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  • Bloodmobile pulls up at South Bend Fire Dept.

    A reminder from the Red Cross that blood donations are needed, especially this time of year. The bad weather often causes people to cancel plans to give blood. So the South Bend Fire Department hosted a Mobile Blood Drive Thursday.

  • Survey given to middle-schoolers called invasion of privacy by parents

    The Indiana Youth Survey is raising some eyebrows among parents. 150 school corporations across the state give out the survey, which has apparently been offered for more than 20 years. Seventh through twelfth graders get the survey, sixth graders are given a separate survey and they're all told it's voluntary.

  • Scrap metal thieves take Elkhart County off the grid

    Elkhart County government offices went off the grid for about six hours today. Without access to phones or e-mail - employees at the county office, courthouse and even the sheriff's department - had no way to communicate with each other or the outside world. The reason? A small crime with huge collateral damage.

  • 44th Edwardsburg quilt raffle planned for March

    Leader Publications report the 44th annual Salad Smorgasbord and Style Show is coming to Edwardsburg High School's gym on March 19th. It's hosted by the Edwardsburg Presbyterian Church and will start at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $9, but only 400 are available. There will be a quilt raffle. Leader Publications report this year's theme is Stars and Stripes Forever. Contact Cookie Bailey (663-2513), Patty Patzer or Pam Boepple if you'd like to donate something or help out.

  • Mom, boyfriend face murder, torture trial in death of boy, 7

    A Detroit judge has ordered a 22-year-old woman and her 28-year-old boyfriend to stand trial on first-degree murder and torture charges in the death of the woman's 7-year-old son, who weighed only 27 pounds.

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