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.

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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.

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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.

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.

AUBURN — The Auburn Church of the Nazarene, 2301 N. Main St, will host The Warrior event, which will feature speaker LouAnn Prater, Saturday, May 11, from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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Friday’s deadly tragedy in New Zealand was not a school shooting, but the terror attack reminds us of the need to be on guard more than ever in this era of mass violence.

Francis Smith was born virtually without a face. With no ear-canal openings, cheekbones or eye sockets and a gaping cleft palate, he underwent life-saving emergency surgery immediately after his birth and faced long odds of surviving at all.

In the last few weeks I have barely been able to turn on the news or stand all the negativity that is flying around. Am I the only one? Why oh why do we spread hate? As a Methodist it has been really hard to be a part of the news.

These students were named students of the month for February at Prairie Heights High School. Pictured, from right, with Principal Jeremy Swander is freshman Jaden Soller, sophomore Samantha Roberts, junior Fletcher Stahl and senior Audrey Hornett.

FORT WAYNE — Indiana Center for Middle East Peace is hosting Dance of Unity, Dance of Peace: An Evening with Rumi, Sufi Music and Whirling Dervishes, Saturday, March 9, at Plymouth Congregational Church, 501 West Berry St., at 6:30 p.m.