Announcements Archives


Nancy Rodes of Fairfield High School was the first place winner of the "What Lies Behind the Picket Fence" Art Contest sponsored by the Elkhart County Family Violence Council.  The exhibit took place at Spacious Heart Yoga during Goshen’s First...


Brochure for "What Lies Behind the Picket Fence?" Art Exhibit.


Application for 2010 Citizen's Academy


Entry form for "What Lies Behind the Picket Fence" art contest.


Elkhart County Child Support Division Earns Most Improved Performance Award 2nd Quarter 2010 - North East Region, Indiana Child Support BureauChild Support Collections have increased from 56.24% to 57.05% a 0.81% increase from 1st Quarter to 2nd...


Elkhart County Prosecutor Curtis T. Hill, Jr. joined the Century Council to bring "Ask, Listen, Learn:  Kids and Alcohol Don't Mix" to students at Pinewood Elementary on April 27, 2010.  The Century Council created an interactive physical fitness...


On February 25, 2010, the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney recycled a supply of 2009 Indiana Criminal Code books to Harrison College.  It is our hope that students will find these books useful in their educational process.  Jeff Dean, Director...


Congressman Donnelly Announces Funding for Two Elkhart-Area ProjectsWashington, D.C.—Today, Congressman Joe Donnelly announced that the City of Elkhart will receive $700,000 for the Prairie Street Grade Separation project and the Prosecuting...


In October 2009, Prosecutor Curtis T. Hill, Jr. attended the National College of District Attorney's Annual Conference in Denver.  Governor Bill Ritter of Colorado was the former Denver District Attorney.


The Office of the Prosecuting Attorney once again sponsored a summer fitness challgenge for staff, employees of the Elkhart County Courts Building and businesses located within our building.  33 individuals participated in this 4-week challenge....