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  • Vehicle crashes into apartment in Elkhart in early-morning accident

    Vehicle crashes into apartment in Elkhart in early-morning accident

    Residents were shaken up in an Elkhart apartment Wednesday morning after a vehicle crashed into a building.It happened just before 3:00am at the corner of Michigan St. and Strong Ave. Residents say the car broke through the wall and entered their living room.More >>
    Residents were shaken up in an Elkhart apartment Wednesday morning after a vehicle crashed into a building.It happened just before 3:00am at the corner of Michigan St. and Strong Ave. Residents say the car broke through the wall and entered their living room.
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    Make a statement with the Summer 2014 hair and makeup trends

    Make a statement with the Summer 2014 hair and makeup trends

    Makeup at the Summer 2014 fashion shows wasn't what you'd normally expect. Usually models sport bold eye-shadows, thick black eyeliner, and bronzed sun-kissed skin. This year... makeup and hair made a statement on the runway with what they're calling the "Raw Beauty" look. The summer look is a subtle one - milky golds, ivories, and pale hues for eye shadows. It's almost that look of not even looking like you have makeup on. When it comes to hair, the look is called "effortless elegance", whe...More >>
    Makeup at the Summer 2014 fashion shows wasn't what you'd normally expect. Usually models sport bold eye-shadows, thick black eyeliner, and bronzed sun-kissed skin. This year... makeup and hair made a statement on the runway with what they're calling the "Raw Beauty" look. The summer look is a subtle one - milky golds, ivories, and pale hues for eye shadows. It's almost that look of not even looking like you have makeup on. When it comes to hair, the look is called "effortless elegance", whe...More >>
  • Indiana BMV now offering driving test in 11 foreign languages

    Indiana BMV now offering driving test in 11 foreign languages

    The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) announced for the first time the Knowledge Test will be offered in 11 foreign languages.More >>
    The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) announced for the first time the Knowledge Test will be offered in 11 foreign languages.More >>
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  • WWGA National Championship moves to match play at Knollwood

    WWGA National Championship moves to match play at Knollwood

      WWGA National Junior Championships are at Knollwood Country Club. Penn graduate Kari Bellville started her day in the top ten.  She finished the day with a 79 in 9th place.    Maddison Chestnut, is another Kingsmen competing and shot 88 - 89.  Ohio's Chole Bradburn made a long putt for a par for an 86.  But Shawn Rennegarbe from Illinois probably had the highlight of the day with a 50 foot putt. The Championship runs through Friday.


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      WWGA National Junior Championships are at Knollwood Country Club. Penn graduate Kari Bellville started her day in the top ten.  She finished the day with a 79 in 9th place.    Maddison Chestnut, is another Kingsmen competing and shot 88 - 89.  Ohio's Chole Bradburn made a long putt for a par for an 86.  But Shawn Rennegarbe from Illinois probably had the highlight of the day with a 50 foot putt. The Championship runs through Friday.



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  • MBA 17-u team is AAU National Runner-up

     MBA Select's Girls 17-U team finished as the National Runner up Tuesday in the prestigious Blue Star AAU Nationals in Augusta, Georgia.   There were 48 teams there.  MBA lost to Iowa Kingdom 64-49.  Local players include NorthWood's Jordyn Frantz, Penn's Lauren Ellenberger, Madeline Raster and Mary Willeman from St. Joe, Taylor Wesley from Washington,  Elyse Zimmerman from Niles and Lauren Grewe from Mishawaka.  Congratulations to all the kids.


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     MBA Select's Girls 17-U team finished as the National Runner up Tuesday in the prestigious Blue Star AAU Nationals in Augusta, Georgia.   There were 48 teams there.  MBA lost to Iowa Kingdom 64-49.  Local players include NorthWood's Jordyn Frantz, Penn's Lauren Ellenberger, Madeline Raster and Mary Willeman from St. Joe, Taylor Wesley from Washington,  Elyse Zimmerman from Niles and Lauren Grewe from Mishawaka.  Congratulations to all the kids.


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  • South Bend softball team looking to repeat as World Champs

    South Bend softball team looking to repeat as World Champs

     After winning the Senior Little League World Series last year, the South Bend District 11 All-Stars are heading back to Delaware looking to defend their title this weekend. The team is made up of 15-16 year old girls who are all from schools around the South Bend area.

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     After winning the Senior Little League World Series last year, the South Bend District 11 All-Stars are heading back to Delaware looking to defend their title this weekend. The team is made up of 15-16 year old girls who are all from schools around the South Bend area.

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  • Vehicle crashes into apartment in Elkhart in early-morning accident

    Vehicle crashes into apartment in Elkhart in early-morning accident

    Residents were shaken up in an Elkhart apartment Wednesday morning after a vehicle crashed into a building.It happened just before 3:00am at the corner of Michigan St. and Strong Ave. Residents say the car broke through the wall and entered their living room.More >>
    Residents were shaken up in an Elkhart apartment Wednesday morning after a vehicle crashed into a building.It happened just before 3:00am at the corner of Michigan St. and Strong Ave. Residents say the car broke through the wall and entered their living room.
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  • Boy scout finds marijuana plants in city park

    Boy scout finds marijuana plants in city park

    Will Kercher was working on removing invasive plants in Abshire Park Monday morningwhen he came across a different kind of "invasive" species...marijuana plants. Kercher, seventeen, was taking before pictures ofa wooded area in thepark. He was documenting the area before he helped clear it of bush honeysuckle when he came across four potted marijuana plants. He took a picture and then went to tellAaron Sawatsy-Kingsley, Goshen's City Forester.More >>
    Will Kercher was working on removing invasive plants in Abshire Park Monday morningwhen he came across a different kind of "invasive" species...marijuana plants. Kercher, seventeen, was taking before pictures ofa wooded area in thepark. He was documenting the area before he helped clear it of bush honeysuckle when he came across four potted marijuana plants. He took a picture and then went to tellAaron Sawatsy-Kingsley, Goshen's City Forester. More >>
  • Abused Elkhart woman finds freedom though new program

    Abused Elkhart woman finds freedom though new program

    Elkhart abused woman finds freedom through YWCA and Elkhart County Prosecutor partnership Elkhart abused woman finds freedom through YWCA and Elkhart County Prosecutor partnership
    Ana* is a 22-year-old mother. She's Mexican and doesn't speak English. She is also a domestic abuse survivor.More >>
    Ana* is a 22-year-old mother. She's Mexican and doesn't speak English. She is also a domestic abuse survivor.More >>
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