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Three men face charges of possession of animals used for fighting, a Level 6 felony, and possession of animal fighting paraphernalia with prior convictions, a misdemeanor.

The road was widened east of Elkhart to S.R. 15 and now there’s talk of improving the roadway further east to Middlebury.

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More than a year after funding was allocated for city’s blight problem, we’re only now seeing forward progress. Let’s not wait anymore.

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