LIGONIER — Colleagues in the West Noble School Corp. reflected Thursday on their memories and experiences with Chuck Schlemmer, who died Wednesday evening at a Fort Wayne Hospital.

KENDALLVILLE — Two weeks after being introduced to a new preschool concept, East Noble’s school board is pushing forward, potentially devoting up to $1 million in savings toward establishing an early learning center.

KENDALLVILLE — Two churches, Bridgeway Evangelical and Pine Hills Kendallville, will come together Sunday for the fifth annual Engage Sunday, a community service and worship event. The event has grown to include members from 12 churches and a few community organizations.

ST. JOE — The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced that S.R. 101 east of St. Joe will be closed on or after Monday to allow the CSX Railroad to rebuild the rail crossing.

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ALBION — With the start of the school year brings a heightened focus on the futures of Central Noble Community Schools graduates — and an emphasis on quality educators for them, each day.

These Kendallville High School alumni posed for a photo before their planning meeting for the Kendallville All-Class Reunion. In the first row, from left, are Zula Davis Fiant, co-chair Mark Schuyler and co-chair Judy Butler. Second row, from left: Barbara Bower, Sharon LaRue Owen, Kate Meib…

SHIPSHEWANA — If you’re looking to get a good deal on a new dining room table with chairs while helping out a local charity, check out Friday’s The Farm benefit auction and supper in Shipshewana. The event takes place inside the Antique Building on the grounds of the Shipshewana Auction faci…

LIGONIER — A Butler woman was airlifted to an area hospital following a two-vehicle crash early Monday afternoon on U.S. 6 near C.R. 600W in Noble County.

On July 22, Boy Scout Troop 103 visited the Ohio Air National Guard base in Toledo, Ohio. Part of the trip was the Scouts touring the equipment section where they tried on a few pieces of the pilots’ equipment.

LAGRANGE — A computer glitch accidentily prompted the town of LaGrange to repeatedly bill a local industry each month the cost of its annual fire protection fee.

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