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Northwest Allen County Schools revealed the school corporation’s new branding Sept. 10 with the installation of new signage in the district office lobby. The new mascot and academic suite of brands, which includes new sports team logos for each of the district’s 11 schools, was to be present… Read more

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Local business Adaptive Technologies, Inc., headquartered in Huntertown, plans to begin construction on a new 10,000-square-foot technology and product development center this fall. Huntertown Town Council members approved an application for tax abatements on the property, 14102 Plank Street… Read more

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The East Allen County Schools, Southwest Allen County Schools and Northwest Allen County Schools districts are receiving roughly $400,000 in state grant money to provide connectivity to students attending school remotely while not having access to broadband internet. The money will aid in th… Read more

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Deadlines to get ready and registered for the upcoming November presidential election are rapidly approaching, and local election officials are preparing as best they can for counting votes in the challenging atmosphere of a global pandemic. Read more

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Fort Wayne Ballet, Indiana’s longest standing professional ballet company, on Friday announced its fall season, which will begin Oct. 1 and include three productions at the Arts United Center, 303 E. Main St., Fort Wayne. Read more

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Toward the end of Aug. 25’s Fort Wayne City Council meeting Glynn Hines, D-at large, asked council attorney Joe Bonahoom if City Council could subpoena Mayor Tom Henry. Hines wants the mayor to address questions concerning public funding for the Electric Works project on the old General Elec… Read more

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The first week of Huntertown Treasure Hunt 21 has passed and the canister is still hidden away. The $318.37 can still be yours. Not to mention the fame and glory of being this year’s super sleuth! Well Grounded Cafe and Lima Road Dentistry now bring you Clue No. 2: Read more

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GARRETT — Saturday morning’s much-needed rain showers stopped briefly, long enough for a parade celebrating Olive Gerard’s 100th birthday to wind in front of Miller’s Merry Manor in Garrett where she has resided for about a year. Read more

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The century was brand new when the Huntertown Treasure Hunt was launched. The Y2K non-disaster was already forgotten in our rear view mirrors, “Bye Bye Bye” by NSYNC was on the radio, and “Almost Famous” was playing at the movies. Some of the Treasure Hunters for this year’s search were not … Read more

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Northwest Allen County Schools’ Board of School Trustees approved its final school reopening plan July 27. The plan includes a remote learning option for students in the upcoming school year, as well as a requirement that students wear masks if they choose to attend school in person. Read more

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The first summer with COVID-19 has been devoid of festivals, gatherings and trips for many, hurting local economies and forcing small businesses to close. Although there is no return to normal in sight, a group of Huntertown business owners are making a drop in the bucket once a month — offe… Read more

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In December 2019, Huntertown Town Council member Brandon Seifert introduced a resolution affirming the council’s pro-life stance, which passed unanimously. So did a similar ordinance Seifert introduced July 20, in response to recent police brutality protests across the country, affirming Hun… Read more

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After this year’s crop of event cancellations due to COVID-19, the next Huntertown Heritage Days Festival is more than a year away. Fortunately for local sleuths, the countdown begins July 29 as the 21st annual Huntertown Treasure Hunt still prevails. Read more

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Despite pulling in donations through its Pufferbelly 5K even as the COVID-19 pandemic surges on, Fort Wayne Trails’ completion of the Pufferbelly Trail still hinges on a large majority of support from residents in Huntertown’s Twin Eagles neighborhood. Read more

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July 6 marked a reopening for summer activities at schools throughout Allen County — the first time students have stepped foot on many school properties since COVID-19 effectively ended in-person academics in March. However, fall reentry plans are still a moving target. Read more