NAPPANEE — Members of Nappanee’s First Church of God, 72036 C.R. 7, were in Sunday school classes Sunday morning when smoke started to fill the building.
With climate change more present than ever, high school students across Indiana gathered in West Lafayette to push Indiana’s lawmakers to recognize its impact and advocate for policies to improve Hoosier lives.
Initially known as Google Places for Business, Google My Business is an important tool for businesses looking to leverage location-based marketing. It is a free marketing tool from Google that enables business owners to manage the visibility of their business on search engines. GMB is best s…
GOSHEN — The city of Goshen’s Department of Environmental Resilience is teaming up with the Michiana Area Council of Governments and South Shore Clean Cities to present an Electric Vehicle Expo as part of the annual National Drive Electric Week, organizers announced Wednesday.
GOSHEN — On Wednesday, students of Goshen College spent the day in service in Elkhart and Goshen.
The IHSAA released the sectional pairings for both the boys and girls soccer postseasons Sunday night, setting the stage for what could be some memorable sectional tournaments in the area.
CHICAGO — For Wisconsin to have success offensively, they have to run effectively and possess the football at a high rate.
Here is a look at the local prep scores from Saturday, Sept. 25.
MIDDLEBURY — It was anything but a normal Northern Lakes Conference boys tennis tournament this week.
CHICAGO — Early in the fourth quarter, the momentum belonged to Wisconsin.
The director of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, has approved COVID-19 booster shots for those over 65 and for nursing home residents and those ages 50 to 64 who have risky underlying health problems, as recommended by a panel of health advisers. The director also overruled the panel of experts, who recommended not giving the booster to people age 18-64 who are health care workers or have jobs that put them at risk due to increased exposure to the virus. What do you think? Should Walensky have expanded the scope of the booster vaccine eligibility?
Host Sheila Selman chats with suicide prevention specialists Leslie Weirich and Hannah Quinn in this week's episodes. They talk about a new program they are working with that will be going into Goshen Schools next week; a 5K taking place this Saturday in honor of Austin Weirich, who died from suicide; and military suicides.
Elkhart County Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait talks with host Sheila Selman about how Elkhart County residents can slow down the Delta variant of COVID now, RSV and children's hospitals, monoclonal antibody treatment, and information on booster shots in this week's episode.
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak are joined this week by The Journal Gazette reporter Dylan Sinn for a chat about the Notre Dame season, plus he and Evan go head to head in some Notre Dame-Purdue trivia. Austin and Evan also discuss the local sports scene and name this week's Athlete of the Week,…
In this week's episode, Austin Hough and Evan Lepak discuss high school sports, Notre Dame and interview CNHI News' George Bremer, who covers the Indianapolis Colts. They also announce this week's Athlete of the Week presented by Play It Again Sports.
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ELKHART [mdash] Verna Zimmerman, 83, Elkhart, died at 4:04 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25. Visitation will be Tuesday from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at Harrison Christian School. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Yellow Creek Wisler Mennonite Church.
- POLICE NEWS: Crash kills local woman in Tennessee
- POLICE NEWS: Man alleges shots were fired at him in Goshen
- POLICE NEWS: Teen shot, injured in Goshen
- New initiatives forming at Fairfield in wake of racist video
- PREP GIRLS GOLF: Stillson breaks IHSAA record, NorthWood advances to state
- POLICE NEWS: Weekend barn fires under investigation
- The serious, mysterious faith of comedian Norm Macdonald
- Fairfield to host special board meeting Monday
- Commissioners approve road extension, tax phase-in for anonymous company
- PREP FOOTBALL: Concord jumps out early, holds on late over Mishawaka