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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s Coolest Thing Made in Indiana contest returns to crown a new Hoosier manufacturer that personifies the innovative spirit. Entries for the fan-voted competition are being accepted through Oct. 20.

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MERRILLVILLE (AP) — The utility that provides electricity for much of northern Indiana is seeking a 16.5 percent rate increase, saying the rate hike would help it modernize its electrical grid and make other improvements.

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MIDDLEBURY — State Rep. Joanna King, R-Middlebury, presented Bob Hawkins, Dave Hawkins and Mitch Hawkins of Hawkins Water Tech with a Heart of a Hoosier Award recognizing the local business’s 55 years of service in Elkhart County.

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GOSHEN — Goshen Physicians has expanded community access to health care with the opening of a new practice.

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ELKHART — An industry official remained optimistic Thursday in the face of a new forecast of recreational vehicle production calling for a 16 percent decline this year compared with a record-setting 2021 and another 16 percent decline in 2023.

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BRISTOL — It’s a coin toss whether a recession could be on the horizon, an economist told a chamber of commerce gathering Wednesday.

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ELKHART — MapleTronics, 2116 W. Wilden Ave, Goshen, has received a Business of the Month Award from the Greater Elkhart Chamber Business Recognition Council.

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ELKHART — RV shipments in July dropped by one-third compared with the same month last year, but industry observers remain bullish, saying consumer interest remains strong.

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NEW CARLISLE —General Motors Co. and LG Energy Solution are considering a rural area in northern Indiana as the location for their fourth Ultium Cells LLC joint venture battery cell manufacturing plant, the companies have confirmed.

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ELKHART — Genesis Products Inc., a manufacturer of OEM interior components, has acquired the Solid Surface division of Native Hardwoods, a manufacturer of hardwood and solid surface products. With a continued focus on countertop offerings, the acquisition will expand the Genesis team and dou…

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BRISTOL — The state plans to invest $250 million in road projects in Elkhart County over the next five years, according to transportation officials.

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STURGIS, Mich. — Puff Cannabis Co. – open for business beginning Monday, Aug. 15, at its new 6,000-square-foot location in Sturgis – is in need of more than 30 employees.

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ELKHART — Indianapolis Business Journal Media has named Amish Shah, CEO of Kem Krest, to its inaugural Indiana 250, a list of the most influential business and community leaders in Indiana. He was included in the Manufacturing and Logistics category for his impactful work across North Centra…

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BRISTOL — Winnebago Industries on Thursday announced the planned retirement of Bill Fenech, president, Barletta Pontoon Boats, effective Aug. 26.

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ELKHART — Donna L. Belusar will be stepping down at the end of the year as president and CEO of ADEC Inc., the organization’s board of directors announced Monday.

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NAPPANEE — Casey Tubman has been appointed president of Newmar Corp. effective Aug. 1, Winnebago Industries Inc. has announced.

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GOSHEN — Business and organization professionals at all levels can refresh and advance their communication skills in September through a four-week evening course taught by Goshen College instruction teams that blend faculty and student expertise.

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BRISTOL — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recently announced the promotion of Senior Trooper Andrew Inczauskis to the position of corporal at the Toll Road Post.

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BRISTOL — Barletta Pontoon Boats, a subsidiary of Winnebago Industries, announced on Tuesday that it will break ground in late summer or early fall on a 184,000-square-foot production facility on its 37-acre campus in Bristol.

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ELKHART — Employees at label and decal manufacturer Dec-O-Art are donating $10,000 to All 4 Animals Rescue, a Mishawaka organization that helps to rescue and rehome animals, in honor of a co-worker who died earlier this year.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s manufacturers still have time to take part in a new program that celebrates valuing employees – Indiana’s Best Places to Work in Manufacturing, organized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce – which will honor those employers who are going above and beyond to support t…

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ELKHART — Steve Bottom with Realty Group Resources was named 2022 Realtor of the Year by the Elkhart County Board of Realtors during the organization’s member appreciation event at the Hotel Elkhart.

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BRISTOL — Valmont Industries unveiled its nearly $30 million utility pole plant in Bristol on Friday, which officials say will employ nearly 100 people.

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ELKHART — THOR Industries Inc., the world’s leading RV manufacturer, on Wednesday announced record financial results for its third fiscal quarter ended April 30.

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ELKHART — Elkhart City Council on Monday approved rezoning that allows for the construction of two housing developments.

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ELKHART — RV production is projected to top 549,000 units by the end of this year – the industry’s the second best annual showing behind last year’s record-setting pace.

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ELKHART — THOR Industries Inc. announced the retirement Tuesday of Chris Hermon, one of the company’s North American RV Group Managers. He will stay on with the company in an active consultant role, the company said.

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ELKHART — Sheila Sieradzki has been named director of Elkhart community partnerships at Indiana University South Bend, a new position reflecting the university’s interest in strengthening its programs and presence in Elkhart County.

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