Elkhart


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Elkhart,

city (1990 pop. 43,627), Elkhart co., N Ind., at the confluence of the Elkhart and St. Joseph rivers; settled 1824, inc. 1877. The city's status as a chief producer of band instruments began in 1875. Other major products include pharmaceuticals (the industry dates from 1884), machinery, electrical equipment, motor homes, and trailers. Agriculture and livestock are also prevalent.
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Now the highly paid specialist who conveys the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Limited from Chicago to Elkhart is something of an autocrat, and he does not approve of being told how to back up to a car.
Schools were closed because of the flooding, and an emergency shelter was set up, The Elkhart Truth newspaper reported.
Kristi) Osterday as his appointment to the Elkhart County Superior Court 1.
Hours later, the two children were discovered dead in a car parked outside of a police station in Elkhart, after Pasztor allegedly approached an officer outside of the station.
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Sunday, June 8, at noon a homemade chicken and noodle dinner will be served at Elkhart City Hall.
passed away unexpectedly at Elkhart General Hospital in Indiana on Friday, Jan.
Despite its spectacular recovery, the Elkhart MSA's RGDP remained more than a half-billion dollars below the 2007 pre-recession level, while the South Bend-Mishawaka MSA's RGDP was more than $150 million above its 2007 level.
17 -- THINK, one of the world's leading dedicated electric vehicle makers, has started production of the THINK City at its plant in Elkhart.
Mitch Daniels wants a new Ivy Tech Community College campus to be built in Elkhart County.