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ELKHART COUNTY - Elkhart County 4-H Fair fans can relax and breathe easier. There are still plenty of ways to the fairgrounds this year even with the variety of road improvement projects in Goshen.
GOSHEN — Gloria Moser, of Nappanee, earned the crown of Elkhart County 4-H Senior Fair Queen Friday evening at the Maple City Chapel.
ZIONSVILLE — Miss Elkhart County Sarah Stump won the swimsuit competition during the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant on Thursday.
NAPPANEE — Residents are wondering what happened to a beloved 9-foot tall wood eagle sculpture that stands outside the city’s post office.
NAPPANEE — Traveling on S.R. 19 north of Nappanee will be more difficult this summer as the Indiana Department of Transportation begins a project to add left turn lanes at C.R. 52.
NAPPANEE — Long before anyone puts on their Easter best, the staff at Amish Acres is prepping for the pastel-colored crowds.
After 30 years in law enforcement, Nappanee Police Chief Julie Dijkstra is taking a well-deserved breather.
NAPPANEE — With the installation of water and sewer lines into the area by Nappanee Municipal Airport, Nappanee’s newest industrial park is ready for business.
When it came to building relationships and making new people feel comfortable at their church, Bryan and Diane Carter were always willing to help out.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story listed 162 E. Market St. as vacant. The property is for sale, but it is occupied. We regret the error.
NAPPANEE — Reserve Police Sgt. Pat Morganthaler will be resigning from the Nappanee Police Department, effective Friday, June 6, 2015 after eight years with the department.
From growing up on an onion farm to World War II veterans, stories of the people of Nappanee are preserved in an oral history exhibit at the Nappanee Center.
Moving forward with a pavilion in downtown Nappanee was approved Monday, June 1, by the Nappanee Board of Public Works and Safety.
Movie-lovers of all ages will have an opportunity to watch several popular films for free as part of a program sponsored by the Nappanee Parks Department.
The Nappanee Common Council voted to approve H.J. Umbaugh Associates as the city’s financial planner for this upcoming year.
ELKHART — About 40 people gathered Friday, May 15, for the graveside service of World War II veteran Clarence Hershberger.
Wa-Nee Community Schools notified parents Thursday that packaged apple slices served during school lunches were recalled because of possible listeria contamination.
NAPPANEE — The city’s expansion of its consolidated Tax Finance Increment district is a done deal, and the first step taken toward a series of developments for the community.
NAPPANEE — The diversification of businesses, growth of downtown and city code enforcement were some of the most talked-about issues during a Nappanee mayoral and city council candidate forum.
NAPPANEE — Candidates running for city positions will have a chance to introduce themselves and answer questions from the public during a forum in downtown Nappanee on Thursday, April 16.
NAPPANEE — The proposal to create new soccer fields on the north side of Nappanee is just one phase of a chain reaction plan that city officials and local organizations hope will help a large part of the community.
NAPPANEE — Keeping a high quality of life in Nappanee is one of councilman Jeff Kitson’s main goals.
NAPPANEE — Incumbent councilman Jacob Dermott wants to keep his at-large seat on the Nappanee City Council with the objective of continuing city programs that are already in motion, he said.
NAPPANEE — Kim Ingle retired after serving as clerk-treasurer in Nappanee for 30 years, but she wants to try another run in local government.
NAPPANEE — Edd Shepherd, 67, is taking his first step into the political arena with a run for the 2nd District seat on the Nappanee City Council.
NAPPANEE — Nappanee will celebrate Earth Day this year with a tree-planting ceremony, and follow it with an Arbor Day celebration at not just one, but both elementary schools.
NAPPANEE — Nappanee area businesses have an upcoming opportunity to take part in a program that aims to provide relaxed networking opportunities.
Saturday, March 14, was a busy day for the staff and supporters of the Family Christian Development Center in Nappanee. The center hosted an open house followed by the Souper Bowl at Coppes Commons.
NAPPANEE — Nappanee is a step closer to expanding its consolidated Tax Increment Financing district, which city officials expect will help in a multimillion dollar redevelopment project.
Nappanee’s past is rooted in small towns that once surrounded the city, many of which have disappeared into the countryside.
NorthWood High School 10th-grade student Delaney Shay served as a page for state representative Tim Wesco during the 2015 session of the Indiana General Assembly.