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WHO WE ARE: Major transportation changes just around the corner
A rerouted and raised U.S. 33, a quiet zone and a Waterford Mills Parkway bridge over the Marion Line will change the way motorists travel through and around the city in a few years. And those may not be the last three projects to separate cars from trains.
WHO WE ARE: Projects point Goshen back to the future
One recent morning, Brad Hunsberger took a walk through part of Goshen’s past. He was talking about the future.
WHO WE ARE: Goshen Mayor Allan Kauffman ready to pass the torch
After nearly 20 years as leader of the Maple City, Goshen Mayor Allan Kauffman is ready to pass the torch.
WHO WE ARE: Shrinking funds create challenges for high school athletic programs
High school sports have been an undeniable part of the fabric of this community.
While that fabric remains untorn, it’s often stretched to the very limit by the challenges it faces today.
Front and center among those challenges is keeping extracurricular activities — especially interscholastic athletics — up and running.
WHO WE ARE: Nappanee Mayor Larry Thompson reflects on city’s past, ponders future
Mayor Larry Thompson announced in his state of the city address in January that he would not seek a sixth term. When asked what went into that decision, he cited several factors.
WHO WE ARE: ‘Quality of place’ key in Goshen
Like a fine wine, quality of life in Goshen will only continue to improve with age.
That’s the prediction of longtime Goshen Mayor Allan Kauffman, who for nearly 20 years has championed the importance of what he calls “quality of place” in the potential growth and improvement of cities such as Goshen.
WHO WE ARE: It’s showtime for The Goshen Theater
Goshen’s quaint and lively downtown has one prominent void at 216 S. Main St. The Goshen Theater, a majestic but worn 750-seat auditorium sits vacant amid the renewed bustle of the city’s main drag.
- WHO WE ARE: Major transportation changes just around the corner