National News

New Mission Statement

After dis­cus­sions dur­ing the past two board meet­ings, mem­bers of the Quadco Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­ter joint Admin­is­tra­tive and Non-Profit board approved a new mis­sion state­ment that sup­ports peo­ple reach­ing their goals. The new mis­sion state­ment is now “Quadco exists to help peo­ple achieve their goals in life.“ Board mem­bers all agreed that the new mis­sion state­ment …

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Concerns Aired At Ayersville

On Mon­day evening, the Ayersville Local Board of Edu­ca­tion, at their reg­u­larly sched­uled meet­ing, addressed pub­lic con­cerns about the upcom­ing bond issue at the May 6 pri­mary elec­tion. The Cres­cent News reports that n the bal­lot will be a 37-year, 7.86-mill bond issue com­bined with a 0.5 per­cent income tax for con­struc­tion of a new …

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Wear That Seatbelt!

The Tri-County Traf­fic Safety Part­ner­ship has announced an increased enfor­c­ment effort is under­way con­cern­ing seat belt and child restraint vio­la­tions, now until May 8th. The increased enforce­ment comes after the Angola Police Depart­ment said the Indi­ana Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Insti­tute has iden­ti­fied Steuben County as hav­ing a higher than aver­age num­ber of per­sonal injury and fatal …

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Henry Men Bound Over

In Henry County, two peo­ple who were arrested in a home break-in ear­lier this month have been bound over to the Henry County Grand Jury. 31 year old Leo Jef­fers, Jr waived his pre­lim­i­nary hear­ing on a felony charge of Break­ing and Enter­ing. 74 year old Ray­mond Barnes of Lib­erty Cen­ter waived his hear­ing on …

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Henry Electronics Drive

Now that the third annual Henry County elec­tron­ics recy­cling roundup is his­tory, offi­cials there say 32 tons of elec­tronic recy­clables were turned-in on April 5th. The drive also raised money for the local schools. Napoleon high school col­lected over 18,000 pounds of elec­tron­ics, which gen­er­ated over $1,300, along with the bonus of $500 for being …

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Bus Crash

A school bus acci­dent Mon­day morn­ing resulted in minor injuries, but police say it’s lucky no one was hurt more seri­ously. The Bryan Times reports twenty stu­dents were on Millcreek-West Unity Local Schools bus no. 5 yes­ter­day morn­ing when a car ran into the back of the bus. At least one stu­dent suf­fered minor injuries …

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