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The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana reported Sunday that another period of accumulating snow and difficult travel is expected to develop from west to east late Sunday into Monday morning.


Women’s Health Screening Day set for Wednesday

Library to host upcoming events

Girl Scout Camp starts Wednesday

Nursing scholarships available


INDIANAPOLIS — A southern Indiana utility wants to build two new natural gas plants, and a pipeline to get the fuel to them, outside Evansville. CenterPoint Energy, formerly known as Vectren, said this project will help the utility with its transition to renewable energy. It also could cost …

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The past year wasn’t too bad for small businesses. Although more than 200,000 SMBs closed doors between March 2020 and February 2021, according to the Federal Reserve, at least 4.3 million new small business applications have been filed since then. This shows the resilience of the average sm…

Recently I took time to examine a sculpture speaking to the tragic gun deaths we hear of all too often. It has a fascinating backstory. The sculpture is stunning no matter where you examine it — whether on the streets of Washington, D.C. — where many of the guns were once in the hands of bot…


NAPPANEE — Long ago Nappanee was nothing but a marshland where Native Americans roamed. Then settlers arrived in the 1830s and established the town of Locke farther north.

Local briefs include:

  • Goshen, area schools to receive donation kits
  • Meeting location changed
  • Elkhart to host Community Summit
  • School board sessions set for next, following week

DEAR ABBY: I’ve been going out with this guy for a couple of months. The problem is, he has to ALWAYS talk to every woman he sees — from a two-second conversation to a several-minute conversation. He doesn’t even know 99% of them.

DR. WALLACE: I’m a junior in college, and recently in one of my business classes, my professor started lecturing about how people of my generation present themselves in a lazy and sloppy fashion most of the time and no longer dress for success. He even mentioned that he thinks it’s inappropr…

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NEW YORK — Meat Loaf, the heavyweight rock superstar loved by millions for his “Bat Out of Hell” album and for such theatrical, dark-hearted anthems as “Paradise By the Dashboard Light,” “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad,” and “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That),” has died. He was 74.

Local business news includes:

• First State Bank announces recent staff promotions

• FS Bancorp approves 1st quarter stock split

• Thor Industries debuts two electric RV concepts

• Winnebago Industries reveals e-RV at Florida RV Super Show

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ELKHART — The Elkhart County Board of Health is urging local residents to resume using facemasks and get vaccinated to protect themselves and others from the spread of COVID-19.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Starbucks workers at a store in Buffalo, New York, voted to unionize on Thursday, the latest sign that the labor movement is stirring after decades of decline.

PARIS — Total Energies and Chevron, two of the world’s largest energy companies, said Friday they were exiting Myanmar, citing rampant human rights abuses and deteriorating rule of law since the country’s military overthrew the elected government in February.

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Rep. Craig Snow said that certain requirements from the Family and Social Services Administration made it difficult for school corporations to open childcare centers for their staff or for the community.

DR. WALLACE: A situation has come to my attention that has caused me to experience a moral dilemma. I know of someone on my high school basketball team who I believe is cheating in order to stay eligible to play on our team. We have certain academic minimums at our high school in order to re…

BERLIN (AP) — A long-awaited report on sexual abuse in Germany's Munich diocese on Thursday faulted retired Pope Benedict XVI's handling of four cases when he was archbishop in the 1970s and 1980s. The law firm that drew up the report said Benedict strongly denies any wrongdoing.

SYRACUSE — Syracuse Town Council members met in a brief session Tuesday evening and established a speed limit for the Technology Park.

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INDIANAPOLIS — A House Republican push to cut taxes after repeated rosy economic outlooks passed the House on Thursday by a 68-25 vote, picking up votes from four Democrats who broke with their caucus.


'Into the Light' set for Jan. 28

Fire Merit Commission meeting cancelled

Area students make Dean's List

Heritage Skills Classes set for March

How do you feel about that number one person in your life today … yourself? Are you proud and boastful because there is no one as good as you? Or do you feel inferior, lacking a sense of self-worth? I myself have struggled often with the latter view. However, some truths from God’s Word (and…

Once upon a time there was a film that didn’t know what it was. A romantic comedy? Perhaps. A period drama? A fairy tale? A tween fantasy mixed with royal intrigue? No matter. Producers threw a lot of cash at the film and filled it with movie stars. That’s why we now have “The King’s Daughte…

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man who pleaded guilty as part of a plea bargain agreement in August to reckless homicide was sentenced in Elkhart County Circuit Court Thursday.

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