Two teens being arrested after a break-in at a Steuben County liquor store was the top story on kpcnews.com from Sept. 19-26, getting 4,871 pageviews.

Here are the rest of the most-read stories doing that time:

Teens arrested in liquor store break-in — 4,871 pageviews

Rapa Nui: Navel of the world — 1,857 pageviews

Deputy cleared in shooting; suspect faces new charges — 1,649 pageviews

Families left in a lurch with day care closing — 1,230 pageviews

Study names Huntertown third best place to raise family in Indiana — 814 pageviews

Angola teen jailed for incest — 599 pageviews

Carroll grad makes it to top seven on ‘MasterChef’ — 509 pageviews

Carotidynia could be causing neck pain — 460 pageviews

DeKalb senior named a commended student — 437 pageviews

Crash near Hamilton kills Michigan woman — 402 pageviews

On the KPC News Facebook page, a post about a monarch butterfly mural coming to Auburn was the top post.

Here were the top posts from Sept. 19-26:

Sept. 24: In the midst of the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair, the monarch butterfly took center stage in downtown Auburn Monday morning as Auburn Mayor Norman Yoder proclaimed it Mayor’s Monarch Pledge Day. — 3,445 people reached, 45 likes, 10 shares

Sept. 20: A Steuben County Sheriff’s deputy who shot at a suspect who allegedly used his vehicle as a weapon has been cleared of any wrongdoing, Steuben County Prosecutor Jeremy Musser said on Thursday. — 3,397 people reached, 57 reactions, 26 shares

Sept. 20: (Shared from the Advance Leader) Didn’t get a chance to make it to Ligonier for the fiesta last week? Catch up here: — 3,192 people reached, 325 video views

Sept. 25: (Shared from the News Sun) It was the Lt. Gov.’s first visit to Kendallville, but she said she wants to come back when the city’s streetscape project is done next year. — 2,663 people reached, 21 likes

On the Herald Republican Facebook page, a post about a Steuben County sheriff’s deputy being cleared in a shooting incident with a wanted fugitive reached 3,834 people, garnering 24 reactions and 39 shares.

On the News Sun Facebook page, news of Kendallville receiving its $600,000 check for its streetscape project reached 2,839 people, who gave 13 reactions and five shares.

And on the Star’s Facebook page, a post about a plan for public restrooms and a covered pavilion in downtown Auburn reached 372 people, netting 19 reactions, three comments and 20 shares.

The last couple of weeks have also seen a great number of videos being shared on the KPC News YouTube and website.

Here are the overall recent video views on the YouTube channel:

DeKalb High School choir at county fair showcase — 3 views

Will Cuppy Historic Market Dedication — 14 views

Ligonier Community Fiesta — 20 views

DeKalb County Airport Festival — 37 views

Garrett Mayoral Forum — 18 views

Auburn Mayoral Forum — 288 views

Parade of Classics 2019 — 57 views

Neighbors: The Carunchias — 202 views

Likewise, the following videos were viewed on kpcnews.com from Sept. 19-26:

Will Cuppy Historic Marker Dedication — 35 pageviews

DeKalb County Airport Festival — 30 pageviews

DeKalb High School choir at county fair showcase — 27 pageviews

Parade of Classics 2019 — 24 pageviews

Auburn Mayoral Forum — 19 pageviews

Ligonier Community Fiesta — 18 pageviews

Recent photo galleries at kpcnews.com

Indiana Seaplane Splashin — 4,783 pageviews

East Noble Bike Day 2019 — 297 pageviews

7th Annual Cruise to the Monument — 83 pageviews

Megan Knowles is the online and social media editor for KPC Media. She can be reached at mknowles@kpcmedia.com.

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