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The Mishawaka suits came as critical pandemic relief measures began to expire around the country.
School City of Mishawaka, the public school district her three children attend, had filed a lawsuit against her.
Alex Newman, chief financial officer of School City of Mishawaka, said the district debated whether to pursue unpaid fees over the summer.
After pausing lawsuits against parents in March, Goshen Community Schools, which serves about 6,600 students and lies about 20 miles southeast of Mishawaka, resumed lawsuits in November.
Melissa Madou, of Mishawaka, whose two daughters attend school in the district, says she was sued in July for $240 worth of chocolate bars that she was supposed to help her daughter, then in eighth grade, sell.
His eighteen-dollar house at Mishawaka had transformed itself into one worth a thousand, fully paid for.
There was a good log schoolhouse at Mishawaka, kept by a worthy man by the name of Merrifield, who knew how to use the birch.
Now, in Mishawaka there were some very fine folks—the family of Joseph Doty, for instance.
Mishawaka was a thriving little city, made so largely by the fact that iron-ore—bog-iron—was being found thereabouts.