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This year’s fresh hop, wet hop or harvest beers are just starting to hit the shelves. This may be somewhat confusing to have one style of beer with three different names. Essentially, this is a style of beer where whole cone hops are harvested and used in a brew in the shortest time possible…

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GAS CITY — Midwest sprint and midget fans, drivers and teams facing a winter of racing withdrawal have one last chance to enjoy their favorite sport today and Saturday as Gas City I-69 Speedway hosts the third annual “Fall Festival of Speed and Non-Wing Nationals” as its 2021 season finale.

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NORTH MANCHESTER — As diversity in Indiana increases, Manchester University is doing its part to expand diversity and inclusion on the North Manchester campus.

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This story and photos are published with permission of Purdue University and courtesy of the Kendallville Tree Commission

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KENDALLVILLE — Musicians from Kendallville, Rome City, Avilla, Albion, Auburn, Hudson, Avilla and Fort Wayne are collaborating for a free concert, “Stars & Stripes Showcase,” at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Community Learning Center’s restored auditorium.

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LAGRANGE — A free drive-up clinic offering both flu and COVID-19 vaccinations will be open tomorrow for residents of LaGrange and surrounding counties from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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FINDLAY, Ohio — Student groups at the University of Findlay have elected presidents for the 2021-2022 academic year. There are nearly 75 active clubs, organizations, national honor societies, and special interest groups at UF.

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Church serving Italian dinner

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The Riverdale High School class of 1961 celebrates its 60-year reunion on Oct. 13 at Paradise Buffet in Auburn. The classmates enjoyed a festive luncheon with many recollections of years past. Many live in Steuben County as well as Hamilton and Butler. Front row (from left): Delores (Griggs)…

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101 Lakes flipping for Riley

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FORT WAYNE — This holiday season The Elf on the Shelf Scout Elves return to center stage for the live performance that has captured the hearts of families everywhere: “Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical.”

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West Noble to host special-needs parents

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St. Gaspar Rosary Sodality’s committee is planning its 37th annual Fancy Fair craft bazaar and cookie bar for Saturday, Oct. 23, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Rome City church. From left are Terry Langsenkamp, Roberta O’Boyle, Jean Zimmerman, June Beeber, Carol Sievert, Rosemary Grist, Mary E…

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ALBION — The community is invited to help choose a People’s Choice Best Scarecrow, one of the many fall and Halloween-related activities happening in Albion this month.

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CLEAR LAKE — Farmers and gardeners all around are knee-deep in harvest season, and that includes wineries like Satek Winery, which not only owns its own vineyard but works to support and help harvest with other local growers.

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FORT WAYNE — The 2021 Fright Night takes place Saturday, Oct. 16, in downtown Fort Wayne, offering more than 25 ghoulish activities activities for all ages.

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Common Grace Ministries had a beautiful day for their 25th anniversary celebration Sept. 18 at their headquarters in Kendallville. Friends and neighbors of all ages enjoyed chili dogs and fun food, a raffle, a bounce house and tours to learn about the history of Common Grace Ministries. Pict…

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Brandon Park, right, of the James Foundation presents a grant check to Julie Tipton, executive director of the Community Learning Center, to be used to support The Pottery studio at the CLC. Park declined to give a specific amount for the grant, but the substantial gift will be used for capi…

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NORTH MANCHESTER — As diversity in Indiana increases, Manchester University is doing its part to expand diversity and inclusion on the North Manchester campus.

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BRYAN — The Bryan Development Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting economic activity, preservation and growth in Bryan, Ohio, is announcing its biggest undertaking to date — the first ever Christkindl Market of Bryan.

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Common Grace Ministries had a beautiful day for their 25th anniversary celebration Sept. 18 at their headquarters in Kendallville. Friends and neighbors of all ages enjoyed chili dogs and fun food, a raffle, a bounce house and tours to learn about the history of Common Grace Ministries. Pict…

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Experimentation is part of the fun of gardening. Saving seeds from your favorite vegetable or flower for next year’s garden or even the next generation is something you might like to try.

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ASHLEY — Archery Tag, located at 101 Archery way, will host the next Angola Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours on Thursday, Oct. 21 at its facility with extended hours from 5-9 p.m.

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ANGOLA — Steuben County Community Foundation’s youth philanthropy organization FIST is organizing their annual Trick or Treat for Canned Goods.

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As you can imagine, the landscape of healthcare has been ever changing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our hospital teams have adjusted to changing procedures, changing guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE), rapidly changing patient volumes and more. It’s been a hugely challenging…

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In an age in which satire and news often overlap, it was hard to know what to make of this headline: “New York Atheists Claim Religious Exemption From Vaccine After Governor Claims That It’s From God.”

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When lawyer and social activist Bryan Stevenson moved to Montgomery, Alabama, in the 1980s, he found a city with dozens of monuments and memorials to the Confederacy without any reference to the brutality of slavery.

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FORT WAYNE — Around 750 residents participated in this year’s Fort Wayne Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 2, both in-person at Parkview Field and by watching an online ceremony and walking from home in their own neighborhoods.

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Last week was a beautiful week to take a vacation from the newspaper, but it was far from relaxing. I swapped my camera and notebook for a grooming brush and pitchfork, the later to clean up after the six Belgian draft horses my family took to the DeKalb County Fair.