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The past is right where it belongs
Summer provides a unique brand of recollection for me.
Soda machines bring back memories
Writer recalls pop dispensers from decades past
BLOG: Sheila's summer reading list
Looking for a few good reads this summer? Check out TGN journalist Sheila Selman's to-read list.
TGN BLOG: Growing up during simpler times
As time trickles away I am increasingly grateful that I grew up in Goshen. I didn’t always appreciate, or even recognize, how fortunate I was as a child and adolescent. Sometimes I just wanted to get as far away from Goshen as possible. Other times I just wanted to be home again.
BLOG: Internet vetting has long way to go
“I saw something on the Internet…”
I now dread these words whenever I have a conversation with my mom. Whether it’s informing her that the speech she saw wasn’t by Bill Cosby or calming her nerves about letting the dogs have ice, Facebook and the Internet have become the bane of my existence.
Paper pushers headed for extinction
Paper is headed for the dustheap of history
BLOG: If you want something, ask for it
One Sunday I was sitting at Grace Community Church, when my pastor, Jim Brown, made one of those life-changing points: If you want something from God, ask for it — and when you’re praying, pray audaciously.
Journalism: There's no time like the present
As I sit down to write this blog, it’s hard for me to believe I’ve been in the journalism business for nearly 25 years. The word “blog” didn’t even exist when I got my start covering school board meetings and barn raisings for the Shipshewana Times-Sentinel just a few weeks after graduating from Goshen High School.
This love has me feeling blue (and gold)
Goshen News Night Editor Daniel Riordan has a hard time reconciling his love for Notre Dame and the stupid stuff it does.
A walk through the past
There's a reason older items became antiques
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