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NIPSCO: Restoring power could take days
According to NIPSCO spokesperson Nick Meyer, the restoration time for NIPSCO customers in the Goshen and greater Elkhart County without power will be a “multi-day effort.”
National Weather Service: Damage caused by straight line winds
The damage from Monday night's storms was caused by straight line winds in Elkahrt County, according to a damage survey team sent to portions of Elkhart County by The National Weather Service in northern Indiana.
- Big 4 around Wimbledon's Week 2, not so for women LONDON — The so-called "Big 4" who have won 35 of 37 of the past Grand Slam singles titles — Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer — are all around for the second week at Wimbledon, joined by the new major winner on the block, Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka. The same can't be said on the women's side, where top-seeded and five-time champion Serena Williams won't see any action at the All England Club in Week 2 except in doubles with her sister Venus, another five-time Wimbledon winner who is also out of singles.
- Indiana's gay marriage ruling put on hold by court
Boil order issued for sections of Olive, Mercer streets
Goshen officials have issued a boil water order for residents/businesses along Olive Street from Center Street to Lincoln Avenue and Mercer Avenue from North Ninth Street to Olive Street.
- Elkhart County clerk issues same-sex marriage licenses
Judge strikes down Indiana gay marriage ban
Ruling means gays can marry beginning today
Kathy Brown chosen by caucus as new Nappanee clerk-treasurer
Kathy Brown was chosen Monday night during a caucus of GOP precinct committeemen to replace Kim Ingle as Nappanee city clerk-treasurer.
- Board hires new principal for West Goshen GOSHEN — A new principal, Ryan Cinniger, will greet West Goshen Elementary School students when school resumes this fall.
- Parents air concerns about their children's education to Goshen School Board GOSHEN — Emily Moore spoke during the public comment on non-agenda items Monday before the Goshen Board of School Trustee’s. She represented a group of approximately 50 parents who are concerned about how their children are being educated within Goshen Community Schools.
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