One of the first coaches I got to meet when I first started at The Goshen News in 2018 was Tracy Walesa.
Fairfield junior Alec Hershberger was named a Class 2A All-State pitcher by the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association (IHSBCA) Sund…
The one-year anniversary of Name, Image and Likeness has brought more attention to the riches that flow through college athletics.
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WEST LAFAYETTE — After already having played 145 holes of golf across five days, it only seemed fitting that Brayden Miller’s chances at winni…
Austin Hough and Evan Lepak are joined by Goshen College's Justin DeWeese and Tony Miller to talk about the things going on with the Maple Lea…
Topics on this week's Goshen News Sports Podcast include: -Talking about the inaugural Goshen News Sports Awards show (start-6:00) -Recapping …
LAGRANGE — The LaGrange Police Department is seeking the public's help in locating the suspect from a Monday morning armed robbery.
ELKHART — The Elkhart County Sheriff's Office has closed a report involving a missing 2-year-old who resides in the 30000 block of C. R. 30.
GOSHEN — A crash Monday left a 45-year old man dead in Goshen.
For the past two years, families haven’t had to worry about their child going through the school day hungry.
Local briefs include:Library programs set for JulyHusband, wife pulled from Lake MichiganTown council to host sessionIndiana lowers blood lead level
This Week's Circulars
Elkhart County Historical Museum Curator of Education Patrick McGuire talks with Lloyd Miller, the president of the Elkhart county Historical Society.
Host Patrick McGuire, curator of education at the Elkhart County Historical Museum, is joined by Paige Renshaw to discuss the exhibit she cura…
WEST LAFAYETTE — After already having played 145 holes of golf across five days, it only see…
Qualification to pitch horseshoe at the 2022 Elkhart County Fair will be Sat., July 9 from 8…
One of the hallmarks of July 4 celebrations, when we mark our nation’s independence, is fireworks. According to history.com, “The tradition of setting off fireworks on the 4th of July began in Philadelphia on July 4, 1777, during the first organized celebration of Independence Day.” Do you watch a community fireworks show or do you purchase and set off your own fireworks?
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