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ELKHART — A $7.3 million, 10-year deal for police equipment and a records management system has been put on hold.

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WESTVILLE — An Elkhart man who was convicted of murder for driving a vehicle involved in a fatal shooting says he should receive a new trial.

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INDIANAPOLIS — More than 1 million Indiana residents have received at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and more than half of those individuals are now fully vaccinated, state health officials said Monday.

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NAPPANEE — Clients of the Family Christian Development Center can start using the organization’s new space as early as Tuesday, directors say.

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ELKHART — The revitalization of the River District is far from finished, but city leaders already have their sights on an even bigger project to increase housing opportunities and diversify Elkhart’s economy.

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GOSHEN — Organizers said they are looking forward to the downtown Fire and Ice Fest scheduled for 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday.

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GOSHEN — The City of Goshen is continuing to work with the Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG) on a multiphased study to explore expanding public transit in Goshen.

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ELKHART — Representatives from Crossroads United Way, serving Elkhart, LaGrange and Noble Counties, delivered three grand prizes and five smaller awards totaling nearly $10,000 to lucky United Way donors over the past week.

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ELKHART — Last month was the best January on record for RV manufacturers, according to new data from the RV Industry Association.

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ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson, who became eligible Tuesday to be vaccinated for COVID-19, received his first of two doses at Elkhart General Hospital on Wednesday morning, shortly before Elkhart County’s weekly coronavirus risk assessment was downgraded to blue.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart boy battling brain cancer received an adaptive tricycle that’s expected to help his mobility while bringing a smile to his face.

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ELKHART — Police dogs Big Mike and Maja are getting new bullet and stab-protective vests through the non-profit Vested Interest in K9s.

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OSCEOLA — State Rep. Timothy Wesco, R-Osceola, is seeking to replace Secretary of State Connie Lawson, who announced last week that she is stepping down.

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GOSHEN — County officials awarded a $550,000 paving project with an agreement that sets a firm June deadline.

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ELKHART — Residents have sent the county Health Department hundreds of complaints about businesses and organizations not abiding by local COVID-19 restrictions, and while some entities are the source of repeated complaints, the county has yet to issue any fines.

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ELKHART — A musical instrument maker named in a pair of environmental cleanup lawsuits has succeeded in getting the law firm involved in both cases disqualified.

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GOSHEN — Goshen College sophomore Denisse Aguilar, a psychology and sociology major from Goshen, won the 2021 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest and $300 in prize money on Feb. 16 with her speech titled “Living the American Dream on Borrowed Time.”

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will be celebrating its annual Martin Luther King Jr. /Black History Month program virtually.

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GOSHEN — Goshen’s annual air and fireworks show at Goshen Municipal Airport, an event normally attended by thousands of residents, will be pushed back until further notice this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said Friday.

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GOSHEN — A Hamilton County couple are accusing Bashor Children’s Home of allowing their son to run away during an August incident in which he was sexually assaulted.

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ELKHART — A woman who is three weeks away from celebrating her 106th birthday received her second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, along with her fellow residents and the staff at the Eastlake Terrace senior home.