SHIPSHEWANA — Despite Indiana’s rising unemployment numbers because of the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the state’s economy, northern Indiana’s RV industry is running at near capacity.

BRUSHY PRAIRIE — The International Thespian Festival may have had to go virtual like so many other gatherings this year, but that doesn’t mean the educational experiences will stop.

ANGOLA — Steuben County’s concentration of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in the younger age groups, weekly information produced by the Steuben County Health Department says.

INDIANAPOLIS — Small Indiana businesses who took a big revenue hit due to COVID-19 will soon be able to apply for a new grant program to help them get rolling again.

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SHIPSHEWANA — Despite Indiana’s rising unemployment numbers because of the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the state’s economy, northern Indiana’s RV industry is running at near capacity.

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BRUSHY PRAIRIE — The International Thespian Festival may have had to go virtual like so many other gatherings this year, but that doesn’t mean the educational experiences will stop.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County’s concentration of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in the younger age groups, weekly information produced by the Steuben County Health Department says.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Small Indiana businesses who took a big revenue hit due to COVID-19 will soon be able to apply for a new grant program to help them get rolling again.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After being warned by the state health commissioner that a short-term drop in new cases was likely attributable to a slowdown in reporting over the Memorial Day weekend, new COVID-19 cases statewide shot back up to more typical numbers Thursday.

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ANGOLA — After missing two meetings in a row, the Steuben County Council will be back at it in June when it meets on the 9th.

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ALBION — Despite concerns that coronavirus restrictions and sudden job losses in Noble County would perhaps keep people from paying their spring property taxes, the Noble County Treasurer reported that the county came through “OK.”

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LIGONIER — In Ligonier, reopening after the COVID-19 shutdown means tying up odds and ends.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers got a taste of summer over Memorial Day weekend, but state officials are warning that people shouldn’t get complacent and forget about taking safety precautions.

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Since early March, all of us – regardless of our work and life routines – have had to adjust thoughtfully and as quickly as possible to this period of unprecedented change. Daily shifts in information and our understanding of its impacts have required each of us to begin shifting to redefini…

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FREMONT — In a short amount of time, teachers across the state had to convert their teaching style from face to face to virtual as the governor closed schools for the year due to COVID-19.

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ANGOLA — As of Tuesday, about 10% of Steuben County's registered voters had turned in mail-in ballots for the upcoming Tuesday, June 2 Primary Election, Steuben County Clerk Tangi Manahan said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — After going a little more than week without a new death, Noble County recorded its 21st fatality from COVID-19 on Tuesday.

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INDIANAPOLIS — New COVID-19 cases and new deaths reported by the state were well below averages again as of Monday's update from the Indiana State Department of Health.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is halfway home toward a mostly normal resumption of life amid coronavirus as most of the state enters Stage 3 of its five-step plan, with more recreational activities getting reopened in this phase.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Daily new cases and new deaths from COVID-19 were both under the monthly average, while testing remains better than usual.

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AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Saturday confirmed another case of COVID-19 in a DeKalb County resident, raising the total to 27.

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LAGRANGE – Organizers are still talking about the details, but it appears that 2020 LaGrange County 4-H Fair will go ahead this summer.

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The staff at LifeCare in LaGrange celebrated National Nurses Week by volunteering to wash the cars of any health care professional who needed a good, clean car. More than 20 local health care professionals took LifeCare up on that offer and had their cars cleaned for free. In addition, those…

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SHIPSHEWANA — Traffic Wednesday in Shipshewana was at times backed up nearly a quarter of a mile on S.R. 5 south of the town’s four-way stop, a sign that business in this small LaGrange County town is starting to get back to normal.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County continues to trend young when it comes to people testing positive for COVID-19, demographic data from the Steuben County Health Department said on Friday.

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CROOKED LAKE — The Steuben County Campground reopened to seasonal campers on Friday but other amenities at the park did not.

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KENDALLVILLE — Once again movie theaters didn’t make the cut as Gov. Eric Holcomb moved their reopening to Stage 4 of his Back on Track Indiana plan.

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ANGOLA — As Fairview Missionary Church gets ready to reopen for worship, the Senior Safe Shop operated by the Council on Aging has moved out of the church and back to the COA office.

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ANGOLA — After being closed since the middle of March, staff at Angola’s Brokaw Movie House was ready to open back up again on Sunday.

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KENDALLVILLE — Coronavirus strikes again, bringing an end to one of the largest summer attractions in Noble County.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Noble and Steuben counties continue to outpace the rest of northeast Indiana in numbers of positive cases of COVID-19, say statistics from the Indiana State Department of Health released Thursday morning.