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PIONEER DRAMA TROUPE members rehearse a scene from "Emma" earlier this week in New Paris. From left are Jacquelyn Kemper (Harriet), Alex Clark (Mr. Weston) and Alexis Goeghlein (Emma).
Pioneer Drama Troupe to perform 'Emma'
Emma has a gift for getting people together — or so she thinks. Pride and matchmaking gone awry are key to Jane Austen’s “Emma,” which will be brought to theatrical life this weekend by the Pioneer Drama Troupe.
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- Pioneer Drama Troupe to perform 'Emma'
PODCAST: TGN Sports Roundtable, Ep. 27
TGN Sports Editor David Vantress and Sport Reporter Greg Keim give kudos to the four local runners who competed in the 2014 Boston Marathon and look ahead to a busy week in Michiana prep sports.
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- PODCAST: TGN Sports Roundtable, Ep. 27
OUR VIEW: Hard work gets Hawks project off the ground
The Goshen millrace corridor is continuing to evolve for the better and we expect a renovated Hawks Building will become a wonderful asset for that neighborhood and the city as a whole. On Monday, social services agency LaCasa and its partners, which
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Finding the best in the ‘worst’
Each year a "Worst Jobs" list comes out. Goshen News night editor Daniel Riordan takes issues with newpaper reporter's place on that list.
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Affirmative action ruling challenges colleges seeking diversity
The U.S. Supreme Court's support of Michigan's ban on race-based affirmative action in university admissions may spur colleges to find new ways to achieve diversity without using racial preferences.
April 23, 2014
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