Sunday, November 23, 2014
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City of Elkhart plans to close stretches of C.R. 15 and East Bristol Street for repaving Nov. 24 and 25.


Posted at 2:49 p.m.
 The 2014-15 NorthWood Panthers open their season Nov. 25 at Lakeland. Varsity players are (from left, front) Braxton Linville, Alec Dutkowski, Trey Bilinski, Dakiyron Fox, Cam Simpson, Caleb Lung and Vincent Miranda; (back) Drew Minnich, Luke Zurcher, Spencer Sheline, Ryan Ewald, JayLynn Borkholder and Chad Sellers.

The Panthers went a record-setting 21-3 last winter, but Braxton Linville is the lone starter back from that team.

Anthony Anderson

Posted at 11:57 a.m.

Preliminary charges include underage drinking, theft and possession of a handgun without a permit.


Posted at 11:10 a.m.
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Posted at 7:00 a.m.

Notre Dame lost its third straight, but there’s undoubtedly some areas of improvement after the loss to Northwestern. 

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