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WYOMING, Mich. (AP) — A school official was near the front of a homecoming parade in western Michigan when he heard about a tragic accident and rushed to the rear. A 4-year-old boy, Jordan Lamrouex, was run over by a float and killed Friday...
Tags: Arts and Culture
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Dog owners and dog lovers gathered at Howard Park on Saturday afternoon for the first-ever Peace Paws Festival to benefit PetsConnect, a local dog rescue organization. The festival featured a '60s-themed dog walk, live music, vendors,...
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NILES – Late September is always a popular time for Niles. But this fall is reason to celebrate! This September marks 40 years for the annual 4 flags area Apple Festival. Nearly 100,000 people are expected to attend what's known as one of...
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Apples, Arts and Culture
WSBT-TVNAPPANEE – There’s an old saying that too many cooks spoil the broth. But that’s definitely not the case for a unique baking project that’s part of the celebration at this weekend’s Nappanee Apple Festival. It’s not...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A northern Indiana festival that toasts the life of Johnny Appleseed is being asked by an animal rights group to honor the frontier apple tree planter's animal-loving ways by dropping meat from its menu. Historians say the...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — It might be art or it might just be cute, but a Minneapolis museum is giving serious attention to the online phenomenon of funny cat videos with a film festival in their honor. The Walker Art Center's "Internet Cat Video Film...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Entertainment, Movies, YouTube
If it's August in Osceola, that translates to "Osceola Bluegrass Festival." The popular event continues through the weekend at Fern Hunsberger Park, corner of Rogers and Lamport streets. Like the Blueberry Festival, the Osceola Business Association's...
Excitement continues to build for the 18th Annual Enshrinement Festival at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown South Bend this weekend. Up to 10,000 visitors are expected to help celebrate college football's finest. A street "name changing...
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WSBT-TV ReporterThursday normally marks the start of one of southwest Michigan's largest festivals. But for the first time in 33 years there will be no Venetian Festival in St. Joseph, Michigan. Last September the Festival committee decided to end the annual four-day...
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MADISON LAKE, Minn. (AP) — Only an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny number of bikini-wearers turned out to strut their stuff in a southern Minnesota town. Organizers had hoped for hundreds of women to march Saturday in what was billed as the World's Largest...
SOUTH BEND—The Studebakers Drivers Club has traveled to the City of South Bend to celebrate a weeklong gathering for car enthusiasts and South Bend residents. The following events offer free admission with a $5 parking fee for the St. Joseph...
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WSBT-TV ReporterMarshall County is banning all fireworks, both public displays and for personal use. But the Bremen Fire Department still plans on holding its annual fireworks on July 4th. And THAT decision is causing some fireworks of its own. WSBT Reporter Denise...
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