INDIANAPOLIS — Companies that take hunters on a guided trip would need a state license to conduct the services, which are currently barred in Indiana but are not being criminally prosecuted.

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.

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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Northeast Indiana's health rankings improved slightly from last year, as counties in the region saw some improvement in an annual report produced by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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ANGOLA — After nine years on the force, Angola Police Department’s first K-9 officer, Yogi, has retired.

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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.

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.

If you don’t like cooking shows, perhaps you have never seen the reality-based cooking show “Chopped” on Food Network.