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The Elkhart Truth will update this story as more information becomes available.

Amanda Mitchell

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Pumpernickel’s owes close to $200,000, according to the state of Indiana.

Terry Mark

Updated on May. 27, 2015 at 12:38 p.m.
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The Greencroft resident loves to read and says callers are a special blessing.

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Veteran Logan Beckwith started Fat Boy’s Nerd Emporium in 2013, bringing comic books and tabletop gaming to Elkhart County.

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Danielle Welty triples, doubles and scores twice for the Bruins, who fall 7-5.

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Raider pitcher Sami Deisler twirled eight strikeouts in the win.

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The Falcons escape with a thrilling 3-2 Northridge Regional girls tennis semifinal victory over Elkhart Memorial.

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Each year, principals and their leadership teams at each Goshen school choose a student who they believe has shown a lot of growth in their academics and behavior. 

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A dozen Elkhart County organizations are teaming up for a program that aims to help children with emotional, behavioral or mental health problems.

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Bicyclists can ride at their own pace to 10 pit stops throughout Goshen from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 30.

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These Canadian-made hot tubs, now available at AGN Market in Middlebury, are built to work in some of the coldest and harshest climates in the world.

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