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Attorney general candidate Curtis Hill brings personal passion to pursuit of office

Attorney general candidate Curtis Hill brings personal passion to pursuit of office

| October 31, 2016

FORT WAYNE—Curtis Hill has made a career—and life—of defending the rule of law. He said to do so requires courage and leadership. His devotion to those principles comes from an early life experience and a lesson his father taught him. “When my father was a young man in his late 20s, he bought a small […]

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A life dedicated to service: Meet Judge Lorenzo Arredondo

A life dedicated to service: Meet Judge Lorenzo Arredondo

| October 31, 2016

FORT WAYNE—Judge Lorenzo Arredondo will tell you he’s been blessed in so many aspects of his life, including in his career as a public servant.  He’s been a dedicated teacher who has taught at every level; he’s been a pioneering lawyer who, after winning a scholarship to attend law school at the University of San […]

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Carrying the torch: 105 year old Pearl Bassett still active in community

Carrying the torch: 105 year old Pearl Bassett still active in community

| October 4, 2016

MARION, Indiana—Legendary community and civil rights activist Pearl Bassett, age 105, accepts a ceremonial torch from Marion Mayor Jess Alumbaugh as part of an Indiana Bicentennial Torch Bearer celebration on Sept. 28. The torch was passing through the Marion area that day and Bassett was one of the honored torch bearers participating in that leg […]

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Hundreds in Kokomo need relief aid; Red Cross opens two shelters

Hundreds in Kokomo need relief aid; Red Cross opens two shelters

| August 30, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS—The American Red Cross is responding to damage caused by storms which marched across multiple counties Aug. 24 including; Howard, Montgomery, Allen, Wabash and Miami. The Red Cross has shelters open in Kokomo and New Ross: • Kokomo Event & Conference Center, 1500 N Reed Road, Kokomo, Indiana, and • Walnut Elementary School, 3548 S […]

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Give the Father’s Day gift of tobacco free living

Give the Father’s Day gift of tobacco free living

| June 18, 2016

June is Men’s Health Month and Father’s Day is this weekend.  A great gift for your family this Father’s Day is to start living tobacco free.  Smoking is the number one cause of preventable death and costs 11,100 Hoosier lives every year. Dads who smoke can celebrate Father’s Day by quitting, and family and friends […]

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Libertarian candidate for governor points out flaws in Pence logic

Libertarian candidate for governor points out flaws in Pence logic

| June 9, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS—Rex Bell, Libertarian candidate for governor of Indiana, claims that current Governor Mike Pence isn’t getting the full picture. “We’re seeing a lot of commercials where the governor is taking credit for creating jobs. Most people nowadays realize government doesn’t create jobs. People do, and they create them in spite of government, not because of […]

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’68 Northrop girls inducted into Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

’68 Northrop girls inducted into Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

| May 9, 2016

By Vicki Wade FORT WAYNE—The 1986 Northrop Girls Basketball Team was inducted Into The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 30. The team went 29-0 and won Northrop’s first Girls Basketball State Championship. The team consisted of: • Coach David Riley, coach • Christa Cook, guard • Kristen Dierdorf, guard • Cindi Westendorf, guard […]

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Trump delivers Indiana knockout blow to Cruz, Kasich; Sanders plays rope-a-dope to survive another round against Hillary

Trump delivers Indiana knockout blow to Cruz, Kasich; Sanders plays rope-a-dope to survive another round against Hillary

| May 9, 2016

Ballot set for Nov. 8 Allen County elections Stutzman defeated in U.S. Senate primary; unorthodox candidate wins for Democrats in 3rd District House race   INDIANA—As expected, Indiana’s May 3 Primary Election proved crucial for some in this year’s heated presidential contest. For Senator Ted Cruz, the Hoosier contest was a do or die affair […]

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Will the feds strip Prince’s hard-earned fortune

Will the feds strip Prince’s hard-earned fortune

| May 2, 2016

By Rex Bell Having operated a construction and home building business for 42 years, I’ve seen and tried a few things that worked and a few things that didn’t work, and tried to abandon or make adjustments to the things that didn’t, and tweak the things that did. A few years ago, some ne’er-do-well cut […]

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List of political candidates on the Allen County ballot of the Indiana May Primary Election

List of political candidates on the Allen County ballot of the Indiana May Primary Election

| April 26, 2016

ALLEN COUNTY—On May 3, eligible citizens will go to the polls to vote in the Indiana Primary Election. As experienced voters know, the Primary Election is not designed to actually elect people to office but, rather, to choose which candidates will go on to compete in the November General Election, during which voters will make […]

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