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first_img Twitter Twitter Google+ Previous articlePolice order Art Van Furniture store to close earlyNext articleElkhart woman arrested after vehicle is struck by train Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Pinterest 14-year-old killed, other injured in DeKalb County car crash IndianaNews Facebook Facebook By Jon Zimney – March 8, 2020 0 192 WhatsApp (95.3 MNC) AUBURN, Ind. (WANE-TV) — Authorities say a 14-year-old is dead and two other teenagers have been injured in a vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana.The DeKalb County sheriff’s office says the crash happened just before 7 p.m. Saturday on County Road 59.Authorities say the car the was traveling north when it ran off the road. The driver lost control of the vehicle, which hit a concrete sign and flipped over.The 14-year-old was a passenger in the front seat.The driver was a 16-year-old who suffered a collapsed lung and shoulder injury.The 15-year-old backseat passenger suffered scratches.An investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — The 2019 Thunder Bay International Film Festival begins Wednesday night on the road at Alcona High School.Tuesday means one last day of previews for local students in the area. Students at Alpena High School got the chance to have a sneak peek of some of the movies coming to the 7th annual film fest. A discussion took place after viewing a few of the selections.“It made me really think about our actions and what I can do to help prevent these things from continuing,” said Freshman Emma Allen.Students, volunteers, and festival coordinators talked about environmental issues facing our Oceans and Great Lakes. The freshmen that attended the afternoon session had a few favorite films. They also took away some important messages that the films portrayed.“It’s interesting to see how sharks are treated, and how they can be treated better,” said Freshman Ande Fischer. “They are not just these vicious animals that we see, they are actually are beautiful creatures, and they have a life too.”“There were a couple standouts that really made you think about what we do to ecosystems and how it effects other species,” said Freshman Sawyer Haugerude.This was the last round of previews for the film fest. Over 1,000 students got a first look thanks to the Friends of Thunder Bay, volunteers from Huron Pines Americorp, and volunteers from the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Intiative.The film fest kicks off Wednesday in Alcona. Thursday, the film fest travels up to Rogers City then back to Alpena on Friday through Sunday.More information on films and tickets for the festival can be found at www.thunderbayfriends.org.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: 2019 Thunder Bay International Film Festival, Alcona High School, alpena, Alpena High School, Film Fest, First Federal/mBank Community Foundation, friends of thunder bay national marine sanctuary, Huron Pines AmeriCorp, Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship InitiativeContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan Air National Guard officials seeking community leaders input in airspace proposalNext Alpena City Council approves 1-percent administration fee on tax billslast_img read more