LAGRANGE – A Goshen man was arrested early Sunday morning after he tried to flee on foot from police after a LaGrange County’s Sheriff’s Deputy attempted to initiate a traffic stop.

ALBION — On a night when defensive stops were at a premium, the Central Noble boys basketball team picked a great time to string four together.

Jean Wehr of Auburn, left, won an Apple Watch in a raffle during Saturday’s 34th annual Auburn Classic Noon Lions Club Christmas Stroll. Oak Partners donated the watch for the charity raffle. Presenting it is Lions member Dr. Ron Ley, organizer of the stroll.

AUBURN — Judge Monte Brown sentenced two people for criminal offenses during hearings Monday in DeKalb Superior Court II.

Faith Cooper displays items that were collected Nov. 11 during the Skatin’ Station’s annual coat drive skate. Coats collected will be offered to local schools for children who come to school without coats and will be distributed throughout the community to people in need.

AUBURN — The public is invited to a meeting for the Cedar Creek Canoe Trail Project on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the white room on the lower level of the DeKalb County Office Building, 219 E. 9th St., Auburn.

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FORT WAYNE — Ivy Tech Community College sophomore baseball players Drew Buffenbarger of Churubusco and Zach Haefer of Kendallville both signed with NCAA Division II Davenport, Michigan, University last Wednesday at Strike Zone Training Center.

KENDALLVILLE — East Noble senior Kayla McCulloch signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her cross country and track and field careers at Purdue University on Monday.

It’s time for a major sea change. We’ve endured all, and far more than we should ever have to suffer of the fear-mongering and the vicious personal attacks involved in so many recent political campaigns. That’s now history, and it must not be repeated.

An expanded narthex-gathering area is one of the most striking features of an expansion and remodeling at Auburn First United Methodist Church. The congregation is celebrating the completion of the two-year project with a dedication service this morning. It also added a 500-seat fellowship h…

The end of October invites all of the little ghouls and goblins to our doors with the statement of the evening, “Trick or Treat!” Yes, Halloween! Oct. 31 has this holiday and it is a day of a few religious celebrations, some celebrating the living and some the dead.

Gifts have a prominent place in the Scriptures. They fall into three major contexts: God as the giver of gifts, humanity gives gifts to God, and people give gifts to each other. The greatest gift by far is God sending His Son “so that everyone who believes in Him may not perish, but may have…

Halloween is right around the corner, and if you’re reading this article, you’ve probably waited until now to create a costume for yourself or someone in your family. Although Halloween is only two and a half weeks away, there’s still time to make something great.

Launched in 2008, Airbnbs have become a favorite way to travel for some people. As a mom of two, I love renting a house with multiple bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen where we are free to have some privacy or cook a meal together. I also feel like you can get more of the character of th…

People wanting to step back into the 1800s will feel right at home at the D’Light House on Main Street in downtown Auburn. The home has a front-row seat to the annual Labor Day Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg festivities and is only a few steps from the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair’s midway at the en…