WAKARUSA — Krystal Clark has been named the Wakarusa Branch Manager, announced Liz Borntrager, Vice President of Retail Operations, Interra Credit Union.
NAPPANEE — Charles “Charlie” Burkley of Nappanee is the new vice-chair for ACT Nappanee-Wakarusa.
WAKARUSA — After 15 years of service at the Wakarusa Public Library, Dick Birk has retired; he was celebrated with parting gifts from the library staff and library board members.
GOSHEN — County officials passed a nearly $280,000 agreement as they prepare to start a road widening project near Wakarusa next year.
WAKARUSA — A Florida man is accused of making off with a fifth wheel camper by pretending to transport it.
WAKARUSA — Wakarusa Public Library is congratulating Marcia Parcell on 45 years of service.
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.
WAKARUSA — The company that operates Miller’s Merry Manor will pull out of eight locations, including one in Wakarusa, but expects the nearly 700 affected employees to be rehired.
WAKARUSA — The riders in the Wonder Wheels bicycle motocross stunt show like to start out simple, they told a crowd in Wakarusa.
WAKARUSA — A Millersburg woman is accused of having THC in her system when she was involved in a December crash that killed her son.
WAKARUSA — A staple of the childhood experience and a business icon in the community is getting fresh recognition on its 50th anniversary.
WAKARUSA — A North Webster man was arrested after a high-speed chase from Wakarusa to Goshen.
WAKARUSA — Up to 90 cattle were killed in a barn fire east of Wakarusa on Tuesday morning.
WAKARUSA — Wakarusa, one of the latest communities to update its master plan, hopes to build an outdoor event space and create more social events in the years ahead.
GOSHEN — County officials are moving quickly on a waste water collection project east of Wakarusa due to a tight funding deadline.
GOSHEN — A study authorized Monday will see if a wastewater treatment plant in southwest Elkhart County could address a longstanding problem with illicit discharge.
GOSHEN — A nationally known counseling psychologist and the chief medical officer at Goshen Hospital will discuss COVID-19 in Elkhart County and guidance on how to overcome vaccine resistance during a public Zoom session Monday.
WAKARUSA — Big, little, blue, green, red or orange – tractors of all makes and models have been invited to participate in the annual Wakarusa Vintage Power Show.
NAPPANEE — A political and civic organization is donating $400 to help alleviate food insecurity in Elkhart County.
An estimated 12 percent of residents in Elkhart County are considered to be food insecure; that’s 23,510 individuals who don’t have reliable access to affordable, nutritious food. One in eight of our neighbors lives every day with hunger as a constant companion.
WAKARUSA — After a year’s hiatus from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival returned over the weekend, with officials declaring it a success and perhaps showing the way for other public events.
NAPPANEE — Residents in Nappanee will soon have an opportunity to learn and ask Mayor Phil Jenkins questions about his role as the city’s chief executive.
NAPPANEE — A public service program presented by ACT Nappanee-Wakarusa will focus on loneliness experienced by many during the pandemic, the likely lingering effects and how to begin connecting with others again.
WAKARUSA — Organizers on Tuesday announced that the 2021 Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival will go on as scheduled, albeit with a few changes.
NAPPANEE — As Elkhart County residents wait their turn to be vaccinated, health care professionals shared ways they can help in the process.
NAPPANEE — An open-to-the-public panel discussion on the COVID-19 situation in Elkhart County is planned for Monday, presented on Zoom by ACT Nappanee-Wakarusa.
SOUTH BEND — A local nonprofit that combats food waste and insecurity announced it has recovered 1 million pounds of food since its founding in 2017.
ELKHART — State Rep. Timothy Wesco is being challenged for his District 21 seat in this election, as Democrat Ryan Liedtky believes he has a chance at winning in the heavily Republican district.
NAPPANEE — Community group ACT Nappanee-Wakarusa will feature two presentations Oct. 13 on how to create a more fair and just future, a “both thoughtful and robust” program that will touch on health care, justice, crime, scams and the Golden Rule.
WAKARUSA — David Eby’s pilots were already in the air on Tuesday afternoon, getting ready to cover 350,000 acres of northern Indiana in the fight against Eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, at night.
ELKHART — An annual motorcycle ride to honor police officers, firefighters and veterans will be on Elkhart County roads Sunday.
WAKARUSA — Two EF-1 tornadoes touched down in northern Indiana on Monday evening, causing damage to multiple structures but no reported injuries or deaths, according to the National Weather Service.
WAKARUSA — After more than 20 years, the Wakarusa Police Department has finally traded in its temporary housing for a permanent station.
WAKARUSA — The United Way of Elkhart and LaGrange Counties sponsored a food distribution event Monday at Wakarusa Elementary School.
WAKARUSA — A local ambulance service is working hard to assist emergency personnel in an area of the country hit hardest by the coronavirus outbreak.
WAKARUSA — An Elkhart man was arrested after an alleged high-speed chase involving officers from two agencies.
WAKARUSA — La Paz native Holly Landis has been named Wakarusa’s new town manager.
GOSHEN — Lamar Mast says he’s aware he’ll have to go the rest of his life knowing he caused his wife’s death.
WAKARUSA — Town manager Jeff Troxel’s decision to resign to pursue a position in the private sector leaves the council struggling to make a new hire as quickly as possible.
Due to weather and road conditions, the delivery of The Elkhart Truth may be delayed on Thursday, Jan. 4.
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.