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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash Valley College’s Radio/TV department’s TV station, News Channel 15, has been nominated by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System for the national award “Best Community College TV Station.” In addition, student Tristan Thomas has been individually nominated in the categ…

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MOUNT CARMEL — Art Kimmel, who recently replaced retiring Bob Mayhue with the brush department for the City of Mount Carmel, is looking to adjust the pick-up schedule in the City.

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MOUNT CARMEL — With Monday evening marking the first Mount Carmel City Council meeting of the new year, Mayor Joe Judge delivered the State of the City address to a full house at City Hall.

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CHICAGO, Ill. — A $947,000 judgment awarded by a U.S. Southern District of Illinois Court jury to a Lawrenceville, Illinois mother in damages from her mother and stepfather in 2018 was upheld earlier this month by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, according to court records.

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Classes for Wabash District 348, Allendale and St. Mary's schools are canceled Wednesday due to road conditions and frigid temperatures.

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MOUNT CARMEL — The deadline for Wabash County property owners to pay their second installment of property taxes without incurring a penalty is Dec. 1. Taxes must be postmarked by that date or paid in the Wabash County Treasurer's office by 5 p.m. that date.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash County Sheriff Derek Morgan confirmed two people were treated in connection with a shooting incident in the 100 block of Hackberry Street in Bellmont late Thursday night.

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MTC Fit's Jumping for a Cause jump-rope clinic and rope-braiding party Monday gave youngsters a chance to learn a classic fun fitness move, while adults cut T-shirts and braided the strips into jump-ropes that will be packed into Samaritan's Purse Christmas shoe-box gifts.

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MOUNT CARMEL — Safe Haven has had a busy year, serving more than 50 residents at the women and children's shelter.