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5 things to know for your Thursday in Indiana

Everett Golson will start for Notre Dame this season, Baugo Community Schools redesigned its mascot and three other stories to start your day.


Posted on Aug. 14, 2014 at 5:55 a.m.

Notre Dame's Everett Golson named starter against Rice

Notre Dame football head coach Brian Kelly named senior Everett Golson starting quarterback for the 2014 season. Kelly said he’s not planning on a dual-quarterback season, so Golson will start for the foreseeable future.

Jimtown has a new Jimmie

Purdue University asked Baugo Community Schools to change its mascot, saying the Jimtown Jimmies mascot looked too much like Purdue Pete. The new Jimmie is less cartoon-ish and more serious-looking.

Two lanes on Indiana Toll Road shut down following a crash

Two westbound lanes on the toll road shut down Wednesday after an accident with two semi trucks and a handful of passenger vehicles. One semi truck caught on fire and one passenger was airlifted from the scene. 

Woman hospitalized after car rolls on Old US 20

A 72-year-old woman was taken to the hospital Tuesday after her car rolled over on Old U.S. 20 and Osborn Avenue. No other vehicles were involved in the crash. The driver was taken to Elkhart General Hospital with head and face lacerations and complaining of chest pain.

Theft, DUI and domestic abuse reported to police this week

This weekly crime map shows incident reports recorded by the Elkhart Police Department.


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