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Jose Quiroz of the Elkhart Four has been sentenced to 10 years in prison

Resident says weekly meetings create traffic, safety problems, but Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers says the neighbor is being ’a little unreasonable’

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Lane Gaby and his family struggle to pay medical bills for his end-stage renal disease treatment, and they’ve set a $50,000 goal to help pay for a pancreas and kidney transplant that could potentially save his life

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The 5 percent increase in RV shipments last year is a boost to the county’s economy, and the future looks bright as well

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