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Two Yoders will fight for an Elkhart County commissioner’s seat in the May primary, snow is expected to hit the area this week, plus three other stories


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Ekhart County police are looking for a man who robbed a 7-Eleven on Saturday morning


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Elkhart to see colder temperatures with highs in the mid-20’s after two months of above average warmth


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