by Heather Black, WSBT 22 Indiana has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the nation. With more than 600 infant deaths in 2016, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb is pushing to spread awareness. It was a big topic in his State of the State address last month. Holcomb set a goal to "become the best state in the Midwest for infant mortality rates by 2024. "One local organization is offering parents safe sleep training to help meet that goal.
by Heather Black, WSBT 22 ReporterCommunity can submit name ideas for future Elkhart high school. // WSBT 22 photoELKHART — Finding the new identity for the future Elkhart high school.That's what a local committee started working on Thursday.The decision was made last year to join Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial.These two schools have been separate since the 1970s.
by Heather Black, WSBT 22 ReporterPhoto of Ducky when he first arrived at Heartland Small Animal Rescue // photo providedMISHAWAKA — Imagine meeting your special someone on Valentine's Day.That's the story of a Mishawaka woman who waited weeks for that special gathering.It was love at first sight.Maria and Ducky the dog had an instant connection when they met for the first time Wednesday.But this relationship wouldn't have happened without the help from others in the community.
Elkhart Community Schools will be hosting a meeting tonight at the Tolsen Center at 6:30pm. It will give the community a chance to submit their ideas for mascot, colors and name once the two high schools merge.
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