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Some readers said turning away Syrian refugees won’t solve anything, while others said the Indiana governor is simply trying to protect the state

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Penn, in its 11th IHSAA state championship berth, could not stop Center Grove in key moments of 6A final

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For those who didn't get enough holiday shopping done on Black Friday, retailers in Elkhart, Goshen and the rest of the region offered up plenty of deals for Small Business Saturday

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By partnering with Indiana Small Business Development Center and MutualBank, the owners of Fruit Hills Winery have been able to see their dream of owning a business come true.



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