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ELKHART — An Elkhart police officer will not be required to take additional unpaid leave despite receiving a 30-day suspension on Monday.

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GOSHEN — Infant mortality in Indiana has dropped to its lowest rate in six years, but the death of any newborn is still one too many for Melanie Sizemore.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved the purchase of more than $200,000 worth of breathing equipment for the fire department Monday.

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ELKHART — Organizers of a new facility for comprehensive health care for women hope their new facility will be the beginning of a change in prenatal healthcare locally.

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ELKHART — Newly elected Mayor Rod Roberson revealed parts of his early agenda at a Thursday luncheon with Elkhart’s Young Professionals.

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ELKHART — The city plans on spending $450,000 to make sidewalks and curb ramps easier to maneuver for people with disabilities.

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SIMONTON LAKE — An Elkhart man was arrested after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase on his snowmobile while intoxicated.

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ELKHART — Desiree Beauchamp-Boucher wanted to give people a chance to do something they’re normally not supposed to do with art: Get close, put their hands on it and see what it does.

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GOSHEN — The expected cost of a pavilion and ice rink along the canal has increased to nearly $7.9 million, the Goshen Redevelopment Commission heard Tuesday, causing some board members to show signs of cold feet.

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ELKHART — The sewage pump that failed in north Elkhart on Friday was outdated, and city crews were hoping to replace it.

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GOSHEN — Regina Shands Stoltzfus, Goshen College professor of peace, justice and conflict studies, was keynote speaker during the 2020 King Celebration at Goshen College.

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ELKHART — Some may view it as a day off, but a group of community members in Elkhart took Martin Luther King Jr. Day as an opportunity to educate the youth and honor his legacy.

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ELKHART — The loss of South Side School 70 years ago scattered the Rev. Jean Mayes and her sisters to other schools throughout Elkhart.

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BRISTOL — Naming trees in winter can be tricky. But be like Sherlock Homes and you might be successful. It is the art of deduction.

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GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Food Council is slowing moving forward in an effort to discover how it can better serve the community.

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ELKHART — Lacasa Inc. announced the construction of a new office at 516 S. Main St. in Elkhart to kick off its 50th year in Elkhart County.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart Public Library knows the importance of music in a child’s life and it is teaming up with the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra to ensure children get that exposure.

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ELKHART — Firefighters are at greater risk than most of getting cancer. A new Elkhart Fire Department policy would make it easier to document how the firefighters' line of work may have contributed to them becoming sick.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart police officer risked his own health when he entered a burning house looking for an entrapped resident in November.

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GOSHEN — More than 200 tons of leaves were saved from going up in smoke after a county-sponsored collection contest returned in the fall.

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The staff and board members of the Elkhart County 4-H Fair recently attended the International Association of Fairs and Expos (IAFE) Annual Convention and the Indiana Association of Fairs (INAF) where the Fair won several awards.

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ELKHART — A popular line at the Hubbart Hill retirement community last week was that those celebrating their 94th and 99th birthdays were little more than younglings.

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BRISTOL — The number of euthanizations at the Humane Society of Elkhart County has decreased drastically in the past decade, sparing the lives of thousands of cats and dogs, officials say. 

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ELKHART — Students at Elkhart Community Schools will be singing a new fight song next school year when Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial merge to become Elkhart High School.

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ELKHART — Emergency management officials are gearing up for the possibility of floods in Elkhart County over the weekend and into next week. 

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County Jail will hold detained immigrants for up to 72 hours, rather than the previous limit of 48 hours, following a request from U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement, Sheriff Jeff Siegel announced Thursday. 

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GOSHEN — Jason Sharp didn’t wake up Tuesday morning expecting to become a vigilante, but he became one after his Jeep was stolen and social media helped him track down the alleged perpetrator – eventually even drawing his weapon to face down the suspect.