WOLF LAKE — It takes a lot of work, patience and time to restore ecosystems to what they once were. But that is no secret to Bill Minter, Merry Lea Environmental Center’s director of land management.
KENDALLVILLE — The Kendallville Board of Works agreed Tuesday morning to help a non-profit, The Crew Youth Center, to demolish an outbuilding on the center’s property at 529 S. Main St. The building is an eyesore and no longer insurable.
Alexis Kline is adding more color to Kendallville on the north side of Whatchamacakes at the corner of 201 S. Main St. and East William Street. She has done 12 murals here and in Chicago. Recently, she helped out with the Northeast Indiana Mural Fest. "I took part in the mural that was done …
INDIANAPOLIS — A Kendallville resident’s question took the spotlight Tuesday night in the second and final debate of candidates for Indiana governor.
ANGOLA — The race for House District 51 is a rematch of 2018 when incumbent Rep. Denny Zent, R-Angola, was challenged by Michael Stephenson, a Democrat from Crooked Lake.
FORT WAYNE — The American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to give blood to ensure a strong blood supply for patients as the U.S. braces for flu season while in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Noah Longyear plows with an International Harvester 560, pulling an IH three-bottom plow. Ryan Longyear follows on a John Deere 4020, pulling his five-bottom John Deere plow.
LAGRANGE — Tickets are on sale now for “Comedy for a Cause,” a fundraising event that supports LaGrange County’s Night to Shine.