Albion New Era


Albion New Era is listed in the Newspapers category in Albion, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Albion New Era which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Albion New Era on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Contact information for Albion New Era is:
407 S Orange St
Albion, IN 46701
(260) 636-2042
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Avilla man uses military experience to launch drone business.

Avilla man uses military experience to launch drone business.

RT @SteveGKPC: The @CentralNoble wrestlers and girls bball are now on their way to visit Wolf Lake elem! @cnwlprincipal

CN athlete sendoff!

KPC News was live.
CN athlete sendoff!

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RT @KendallvilleIN: Weston Ave between Drake Rd & Ohio St will be closed for utility work from 2/21/17 to 2/24/17 & 2/27/17 to 3/3/17 https…

Volunteers have an amazing positive impact in each of our communities! Thank you to each and every one of them!!! If your organization has a need for volunteers we invite you to submit an article to KPC to help you get the word out.
As a little girl visiting her grandmother in the hospital, Ellyne Sollenberger was intrigued by the volunteers that handed out the room passes to the friends and family members visiting their loved ones who were in the hospital. “I always wanted to do that job — but it was a volunteer position, not…

Trine University and the Dekko Foundation have partnered to offer skating and ice hockey to area youth.
Trine University expects to hire a youth hockey program director in the very near future, with programming to begin in August.

A LaGrange Co. cheese plant has prompted a nationwide cheese recall after a sample tested positive for listeria.
SHIPSHEWANA – Saying they are acting “out of an abundance of caution” the owners of a LaGrange County cheese plant have prompted a nationwide recall of some cheese products after a sample of the locally produced cheese tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes.