Tuesday, March 3, 2015




The talk stems from complaints over the years from voters of having to pass through security at the Elkhart location, at the county courts building.

Tim Vandenack

Posted at 4:40 p.m.
Dick Moore

The Elkhart City Council stripped funding for Moore’s $349,000 proposal from a spending proposal, but that’s not dissuading him.

Tim Vandenack

Posted at 7:06 p.m.
Ed Windbigler

The Elkhart City Council is in the midst of discussions over Mayor Dick Moore’s proposal to spend $349,000 on new body cameras and related technology.

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Elkhart mayoral candidate Dan Boecher said that Elkhart can be a great city only if its leadership is bold.

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The president announced changes last year that would benefit up to 5 million undocumented immigrants, but they haven’t yet been implemented because of a court challenge.

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The Elkhart mayoral candidate will speak to the group at Sports Time Family Pub and Grill. The gathering is open to the public. 

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The $349,000 proposal, which covers the cost of body cams and new in-car cameras, stemmed in part from an incident last July on Garfield Avenue.

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