Friday, December 19, 2014




The Elkhart County Community Foundation granted $750,000 to the Partnership for Children, a collaboration between 11 local youth agencies provide mental health resources and specialized support to at-risk kids.

Michelle Sokol

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Devin Cannady posted 28 points to keep the Knights’ win streak alive.

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Ryan Lutz scored 19 points for Penn, while teammate Billy Doslak scored 14.

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Elkhart Memorial wins its 15th-consecutive regular season matchup against crosstown rival Elkhart Central.

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The principal informed Jim Iannarelli, who was arrested in connection with inappropriate video recordings of students in a locker room, of the preliminary decision to cancel his contract in a recent letter. His pay has already been suspended.

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Libby Yeakey and Libby Tully are the lone seniors for Elkhart Central’s gymnastics program. They may have the same name, but their leadership styles are very different.

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