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  • Local Kids Revive Gregorian Chants

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)-It’s another school day at the David and Therese Smith household. Therese home schools her kids. She has eight of them, seven boys and one very precious little girl. The Smith’s are devout Catholics, a fact that has led this family on a very interesting journey of discovery.

  • The Old West, out in 'Your Country'

    MENTONE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--“I grew up watching Roy Rogers and all that of course”, says artist Robert Hudson. “I. always loved horses and the West and stories of my dad about how beautiful it was in the west.”

  • 19th Century Opera House still Bringing in Crowds

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Before 3d, before IMAX, before even movie theatres most little towns had an opera house

  • Abandoned Church Brings Community Together

    ALBION, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--They dot the countryside, little houses of worship all boarded up...their congregations long gone along with their usefulness. Sweet Church up in Noble County was doomed to such a fate

  • Nothing But Garden-Fresh for Avilla Pizza Joint

    AVILLA, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--Just after sunrise in Avilla Indiana and Larry Goldsmith has already combed goodies from of his fabulous garden, irrigated by an 11-hundred gallon rainwater tank.

  • Dekalb County's Mausoleums Unique to Area

    AUBURN, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--It’s not where you’d expect to find an important historic building but here it is in Auburn’s Woodlawn Cemetery, the Auburn Mausoleum, final resting spot for dozens of DeKalb County’s most famous citizens, and part of a popular trend that swept this country a hundred years ago.

  • Fort Wayne Author Writes for Kids

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--FORT WAYNE AUTHOR AN ILLUSTRATOR LYNN ROWE REED KNEW AS A CHILD EXACTLY WHAT SHE WANTED TO BE WHEN SHE GREW UP.

  • Huntington County's Civil War Refuge

    HUNTINGTON, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--The soldiers who fought the Civil War came home as traumatized as any soldier returning from battle today, except in 1865 traumatic stress syndrome was unheard of, and there was no place that offered therapy..with one important exception.

  • The Real Cause of America's Civil War

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--There’s something interesting here in little Waterloo Indiana…a statue of a civil war soldier, its features marred by age, marking the grave of a young man who never grew old.

  • Hitler Photo Album is Stunning Propaganda

    FORT WAYNE, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter)--We’ve been here before, the fine books room at the Allen County Public Library…full of rare literary treasures and the permanent home of our city’s world class collection of Abraham Lincoln documents.