counties is forming a campaign committee and exploring a run for northeast Indiana’s District 13 senate seat in 2020.
INDIANAPOLIS — The right to vote is a right Hoosiers apparently don’t utilize very much in non-presidential years, as statewide turnout for May’s primary election was just 13 percent.
ALBION — A then-instructor at the Impact Institute has been charged with sexual battery in an incident which allegedly occurred after school hours on Impact property in January.
HAMILTON — The Hamilton Community Schools board next month must decide on the amount of a proposed property tax increase that will be included in a referendum question on the November election ballot, board President Mark Gould said Monday.
GARRETT — A Garrett man who hit another man on the mistaken belief that a woman was in peril was sentenced to seven years behind bars by Judge Monte Brown during a hearing Monday in DeKalb Superior Court II.
DeKalb County Courthouse custodial supervisor Larry Lane, left, shows the County Commissioners deterioration of one of the eight limestone lamp posts outside the courthouse on Monday. Commissioner William Hartman watches. At their meeting next Monday, commissioners will hear a consultant’s r…