Students at Goshen Community Schools’ high school and middle school will take another vote, in light of the removal of the “Red Devils” option

Ann Elise Taylor

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Elkhart County mobile home fire

Four people made it out of the mobile home safely, as well as a dog and a cat

Ann Elise Taylor

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Elkhart City Council

The nine hopefuls for three at-large council posts faced off in a forum at IUSB Elkhart Center.

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