- IDEM presents Water Guardian award
- Nappanee officials renew historic preservation contract Nappanee Board of Public Works members made quick work of the agenda Monday afternoon, which included approving a contract with Historic Landmark Foundation for 2010.
- Goshen man will give away lottery winnings One million dollars gone in 48 hours? That’s what Goshen resident Burton Showalter vowed after winning the Indiana Millionaire scratch-off prize.
- County Commissioners OK resolutions for incoming companies Two companies recently approved to receive $10 million in low-interest bonding authority for county projects now have some added support when attempting to sell those bonds.
- Souder can sense a lack of understanding in Congress Congress is missing the big picture. The comment has been made many times by many people, but Monday afternoon it was made by an insider — Rep. Mark Souder, R-3rd District. According to Souder, speaking at the Goshen Chamber of Commerce’s annual Souder luncheon event, there is a lack of a basic understanding of economics and capitalism among many in Congress.
- Community Center clears another hurdle Members of the Goshen Board of School Trustees Monday voted to approve an interlocal agreement with the city of Goshen looking at the potential construction and operation of a new community center.
- Beth Miller of Etna Green wins county spelling bee Beth Miller, a NorthWood Middle School eighth grader, is the 2010 Elkhart County Spelling Bee champion, after winning the contest among 33 other county school representative Monday night.
- Planners say ‘no’ to town rezoning request A bid by the Bristol Town Council to rezone the North American Pipe Corp. property in downtown Bristol from manufacturing to retail received a recommendation of denial by the Elkhart County Plan Commission Thursday.
UPDATE: Middlebury student dies in gym class
Jeremy Miller remembers a little boy with big bright blue eyes. “He had a great sense of humor,” the Middlebury Elementary School principal said of 8-year-old Nolan Lawson. “He was always smiling. He was very well liked by his classmates. He was a joy to be around and very outgoing.”
- Snowmobilers to speed across Syracuse Lake The second annual Syracuse Winter Carnival will kick off a weekend of events with a soup supper Jan. 22.
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