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Laura Dunn and Benjamin Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dunn of Auburn, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan of Huntington, Indiana are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Laura Elizabeth and Benjamin Platt. Laura is a graduate of DeKalb High School and IPFW. Comment?
John Aden, executive director of the local African/African-American Historical Museum, will share the story of "William Warfield: Renaissance Man of Color, 1868-1936" during the rescheduled George R. Mather lecture at 2 p.m. Sunday at The History Center, 302 E. Berry St. Admission is free. Aden had been scheduled to speak this past Sunday, but the event was postponed because of the winter storm. Comment?
When Alexa "Lexi" and Hunter Ehle presented the idea of a "Socktober" sock collection to their principal, Tyler Kopp, at St. Peter's Lutheran School, they never dreamed they would collect so many socks that it would fill the conference room. "It was just amazing there were so many of them," Hunter said. Comment?
An Auburn teen is in good condition after she lost control of her car just before midnight on Friday while trying to avoid an animal in the road, the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department reports. The victim, Brittany N. Pogue, 19, was driving westbound in the 3400 block of County Road 28 on Friday when she swerved. Comment?
The DeKalb Central United School District is moving forward with a $16.6 million plan to partially tear down, reconstruct and remodel one of its elementary schools. Construction on McKenney- Harrison Elementary School, 320 Van Auken St. in Auburn, is expected to begin in January and be completed by spring 2017. Comment?
Even so, this was his 10th consecutive year attending the annual Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, an extravaganza that literally places classic cars on pedestals. Comment?
A 27-year-old man died early Wednesday after crashing and rolling his vehicle on Interstate 69 in DeKalb County near the 337 mile marker. Comment?
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