ANGOLA — As the Steuben County Health Department gears up to open a new COVID-19 vaccine clinic in the Steuben Community Center, interest is growing already from parents wanting to inoculate their children, Health Department Administrator Alicia Walsh says.

ANGOLA — Now that the Steuben County Health Department is moving its COVID-19 vaccine clinic to the Steuben Community Center, it might also start providing vaccines in mobile situations.

ANGOLA — Steuben County will continue to be one of the few sites in northeast Indiana to offer the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 after changes are made to local vaccine clinics.

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The Walmart Supercenter in Kendallville played host to a grand march prior to Saturday's East Noble High School prom at the East Noble Middle School.

ANGOLA — A possible ordinance that would allow off road vehicles to operate on Steuben County roads was broached again by the Steuben County Board of Commissioners on Monday.

The inaugural Butler to the Bridge garage sale event took place Saturday between Butler and Spencerville. Vendors set up in the American Legion parking lot in Butler to sell their wares.

Members of Eastside's football team follow a future Blazer through an inflatable helmet Saturday at the DeKalb Eastern youth sports fundraising event at Butler Elementary School.

Eastside football coach Todd Mason tosses a bean bag during the cornhole tournament at Saturday's DeKalb Eastern youth sports fundraising event at Butler Elementary School. The event raised nearly $10,000 for youth baseball leagues at Butler and Riverdale, youth league football and cheerleading.

AUBURN — A Leo man suffered multiple injuries after his bicycle was struck by a vehicle on S.R. 8 in Auburn just after 4 p.m. Sunday, according to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department.

A Butler firefighter shovels straw out of a barn in the 5900 block of C.R. 59 after a fire was reported in the 40-foot by 60-foot structure just after 4 p.m. Sunday. Fire Chief Jeff Shultz said the cause is undetermined. The property owner used a garden hose to contain the fire until firefig…

AUBURN — When Tasers first became a tool in the police officer’s belt nearly two decades ago, it was standard practice that officers had to take a jolt from the Taser themselves before they could qualify to carry one.

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Dozens of parents who attended a recent West Noble School Board meeting to air grievances about the loss of a dual-language program at the school left without having their thoughts heard.

When the Legislature was entering its final days, Indiana lawmakers were particularly proud of themselves for providing record funding for education.

The Rho Chapter of Psi Iota Xi, Angola, installed officers for the 2021-22 year at the May meeting held at the Heritage Club of Steuben County. From left to right is Kassie Arnold, president; Jenny Sanborn, vice-president; Lynn Chandler, treasurer; Donna Brown, conductress; Julie Clary, corr…

ANGOLA — Youth in grades 7-12 are invited to participate in 18 days of fun and learning about a variety of topics as part of the Indiana 4-H Road Show.

ANGOLA — On May 7, Cameron Memorial Community Hospital in partnership with the Rural Health Innovation Collaborative and the Small Rural Hospital Improvement Project, conducted a sepsis and code blue training simulation for staff as part of a grant-funded education initiative.

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AVILLA — Immanuel Lutheran Church invites area children to their Vacation Bible School June 21-25, at the church at 113 W. Albion St., Avilla, from 9-11:30 a.m. each day.

ANGOLA — After being canceled in 2020, plans are in place for the annual Music Americana music program to be held on Friday July 2 at 7 p.m. in the T. Furth Center for Performing Arts at Trine University.

Saturday Kendallville Lions Club held their document shredding community service project. Integra from Elkhart provided the service. Ron Godby, pictured, has been chairman for the last five years. Many Lions worked the event held in the Rural King parking lot. Citizens could safely shred the…