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Elkhart County Crime Report November 20

November 22, 2014

Indiana State Police
Troopers from the Bremen State Police Post continued to pursue leads on last week’s crash involving a horse-drawn buggy and a pickup truck. The crash happened on US 6 near Dogwood Road.
Preliminary investigation by Trooper Rod Schuh revealed that the driver of an east bound Dodge pickup truck collided with the rear end of a horse drawn buggy that was also east bound on US 6. The driver of the truck, Laurie Bope, 44, of Goshen did not receive any injuries in the crash. Bope reported that she had fallen asleep and never saw the buggy.

Boil Order (Specific Area) ordered in Nappanee

November 22, 2014

The 700 Block of S. Clark is under a boil order due to a broken water main until further notice due. Users should boil their drinking water. This is a precautionary measure. Please boil your drinking and cooking water for five (5) minutes before using. Please continue to boil your water until advised to stop.

Advance News Exclusive: Mayor pledges parking help

November 17, 2014

NAPPANEE – The city is nothing if not responsible to requests from constituents. No problem is too small.
A case in point was the second November meeting of the City Council.
Business owner Sheila Losee, owner/operator of His, Hers and More downtown said she is frustrated by employees of other businesses and neighborhood renters parking in from t of her store of hours, all day is some cases.
Mayor Larry Thompson pledged to bring this up at the next Board of Works meeting – this coming Monday afternoon – and to make sure proper parking enforcement is done.

Nappanee honors veterans

November 11, 2014

Nappanee Area Chamber of Commerce would like to honor all of our veterans past and present. The current list contains names we have received from our members and the local community. We realize that we may have missed someone and apolo-gize for that. Please send us your information for our data base as we will continue to update our information throughout the year. To all of our veterans and their families from the board of directors and all members of the Nappanee Area Chamber of Commerce we say THANK YOU for keeping America free!

First on the Web: NorthWood Honors Athletes

November 4, 2014

NorthWood High School Fall Sports Award Winners
BOYS TENNIS​
MVP SINGLES​: Jared Hoffman
MVP DOUBLES​: Quinn Stillson and Caleb Yoder
CO-CAPTAINS​: Quinn Stillson and Caleb Yoder
MENTAL ATTITUDE​: Quinn Stillson
JV MENTAL ATTITUDE​: Sean Linhart
MOST IMPROVED​: Devyn Maugel
JV MOST IMPROVED: ​Brant Mast
MOST SINGLES WINS:​ Ryan Menzie (10)
MOST DOUBLES WINS: Caleb Yoder and Quinn Stillson (22)
JV MOST SINGLES WINS ​ Court Clark (15)
JV MOST DOUBLES WINS: ​Breyden Stankovich (11) and Sean Linhart (10)
ALL-NLC HONORABLE MENTION: Caleb Yoder and Quinn Stillson

Wa-Nee Crime Time November 21

November 1, 2014

Elkhart County Bookings
Jessica Gonzales, 37, Milford. For Hold for Other Jurisdiction. Oct.25.
Michael Dee Pugh, 30, South Bend. For Operating while Intoxicated and Felony Possession of Methamphetamine. Oct.25. Indiana State Police
At 1:45 p.m. Friday, Troopers from the Bremen State Police Post responded to reports of a crash involving a horse-drawn buggy and a pickup truck. The crash happened on US 6 near Dogwood Road in Bremen.

Nappanee Hears More Details On Biggest Grant Ever

October 25, 2014

MORE DETAILS IN THURSDAY'S EDITIONS

The City Council finished its October meetings with an abundance of good news. This was shared meeting with the Board of works.
Everyone was present.
No one wanted to miss this.
The main event was the presentation by Umbaugh and by Commonwealth Engineers.
The focus is the for the coming Combined Sewer Overflow long-term plan.
As has been documented, Nappanee got the largest grant ever to help pay for this.
More details keep emerging.

On Stage Now

October 19, 2014

NAPPANEE – The Greeks had a word for it – the Greeks had a word for everything.
Dramatic Irony – it means that the audience knows the story they’re watching, including the ending, but the story is so compelling, so human, so true, that they cannot turn away. Knowing the ending doesn’t lessen the impact of the drama. If anything, it increases it.

Love of Community, Horse Saddle shop helps Middlebury LoveWay Ride-A-Thon

October 19, 2014

The Horse Saddle Shop CLosed the Outdoor Fall Events in Bremen with the Annual Line Dancing exhibition this past weekend.
In conjunction with that, the shop helped the United Way by partnering with their partners across Plymouth Street, Tim Martin Ford, the long-standing business founded by Tim with his dad, Joe, and brother, Joe, Jr.
Anyond who test drove a Ford on the day of the Saddle Shop event had a donation made to the county United Way. It is the second such partnership for the Ford store, as they earlier did the same with the Bremen HigH School volleyball and football teams.

Crime Time October 16

October 15, 2014

Elkart County
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