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21-year-old woman reported missing from South Bend

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - A South Bend woman hasn’t been seen at her home in over a week. On Sunday, police reported 21-year-old Breau’na Dotson as missing. She was last seen on September 17th at her South Bend home. Dotson is 5′6″ and 190 lbs. She has brown eyes...
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Nappanee church gutted in Sunday-morning fire

A fire erupted during Sunday school at the First Church of God in Nappanee. The fire happened just before 10 Sunday morning -- and no one was injured. the pastor of the church is still in high spirits even though it's a big loss. Pastor Sam Bennett says even though...
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Question about fairness between electric scooter company, Elkhart and South Bend

A question of fairness is brewing between an electric scooter company and the cities of South Bend and Elkhart. While the City of South Bend receives $10,000 annually for expenses related to Bird’s electric scooters, the deal with the City of Elkhart’s deal with the same company doesn’t include such compensation, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at The Elkhart Truth.
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Public’s help needed finding woman reported missing in South Bend

South Bend Police are asking for help finding a 21-year-old woman. Breau’na Dotson was last seen on Friday, Sep. 17, at her home in South Bend. She’s described as black, 5-feet-6-inches tall and 190 pounds. She has brown eyes and long light brown hair. Anybody with information on her whereabouts...
SOUTH BEND, IN
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Walk Of Warriors Aims To ‘Stop The Silence’

WARSAW — A recent event in Warsaw aimed to “stop the silence” regarding abuse. The Walk of Warriors was on Saturday, Sept. 25. Attendees heard several speakers at Central Park share personal stories before taking a short walk in downtown Warsaw. Walkers carried signs advocating support for survivors of abuse and paused several times to let those riding in passing cars view their signs.
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4 observations after rewatching the Badgers loss against Notre Dame

CHICAGO — Attributing blame for the University of Wisconsin football team's blowout loss to Notre Dame on Saturday is difficult because there's a bevy of options from which to choose. The top culprits are five offensive turnovers, poor special teams plays, including UW's first allowed kick return touchdown in 10...
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Oktoberfest At The Village At Winona

A nice fall day Saturday provided an opportunity for people to enjoy Oktoberfest at The Village at Winona. The day-long event included a variety of German-themed activities, kids activities sponsored by Spoonful of Imagination and shopping. A car show featuring just Porsches was along Canal Street from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oktoberfest also kicked off the scarecrow contest, created by Village shops and restaurants, which runs through Oct. 16. Village at Winona guests get their first ticket for free and additional tickets can be purchased for $1. All proceeds go to the Miller Sunset Pavilion. The winning scarecrow will be announced after Oct. 16. The Mucky Duck’s scarecrow is a giant Mr./Mrs. Potato Head that kids (and adults) enjoyed at Oktoberfest Saturday. The hat, ears, eyes, nose and mouth all can be switched out. The Mucky Duck is at 901 E. Canal St., Winona Lake.
WINONA LAKE, IN
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Plymouth BPWS, City Council to Meet Tonight

The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety members will discuss a no parking sign request when they meet tonight. The board members tabled it during their last meeting in order to gather more information on the situation. Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt previously indicated that the Hatfields on Alexander Street are complaining about people blocking the entrance to the driveway on their property, but he previously said he has not seen any issues the last few times he’s driven by the area.
PLYMOUTH, IN
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Walk Of Warriors Seeks To Bring Abuse To Light

During the Walk of Warriors event Saturday, people were able to share their stories of abuse and walk around the old courthouse against sexual, emotional, mental and physical abuse. Organizer Stephanie Puckett said she is planning on making the event an annual one. There is a Facebook page called “We...
WARSAW, IN
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Warsaw, Wawasee Among Soccer Tourney Hosts

INDIANAPOLIS – The road to soccer glory will begin at home for a pair of soccer programs as the 2021 boys and girls soccer state tournament maps were drawn out with the official IHSAA selection shows Sunday evening. Wawasee’s boys and Warsaw’s girls both have home brackets to navigate as...
WARSAW, IN
South Bend Tribune

What's Cooking: Community meals this week

• City Chicken Dinner, 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, MR Falcons, 3212 Keller St., South Bend. Traditional Polish sides. Cost: adults, $13.50; children, $6.75. Carryout available. For advance tickets call 574-220-9805 or 574-288-1090. Club is closed on Tuesday and Thursday. • Fish Fry Buffet, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Z.B....
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