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flotilla shark week

The 39th annual Flotilla featured Shark Week, ice cream and pirate ship vessels. 

Danielle Waldron

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elkhart county sheriff's department death investigation

Magallanes was found dead Sunday morning, July 5, with explosion injuries. 

Danielle Waldron

Posted at 5:43 p.m.
elkhart county sheriff's department death investigation

The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department was called for a death investigation near the 54000 block of Independence Street. 


Posted at 12:07 p.m.
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