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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.

Police Reports November 13

November 12, 2014

Elkhart County Bookings
Justin Thomas Streeter, 23, Elkhart. For Criminal Mischief. Oct. 31.
Dante Lamont Bynum, 23, Elkhart. For Felony Escape: Failure to Return to Lawful Detention/Failure to Return to Dentition after Leave and two counts of Contempt of Court. Total Bail is $28,000. Oct. 31.
Keith Danzel Gary, 23, Elkhart. For Felony Receiving Stolen Property. Oct. 31.
Silvero Ramierz-Jurez, 41, Goshen. For No Operators, Chauffeurs, or Public Passenger License and No Operators License, S.V. on Never Obtained License. Oct. 31.

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 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.
Jeffery Wade Doczy, 56, Cassopolis, MI. For Operating while Intoxicated and Felony Possession of Controlled Substance. Oct.25.
Rick Allen Deavers, 46, Elkhart. For Battery. Bail is $1,500. Oct.25.
Jason William Apted, 39, Homeless. For Two counts of Contempt of Court and Driving while Suspended. Total Bail is $1612. Oct.25.

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