Amish family takes rare step of pursuing justice in court

Eva and Loren Schlabach of Shipshewana sued Sevison Transport and truck driver Jerry Hendrick last year, alleging Hendrick negligently caused the 2012 buggy crash that killed 7-month-old Jaedon Schlabach.

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The Pillars of Elkhart will add art displays, seating, planters and lighting to the alleyway between 215 and 217 S. Main St.

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Trevor Ouimet, 21, was found with prescription drugs and more than 80 grams of marijuana following the crash on S.R. 15, according to police reports.

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