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Man charged in armed robberies

Anthony Lee Dias, last known address 318 Swayzee St. Marion, Ind. 46952

BY Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com Police arrested a Marion man Friday in connection to a string of armed robberies and thefts of a vending machine collector over the past year, totalling more than $750 of change, according to police reports. Anthon

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Attempted escape foiled

Daniel Dion Barnhardt, last known address 269 Oak St., Huntington, Ind.

by Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com Police tackled a Huntington man and stopped him from escaping Huntington County Superior Court after he was sentenced to half a year in jail for possession of methamphetamine, according to police reports. Daniel Di

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Locals place at indoor archery state competitions

SHOOTING ARROWS: 17-year-old Emily Montgomery shoots at a target during the Indiana Archery Indoor State Championship at Lakeview Christian School in Marion. Competitors have 60 arrows, with each arrow scoring a possible 10 points.

By Clay Winowiecki - cwinowiecki@chronicle-tribune.com MARION — Archery athletes faced off against one another at the Indiana Archery Indoor State Championship on Saturday, and archers from Huntington North High School are preparing for Scholastic 3D Archery

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PHH makes nation's top 100 list

- Staff report Parkview Huntington Hospital is one of the Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals in the United States, according to the Chartis Center for Rural Health. Regarded as one of the industry’s most significant designations of performance excellence

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Kickstarting Horace Mann's robotics club

TEAM: The third team works on building their robot on Thursday during one of their twice-a-week meetings.

by Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com While many robotics teams across Huntington County have reached state competitions, Horace Mann Elementary School is just begining their program this year, and they could use some help growing it. Jeanne

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Historic home to be saved

HOME: The Humbert home at 337 E. Market St. was saved by Huntington Alert, with help from an Indiana Landmarks grant that paid for rehabilitation of the home, including a new roof, landscaping and interior improvements. The home, which was formerly a senior center and doctor's office, was on a path to bedemolished for unsafe violations.

by Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com The home of a prominent Huntington businessman and former state senator will be preserved, after the City of Huntington worked with the preservation group Huntington Alert to save the home from demolition. The Humb

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Indiana welcomes first national park

- Article provided WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) joined Congressman Pete Visclosky (D-Ind. District 1) and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R-Ind. District 2) to announce that the 61st National Park in the United States and the first National Park for

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Charges of theft against city worker are dismissed

by Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com Huntington County Superior Court Judge Jennifer Newton accepted a motion, at the request of Adams County Prosecuting Attorney Jeremy Brown, to dismiss charges of theft against former Huntington Police Dep

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Parks Department programs focus on family fun

LIGHTS: This year’s Daddy-Daughter Dance will be Wonderland themed, and participants are encouraged to dress the part forthe event.

Staff report In the fast-paced world of the 21st Century, young children cherish undivided attention. Hundreds of young girls and boys will have their dreams come true in the upcoming weeks, as the Huntington City Parks Department’s programs focused on family

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HU hires new VP for Advancement

VICE PRESIDENT: Stephen Weingart was born in Indiana before having a successful career in Ohio. He said he is excited to return to his Hoosier roots to help the community and university's vision.

by Andrew Maciejewski - amaciejewski@h-ponline.com Huntington University announced the hiring of Stephen Weingart as the Vice President of University Advancement. He replaces former VP for Advancement Vincent Haupert, who resigned amid sexual assault allegations in

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