East Noble students head back to the school for the first day of the 2020-21 school year on Aug. 6. With the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing and masks required for students, the start of the school year looked quite a bit different from most years.

ANGOLA — As the school year begins, the Angola Wastewater Treatment staff have a plan in place to help potentially identify COVID-19 in wastewater by testing samples from the collection system serving Angola High School, Angola Middle School and Ryan Park Elementary School as well as a syste…

FREMONT — Fremont Community Schools has decided to delay the start of the school year by nearly a week due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

LAGRANGE — Corn School, LaGrange’s annual fall street festival, has been canceled for 2020.

LAGRANGE – A local family has a new home thanks to new partnership between LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity and Lakeland High School.

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East Noble students head back to the school for the first day of the 2020-21 school year on Aug. 6. With the COVID-19 pandemic still ongoing and masks required for students, the start of the school year looked quite a bit different from most years.

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ANGOLA — As the school year begins, the Angola Wastewater Treatment staff have a plan in place to help potentially identify COVID-19 in wastewater by testing samples from the collection system serving Angola High School, Angola Middle School and Ryan Park Elementary School as well as a syste…

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FREMONT — Fremont Community Schools has decided to delay the start of the school year by nearly a week due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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LAGRANGE — Corn School, LaGrange’s annual fall street festival, has been canceled for 2020.

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LAGRANGE – A local family has a new home thanks to new partnership between LaGrange County Habitat for Humanity and Lakeland High School.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s new COVID-19 case count dropped as the state processed fewer tests over the weekend, but the percentage of those tests coming back positive was higher than previous days.

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ELKHART — The Cummins Foundation presented a $10,000 COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Grant to United Way of Elkhart & LaGrange Counties to assist families and children that have been impacted by the crisis. The funds will provide 250 local families with up to three days of meals and provide…

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LAGRANGE —For Prairie Heights High School senior Amelia Johnston, Wednesday’s 4th annual Launch LaGrange competition was worth the wait.

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ANGOLA — University of Texas at Austin research shows how likely schools in the four-county area would end up with students or staff showing up with COVID-19, based on current conditions that are presented in an interactive map produced by the New York Times.

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AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Thursday reported two new cases of COVID-19 in DeKalb County residents.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After hitting an all-time high on Friday last week, Indiana’s new COVID-19 cases again topped the 900 mark.

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 INDIANAPOLIS — When students begin school in the coming weeks, a new opportunity to fulfill graduation requirements will be available to high school juniors and seniors to tutor younger students, SAY State Reps. Ben Smaltz, R-Auburn, and Denny Zent, R-Angola.

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AVILLA — Sacred Heart Home was the first nursing home in Noble County to report COVID-19 cases and while the number of cases wasn’t as high as others, a dozen residents ended up dying from the virus.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s new cases and testing numbers have fallen off compared to a week ago when they were setting new highs, but even amid decreased numbers the state’s positivity rate remains at high levels.

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MERRILLVILLE — With the statewide moratorium on disconnecting electric and natural gas service during the COVID-19 pandemic scheduled to end Aug. 14, NIPSCO is committed to assisting and providing its most flexible payment plan options to help those in need, said a news release from the company.

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ELKHART —For the past 10 years, crowds have gathered outside of the United Way offices in Elkhart to watch teams race homemade cardboard boats around the LaSalle Bristol pond.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New cases of COVID-19 in Indiana fell a bit over the weekend as the number of tests processed fell, but positivity remains high showing that despite the lower numbers the case rate isn’t slowing yet.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Starting Monday, face coverings will be required inside public places, in outdoor spaces where social distancing can not be maintained and inside any public or for-hire transportation.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County’s count of positive COVID-19 cases shot up in the last week, says data from the Steuben County Health Department.