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TODAY IS Friday August 28th


(08-28-2015) • Celebration for Best Community bid held
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(08-28-2015) • Two hurt in Branch County crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Coldwater, MI
(08-28-2015) • Kendallville bank robber may have robbed another bank the following day
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Kendallville, IN
(08-27-2015) • Police release description of shooting suspect, vehicle
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-27-2015) • Auburn Board of Works suspends officers over missing evidence
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Auburn, IN
(08-27-2015) • SJC CMH board supports health clinic bid
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Centreville, MI
(08-27-2015) • Two teens charged with robbing, beating man in park
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Goshen, IN
(08-27-2015) • Man attempts robbery at Kendallville bank
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Kendallville, IN
(08-27-2015) • Angola water main break closes thoroughfare
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(08-26-2015) • Judge reinstates CMH Executive Board members
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Centreville, MI
(08-26-2015) • Police seek help locating Kendallville teen
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Kendallville, IN
(08-26-2015) • Sturgis man dies in crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: White Pigeon, MI
(08-26-2015) • Man drowns in Bixler Lake
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Kendallville, IN
(08-25-2015) • Angola man gets 60 years for murder of sister
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Angola, IN
(08-25-2015) • Mt. Zion installs Pastor Justin Smoot
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-24-2015) • Ball State economist says China, world economies weigh down U-S
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Muncie
(08-24-2015) • Jobless rates in NE Indiana remain steady in July
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Indianapolis
(08-24-2015) • Farmers State Bank to close three branches
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-24-2015) • Shipshewana man seriously injured after rolling pickup
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-24-2015) • St. Joseph Habitat For Humanity seeks partner families
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Centreville, MI
(08-24-2015) • Teen injured in Johnson Township crash
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-24-2015) • Orland woman and child injured in crash near Middlebury
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Middlebury, IN
(08-22-2015) • Dobberteen dismissal at heart of dispute between Commissioners and CMH Board
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Centreville, MI
(08-22-2015) • Crash leads to jail for Fort Wayne man
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-21-2015) • LaGrange County man shot twice near Elmira
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-21-2015) • Lakeland Class of 2016 schedules graduation date
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-21-2015) • July unemployment a record setter for Indiana
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Indianapolis
(08-21-2015) • DNR lifts restrictions on West Lakes chain; E.coli still in Waldron
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Rome City, IN
(08-21-2015) • Stop light at Fawn River Crossing discussed
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: LaGrange, IN
(08-21-2015) • RV supplier to build headquarters in Bristol
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Bristol, IN
(08-21-2015) • East Noble bus struck by car on SR 3
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Avilla, IN
(08-21-2015) • Wolcottville police arrest six people
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Wolcottville, IN
(08-21-2015) • One dead from shooting in Three Rivers
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Three Rivers, MI
(08-20-2015) • Transportation study sets priorities for Northeast Indiana
LOCATION OF NEWS ITEM: Fort Wayne


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Celebration for Best Community bid held
Friday Aug 28, 2015 11:32am
Angola, IN

LAKE JAMES - Frontier Communications hosted a celebration on Thursday night for Fremont and Angola becoming quarter-finalists in the America's Best Communities competition.

America's Best Communities is a $10 million competition designed to revitalize small towns and rural communities.

Angola and Fremont won $50,000 for getting through the first round.

They will find out in January if they advanced.

Angola Mayor Dick Hickman said they were going after the top prize of $3 million.

Fremont Town Judge Chris Snyder said there was a natural rivalry between the two communities but they will work together on this project.

Steuben County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Dave Koenig says the community revitalization plans have to be put together by November 6th.

Plans include developing the Northern Lakes Enterprise Center, developing a technology park in the U.S. 20/I-69 corridor and working on the shovel ready site on Fremont's west side.





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