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Since last October, the library has not required masks inside the facility. However, the recent surge in positive cases in Huntington County and across the state has changed the minds of the library’s board of trustees, at least temporarily.

One day after Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan’s “top legislative agenda initiative” was passed by the state house’s Elections Committee, Sullivan visited Huntington County to meet with Huntington County Clerk Shelley Septer.

Sports

The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced Sunday night that Huntington North High School will host this year’s #6 4A Sectional, giving the Vikings home court advantage during the opening rounds of the postseason.

On Saturday night, the Huntington North boys basketball team defeated Bellmont 49-40. The Vikings methodically built their lead, outscoring their opponent by six points in the first half before opening up a 49-35 lead in the fourth quarter to seal the game.

Believe it or not, the college baseball season is just weeks away. Due to the amount of months in the academic calendar, spring sports are forced to start in late January or early February. The freezing temperatures and snow creates a challenge for northern schools, including Huntington University.

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Opinion

Several months ago, on Feb. 13, following the conclusion of the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley issued a statement, which read in part: “President Trump continued to argue that the election had been stolen even though the courts didn’t back up his claims. He belittled and harassed elected officials across the country to get his way.

A portion of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was included in the recent Build Back Better bill that was passed in the House. The LJSA, which has bipartisan support in the House, provides needed support for local journalists across the U.S. and is now being considered in the Senate.