COLUMBUS, Ohio — Anton King, executive director of the DeKalb County Economic Development Partnership, is a recipient in the Bob Ady Scholarship Program.
ANGOLA — Trine University welcomed executives and alumni from Auburn Gear to campus March 14 for a tour, lunch and a special presentation of updated diplomas to the alumni.
AUBURN — A plan to attract new restaurants to Auburn — by making more liquor licenses available — received favorable votes from the Auburn Common Council Tuesday night.
ANGOLA — Metropolitan School District of Steuben County bus drivers voiced concern about unpaid elearning days at Tuesday night’s school board meeting, held at Ryan Park Elementary School.
INDIANAPOLIS — State Rep. Denny Zent’s bill preventing illegal drug users and dealers from turning to veterinarians for prescription painkillers could soon become law.
LIGONIER — Who’s in for a taste of mystery? West Noble’s Theatre33 will present “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the West Noble High School auditorium.
The Auburn Classic Noon Lions Club welcomes a new member inductee, Christopher Coy, center. With him are Lion President Steve Walter, left, and Coy’s sponsor, Lion Barbara Mornout.