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- Australia PM says two objects investigated as possibly being from missing 777
Paperboard company to invest $24 million in local factory, creating 50 jobs
Alliance Sheets will locate plant along C.R. 29
Goshen council turns down chicken-keeping ordinance
Council had initially approved law at last meeting.
- Police: Man found dead along road died from natural causes
- RV company hosting hiring fair in Goshen to fill 300 jobs A Goshen-area recreational vehicle manufacturer will host a job fair Wednesday at The Old Bag Factory, 1100 N. Chicago Ave. from noon to 4 p.m. According to WorkOne of Northern Indiana, the state agency coordinating the event, the company’s name will
Fire destroys garage, van in New Paris
Fire destroyed a garage and a vehicle at a New Paris home this morning.
According to New Paris Fire Chief Joe Warstler, fire crews got the call around 9 a.m. Monday after a resident of the home, located at 20077 Regina Road, noticed smoke and fire coming from the garage area of the house.
Jobless rate drops in Elkhart County, steady in LaGrange
Rates move up slightly in Kosciusko and Noble counties.
Traffic delays expected as rail work continues
Several areas of Goshen will see traffic delays due to railroad work taking place throughout the evening.
Goshen police, high school officials, deal with graffiti bomb threat
Extra police are at Goshen High School today due to a bomb threat written on a girls bathroom mirror Thursday.
Milford under boil order
Randy Veach, utilities superintnendent for Miford, placed the town under a boil order until further notice this evening.
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