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Kendallville's hoping to see some better numbers Thursday as the Board of Works and Public Safety sits down to open the second round of bids... [Read More]
Cold, snowy weather might have kept some people from visiting this weekend's Maple Syrup Days at the LaGrange County Park Department's Maple Wood Nature Center,... [Read More]
'He is a legendary hit man... notoriously violent.'... [Read More]
Paris Hilton has "always been good" at pretending to be a "dumb blonde" but believes she can do anything she wants to. [Read More]
Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch has endorsed Congressman Jim Banks for U.S. Senate. [Read More]
A Big Turkey Lake resident requested Monday that he wants Steuben County to either sell property it owns at the lake or start policing its... [Read More]
Municipal pension plan investment returns were a "wild rollercoaster ride" in 2021 and 2022 with boom or bust results over that two-year period. [Read More]
Police responding to a domestic situation with an armed person instead ended up cracking a drug trafficking ring, said information from the Steuben County Sheriff's... [Read More]
Nathan Bissontz, right, a home-school student from Spencerville, served as a page to state Senator Tyler Johnson, R-Leo, left, in February. Pages spend a day... [Read More]
Lawmakers tackled numerous topics Monday, highlighted by key election bills and a measure that could slow the retirement of coal-fired power plants. [Read More]
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced this year's round of Lake and River Enhancement program grants, which includes many of northeast Indiana's counties. [Read More]
Shaquille O'Neal jokes he underwent a Brazilian butt lift as he revealed the real reason for his recent hospitalisation. [Read More]
Community stakeholders from DeKalb County gathered March 3 at Kruse Education Center to collaborate and discuss the potential for a DeKalb County Mental Health Collaborative. [Read More]
Two new team members have joined the Auburn Main Street board of directors. [Read More]
Judge Adam Squiller sentenced 12 people for criminal offenses during hearings in DeKalb Superior Court I March 13-15. [Read More]
This article looks back at news stories featured in the Garrett Clipper during May and June 2022. [Read More]
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