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- Millersburg Farmers Day today, Saturday MILLERSBURG — Millersburg Farmers Day is today and Saturday.This year’s parade marshal is Paul K. Tacker, Millersburg’s retired postmaster (May 1978 to January 1989) and an Air Force veteran of 21 years, who served during the Korean War.Tacker and hi
- Middlebury man convicted of child molesting GOSHEN — A Middlebury man was found guilty in Elkhart Superior Court 3 of two felony counts of child molesting Tuesday. According to the Elkhart County Prosecutor’s office, Gregory A. Rose, 56, was convicted by a jury. According to Prosecutor Curtis
- Local preschool educators learn new way to teach kids GOSHEN — Thursday marked the second day of a two-day training session designed to help local preschool educators implement a new way to teach the county’s youngest scholars.
SLIDESHOW: Fairfield and Wa-Nee first day
Police investigate cause of smoke in apartment
An investigation of smoke in an apartment has led to another investigation, that being by police.
- Diners enjoy meals for a cause NAPPANEE — There couldn’t have been a more perfect night weather-wise for the third annual Come to the Table event held in an outdoor pavilion — that was the consensus of most of the diners at the event Saturday night. The event was held at a differe
- The late Lee Weaver's family donates capsule to Nappanee museum NAPPANEE — Nappanee native Lee Weaver set his eyes on the sky at a young age and there they remained until his life was cut short in September 2001 due to complications after injuries sustained in a car accident. Weaver had a passion for outer space
- Temple to receive historical marker LIGONIER — A public dedication ceremony for an Indiana state historical marker commemorating Ligonier’s Jewish synagogue Ahavath Sholom, is scheduled for Aug. 31. The marker will be dedicated at 3 p.m. outside the Ligonier Historical Society, 503 S.
- There's plenty of praise for 4-H fair
- BUILDING ON SUCCESS GOSHEN — The first day of school Wednesday at Clinton Christian was one of exploring as students took a look around the newly-expanded building. Students and a few parents wandered the halls shortly before 8 a.m., checking out the renovated commons
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