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SOUTH BEND — Regional attraction group enFocus is celebrating its impact and accomplishments, including those in Elkhart County.

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ELKHART — Community members will have a chance to learn about the Tolson Center’s future on Saturday, as the nonprofit working to reshape the community center will be at the annual Tolson Reunion.

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ELKHART — A vacant section of the old Miles Laboratories campus will be busy once more, as a local RV industry supplier plans to invest $17.6 million in a new facility at the site.

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BRISTOL — Winnebago Industries is expanding its boating business with a $255 million deal to acquire Barletta Pontoon Boats in Bristol, the company announced Tuesday.

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ELKHART — A police officer was suspended and demoted on Monday as a result of his involvement in allegedly gaining “complete financial control” of the assets of an Elkhart resident whom the officer’s wife, also an officer, first met through official police business.

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NAPPANEE — “This Is Me.” These three simple words carry an important message behind the 16 self-portraits created by a group of local students who artistically expressed themselves for a new community project.

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ELKHART — The number of Elkhart County residents getting vaccinated for COVID-19 has dropped to about 200 a day. That includes people getting their first and second doses, meaning that the group of fully vaccinated residents grows by about 0.05 percentage points per day.

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ELKHART — Artists like Kandinsky and Monet were met with crayons and construction paper when summer art camp returned to the Elkhart Art League.

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GOSHEN — Road improvements at the future site of the consolidated courts building are estimated to cost $5.3 million, exceeding the escape clause built into a city-county agreement.

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ELKHART — The Gateway Mile Auto Fest is returning to downtown Elkhart this weekend following a yearlong hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GOSHEN — Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County is marking 35 years with a new build just a few blocks from where it began.

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ELKHART — Up to 100 cars regularly congregate, some of them doing street racing and burnouts, in a Nappanee Street parking lot, to the frustration of some residents who want the city to do something about it.

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GOSHEN — Goshen Community Schools will provide students with after-school care and tutoring to help combat learning loss from the COVID-19 pandemic after recently being awarded a $756,216 state grant.

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ELKHART — Two City Council members are challenging the legality of Mayor Rod Roberson’s executive order from last week, which gives city employees who are vaccinated for COVID-19 two additional paid days off.

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ELKHART — Chief of Police Kris Seymore commended seven officers on Monday for actions in the previous year including several life-saving acts.

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ELKHART — The rivers flowing through Elkhart are doing swimmingly. Take it from the fish that live there. Many of them wouldn’t be in the Elkhart and St. Joseph rivers if the water quality wasn’t good. But they are there, and we know thanks to Daragh Deegan and a group of college students.