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  • Hometown Business Makes Technological Leap

    Yesterday at 10:51 AM

    SOUTH MILFORD, Indiana (21Alive)--It’s not the sort of place you’d expect to find 21st century hi-tek science. Wible Lumber Company just outside South MSilford has been manufacturing custom wood products since the 1940’s…but never like this.

  • Life's Better Here: Adams County

    DECATUR, Indiana (21Alive)--We usually like to set up our camera in front of the Adams County courthouse when we’re in Decatur but today our backdrop is the impressive Bunge soybean processing operation in Decatur, formerly Central Soya.

  • 21Country and the Coldest Place on Earth!

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-It’s been called the most forbidding, and foreboding spot on earth…Antarctica, the outer edge of the world.

  • Life's Better Here: Huntington

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana (21Alive)-Whenever we’re in Huntington we like to set up here for this iconic view of the Huntington County Courthouse.

  • An Anniversary! Wow, Time Flies!

  • Fort Wayne Biggest Attraction Often Unseen

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)--Yea we’re downtown at the Embassy Theatre to talk about the fact that Fort Wayne is a city of attractions.

  • Golf Ball Collection Better Than Par

    LAKE JAMES, Indiana (21Alive)--Most days you’ll find Glen Rogers doing what he likes best, playing the holes out at Lake James Golf Course.

  • Life's Better Here: Whitley County

    COLUMBIA CITY, Indiana (21Alive)-It is pretty spectacular, you know this courthouse was designed by Brentwood Tolan, the same architect who designed the Allen County Courthouse and many others here in the Midwest.

  • Waterloo Depot Begins a New Generation of Service

    WATERLOO, Indiana (21Alive)-For 150 years it was small town America’s window on the world… a place for tearful goodbyes and joyful reunions…where all great adventures began and came to an end.

  • Portraits of Courage: Indiana's Civil War Generals

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (21Alive)-It’s one of the most stunning exhibitions ever to appear at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art; 68 magnificent portraits of Civil War generals, all from the State of Indiana.