Saturday, September 20, 2014
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 The National Weather Service Northern Indiana has issued a severe thunderstorm warning Saturday, Sept. 20.

The warning ended at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana’s hazardous weather outlook continues to be in effect.


Posted at 4:03 p.m.
 This busy stretch of S.R. 19, south of Mishawaka Road, is one of three areas where residents are challenging the city of Elkhart's plan to annex by filing lawsuits. This property is part of area 7.

Homeowners hope to stop city annexation plans in areas to the north, west and south of the city.


Posted at 1:46 p.m.
 Memorial senior Dustin Ellsworth, 17, gives a strong extended handshake to offensive line coach Dan Loth after practice on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2014, at Memorial. Dustin, who has autism, started his football career with the Crimson Chargers as a student manager his freshman year and has played on the team for the last three.

Dustin Ellsworth, a Crimson Charger senior, works hard, doesn’t complain and revels his high school football teammates.


Posted at 11:37 a.m.
 Kim Mishler (left) Adam Schlemmer and dog Nic walk along the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail near C.R. 28 during the Maple City Walk, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. The Walk featured 6.25 mile, half marathon and full marathon distances this year.
Posted 1 hour ago

125 people walked one of three distances.

 Concord Junior High student Miguel Reyes, 13, and the Concord High Minutemen head toward the sideline after a pre-game huddle Friday, Sept. 19.
Posted 2 hours ago

The only team color that mattered at Jake Field Friday night was “Mighty Miguel” blue as 13-year-old Miguel Reyes took the field

 Goshen homeowners may face having to pay a fine if the city passes an ordinance that prohibits the storage of certain items outside a house.
Posted 2 hours ago

The Goshen city council has been looking for ways deter residents and homeowners from negatively impacting the appearance of their neighborhoods.

 Council members David Henke and Tonda Hines are silhouetted Thursday night against the harsh early evening sunlight that streams in through four large windows in the council chambers. Each window has a blind, but it's not very effective.
Posted at 4:49 p.m.

Bright sunshine among numerous other tidbits recapped from city budget sessions.

 The Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department alleges 28-year-old Zachary Springer called in a threat to Wawasee High School to distract law enforcement while he robbed a Key Bank on S.R. 13.
Posted at 2:49 p.m.

A Warsaw man allegedly made a threatening phone call to Wawasee High School to distract law enforcement during a robbery at Key Bank in North Webster.

 Phyllis Herczeg stands near a collection of her students' work in her Elkhart home Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Herczeg retired from Elkhart Community Schools this year after nearly 40 years teaching.
Posted at 2:20 p.m.

Retiring teachers look back on a career of helping kids, a Concord High flutist marches despite physical challenges and more uplifting news

 Joe Bock, Democratic hopeful for the 2nd District U.S. House seat is shown here Thursday, Sept. 11 in Elkhart.
Posted at 1:34 p.m.

Rochester High School students asked the two to take part in a debate at the school. Bock’s said yes, Walorski has yet to respond.

 Wallace Henderson (right) and Miguel Reyes pose for a portrait at Reyes' home Saturday, Sept. 20, in Elkhart.
Posted at 1:21 p.m.

13-year-old Miguel Reyes, an Elkhart teenager fighting a brain tumor, will get tickets to the matchup between his favorite Chicago Bears and the Atlanta Falcons.

 Mishawaka police are searching for a suspect in connection with a shooting Friday night, Sept. 19.
Posted at 11:57 a.m.

Mishawaka police are searching for a man accused of shooting a 16-year-old in the face Friday night, Sept. 19.

 Cindy Wagner wears this year's Middlebury Walks for a Cure t-shirt  and stands with walk founder, Nean Smith.
Posted at 10:26 a.m.

Middlebury Walks for a Cure has raised $184,000 in the last nine years to help Elkhart County women fight breast cancer.


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