Several stories on received exceptional readership from June 13-20, including one of the arrest of several burglary suspects, a story about Miss Indiana results and more.

Here were the most viewed stories on the website during that time:

Suspects identified from home security camera footage — 8,521 pageviews

Obituary: Gregorio Murillo-Padilla Jr. — 5,350 pageviews

Tiarra Taylor, 21, is 2019 Miss Indiana; Hadley Abram, 17, is Miss Indiana’s Outstanding Teen — 5,079 pageviews

After 43 years, Brown House owners selling business — 3,142 pageviews

Former Impact instructor charged with sexual battery — 2,897 pageviews

Ark overwhelmed with dogs and cats — 1,894 pageviews

Waterloo buys properties for downtown makeover — 1,084 pageviews

Wible exploring run for state senate seat — 1,061 pageviews

Longtime educator picked to lead Community Learning Center — 787 pageviews

Angola Pride Festival has overwhelming turnout — 759 pageviews

Many of these stories found further reach on the KPC News Facebook page as well. Here were the top posts by reach on that page from June 13-20:

June 18: ICYMI: After 43 years, Brown House owners selling business — 6,492 people reached, 13 comments, 147 shares

June 17: Northeast Indiana’s contestants weren’t able to claim the Miss Indiana crowns this past weekend, but one teen placed and others were recognized with some awards during the competition. — 5,967 people reached, 23 reactions, nine comments, 24 shares

June 19: (Shared from the News Sun) *cue sad Sara McLaughlin music* If you’re thinking about adopting a new dog or cat, Ark Animal Rescue and Adoption in LaGrange could use the relief. — 5,515 people reached, 49 reactions, 10 comments, 125 shares

June 13: For the first time ever, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is offering the public the opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime experience of riding in an historic Auburn or Cord automobile during the “Father’s Day Classic Car Cruise” on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. — 5,479 people reached, 53 reactions, 38 shares

June 18: The former prosecutor in LaGrange and Noble counties is aiming toward a 2020 run for the senate seat that represents all of Noble, LaGrange and Steuben counties and the western part of DeKalb County. — 4,332 people reached, 22 reactions, 31 shares

June 14: The best chicken and noodles in the state can be found... near Noblesville? — 4,017 people reached

On the News Sun Facebook page, the original post about Ark Animal Rescue and Adoption reached 6,071 people, garnering 18 reactions and 272 shares.

On the Star Facebook page, a post about Amanda Rice returning to Waterloo Elementary School as its principal reached 284 people and netted 25 reactions and seven shares.

Back to the website, several videos received a good number of views from June 13-20. They were:

Neighbors: Brown House — 169 pageviews

Pierce-Arrow Society visits windmill museum — 98 pageviews

First Friday Music June 2019 — 34 pageviews

Likewise, several photo galleries drew some interest from readers as well:

Pierce-Arrow Society visits Mid-America Windmill Museum — 88 pageviews

Pierce-Arrows visit downtown Angola — 51 pageviews

Antique Power Show 2019 — 30 pageviews

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

Recommended for you

(0) comments

Welcome to the discussion.

Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.
Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated.
Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.
Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person.
Be Proactive. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts.
Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.