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Goshen College freshman Sadie Gustafson-Zook, Goshen, plays a song during First Friday Live & Local. Live music was featured at several downtown businesses during the event.
'Live & Local' events get warm welcome as weather relents
GOSHEN — Frankie Copeland sat a table drinking a cup of coffee, enjoying the music and fellowship with her friend, Esther Deal.
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WESTVIEW'S JORDYN BONTRAGER drives to the basket against LaVille's Isaac Eash during a Class 2A Westview Sectional semifinal contest Friday night. Trailing the play for Westview is Jamar Weaver.
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL: Warriors hold off Lancers, advance to finals
EMMA -- Last season, LaVille eliminated Westview in the championship game of the Class 2A Westview Sectional. For nearly a year, the Warriors have been waiting to pay the Lancers back for that disappointing loss. The bill came due Friday night as the
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Three things to shout about
Every once in a while you just have to tip your cap to the accomplishments of others. Below are three such instances, in the form of "shout outs" to people featured in Friday's edition of The Goshen News. SHOUT OUT TO LaGrange County 911 Center Direc
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Elkhart River offers a peaceful paddle for the willing
The Elkhart River is an underutilized natural resource.
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- Elkhart River offers a peaceful paddle for the willing
Most deadly fraternity scraps initiation for new members
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest U.S. fraternities and the deadliest, said Friday it will ban the initiation of recruits, citing the toll that hazing has taken on its newest members.
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