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Three men displaying handguns reportedly took cash from Deanda Auto Repair in Elkhart Wednesday evening, July 29.

Tori Fater

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The Pillars of Elkhart will add art displays, seating, planters and lighting to the alleyway between 215 and 217 S. Main St.

J. C. Lee

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Trevor Ouimet, 21, was found with prescription drugs and more than 80 grams of marijuana following the crash on S.R. 15, according to police reports.

Tori Fater

Posted at 5:00 a.m.
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