Here’s everything you need to know for your Thanksgiving Day in Elkhart County

Ann Elise Taylor

Posted at 5:15 a.m.

Though it was still too early for exact numbers, Faith Mission of Elkhart estimates more than 2,300 people participated in this year’s Turkey Stampede

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Debbie Richards had T-cell lymphoma, but a database match gave her a 1 in 13 million chance at cells that would help her to heal

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