Nappanee

ISP: Nappanee Man Arrested On Child Porn Charges

Aug 12, 2020
Indiana State Police

Indiana State Police have announced the arrest of a Nappanee man on child porn charges. 

Schrader Real Estate and Auction Company, Inc.

 

The bids started off quickly Wednesday night, with baselines laid down for 16 parcels of property. Then, as the parcels were combined together, the bids got slower and the prices climbed higher. 

In the end Amish Acres sold in seven parts to six bidders for a total of $4.255 million. 

The heart of the property; the restaurant, theatre, Round Barn and Amish Acres names, the liquor license and rights to the Amish Acres Arts and Crafts Festival went to the team behind the Kruse Plaza Entertainment space in Auburn for $1.55 million.

Parts Of Indiana's Amish Acres Going On Auction Block

Feb 2, 2020
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A popular tourist attraction in Nappanee that provided a glimpse into the life and history of the Amish is going on the auction block later this week.

Amish Acres To Close

Nov 15, 2019
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Amish Acres in Nappanee will close after the fireworks on New Years Eve.

Elkhart Co. demonstrates new voting equipment

Feb 28, 2019

ELKHART COUNTY - Tonight (Feb. 28) the Elkhart County Clerk's Office will hold the first of four demonstrations of new voting equipment that will be used by the county's voters in the May primaries.  The new machines provide a paper trail for votes.  The county moved $1.8 million from the landfill fund to pay for the new machines. That money will be paid back with interest over the next five years. 

Here's when/where the demonstrations will be held:

Feb. 28 at 6pm - Goshen Public Library

Mar. 4 at 6:30pm - Elkhart Public Library

Walking Tours Coming To Nappanee

Jul 11, 2018

 

Visitors and residents of Nappanee will be able to learn a little bit more about its history through a series of walking tours starting this month.

The series of four tours starts with one talking about the homes that belonged to influential people in the kitchen cabinet industry. It’s July 19th at 7 p.m starting at the Nappanee Public Library.

Other tours will cover how Nappanee became a town, the beginnings of business and buildings in the town, and about fires, demolition and revitalization.