HAMILTON — People have stepped up to ensure the kitchen and cafeteria at Hamilton Community Schools run smoothly while four members of the kitchen staff are quarantining due to COVID-19, the Hamilton school board heard Monday night.

Here is a glance at this year's 18th annual Indiana Seaplane Pilots Association Splash In at Lake James, Pokagon State Park. There were 23 planes that were on hand this year, which was not canceled by COVID-19 though definitely altered.

    The Indiana Seaplane Pilots Association’s 18th annual Splash In at Lake James at Pokagon State Park was certainly a crowd pleaser on Sunday. There 23 aircraft that arrived, including a few surprise guests from as far away as Green Bay, Wisconsin. “What an AMAZING weekend, there are few words…

    INDIANAPOLIS — It's the start of a new week and as is tradition, the number of positive tests and deaths for COVID-19 have come in low, reports the Indiana State Department of Health.

    ANGOLA — Trine University is managing to keep COVID-19 fairly well suppressed on campus this fall while some colleges — most notably Ball State University in Muncie — are having a tough time keeping coronavirus cases at bay.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — New cases of COVID-19 activity continues to be somewhat slow in northeast Indiana, though some state and local data differ.

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    Here is a glance at this year's 18th annual Indiana Seaplane Pilots Association Splash In at Lake James, Pokagon State Park. There were 23 planes that were on hand this year, which was not canceled by COVID-19 though definitely altered.

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    The Indiana Seaplane Pilots Association’s 18th annual Splash In at Lake James at Pokagon State Park was certainly a crowd pleaser on Sunday. There 23 aircraft that arrived, including a few surprise guests from as far away as Green Bay, Wisconsin. “What an AMAZING weekend, there are few words…

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    INDIANAPOLIS — It's the start of a new week and as is tradition, the number of positive tests and deaths for COVID-19 have come in low, reports the Indiana State Department of Health.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — October brings the first week of Indiana’s annual influenza surveillance, with state officials already worried that the combination of seasonal flu alongside the lingering threat from COVID-19 can create a complicated winter for Hoosiers.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Cases peaked over 1,000 again on Friday, but the result came on very high testing numbers across the state and a lower positivity rate.

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    ANGOLA — Trine University is managing to keep COVID-19 fairly well suppressed on campus this fall while some colleges — most notably Ball State University in Muncie — are having a tough time keeping coronavirus cases at bay.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — While older Hoosiers are most at risk from COVID-19, the majority of new cases are being found in younger people, with colleges and universities being a main driver of that growth in younger cases.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — The DeKalb County Health Department reported on Wednesday the county has suffered its 13th death from COVID-19.

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    LAKE JAMES — The Indiana Seaplane Pilots Association’s annual Splashin at Pokagon State Park is going to soar again this year on Sunday, but with some changes in order to accommodate social distancing requirements and other precautions dictated by state and local guidelines due to the COVID-…

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana topped 1,000 cases again on Saturday as the state brought another new lab online to the statewide reporting system.

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    ANGOLA — Metropolitan School District of Steuben County teachers said they deserve substantial pay increases for the work they are doing since the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

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    AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Thursday reported the ninth death of a DeKalb County resident who was positive for COVID-19.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 cases hit their lowest point in more than two months, although it’s more likely an effect of the Labor Day holiday weekend than actual progress on the virus.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Another Steuben County resident has died from COVID-19, making it the third death in 10 days in the county.

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    EDITOR’S NOTE: Justin Ralston is a Steuben County native and a 2002 graduate of Hamilton High School. He started an organization called Refugees Read that sent literally tons of books to the African continent, particularly Uganda. He took at least 10 trips to Africa in support of his mission…

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    ANGOLA — The entire community will be able to experience some of the sights and sounds of this year’s Trine University 9/11 Memorial, to be held Friday, Sept. 11.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — No, 94% of the nation’s deaths attributed to COVID-19 weren’t actually accountable to “something else.”

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana wants to make it easier for people to figure out whether COVID-19 is spreading more widely or not in their counties by providing a new color-coded map, but that map is getting one more tweak before it rolls out to the public this week.

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    INDIANAPOLIS — The four-county area reported no deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday after a recent spate over the last two weeks, but statewide case counts were again up and positivity rates were higher.