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Basketball season is still on despite schools throughout the county going to remote learning this month — but the pandemic continues to take its toll on Fort Wayne programs, and Carroll is no exception. Read more

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American flags lined the entrance to the Veterans National Memorial Shrine and Museum and flags of each branch of the military fluttered in the brisk breeze. It was Veterans Day and veterans and local dignitaries were gathered to break ground for the installation of a replica Vietnam wall. Read more

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With waving flags and colorful banners, more than 1,000 students lined the drive between Oak View and Perry Hill elementary schools Nov. 11. The Northwest Allen County School students, accompanied by patriotic music, waved and cheered at cars bearing veterans that participated in a drive-by … Read more

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David Lash, 34, doesn’t know a stranger. The outgoing young man with Down syndrome does not hesitate to talk to new people or to try new things, and he pursues his passions with gusto and enthusiasm. That enthusiasm led David to a friendship with Steven Basche of Basche’s Martial Arts, which… Read more

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Jamie Wilkins, principal of Oak View Elementary School, has a favorite day of the school year. It is not the first day of school, or class party days, or even the last day of school. Wilkins, who is in his seventh year as principal at Oak View, looks forward every year to Veteran’s Day. His … Read more

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Northwest Allen County Schools teachers are up for another pay increase, following a collective bargaining agreement that was reached between the Board of School Trustees and the Northwest Allen County Educators Association this month. Read more

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Indiana received approval Oct. 26 to continue its successful alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion — the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) — for 10 more years. This allows the state to continue health coverage for more than 572,000 low-income adult Hoosiers. Read more

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It’s the first time since 2016 that Carroll will face a nonconference opponent in Class 6A football. Though it’s the same matchup as the first round of the Chargers’ 2016 sectional trip, a lot has changed for the Warsaw Tigers’ program in that time. Read more

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Carroll Middle School has donated food to Lifehouse Church, formerly Huntertown United Methodist Church, for decades, but this year’s donation was especially meaningful to students as families throughout northwest Allen County and the rest of the world continue to struggle during the COVID-1… Read more