GOSHEN — Goshen College has announced a new program to increase college access and affordability for Indiana students. The All IN program promises to cover 100 percent of tuition for new income-eligible Indiana students, beginning in the fall of 2022.
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GOSHEN — Goshen school board members approved a new redistricting plan for the school corporation during their meeting Monday evening.
GOSHEN — A Goshen home badly damaged by fire in early 2021 was ordered to be demolished during a meeting of the Goshen Board of Public Works and Safety Monday afternoon.
The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school boys' basketball poll for Jan. 25, 2022, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points, and previous rankings:
GOSHEN — A battle of two Goshen-area schools came down to physicality, and Fairfield asserted its dominance in that area on Senior Night at home.
GOSHEN — There was only one place Tom Wogomon wanted to come out of retirement to coach at.
The Goshen News would like to issue the following correction regarding Lakeland wrestler Ben Miller and how many career wins he has, in relation to the most all-time in program history. The error came in our story from the NECC wrestling tournament that was posted online Saturday night and r…
The IHSAA released the 2022 girls basketball sectional brackets Sunday evening, setting the stage for the tournament that begins on Tuesday, Feb. 1 across the state.
Although the Indiana Senate withdrew its curriculum transparency bill, House Bill 1134 is still in play. Among the wording is this: "[This bill] Requires each qualified school to post certain educational activities and curricular materials on the school's Internet web site." The Indiana State Teachers Association, which opposes the bill, said people may not know the context in which the material is being taught. Republican state Rep. Tony Cook, a former school administrator, said people need to be aware of what is being taught and parents should have the chance to vet material. Should Indiana's teachers be required to post their curriculum online?
Host Sheila Selman talks with 2009 Goshen High School grad Tell Williams IV on his one-year rise in TikTok fame and how he's using that fame to discuss tolerance, acceptance and diversity. He's also partnered with another Goshen native, James Jerlecki, on a new nail polish line.
Kyle Hufford and Eric Miller of Goshen College's FiveCore Media talk with host Patrick McGuire about their movie "Vital Passage: A Holocaust Rescue Story." The story focuses on a Goshen family, the Plauts, who were business owners. They rescued 28 Jewish refugees from Germany prior to the outbreak of World War II. For more on the movie and the Plauts go to fivecoremedia.com/vitalpassage.
It's another busy episode of the podcast as Austin Hough and Evan Lepak recap all of the milestones set by athletes and teams this week, as well as taking a look at the upcoming week of conference championship tournaments.
On this week's episode, the guys are back in the studio to recap all the action from winter break. They talk about Evan's trip to Phoenix for the Fiesta Bowl before diving into all the local sports teams and athletes who caught their attention last week.
- New Goshen pancake house open for business
- New Paris resident making run to become professional cornhole player
- PREP FOOTBALL: Wogomon hired as new Goshen head coach
- POLICE NEWS: Local police make several arrests
- Goshen school board approves redistricting plan
- NFL: N.Y. Giants name Joe Schoen of Buffalo Bills as their new GM
- Shenanigans at Goshen cemeteries lead to new rules
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- Commission gives nod of approval to downtown rezoning