Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, March 4, includes a preview of a new MTV show that will feature one of the Elkhart Four teens in an episode, plus four more stories.
The tax break, granted Monday by the Elkhart City Council, would save the company an estimated $222,573 in property taxes over its three-year term. The eight new jobs would pay an average of $30,900 per year.
Elkhart County Commissioners gave final approval to a proposed recreational vehicle storage lot near Middlebury on Monday, March
Players, fans and coaches of Concord and Warsaw add plenty of flair to the opening-night scene at the Class 4A Elkhart Sectional.
Brady Bechtel, Jack Gingerich and Austin Woolett each score in double digit as the Redskins earn a semifinal spot opposite Northridge.
Filip Serwatka scores 15 points, grabs 13 rebounds, while a pair of sophomores add clutch plays as the Minutemen eliminate the No. 18 Tigers.
The Warriors couldn’t keep up in the first round of the 2A boys basketball sectional on Tuesday night.
The Middlebury Community Schools board approved the implementation of a “blended learning” model at Northridge Middle School and Northridge High School, meaning students can take advantage of an online learning portal while still receiving face-to-face support.
A group of wood carvers in Nappanee is gathers Saturday mornings to share how-to wisdom, humorous stories and cups of coffee as they shape blocks of wood.
The Elkhart City Council stripped funding for Moore’s $349,000 proposal from a spending proposal, but that’s not dissuading him.
After social media commenters criticized the Elkhart Youth and Community Center’s executive director for the organization’s closure, a longtime employee said the Center was on the right track until building issues sprang up.
Martinez was a two-year varsity letterwinner for coach Viratham Mounsithiraj's Redskins, helping Goshen win a Class 2A state championship in the fall of 2014.
Both were team captains and MVPs at their respective schools in the fall of 2014. Next year, they’ll be playing together for an Indiana college.
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