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InTech Trailors named "Company to Watch"

August 4, 2014

NAPPANEE — At only six years old, InTech Trailers of Nappanee has already proven themselves in the industry. Having been displayed on the television show Graveyard Carz on Velocity, placing number one on the Mega RV Countdown on the Travel Channel, with support from Mac Tools, Carroll Shelby and noted racer Ryan Hunter-Raey, InTech Trailers now has even more creditability in the field as the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Indiana announced on July 17 that InTech Trailers is one of 27 companies that have earned their place in the "Companies to Watch" program for the State of Indiana.

Nappanee's own named 4-H Fair Queen

August 4, 2014

NAPPANEE — One of Nappanee's own was named Queen of the Elkhart County 4-H Fair. Her name is Sarah Stump and, although it was her first year competing for fair queen, she is not knew to the spotlight.

Nappanee's Fourth of July Celebration is tomorrow!

July 3, 2014

Don't forget about Nappanee's Fourth of July Celebration tomorrow!
See below for listing of events:

8 a.m. – Big Cup Golf Tournament; at McCormick Creek Golf Course
8 a.m. – Junior Olympics. Sponsored by the Nappanee Rotary Club. Registration begins at 8:15 a.m. For ages 5-12.
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. – Face Painting and Bake Sale; NWHS Cheerleaders
11 a.m. – Parade (City Hall to Stauffer Park). Line up on West Lincoln Street at 10:15 a.m.
12 p.m. - 3 p.m. Karaoke on entertainment stage.
12 p.m.- 6 p.m. – Free Swim at the City Pool.
12 p.m. - 8 p.m. - Bounce House; $1 per bounce.

Nappanee's sole same-sex marriage

July 3, 2014

NAPPANEE -- Cody Sanford and Ulises Juarez were the first couple living in Nappanee to be legally married by Indiana State Law, and it looks like they might be the only ones for a while.

Sanford and Juarez were married at 10:35 a.m. Thursday just days shy of their three year anniversary.

"It was just me and him and my parents, because we had to get back to work!" Sanford explained.

When the state removed the ban on same-sex marriage on Wednesday, after prohibition since 1997, over 120 couples statewide were married on the first day.

Enrollment continues to be a concern at Wa-Nee Schools

July 3, 2014

NAPPANEE -- Last year's enrollment figures were down by 13 students across the entire school system by the end of the school year (at the beginning of the year, it was down by 28), with 27 more students at Woodview than in 2013, but numbers dropping for every other school, with the biggest drop in enrollment at Nappanee Elementary School at 23 less than 2013.

** To read the entire story, see the July 3 edition of the Nappanee Advance News.

Ingle celebrates retirement this month

June 24, 2014

NAPPANEE — After 34 years of service to the City of Nappanee, Kim Ingle is set to retire.
Currently working as the city’s clerk-treasurer, Ingle is one of just three clerk-treasurers for the city since after World War II.

Ministerial Association teams up with FCDC to provide summer lunches

June 24, 2014

NAPPANEE — Throughout the month of June, the Nappanee Ministerial Association and the Family Christian Development Center have been working together to provide area youth with nutritional lunches, fun activities and a biblical lesson through the Summer Lunch Program. It was the Come to the Table fundraiser item at the 2013 dinner auction.
Youth of any age can visit West Park Pavilion in Nappanee from 11:30 a.m. — 1 p.m.

Quilt Gardens grow in popularity

June 24, 2014

In 2007, the Elkhart County Visitors Convention Bureau began searching for new ways to bring visitors to the area, using heritage that matters to this community.
"There is a lot of interest in quilting in this area," Sonya Nash, project manager, said. "We wanted to reflect who we are as Elkhart County."
The idea for the quilt garden came from the love or quilting and the profound history of agriculture and horticulture in Elkhart County.

Student population drop cause concern for Wa-Nee

May 19, 2014

NAPPANEE — Much of the discussion during last week's Wa-Nee School Board of Trustee's meeting was centered around next year's student population.
After kindergarten round up, the projective enrollment rates for Wa-Nee Schools were down by 56 kindergarten students.

Wakarusa Council discusses road improvements

May 9, 2014

WAKARUSA -- Discussions at the Wakarusa Town Council were centered around renewing the downtown area.
New road construction will call for complete removal of the roads and total replacement. Many of the roads in town don't have concrete underneath them, so roads deteriorate and crumble faster with only soil beneath them. The construction will allow road crews to add proper base materials to the roads so they don't need to be replaced as often.
There was also discussion of curb and gutter systems to be added, however it was decided that they should be reconsidered in next years budget.

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