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Pending weather the Elkhart City Street Department will close the following Streets for milling from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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ELKHART — A flying bison soared over Elkhart on Thursday as Wellfield Botanic Gardens installed its newest addition.

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ELKHART — Next year, after their athletic programs merge, the Central-Memorial rivalry will be a thing of the past, but tonight, Elkhart fans celebrate with one final Mangy Lion football game.

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BRISTOL — When welding equipment fell from a forklift and killed 43-year-old Shawn Gray on June 7 at Bravo Trailers, the employer was at least partly responsible, according to documents from the Indiana Department of Labor.

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GOSHEN — City Council members weighed the forest against the trees Tuesday as they questioned whether Goshen could expand its green commitment without overgrowing the size of government.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County suffered the largest decrease in weekly average wages in the nation from March 2018 to March 2019, according to a report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday.

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ELKHART — An external audit of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department, proposed by Mayor Tim Neese after the parks superintendent was charged with embezzlement from his previous job, has been turned down by the City Council.

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ELKHART — Cueramaro Supermarket on Lusher Avenue burned on Friday, Aug. 9, and the owners say they feel certain they know who set it ablaze.

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ELKHART — A 57-year-old motorcyclist was injured in a crash west of Elkhart on Tuesday morning, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff's Office.

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GOSHEN — Two adults and a child were taken to the hospital, one man by helicopter, after a three-vehicle crash in Goshen on Friday, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works ordered that two rental properties be torn down despite the owner's claim that one of them would be inhabitable in four weeks.

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GOSHEN — People facing lower-level criminal charges who pose little risk to re-offend may get out of jail quicker under new rules that go into effect next year.

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ELKHART — Employees at Forest River Inc. know how to build RVs. They also know how to throw a picnic.

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MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury’s Boys & Girls Club is ready to take on the next wave of children with an expansion of its facilities. 

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GOSHEN — Former Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers has thrown his hat in the ring as a Republican candidate for the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners in the spring primary.

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MIDDLEBURY — Members of the ownership team, the chamber of commerce and the town manager cut a ribbon Monday to mark the opening of a new cafe at 830 S. Main St.

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NAPPANEE — For the third year in a row, a Nappanee couple have been named finalists in Indiana Farm Bureau’s young farmer award for Excellence in Agriculture.

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ELKHART — Multiple agencies that serve children and families announced a new collaborative approach to intervention that they built together from the ground up.

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ELKHART — The City of Elkhart Office of Development Services is inviting residents to participate in a series of free fair housing training sessions. These sessions will be held in collaboration with the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and aim to educate the public on fair housing laws.

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ELKHART — Southgate Crossing is making plans to become the tourist attraction its builders always hoped it would be.

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ELKHART — Faith Mission of Elkhart, a Christian social service agency, has a potential buyer for its old thrift store on 1017 S. Main St., but its officials said they hope to get a higher bid from the city.

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GOSHEN — A city councilman and downtown building owner is looking for a new angle on the streetside parking changes coming to Goshen.

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ELKHART — The likely developers of the former Alick's property on East Jackson Boulevard have been granted access to the site in order to test if the land is favorable to development.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Lutes Family Farm of Elkhart County was honored by state Sen. Blake Doriot, R-Syracuse, and state Rep. Curt Nisly, R-Milford, at the Hoosier Homestead Award Ceremony at the Indiana State Fair.

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ELKHART — Junior Achievement and Lemonade Day have an announced the winners of nine awards that will be presented at the 2019 Elkhart County Business Legacy Hall of Fame Gala.

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NAPPANEE — Two men have been arrested after one allegedly bought puppies with counterfeit bills and the other led police on a multi-county chase, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved a two-month closure on Jefferson Street starting today for a parking lot construction project, after hearing from neighbors of the project who didn’t feel adequately warned.

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ELKHART — Being eliminated from the cornhole tournament Saturday was a blessing in disguise for Rosalyn and Frankie Wallace: It meant they could get to the cars and snow cones quicker.

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GOSHEN — Hiring a second case manager will allow the Elkhart County drug court to take on twice as many participants.

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DUNLAP — Concord Community Schools has a new virtual academy for the new school year designed to offer high school students an option to a traditional brick-and-mortar setting, officials said.

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GOSHEN — A 30-year-old Goshen man ran a few hundred feet, trying to escape the Goshen Police Department, before being arrested on Thursday, according to police.

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ELKHART — Two Elkhart natives may have more reason to believe in fate since discovering that they are both in the six-person cohort of Ph.D. students at Syracuse University’s Department of Religion that will begin studies this summer.

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ELKHART — A record-breaking crowd of industry leaders, friends, colleagues and guests gathered at RV/MH Hall of Fame on Monday night to help celebrate the induction of the Class of 2019 into the RV/MH Hall of Fame.

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ELKHART — Crowds began gathering along orange fencing and in riverfront parks Friday afternoon for the start of games, music, food, fireworks and other festivities all centered around USAC-sanctioned go-kart racing.

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ELKHART— Hundreds of students and their families recently got an early taste of dining options that may be offered at Elkhart Community Schools for the upcoming school year.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Health & Aquatics has forged a new partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County to run an elite basketball league for students. The sports league is expected to start in January at the facility’s indoor courts at 200 E. Jackson Blvd.

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DUNLAP — The “weight” is almost over for Concord High School’s new $5 million fitness and performance center.