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GOSHEN — An eye-catching mural that celebrates the qualities of Elkhart County that make it a well-crafted community will soon be mounted at the Elkhart County Visitor Center.

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ELKHART — The City of Elkhart and Elkhart County hope additional grant money can bridge a significant gap in funding for two railroad overpass projects.

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MIDDLEBURY — A Meet The Candidate Forum organized by The League of Women Voters of Elkhart County will be hosted by the Middlebury Public Library at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29.

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ELKHART — The red carpet will be rolled out this week for recreational vehicle dealers throughout North America and beyond as a massive RV show returns to the city following a two-year hiatus.

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ELKHART — County parks officials are organizing a hike through Boot Lake Nature Preserve on Friday to show off the area’s prairie ecosystem.

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ELKHART — The driver of Jackie Walorski’s vehicle was attempting to pass a truck at a high rate of speed when it collided with an oncoming vehicle, police said Friday.

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MIDDLEBURY — The League of Women Voters of Elkhart County Meet The Candidates Forum will be hosted by the Middlebury Public Library at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, the organization announced Monday.

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GOSHEN — County officials have approved their half of the initial funding toward a wastewater treatment project priced at $7 million or more.

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GOSHEN — The county has committed $2 million to a major water treatment project involving three communities north of Nappanee.

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ELKHART — Relaxing zoning rules or finding ways to cut the extra costs that go into homebuilding are some of the proposals that could come out of a special panel looking at housing shortages across the state.

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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 — Brooke Hershberger was facing 10 years in prison after a decade of meth addiction when she entered the drug court program two years ago.

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GOSHEN — New funding to look into potentially contaminated properties has pushed the total Elkhart and surrounding counties have received to more than $1 million since 2019.

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ELKHART — As an accused serial arsonist awaits a finding on his sanity, a victim of the barn fires that swept three counties last year expressed fears that he could escape justice.

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GOSHEN — Horizon Education Alliance will not receive funding from the county this year after elected officials heard arguments that it either doesn’t work or it works too well at nefarious goals.

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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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ELKHART — For the second time in less than a year, the Elkhart-Goshen area tops the list of emerging housing markets as ranked by the Wall Street Journal.

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GOSHEN — With the fairgrounds forge rekindled for the first time in years, Mark Yoder wanted to strike while the iron was hot.

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ELKHART — Residents are urged to bring a lawn chair or blanket for a movie night at Ox Bow County Park on Friday, July 15.

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ELKHART — A frightening Fourth of July incident ended well Monday when a 2-year-old toddler who was missing for more than five hours was located and found to be safe.

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ELKHART — The Indiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union highlighted the number of preventable deaths among mothers that could increase in reaction to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.

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WAKARUSA— The Wakarusa community is honoring the legacy of a longtime civic activist by building a pavilion downtown that officials hope creates more social events in the years ahead.

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ELKHART — Jazz enthusiasts can rejoice this week for a popular summer festival that organizers expect will draw thousands to the city’s core.

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GOSHEN — “Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Frosting” has been named the 2022 President’s Item by Elkhart County 4-H Fair President Michael Christofeno.

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