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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana is moving backward on its reopening plan, as Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Wednesday that the state needs to clamp down on sharply rising COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb has signed Executive Order 20-48 to implement pandemic requirements for all Hoosiers and targeted restrictions for counties that have high levels of COVID-19.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — After months of weathering the coronavirus pandemic with a relatively small positivity rate, Whitley County has seen — at times — exponential growth in COVID-19 cases in November.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — Whitley County voters who would like to cast their ballots early can do so at the Whitley County Election Office through the day before election day.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — The Whitley County Plan Commission is seeking the public’s ideas for the future of the County. Starting on Oct. 26, Whitley County community members will have the opportunity to provide their insight for “Form Whitley County,” an update to the county’s comprehensive plan, vi…

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CHURUBUSCO — The Town of Churubusco recently partnered with Smith-Green Community Schools, Churubusco Child Care Center and United Methodist Nursery School to help provide them with supplies and equipment to help lessen the spread of COVID-19.

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CHURUBUSCO — Some normalcy will come back to Churubusco this fall, as Churubusco’s Town Council approved the event during its Sept. 16 regular meeting.

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WHITLEY COUNTY — Some normalcy will come back to Whitley County this fall, as Churubusco’s Town Council and Columbia City’s Board of Works approved the Halloween festivities — some of the first “normal” events to take place in 2020 since the coronavirus pandemic took hold of the U.S. in March.

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CHURUBUSCO—Smith-Green Community Schools students have been “unbelievably phenomenal” during the first week of classes, Superintendent Dan Hile said.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb last week announced a partnership between the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction and Mental Health America of Indiana to expand access to trained peer support recovery professionals through the Indiana Recovery Network.

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COLUMBIA CITY — The Community Foundation of Whitley County has entered into an agreement that will allow the Columbia City Parks Department to advance its master plan and provide expanded office space for growing administration needs. The current Foundation building located at 400 N. Whitley…

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COLUMBIA CITY — U.S. Sen. Todd Young paid a visit to Ultra Electronics, USSI in Whitley County on Monday, one of multiple stops in Northeast Indiana.

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COLUMBIA CITY — U.S. Sen. Todd Young paid a visit to Ultra Electronics, USSI in Whitley County on Monday, one of multiple stops in Northeast Indiana.

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LIGONIER — The West Noble school board formally approved its plan Monday night for its Aug. 14 opening day, but one board member questioned what school will “look like” with virtual learning options.

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FORT WAYNE — Allen County health officials don’t expect the COVID crisis to get much better before it gets worse.

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Indiana’s unemployment rate dropped to 11.2% for June, just above the national rate of 11.1%, Indiana Department of Workforce Development reported July 17.

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FORT WAYNE — Just a week after asking County Council for nearly $3.6 million to recoup losses from canceled events, the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum asked the Allen County Board of Commissioners for an additional $151,000 to replace lights in its parking lot.

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COLUMBIA CITY — Since taking the reins of the Whitley County Economic Development Corporation this spring, Dale Buuck has spent a large portion of his time tracking down Columbia City business owners to get them to fill out the necessary paperwork to continue with their city tax abatements.

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COLUMBIA CITY — With all the turmoil surrounding law enforcement officers on a national level, Columbia City Mayor Ryan Daniel took the time to see the city’s officers in action.